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“Crowning of the Serbian Emperor Dušan Almighty, the mid.

barjak; The krstaš-barjak (Serbian: крсташ-барјак; from krst, "cross", barjak, "flag, banner") refers to various war flags with crosses in the centre, part of Serb tradition,

barjak; The krstaš-barjak (Serbian: крсташ-барјак; from krst, "cross", barjak, "flag, banner") refers to various war flags with crosses in the centre, part of Serb tradition,

A young Serbian couple is elegantly dressed in elaborate costume. Sarajevo, Bosnia

Serbian peasant dresses from the Sarajevo region (Bosnia-Hercegovina).

The overall winning image shows British soldiers climbing on board an aircraft at the end of a joint mission with the Afghan army and was taken by Sergeant Mark Nesbit, 40, from Leeds, who is based in Germany

Shooting stars: Stirring collection of award-winning Army photos shows Britain's servicemen at war and relaxing on the front line

The overall winning image in the Army Photographic Competition 2012 shows British soldiers climbing on board an aircraft at the end of a joint mission with the Afghan army. The photo was taken by Sgt Mark Nesbit RLC.

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The WWII concentration camp in Sisak consisted mostly of children. They took children away from their parents and attempted to re-educate them. Instead, many were beaten, died of disease, and starved to death. Red Cross employees teamed up with some local Yugoslavs and tried to smuggle out as many as children as they could, saving their lives.

was the largest extermination camp in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH) and occupied Yugoslavia during World War II. The camp was established by the Ust.

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#Serbia On #Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, a group of boys dressed in variegated costumes goes from house to house of their village carrying a vertep – a litter that represents the manger in which newborn Jesus Christ was placed. In front of every house they sing Christmas songs, and recite poems that praise the birth of Christ.

#Serbia On #Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, a group of boys dressed in variegated costumes goes from house to house of their village carrying a vertep – a litter that represents the manger in which newborn Jesus Christ was placed. In front of every house they sing Christmas songs, and recite poems that praise the birth of Christ.

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