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Serbia And Montenegro Collection

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Map of the Herzegovina, Bosnia, Servia and Montenegro, 1876. Creator: Unknown

Map of the Herzegovina, Bosnia, Servia and Montenegro, 1876. Creator: Unknown
Map of the Herzegovina, Bosnia, Servia and Montenegro, 1876. Map showing the theatre of war of the Herzegovina Uprising. Reference: The names are spelt agreably to English pronunciation

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: La Serbie Douloureuse; L'exode devant l'invasion autrichienne, 1914. Creator: Unknown

La Serbie Douloureuse; L'exode devant l'invasion autrichienne, 1914. Creator: Unknown
La Serbie Douloureuse; L'exode devant l'invasion autrichienne, 1914. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919: Volume I". [L'Illustration, Paris, 1926]

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: La Serbie Douloureuse, 1914. Creator: Unknown

La Serbie Douloureuse, 1914. Creator: Unknown
La Serbie Douloureuse, 1914. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919: Volume I". [L'Illustration, Paris, 1926]

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: L'exemple du souverain; Le roi Pierre 1er observe les peripeties de la bataille, Dec 1914

L'exemple du souverain; Le roi Pierre 1er observe les peripeties de la bataille, Dec 1914
L'exemple du souverain; Le roi Pierre 1er observe d'une hauteur les peripeties de la bataille, Decembre 1914. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919: Volume I"

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: La Serbie Courageuse; Traversant le col de Goutchevo, l'armee serbe monte a l'offensive

La Serbie Courageuse; Traversant le col de Goutchevo, l'armee serbe monte a l'offensive, 1914 Creator: Unknown
La Serbie Courageuse; Traversant le col de Goutchevo, l'armee serbe monte a l'offensive: 2 decembre, 1914. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919: Volume I"

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: La Serbie Courageuse; Traversant le col de Goutchevo, l'armee serbe monte a l'offensive

La Serbie Courageuse; Traversant le col de Goutchevo, l'armee serbe monte a l'offensive, 1914 Creator: Unknown
La Serbie Courageuse; Traversant le col de Goutchevo, l'armee serbe monte a l'offensive, 1914. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919: Volume I". [L'Illustration, Paris, 1926]

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Les Vengeurs; les jeunes recrues serbes venues combler les vides de l'armee, 1914. Creator: Unknown

Les Vengeurs; les jeunes recrues serbes venues combler les vides de l'armee, 1914. Creator: Unknown
Les Vengeurs; les jeunes recrues serbes venues combler les vides de l'armee, en vue de l'offensive que vont permettre les canons et les munitions recus de France, 1914

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: La Serbie Victorieuse; Le voivode Mitchich, entrant vainqueur dans son village natal

La Serbie Victorieuse; Le voivode Mitchich, entrant vainqueur dans son village natal, 1914 Creator: Unknown
La Serbie Victorieuse; Le voivode Mitchich, entrant vainqueur dans son village natal pres de Mionitza, y retrouve son frere, un paysan, 1914

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Bombed buildings in Belgrade, Serbia, First World War, October 1915, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

Bombed buildings in Belgrade, Serbia, First World War, October 1915, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
Bombed buildings in Belgrade, Serbia, First World War, October 1915, (c1920). After the Third Austrian Bombardment: Street Scene in Belgrade

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Prince Eugene After the Victory Over the Turks at Belgrade, (1717), 1890). Creator: Unknown

Prince Eugene After the Victory Over the Turks at Belgrade, (1717), 1890). Creator: Unknown
Prince Eugene After the Victory Over the Turks at Belgrade, (1717), 1890. The Siege of Belgrade ended on August 17, 1717 with the conquest of Austrian troops under the command of Prince Eugene of

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Belgrade, (1919). Creator: Unknown

Belgrade, (1919). Creator: Unknown
Belgrade, (1919). In Servian, the name signifies " White Town". The capital of Servia [Serbia] has undergone many vicissitudes of war and had been held variously by the Greeks, Hungarians

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Liberation of Belgrade, October 1944

Liberation of Belgrade, October 1944. Jubilant Russian troops and Yugoslav partisans mingle on the streets

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Mileseva Monastery, near Prijepolje, south-west Serbia

Mileseva Monastery, near Prijepolje, south-west Serbia. Mileseva Monastery was founded by King Stephen Vladislav I of Serbia and was built between 1234 and 1236

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Rumania, Bulgaria, Serva and Montenegro, c1906, (1907)

Rumania, Bulgaria, Serva and Montenegro, c1906, (1907). From The Worlds History, Volume V, by Dr. H. F. Helmolt. [William Heinemann, London, 1907]

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Cetinje, Montenegro, c1890

Cetinje, Montenegro, c1890. An engraving from Robert Browns The Countries of the World, published by Cassell, (London & Paris, c1890)

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Belgrade, 1883. Artist: A Willmore

Belgrade, 1883. Artist: A Willmore
Belgrade, 1883. View of the city in Serbia and Montenegro, which lies at the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: The signing ceremony of the Belgrade Declaration, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 2 July 1955

The signing ceremony of the Belgrade Declaration, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 2 July 1955. The signing of the Declaration by Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito (1892-1980)

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Arrival of the Soviet delegation in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 26 May 1955

Arrival of the Soviet delegation in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 26 May 1955. Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito (1892-1980) (saluting) stands alongside Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev (1894-1971)

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: The Conqueror of the Turks, 1717, (1909)

The Conqueror of the Turks, 1717, (1909). Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736) after his victory at Belgrade in 1717. Engraving from Harmsworths History of the World, published in London in 1909

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, 1879

Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, 1879. View of the city which lies at the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers

Background imageSerbia And Montenegro Collection: View across the river Sava to the Old Town in Belgrade, 19th century

View across the river Sava to the Old Town in Belgrade, 19th century
View across the river Sava to the Old Town in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. It was built on the promontory formed when the River Sava joined the Danube


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