Although Bosnia boasts a number of popular newspapers and periodicals, none can match the proud history of "Oslobodjenje," which is translated as "Liberation." The name is derived from the newspaper's founding, which occurred in 1943 during World War II. The newspaper served in opposition to Nazism and the German invasion. The newspaper did not escape the war without harm. A fifth of the staff was killed, and the original headquarters were destroyed. The organization then moved to a bomb shelter, where newspapers were printed throughout the war. Even today, "Oslobodjenje" continues to promote the ideals of liberty and justice for all people.