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Srpski avioni na aerodromu Vertekop na Solunskom frontu

Srpski avioni na aerodromu Vertekop na Solunskom frontu

24 Fascinating Photos of Amazing People Throughout History                                                                                                                                                     More

24 Fascinating Photos of Amazing People Throughout History

A beautiful Yugoslavian partisan fighter in WWII. Beautiful and badass.

The style of architecture, known as Socialist Modernism or Brutalism, was popular in Serbia in the 1970s.

Photos: These 1970s brutalist buildings in Serbia look like Star Wars spaceships

Commercial photographer Mirko Nahmijas has been taking photos of the century Brutalist architecture in Belgrade, Serbia. And these buildings look like long-abandoned crashed spaceships or relics from a forgotten future.

Together (Pressure Trucks & Semi Vacuum Trucks) are used for cleaning sand…

Photography: sci-fi & dark fantasy – cosmic artefacts cthulhu mythos relics and architecture from an alien culture

During the and the then Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito, commissioned several memorial sites and monuments called ‘Spomeniks’ dedicated to World War II battles, and concentration camp sites.

Momcilo Gavric - youngest soldier in the First World War

1915 : Photograph of 9 year old Corporal Momcilo Gavrić and another Serbian soldier.

The shocking, black-and-white photograph, taken on the edge of a Serbian village just days after it was invaded by the massed forces of the Austro-Hungarian army in the late summer of 1914, is not the only one of its kind. In this one, a line of Serbian men in civilian clothes are attached to posts: possibly dead already, possibly awaiting execution by firing squad.

A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Austro-Hungarian army executes civilians in Serbia

Austro-Hungarian soldiers executing Serb civilians during World War I as a result of the growing ethnic tensions, 1915

Starija žena sa muškim i zenskim detetom u narodnoj nošnji snimljeni posle Prvog cvetskog rata, Lukovo, okolina Vranja, Srbija ~ Eldery woman with a boy and girl in ethnic dress, photographed after World War I, Lukovo, vicinity of Vranje, Serbia #narodnenosnje #vranjskogpolje #lukovo #okolinevranje #juznasrbija

vicinity of Vranje , southern

These Are The Most Powerful Photographs Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis In 2015 #Syria #Refugees #Migrants

These Are The Most Powerful Photographs Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis In 2015

With the Syrian conflict showing no sign of ending, we look back on the risky journeys men and women fleeing the country have taken this year.

"In this photograph from August 1, 1914 (when Austria had already declared war on Serbia, and Germany was just declaring war on Russia in response to the Russian mobilization), a crowd of Berliners hold up a portrait of Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I (1830-1916), thereby demonstrating support for their Habsburg ally. By August 4, 1914, France and Britain were also involved in what became the first of the century’s two global wars." SMG

World War I, / Berlin. The outbreak of war and mobilisation of troops on 1 August Jubilant crowds with the picture of Kaiser Franz Joseph on Pariser Platz.

Migrants crawl under a barbed-wire fence at the Hungarian-Serbian border near Roszke, Hungary. As Europe struggles with its worst migrant crisis since World War II, Hungary has become, like Italy and Greece, a "frontline" state. So far this year, police say about 141,500 migrants have been intercepted crossing into Hungary, mostly from neighboring Serbia. PHOTOGRAPH BY: ATTILA KISBENEDEK / AFP/GETTY IMAGES

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Migrants crawl under a barbed fence at the Hungarian-Serbian border near Roszke, Hungary. As Europe struggles with its worst migrant crisis since World War II, Hungary has become, like Italy and Greece, a "frontline" state.

The assasination of this man, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, led to the outbreak of World War I one month later.

The assasination of this man in Serbia, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, led to the outbreak of World War I one month later.

Pancevo, Serbia, A German officer confirming the death of Jewish hostages who have just been shot, by shooting them again.

Execution of hostages in Pancevo, Serbia by the Waffen-SS, 22 April 1941 (b/w photo) Same action was made US troops in

Bosnian Genocide ] A Serbian paramilitary soldier from Arkan's Tigers shoots Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) civilians in the street of Bijeljina on 31 March 1992, the first day of the Bosnian war. Photographer: Ron Haviv (Genocid u Bosni, Genocid nad Bosnjacima)

Bosnian Genocide ] A Serbian paramilitary soldier from Arkan's Tigers shoots Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) civilians in the street of Bijeljina on 31 March the first day of the Bosnian war. Photographer: Ron Haviv (Genocid u Bosni, Genocid nad Bosnjacima)

- 1915 - The Fight in Serbia German cavalry is transported via the Danube River for the invasion of Serbia by a combined force of Germans, Austrians and Bulgarians in October

Yorkshire-born Sergeant Major Flora Sandes recovering from wounds obtained at the front while fighting in the 2nd Regiment for Serbia - image Kralj Aleksandar. WWI ~

- Serbian army - Yorkshire-born Sergeant Major Flora Sandes recovering from wounds obtained at the front while fighting in the Regiment for Serbia - image Kralj Aleksandar.

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