The 1968 Belgrade Student Revolt
In June 1968, students in Belgrade rebelled against Yugoslavia's 'market socialism'. Their protest was supported by students in other parts of Yugoslavia.
In June 1968, Belgrade University was occupied by students protesting against Yugoslavia's system of 'market socialism'. The occupation lasted seven days and was supported by students in other parts of the country. Dina Newman speaks to Sonja Licht who was one of the organisers.
(Photo: Sonja Licht with her fellow protester and later her husband, Milan Nikolic, at the site of the protests. Credit: Nikolic family archive)