Saturday, January 7, 2017

Balkan Wars 1912-13 - Photo Gallery - Part 1

Balkan Wars 1912-13 - Photo Gallery - Part 1

Escape the Turkish army after the battle of Bitola
Escape the Turkish army after the battle of Bitola (Monastir)

Postcard from the series "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War. On the postcard: Ferdinand I, King of Bulgaria (26.02.1861 - 09.10.1948) Nikola I Petrovic, King of Montenegro (19.10.1840 – 02.03.1921) Petar I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia (11.07.1844 - 16.08.1921) George I, King of Greece (12.24.1845 - 03.18.1913)
Postcard from the series "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War.
On the postcard:
Ferdinand I, King of Bulgaria (26.02.1861 - 09.10.1948)
Nikola I Petrovic, King of Montenegro (19.10.1840 – 02.03.1921)
Petar I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia (11.07.1844 - 16.08.1921)
George I, King of Greece (12.24.1845 - 03.18.1913)

Postcard from the Serbian army - Bloody battle in Bitola
Postcard from the Serbian army - Bloody battle in Bitola

First Balkan War - 1912 - Turkish prisoners
First Balkan War - 1912 - Turkish prisoners

Russian volunteers in Bitola (Serbian postcard)
Russian volunteers in Bitola (Serbian postcard)

Postcard from the series "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War. On the postcards: Ferdinand I, King of Bulgaria (26.02.1861 - 09.10.1948) Nikola I Petrovic, King of Montenegro (19.10.1840 – 02.03.1921) Petar I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia (11.07.1844 - 16.08.1921) George I, King of Greece (12.24.1845 - 03.18.1913)
Serbian Postcard from the series "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War.
On the postcard:
Ferdinand I, King of Bulgaria (26.02.1861 - 09.10.1948)
Nikola I Petrovic, King of Montenegro (19.10.1840 – 02.03.1921)
Petar I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia (11.07.1844 - 16.08.1921)
George I, King of Greece (12.24.1845 - 03.18.1913)

Postcard from the series "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War. On the postcards: Ferdinand I, King of Bulgaria (26.02.1861 - 09.10.1948) Nikola I Petrovic, King of Montenegro (19.10.1840 – 02.03.1921) Petar I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia (11.07.1844 - 16.08.1921) George I, King of Greece (12.24.1845 - 03.18.1913)
Serbian Postcard from the series "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War.
On the postcard:
Ferdinand I, King of Bulgaria (26.02.1861 - 09.10.1948)
Nikola I Petrovic, King of Montenegro (19.10.1840 – 02.03.1921)
Petar I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia (11.07.1844 - 16.08.1921)
George I, King of Greece (12.24.1845 - 03.18.1913)

Postcard from the series "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War. On the postcard: Nikola I Petrovic, King of Montenegro (19.10.1840 – 02.03.1921)
Postcard from the series "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War.
On the postcard:
Nikola I Petrovic, King of Montenegro (19.10.1840 – 02.03.1921)

Postcard from the series "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War.
On the postcard:
Ferdinand I, King of Bulgaria (26.02.1861 - 09.10.1948)

Postcard from the series "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War. On the postcard: Petar I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia (11.07.1844 - 16.08.1921) Ferdinand I, King of Bulgaria (26.02.1861 - 09.10.1948) Nikola I Petrovic, King of Montenegro (19.10.1840 – 02.03.1921) George I, King of Greece (12.24.1845 - 03.18.1913)
Postcard from the series "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War.
On the postcard:
Petar I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia (11.07.1844 - 16.08.1921)
Ferdinand I, King of Bulgaria (26.02.1861 - 09.10.1948)
Nikola I Petrovic, King of Montenegro (19.10.1840 – 02.03.1921)
George I, King of Greece (12.24.1845 - 03.18.1913)

Turkish prisoners in Skopje during the First Balkan War (Serbian postcard)
Turkish prisoners in Skopje during the First Balkan War (Serbian postcard)

Attack of the Serbian Army during the First Balkan War
Attack of the Serbian Army during the First Balkan War

Captured Turkish Soldier "Nizam" accompanied by Serbian soldier at Edirne during the First Balkan War (Nizam (Turkish word meaning - order, rule) is a soldier member of the First Regular Army established in 1826 in the Ottoman Empire)
Captured Turkish Soldier "Nizam" accompanied by Serbian soldier at Edirne during the First Balkan War (Nizam (Turkish word meaning - order, rule) is a soldier member of the First Regular Army established in 1826 in the Ottoman Empire)

Serbian artillery in Tetovo during the First Balkan War
Serbian artillery in Tetovo during the First Balkan War

Serbian artillery in Albania during the First Balkan War
Serbian artillery in Albania during the First Balkan War

Turkish prisoners in Belgrade during the First Balkan War
Turkish prisoners in Belgrade during the First Balkan War

Transport of wounded Serbian soldiers from Bitola in Belgrade (First Balkan War)

Loading of Turkish and "Arnaut" (Albanian) soldiers on trains in Skopje during the First Balkan War (Serbian postcard)
Loading of Turkish and "Arnaut" (Albanian) soldiers on trains in Skopje during the First Balkan War (Serbian postcard)

Kumanovo - Turkish canons captured by the Serbian army during the First Balkan War (After the Battle of Kumanovo 23–24 October 1912 )
Kumanovo - Turkish canons captured by the Serbian army during the First Balkan War (After the Battle of Kumanovo 23–24 October 1912 )

Serbian soldiers at Edirne during the First Balkan War
Serbian soldiers at Edirne during the First Balkan War

Serbian soldiers in Tetovo during the First Balkan War
Serbian soldiers in Tetovo during the First Balkan War

Serbian soldiers after the Battle of Kumanovo (23–24 October 1912) during the First Balkan War
Serbian soldiers after the Battle of Kumanovo (23–24 October 1912) during the First Balkan War

Serbian soldiers during Christmas Eve (January 6th 1913) in Bitola - First Balkan War
Serbian soldiers during Christmas Eve in Bitola - First Balkan War


Serbian army enters in Skopje during the First Balkan War
Serbian army enters in Skopje during the First Balkan War

Departure of the Serbian army from Kratovo to Crn Vrv (Black Peak) during the First Balkan War
Departure of the Serbian army from Kratovo to Crn Vrv (Black Peak) during the First Balkan War

Serbian cavalry enters Skopje during the First Balkan War
Serbian cavalry enters Skopje during the First Balkan War

Kumanovo - Abandoned Turkish artillery ammunition cars after the Battle of Kumanovo (23–24 October 1912)
Kumanovo - Abandoned Turkish artillery ammunition cars after the Battle of Kumanovo (23–24 October 1912) (11 October - according to Julian calendar)

Camp of the Serbian army near Kumanovo - First Balkan War
Camp of the Serbian army near Kumanovo - First Balkan War

Bitola during the First Balkan War - Serbian postcard - Buried old rifles which the Turkish army captured from Serbian soldiers
Bitola during the First Balkan War - Serbian postcard - Buried old rifles which the Turkish army captured from Serbian soldiers

First Balkan War - Battle of Prilep - Serbian postcard
First Balkan War - Battle of Prilep - Serbian postcard

First Balkan War - Serbian artillery during an offensive - Location village Novaci, near Bitola
First Balkan War - Serbian artillery during an offensive - Location village Novaci, near Bitola

First Balkan War - Serbian artillery during an offensive - Location village Novaci, near Bitola
First Balkan War - Serbian artillery during an offensive - Location village Novaci, near Bitola

Headquarters of the Timok Division II appeal (Serbian army) moving from Gevgelija to Dojran
Headquarters of the Timok Division II call (Serbian army) moving from Gevgelija to Dojran

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January 07, 2017

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