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  1. Hydroplane Šimika, made by Ikarus. Picture taken in Kumbor, probably in 1925.
  2. Factory Ikarus in Novi Sad. Pilot, 1930. Novi Sad. Click to choose files
  3. Olive Kelso King is the only Australian who was in active service of the Serbian army in the First World War. Olive found herself in England just as the First World War started. In early 1915, she decided to join the Allied Polish medical service, and then moved to Scotland women's hospital. In mid-May 1916, showed her ability to be in the Serbian army driver. The new service, Olive was driving an ambulance with license plate number 3. It was in the unit Col. Romana Sondermajer, Chief of Serbian Medical Corps in Salonika front. Dedicated and courageous, extremely heroism shown during the great
  4. You are welcome. Nema na cemu i drugi put. Some more...
  5. Belgrade operations (or Belgrade offensive) represents one of the largest and most important battles in the Balkans during World War II. The operation lasted from 12 to 20 October 1944 and was a part of a comprehensive operational plan of the Third Ukrainian Front of the Red Army and the Liberation Army of Yugoslavia, building without interruption to operations in eastern Serbia and continuing prosecution of enemies through Srem. Combined units NOVJ and the Red Army has caused in Germany this operation the army group "Serbia" heavy defeat, liberated Belgrade, the Yugoslav capital, and a larg
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