Skip to comments.THE MIRACLE OF THE KOLUBARA!
Posted on 11/16/2013 10:13:16 AM PST by Ravnagora
Legendary Serbian General Zivojin Misich
The Miracle of Kolubara River
'Men still talk of the miracle of the Marne, where there is little that is miraculous. There would be more justification in talking of the miracle of the Kolubara.'
British Official History of World War I
"'Only the passing of two or three centuries are needed to make the glorious heroism of the Serbian soldiers stand out as a legend to the generations that are to come. They will scarcely be able to believe what we have all witnessed.'"
(Excerpt) Read more at heroesofserbia.com ...
Currently, we see Eastern European Slavic Christians rising, and striving toward liberty and opportunity while rejecting license. The times, they are a changin'.
As a life long, had rock anti-communist, I hate today this, but the Russians are doing a lot of decent, inspiring things today that disgrace the Mahdi and all the evil he stands for.
What is it that you hate, libstripper?
Thank goodness Clinton bombed those horrible Christian Serbs to save those wonderful Muslims who hate us and want to kill all Christians and Jews.
Interesting to read about these brave Serbs. The Serbians have been much demonized in the last 10-15 years in the U.S. My husband used to work with a Serbian guy who was extremely tough, a hard worker and who absolutely hated muslims. No wonder, he experienced they and theirs doing a lot of bad things to his friends and family.
My bad. When I said “today” I meant “to say.” Make sense now?
Yes, it sure does. Thanks for the clarification!
The Russian Christians, the Eastern Orthodox, (same religion as the Christian Serbs) have been around a lot longer than the Soviets and Russian Communists. It is indeed very gratifying to see the Russians returning to their roots!
Dem typos, dey’s real devils.
You are right. A resurgence of Orthodox Christians is my sense too! God Bless them!
Have you all seen this film, “Where the Yellow Lemon Blooms” (in Serbian with English subtitles)?
We saw this film—about Serbia in WWI—a few years ago in our Serbian parish. It’s very powerful!
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