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Serbia Collection

Background imageSerbia Collection: Serbia - Belgrade - Terazije Square

Serbia - Belgrade - Terazije Square - The central square of the Serbian capital. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSerbia Collection: Map of the Dacian Empire and Roman provinces

Map of the Dacian Empire and Roman provinces. Date: 1801

Background imageSerbia Collection: Serbian infantry, Battle of Drina, Serbia, WW1

Serbian infantry, Battle of Drina, Serbia, WW1
Serbian infantry during the Battle of Drina, against the Austro-Hungarian enemy, First World War. Date: September-October 1914

Background imageSerbia Collection: Wwi / Serbian Army / 1914

Wwi / Serbian Army / 1914
The Serbian army, to much acclaim, leave to defend their country against Austrian forces. Austria had declared war on Serbia on 28 July

Background imageSerbia Collection: Belgrade - Serbia - Hotel Moscow

Belgrade - Serbia - Hotel Moscow and the Rossia Insurance Company building. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSerbia Collection: Novi Sad - Serbia

Novi Sad - Serbia - the second biggest city in Serbia

Background imageSerbia Collection: First Balkan War (1912 - 1913) - Hand-to-hand combat

First Balkan War (1912 - 1913) - Hand-to-hand combat
Hand-to-hand combat during the First Balkan War as Greek troops overun a Turkish gun battery. The war lasted from October 1912 to May 1913, pitted the Balkan League (Serbia, Montenegro, Greece)

Background imageSerbia Collection: Knin, Croatia

Knin, Croatia, on the border with Serbia. Knin rose to prominence twice in history, as a one-time capital of both the Kingdom of Croatia and briefly of the unrecognized

Background imageSerbia Collection: Peter I King of Serbia / Stamp

Peter I King of Serbia / Stamp
PETER I, KING OF SERBIA (1903 - 1921) and subsequently proclaimed King of the Serbs, Croats & Slovenes (1918 - 1921)

Background imageSerbia Collection: Serbia - Belgrade - Prince Michael Street

Serbia - Belgrade - Prince Michael Street Date: circa 1902

Background imageSerbia Collection: Mrs Stobart and Serbian orderlies in retreat, WW1

Mrs Stobart and Serbian orderlies in retreat, WW1
Commandant Mrs St Clair Stobart (Mabel Anne Stobart Greenhalgh, 1862-1954) and Serbian orderlies on horseback as she led the column in the retreat, en route for Petch (Pec)

Background imageSerbia Collection: Belgrade, Serbia

Belgrade, Serbia - street scene Date: circa 1930s

Background imageSerbia Collection: Dr. Elsie Inglis Scottish Womens Hospitals

Dr. Elsie Inglis Scottish Womens Hospitals
Dr. Inglis whose Scottish Womens Hospitals unit arrived in Serbia in January 1915. They were based at Kraguievatz

Background imageSerbia Collection: Angel on the front of the Orthodox Church Saborna Crkva

Angel on the front of the Orthodox Church Saborna Crkva. Belgrade. Republic of Serbia

Background imageSerbia Collection: Serb in Bosnia Herzegovina

Serb in Bosnia Herzegovina
Serb man in Bosnia Herzegovina in traditional ceremonial costume

Background imageSerbia Collection: Subotica, Serbia - early souvenir postcard

Subotica, Serbia - early souvenir postcard
Subotica (Szabadka) in northern Serbia, in the Province of Vojvodina. Various landmarks including the Catholic Cathedral of St. Theresa of Avila. Date: 1898

Background imageSerbia Collection: Serbian Shepherds

Serbian Shepherds
RAINMAKING, SERBIA In times of drought, young Dodoles go from village to village in costumes garnished with foliage, dancing while the peasants water the ground

Background imageSerbia Collection: Flags of the Victorious Allies of WW1

Flags of the Victorious Allies of WW1
Patriotic postcard depicting the flags of the Victorious Allies of WW1 - United we stand'. Date: circa 1919

Background imageSerbia Collection: In Honour Bound - Patriotic postcard - WW1

In Honour Bound - Patriotic postcard - WW1
In Honour Bound - Patriotic postcard depicting the flags of the Victorious Allies of WW1. Date: circa 1918

Background imageSerbia Collection: The Serbo-Bulgarian War Winds Down

The Serbo-Bulgarian War Winds Down
Scenes from the ending of the Serbo-Bulgarian War. Serbian families and soldiers read from a list of casualties in Belgrade, and Count Khievenhuller, Austrian diplomatic resident at Belgrade

Background imageSerbia Collection: Battle of Pirot ends, Serbo-Bulgarian War

Battle of Pirot ends, Serbo-Bulgarian War
Serbian soldiers take a last stand at the Battle of Pirot, 26th-27th November 1885, during the Serbo-Bulgarian War. The battle ended with a Bulgarian victory, consolidating their victory in the war

Background imageSerbia Collection: War Preparations, Serbo-Bulgarian War

War Preparations, Serbo-Bulgarian War
A battery (cannon) dragged by horses is placed by the Bulgarians on the heights of Pregladista, above Tsaribrod, in preparation for the Battle of Tsaribrod, November 25th 1885

Background imageSerbia Collection: Battle of Pirot, Serbo-Bulgarian War

Battle of Pirot, Serbo-Bulgarian War
The Battle of Pirot, 26th-27th November 1885, during the Serbo-Bulgarian War. The battle ended with a Bulgarian victory, consolidating their victory in the war

Background imageSerbia Collection: Cavalry Manoeuvres, Serbo-Bulgarian War

Cavalry Manoeuvres, Serbo-Bulgarian War
Bulgarian forces perform cavalry manoeuvres before Prince Alexander at Mala Tirnova. We see a line of horses lying down with soldiers taking cover behind them, pointing their guns outward

Background imageSerbia Collection: Summoning reserves, Bulgaria, Serbo-Bulgarian War

Summoning reserves, Bulgaria, Serbo-Bulgarian War
Army reserves are recruited in a small Bulgarian town for the defence of Sofia in the Serbo-Bulgarian war. We see an officer blowing a horn, and soldiers marching away from their rural town

Background imageSerbia Collection: Battle of Tsaribrod, Serbo-Bulgarian War

Battle of Tsaribrod, Serbo-Bulgarian War
The battle of Tsaribod, November 23, 1885, Serbo-Bulgarian War. We see a caravan of soldiers headed to the frontlines, with officers at the rear

Background imageSerbia Collection: Bulgarian HQ, Dragoman Pass

Bulgarian HQ, Dragoman Pass
Bulgarian headquarters at the Dragoman Pass on the morning of November 23, 1885. The Bulgarians had recaptured the Pass the previous day

Background imageSerbia Collection: Dragoman Pass re-captured, Serbo-Bulgarian War

Dragoman Pass re-captured, Serbo-Bulgarian War
The Dragoman Pass, recaptured by the Bulgarians from the Serbians, November 22nd 1885. we see bodies lying partially covered, and a horse bolting

Background imageSerbia Collection: Serbian Encampment, Serbo-Bulgarian War

Serbian Encampment, Serbo-Bulgarian War
Images of the Serbian encampment at Nisch during the Serbo-Bulgarian War of 1885. The war lasted two weeks from 14th - 28th November

Background imageSerbia Collection: Bulgarian Outpost, Serbo-Bulgarian War

Bulgarian Outpost, Serbo-Bulgarian War
5 soldiers sit in a circle eating and drinking at a Bulgarian outpost near Hermanli, Eastern Rumelia, in the Serbo-Bulgarian War

Background imageSerbia Collection: Pavilion of Serbia, Paris Exhibition of 1889

Pavilion of Serbia, Paris Exhibition of 1889
Pavilion of Serbia, Universal Exhibition of Paris, 1889 Date: 1889

Background imageSerbia Collection: Peter I of Serbia riding horseback from his coronation at St

Peter I of Serbia riding horseback from his coronation at St. Michael's Cathedral in Belgrade, to the Palace. Wearing his crown and robes and bearing his sceptre. Date: 21st September 1904

Background imageSerbia Collection: Coronation service of King Peter of Serbia in St. Michael's Cathedral in Belgrade

Coronation service of King Peter of Serbia in St. Michael's Cathedral in Belgrade. Date: 21st September 1904

Background imageSerbia Collection: Peter I of Serbia (1844 - 1921), last king of Serbia, reigning from 15 June 1903 to 1 December

Peter I of Serbia (1844 - 1921), last king of Serbia, reigning from 15 June 1903 to 1 December 1918. Date: 1904

Background imageSerbia Collection: MIHAILO ASSASSINATED

MIHAILO ASSASSINATED
Prince Mihailo (Michael) Obrenovich III, previously deposed but reinstated, is assassinated (why and by whom still unknown) : he lies in state at Belgrade. 10 June 1868

Background imageSerbia Collection: Austria sees no reason to give Serbia a helping hand Date: 1909

Austria sees no reason to give Serbia a helping hand Date: 1909

Background imageSerbia Collection: BULGARIAN ATROCITIES

BULGARIAN ATROCITIES
SERBIA Serbians, re-entering towns and villages abandoned by the retreating Bulgarians, find evidence of destruction, massacre & other atrocities Date: July 1913

Background imageSerbia Collection: Serbia & Montenegro. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork

Serbia & Montenegro. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageSerbia Collection: Military Manoeuvres on a Dining Table

Military Manoeuvres on a Dining Table: The Man as expert as the Officer. Playing Bellum on a War Game Night at the Headquarters of the 25th Battalion County of London (Cyclist) Regiment

Background imageSerbia Collection: Princess Karageorgevitch at the Villa Fiorentiana, Cannes

Princess Karageorgevitch at the Villa Fiorentiana, Cannes
Princess Karageorgevitch of Serbia in the grounds of her beautiful Riviera home, the Villa Fiorentina, at Cannes. Considered one of the most impressive villas in the area

Background imageSerbia Collection: Calendar, December 1915, WW1

Calendar, December 1915, WW1
Calendar, December 1915 -- Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia (later Alexander I of Yugoslavia), First World War. By Hermann-Paul. 1915-1916

Background imageSerbia Collection: Good Luck Serbia

Good Luck Serbia! - Patriotic children. Female artists contribution to the First World War effort. Artist: Flora White Date: 1915

Background imageSerbia Collection: Belgrade, Serbia - Lower city - Gate of Charles (Karl) VI - built as triumphal arch

Belgrade, Serbia - Lower city - Gate of Charles (Karl) VI - built as triumphal arch - one of very few baroque buildings in Belgrade. Date: circa 1908

Background imageSerbia Collection: Prince Albert with Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia

Prince Albert with Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia
Prince Albert (later King George VI - 1895-1952) riding in an open carriage to Buckingham Palace, London with Alexander I (1888-1934)

Background imageSerbia Collection: ALEXANDER I

ALEXANDER I (1888 - 1934), Prince of Serbia and King of Yugoslavia (1921-34)

Background imageSerbia Collection: EVENTS / BALKANS / SERBIA / 08

EVENTS / BALKANS / SERBIA / 08
Serbian women learn to shoot. Date: 1908

Background imageSerbia Collection: SOPHIA TAKES ARMS / SERBIA

SOPHIA TAKES ARMS / SERBIA
19-year old Sophia Iovanovich takes up arms against the Turks, along with her fiance (standing behind her), and fights bravely Date: November 1912

Background imageSerbia Collection: ALEXANDER / SERBIA / PRATER

ALEXANDER / SERBIA / PRATER
ALEXANDER OF SERBIA King Alexander (1889-1903) and Queen Draga, who were murdered in the palace at Belgrade on 11 June 1903 in a coup. Date: 1876 - 1903



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