Commissioner Government

Commissioner Government.
The Commissioner Government was a short-lived Serbian collaborationist puppet government established in the German-occupied territory of Serbia during World War II from 30 April to 29 August 1941. It was headed by Milan Aćimović (pictured) and was pro-German, anti-Semitic and anti-communist. The Aćimović government was merely an instrument of the German occupation regime, carrying out its orders within the occupied territory without appearing to moderate its policies. The government actively assisted the Germans in exploiting the population and the economy, and its members regarded their own participation in the Holocaust as "unpleasant but unavoidable". By mid-July, the Germans had decided that the Aćimović regime was incompetent, and the Commissioner Government resigned at the end of August. It was succeeded by the Government of National Salvation, in which Aćimović initially retained the interior portfolio.


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18 अप्रैल से चंगेरा (जावद चौराहा) स्थित नई मंडी में भी शुरू होगा कारोबार, व्यापारियों व मंडी बोर्ड ने लिया बड़ा निर्णय, अब पुरानी मंडी में नहीं होगी गेहूं की नीलामी