Small Man and Great History

Author: Marko Simendić (1985), 3rd grade Philological high school, Belgrade

Abstract: Despite his hard childhood, general Živko G. Pavlović became one of the most important Serbian armmy officers at the turn of the 20th century. However, apart from military and scholarly successes, his carierre was marked by conflicts with the Serbian political leaders and Živojin Mišić. This resulted in his sudden retirement. For that reason his knowledge and his experience weren’t utilized in the right way, and he was not given credit for his merits.

O zaboravljenom djeneralu.pdf535.29 KB

Author: Marko Konjović (1988), 3rd grade Jovan Jovanović Zmaj high school, Novi Sad

Abstract: On the basis of the testimony of Professor Dr Suzana Petrović and the documents from the Archives of the Vojvodina the author tries to describe the situation of the Jews in Novi Sad and the conditions they were forced to live under in Austria during the WWII.

Polozaj jevrejskog stanovnistva.pdf289.8 KB

Author: Milica Bosanac (1987), 3rd grade III Belgrade high school, Belgrade

Abstract: This is a story about Spasa Gogić who was 12 years old as the war broke out. Although only a boy, he took part in the battle on the Sutjeska and in liberation of Zagreb. He passed the whole territory of the former Yugoslavia with his unit, and joined the entourage of high military and political officials after the end of the war. The paper deals also with the way of life in the unit, relation to the enemy, comrades and the wounded.

Decastvo u ratnom vihoru.pdf562.74 KB

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