О Б А В Е Ш Т Е Њ Е Дискусије су закључане и архивиране, због застарелог софтвера. Садржај је доступан за читање, а позивамо Вас да се прикључите новом форуму ''Погледа'', кликом на линк ФОРУМ у врху ове странице
This postcard collection, called
The Five Years War - The Serbs in 1912-1916
by Sampson Tchernoff
is a work of art. The story these images tell is one of
endurance, perseverance and survival,
and there is beauty and grace even in war.
Anyone of Serbian heritage today can be very proud
of the stock from which they came.
What these Serbians had in them in the years
1912 thru 1916,
a period of time during which they were engaged in the
two Balkan Wars and the First World War,
These Serbs - the leaders, the soldiers and the civilians,
exemplify what the human spirit
is capable of in the most difficult of circumstances.
Aleksandra Rebic _________________ Живелo УЈЕДИЊЕНО СРПСКО КРАЉЕВСТВО
Serbia's Agony Painted by Artist Now Here; Work of Sampson Tchernoff Gives Vivid Idea of Sufferings of the Whole Nation, from King to Humblest Peasant
Mar 17, 1918, Sunday
Section: The New York Times Magazine, Page 85, 2849 words
NICHOLAS PASHITCH, the famous Prime Minister of devastated Serbia, has sent a second message to the United States by which he hopes to enlist its sympathy and possibly the aid of American soldiers for the offensive that may one day ... [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ] _________________ Живелo УЈЕДИЊЕНО СРПСКО КРАЉЕВСТВО
Sgt. Mihajlo Petrovic
Serbia's Number One Pilot
Mihajlo Petrovic was the first trained Serbian airplane pilot. He completed his training and exams at the famous Farman pilot school in France and was awarded the international
FAI license no.979 in June 1912.
His Serbian pilot's license carries the number 1. _________________ Живелo УЈЕДИЊЕНО СРПСКО КРАЉЕВСТВО
THESSALONICA: DORDJE MIHAJLOVICH, EIGHTY YEAR OLD KEEPING THE SERBIAN SOLDIERS CEMETARY ZEJTINLIK
Guardian of the Secret Tombs
It used to be suburb, today it is in the city center district. There, on approximately 10,000 acres, eternal peace was found for the earthly remains of the 7,565 Serbian soldiers fallen on Thessalonica front line, in the hallway of Motherland. The order upon which this cemetery was established was signed personally by King Alexander in 1926. All of the construction materials, up to the last stone, came from Serbia. Rock for the mausoleum and the crosses was carved in stone pit Momin kamen, near village Dzep in Grdelica Gorge, granite for mausoleum interior came from Kadina Luka, near town of Ljig, and cement from city of Beocin. Cypresses were brought from the Holy Mountain, from Chilandar Monastery seed-plot
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