Balkan Wars 1912-13 - Photo Gallery - Part 2

Balkan Wars 1912-13 - Photo Gallery - Part 2
Serbian officers and soldiers celebrate Christmas Eve (January 6th 1913) in Bitola - First Balkan War
Serbian officers and soldiers celebrate Christmas Eve in Bitola - First Balkan War

Turkish lieutenant colonel Fuad Bey captured in Kumanovo ( Battle of Kumanovo 23–24 October 1912)
Turkish lieutenant colonel Fuad Bey captured in Kumanovo ( Battle of Kumanovo 23–24 October 1912)

Serbian soldiers during rest hours in Edirne (First Balkan War)
Serbian soldiers during rest hours in Edirne (First Balkan War)

Spring in Staro Nagoricane - Before Battle of Kumanovo 23–24 October 1912 (First Balkan War)
Spring in Staro Nagoricane - Before Battle of Kumanovo 23–24 October 1912 (First Balkan War)

First Balkan War - Serbian artillery during an offensive near Bitola
First Balkan War - Serbian artillery during an offensive near Bitola

Serbian postcard - First Balkan War
Serbian postcard - First Balkan War

Serbian postcard from the First Balkan War - Depicted are the cities - Krushevac (top left), Skopje (top center), Bitola (right), Prizren (bottom center), Veles (left), Preparation of Serbian artillery for the Battle of Kumanovo (center)
Serbian postcard from the First Balkan War - Depicted are the cities - Krushevac (top left), Skopje (top center), Bitola (right), Prizren (bottom center), Veles (left), Preparation of Serbian artillery for the Battle of Kumanovo (center)

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)
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)

Postcard from the serie "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) Petar I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia (11.07.1844 - 16.08.1921) 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 serie "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)
Petar I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia (11.07.1844 - 16.08.1921)
Nikola I Petrovic, King of Montenegro (19.10.1840 – 02.03.1921)
George I, King of Greece (12.24.1845 - 03.18.1913)

Postcard - Balkan - Turkish War 1912-13 - Signatories of the Treaty of London (Signed on 30 May during the London Conference of 1912–13)  - Skuludis, Novakovic, Strajt, Nikolic, Venicelos, Vojnovic, Genadios, Danev, Madzarov, Popovic, Paprikov, Mijushkovic
Postcard - Balkan - Turkish War 1912-13 - Signatories of the Treaty of London (Signed on 30 May during the London Conference of 1912–13)  - Skuludis, Novakovic, Strajt, Nikolic, Venicelos, Vojnovic, Genadios, Danev, Madzarov, Popovic, Paprikov, Mijushkovic

Postcard - Balkan - Turkish War 1912-13 - Delegates signatories of the Treaty of London (Signed on 30 May during the London Conference of 1912–13)  as guests their London hosts
Postcard - Balkan - Turkish War 1912-13 - Delegates signatories of the Treaty of London (Signed on 30 May during the London Conference of 1912–13)  as guests their London hosts

Postcard from the serie "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War. On the postcard: George I, King of Greece (12.24.1845 - 03.18.1913)
Postcard from the serie "Balkan Alliance", „У слози је спас“" (“In consent lies the redemption”) issued during the First Balkan War.
On the postcard:
George I, King of Greece (12.24.1845 - 03.18.1913)

Serbian postcard - Captured Turkish soldiers in Bitola - First Balkan War
Serbian postcard - Captured Turkish soldiers in Bitola - First Balkan War

Memories of the Balkan War (Serbian postcard - First Balkan war)
Memories of the Balkan War (Serbian postcard - First Balkan war)

Charge of the Serbian army on Bulgarian positions at Krivolak, Macedonia - Second Balkan war
Charge of the Serbian army on Bulgarian positions at Krivolak, Macedonia - Serbian postcard - Second Balkan War

After the Battle of Kumanovo - Serbian postcard - First Balkan War
After the Battle of Kumanovo - Serbian postcard - First Balkan War

Serbian army enters Bitola 18.11.1912 -  First Balkan War
Serbian army enters Bitola 18.11.1912 -  First Balkan War

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

Dismantling unexploded Turkish grenades by the Serbian army at Edirne - First Balkan War
Dismantling unexploded Turkish grenades by the Serbian army at Edirne - First Balkan War

Camp of the Serbian army near Kumanovo - Battle of Kumanovo 23–24 October 1912 (First Balkan War)
Camp of the Serbian army near Kumanovo - Battle of Kumanovo 23–24 October 1912 (First Balkan War)
Turkish artillery unit at village Rashtani after the Battle of Bitola (Battle of Monastir - 16 to 19 November 1912) - First Balkan War - Serbian postcard
Turkish artillery unit at village Rashtani after the Battle of Bitola (Battle of Monastir - 16 to 19 November 1912) - First Balkan War - Serbian postcard

Milosh Aleksic, lance sergeant of 2nd infantry regiment with his 6 friends - which have captured Lieutenant Colonel Ivan Manev, which in turn contributed to capture 1400 Bulgarian soldiers 19/6 1913
Milosh Aleksic, lance sergeant of 2nd infantry regiment with his 6 friends - which have captured Lieutenant Colonel Ivan Manev, which in turn contributed to capture 1400 Bulgarian soldiers 19/6 1913

Impact of Turkish 15 cm grenade - Killed Serbian soldiers after the fall of Edirne (First Balkan War)
Impact of Turkish 15 cm grenade - Killed Serbian soldiers after the fall of Edirne (First Balkan War)

Serbian postcard - retreat of the defeated Turkish army under Zeki Pasha, after the Battle of Kumanovo 23–24 October 1912 (First Balkan War) (11-X-1912 - Julian calendar)
Serbian postcard - retreat of the defeated Turkish army under Zeki Pasha, after the Battle of Kumanovo 23–24 October 1912 (First Balkan War) (11-X-1912 - Julian calendar)

Serbian artillery in Tetovo observes the captured positions - First Balkan War
Serbian artillery in Tetovo observes the captured positions - First Balkan War

Serbian postcard - First Balkan War - At the Bitola battlefield  Battle of Bitola (Battle of Monastir) - 16 to 19 November 1912 (5 November 1912 Julian calendar)
Serbian postcard - First Balkan War - At the Bitola battlefield
Battle of Bitola (Battle of Monastir) - 16 to 19 November 1912 (5 November 1912 Julian calendar)

Serbian postcard - First Balkan War - Serbian infantry at the Bitola (Monastir) battlefield  Battle of Bitola (Battle of Monastir) - 16 to 19 November 1912
Serbian postcard - First Balkan War - Serbian infantry at the Bitola (Monastir) battlefield
Battle of Bitola (Battle of Monastir) - 16 to 19 November 1912



Serbian army enters Bitola 18.11.1912 -  First Balkan War
Serbian army enters Bitola 18.11.1912 -  First Balkan War

Russian volunteers in Bitola - Serbian postcard - First Balkan War
Russian volunteers in Bitola - Serbian postcard - First Balkan War

Defeat of the Turkish army in Bitola. Animated postcard issued in Prague, Czech Republic in which in a romantic enthusiasm is shown the victory of the Serbian army during the First Balkan War
Defeat of the Turkish army in Bitola. Animated postcard issued in Prague, Czech Republic in which in a romantic enthusiasm is shown the victory of the Serbian army during the First Balkan War

Charge of the Serbian army in Bitola. Animated postcard issued in Prague, Czech Republic in which in a romantic enthusiasm is shown the victory of the Serbian over the Turkish army during the First Balkan War
Charge of the Serbian army in Bitola. Animated postcard issued in Prague, Czech Republic in which in a romantic enthusiasm is shown the victory of the Serbian over the Turkish army during the First Balkan War

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