November 1st 1918 – Belgrade doesn’t mark the centenary of the liberation in WW1

No parades, no one gathered in a City hall, no wrests were laid on graves of the people who gave their lives for freedom and dignity. All institutions, including the Serbian Orthodox church, remained mute. On November 1, 1918, the Serbian First Army under the command of Duke Petar Bojović liberated Belgrade, after 500 kilometres … Continue reading November 1st 1918 – Belgrade doesn’t mark the centenary of the liberation in WW1

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The Great War: Arad, Austro Hungarian Hell For 15000 Serbs

d Three years ago, on the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, the municipality of Arad in the Romanian part of the Banat decided to rearrange two cemeteries of Serbian internees who have died from 1914. to 1918. The camp in Arad fortress, where Serbs were detained by the order of … Continue reading The Great War: Arad, Austro Hungarian Hell For 15000 Serbs