ON THIS DAY: 22. October 1912. - The Third Serbian Army with General Božidar Boža Janković heavily defeated Turkish forces and liberated Pristina and Kosovo and Metohija, known as The Old Serbia. In Gazimestan*, by Milan Rakich 1912. Mighty knights in armour, fearless and proud, Stern - looking, fierce and cold as your armour, … Continue reading In Gazimestan, Milan Rakich
Today is September 11th The world mourns victims from The World trade centre and Pentagon. And I would like to ask you for moment of silence for all those who have been harassed, imprisoned, disappeared, tortured, raped, killed in retaliation for those strikes, In Serbian Kosovo, Srpska and Krajina. For them who, by the will … Continue reading As for September 11
This is an older article I wrote for TMJ blog 2013. Belgrade – Ali Ahmed Al Hammad, former Al Qaeda member and commander of ruthless ‘El Mujaheddin’ unit sent a letter to Serbian Government, requires extradition to Serbia. After talks with DuskoTomic (Al Hammad’s lawyer), the Prosecution is of the opinion that testifying by … Continue reading Ali Hammad, former Al Qaeda terrorist in Bosnia: We were torturing Serbs in concentration camps, hammered them alive, drove rusty nails through their genitals
On September 3, 1806. Serbian patriots have defeated the Ottoman forces in the battle of Deligrad. The Ottoman Sultan, Selim III sent a huge Turkish force to quell the first Serbian uprising. The Serbian high command decided to meet the Turkish force under Ibrahim Pasha at Deligrad. The Serbian right wing numbered 6,000 men under … Continue reading The Battle of Deligrad
September 6, 1944. On this day Western Air Forces savagely bombed Serbian the city of Leskovac. September 6th is birthday of Serbian King Peter II and British, American and French ,,allies" targeted schools, maternity wards, hospitals, libraries, residential buildings, justifying the "errors" in high altitude from which the bombs were dropped. However, the fact is … Continue reading September 6, 1944 – Allied destruction of Lekovac
WW I, Serbian family massacred at Krivaia ' This photograph is extracted with due acknowledgment from the Report upon Austro-Huiigarian Atrocities, by a neutral investigator, R. A. Reiss, D.Sc, Professor at the University of Lausanne.' source: Serbian cup of sorrow, The University library of Los Angeles, 1916.