Chetnik kills a Serbian peasant, a relative of whom is in Tito’s partisan detachment. Yugoslavia.
In each detachment of the Chetniks there were so-called “kolyachs” (from the Serbian verb “kolati” – to cut), that is, the executioners who eliminated Tito’s partisans and in general those suspected of sympathizing with the communists. The execution was carried out exclusively with cold weapons. Later, in 1944, the Chetniks also dealt with the captured Soviet soldiers and officers of the Red Army.