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Feige Kroaten

Erstellt von Karadjordje, 27.01.2006, 23:37 Uhr · 55 Antworten · 3.871 Aufrufe

  1. #21
    Avatar von TigerS

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    Zitat Zitat von Karadjordje
    Zitat Zitat von TigerS
    Zitat Zitat von Karadjordje
    Zitat Zitat von TigerS
    und was willst uns damit jetzt sagen :?:
    Was willste hören?
    deine meinug dazu
    Naja ne schöne Blutspur haben die Kroaten in Deutschland hinterlassen.
    ok danke ich glaube jetzt haben es die leute kapiert was du uns damit sagen wolltest

  2. #22
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    Blöde frage:

    Was haben denn die deutschen für ne blutspur hinterlassen im 30jährigen krieg???

    Oder gar die serben???

    Ich find solche threads sind nichts anderes als reine provokation oder versuche von anderen gräueltaten abzulenken!!!

    Naja...da es mich eigentlich garnicht juckt was die leute vor über 300 jahren machten, verstehe ich auch nicht was dieser thread hier soll!

  3. #23
    Feuerengel

    ICh hasse solche Exekutionsbilder.

  4. #24

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    Im Vergleich dazu, die serbischen Cetnici:


    Der Original US-Text aus dem Jahre 1942:
    Reprinted from Time Magazine May 25, 1942

    Cover Photograph of Mihailovich: Yugoslavia's Unconquered

    THE BALKANS The Eagle of Yugoslavia (See Cover)

    'He clasps the crag with crooked hands...he watches from his mountain walls, and like a thunderbolt he falls.'

    These words, written of an eagle, today are a far better fit for one of the most amazing commanders of World War II. He is Yugoslavia's Draja Mihailovich. Ever since Adolf Hitler vaingloriously announced a year ago that he had conquered Yugoslavia, Draja Mihailovich and his 150,000 guerrillas in the mountains southwest of Belgrade have flung the lie in Hitlers teeth. It has been probably the greatest guerrilla operation in history; Last fall Mihailovich kept as many as seven Nazi divisions chasing him through his Sumadija mountains. Mihailovich's swarming raiders have preserved an 'Island of Freedom,' which for a time was 20,000 square miles in area, with a population of 4,000,000. Mihailovich's annihilation of Axis detachments, bombing of roads and bridges, breaking of communications and stealing of ammunition have been so widespread that the Nazis had to declare a new state of war in their 'conquered' territory. Last October the Nazis even asked for peace. When Mihailovich refused, they priced his head at $1,000,000. When the Nazis desperately needed troops in Russia, they tried to leave Mihailovich to the forces of their Axis partners and stooges. But Italian, Bulgarian and Rumanian soldiers could not deal with him, and the Nazis went back. Only last week the Russians announced that a Nazi division had arrived at Kharkov fresh from Yugoslavia-where it had certainly not been stationed for a rest. Mihailovich's example has kept all Yugoslavia in a wild anti-Axis ferment. the Axis has resorted to executing untold thousands, but the revolt continues. Last month the Nazis said they had seized Mihailovich's wife, two sons and daughter, threatened to execute all relatives of Mihailovich's army and 16,000 hostages if the General did not surrender within five days. He did not. It is a misfortune that conquered Europe cannot learn detail by detail the effective methods used by the gaunt, hard-bronzed figure of TIME'S cover (painted by one of his compatriots, Vuch Vuchinich). But Draja Mihailovich is completely cut off from the democracies' press, hemmed in by the Axis forces in Yugoslavia. Rumania, Bulgaria, Albania and Greece. His only direct contact with the world beyond has been through smugglers and a mobile radio transmitter which he concealed somewhere in his mountain fastnesses. Even so, he has already become the great symbol of the unknown thousands of supposedly conquered Europeans who still resist AdoIf Hitler. As he watches from his mountain walls, he stands for every European saboteur who awaits the moment to jam the machine, plant the bomb or pry up the railroad rail. He has directly inspired others, like Rumanian Patriot Ion Minulescu, who harries the Axis from the Carpathians, and Albanian and Montenegrin guerillas who worry at Italian flanks on the Adriatic coast.

    SERB. The once-obscure Balkan officer who has thus far successfully challenged the modern world's greatest conqueror was born 47 years ago in Chachak, Serbia. His parents died when he was a child, and he was raised by an uncle, a musical Serbian colonel. Draja Mihailovich plays the mandolin excellently. He entered Beograd's Serbian Military Academy at 15. He has been a lifelong soldier, an officer who got his training under fire. He is also profoundly a Serb. For those who know the Serbs, that fact alone would account for his great-hearted defiance. The blood bath of oppression which for centuries has laved the minarets and green poplars of the Baikans has also watered a glowing military spirit in little Serbian unconquerable will toward freedom. In 1389, a date of horror in Serbian minds, the Turks defeated the Serbs on the plain of Kosovo and slaughtered the cream of Serbian manhood. For the next four centuries Turkey bore down on Serbia as hard as Adoif Hitler has done, with such devices as impaling mutilation and the roasting of living Serbs on spits. Early in the 19th Century the great Serbian King Kara George fought Turkey with Russian aid, got a limited autonomy with Turkish garrisons still in Serbia. But Napoleon's advance on Moscow drew away Russian support, and the Turks pressed Serbia hard again. This time Serbia's Milos Obrenovich made a deal with turkey for recognition. the deal included the assassination of Kara George, and this started an Obrenovich-Kara George dynasty rivalry that was to continue for decades. Serbia's rulers were often personally weak and depraved, but the Serbs in general grew hard and defiant in the schools of Turkish tyranny and European Realpolitik. They never suffered from the flabbiness that comes with ease. In the First Balkan War (1912), Serbia and her Balkan allies finally ousted Turkey. In World War I a supposedly exhausted Serbia hurled back two Austrian attacks, was ravaged by typhus and gave way before a third, then fought back again from Salonika. Only a year ago a revolution in Yugoslavia, where the dream of Balkan federation was becoming an actual as well as a political fact, deposed the pro-Nazi regent Prince Paul, and Serbian General Dusan Simovich courageously challenged the juggernaut of AdoIf Hitler. in Draja Mihailovich's mountains the challenge persists today.

    SOLDIER. In 1912, at 19, Mihailovich left the Serbian Military Academy to fight the Turks. Wounded the next year, he returned to school as a sub-lieutenant wearing the Obilich medal for 'personal courage.' In 1914 the Austrian attack again broke up school and Mihaiiovich was again wounded, received the Order of the White Eagle. On the eve of the Salonika offensive he rejoined his company and finally returned to Serbia wearing its highest decoration, the Kara George Star with crossed swords. He was sent as military attache to Sofia (1934) and Prague (1936), and is rumored to have been connected with underground movements working against Nazi influence in both Bulgaria and Czechoslovakia. In 1939, as chief of Yugoslavia's fortifications, he revealed himself as a Balkan De Gaulle, holding that a nation of such limited financial means should not try to build Maginot Lines but should concentrate on mobile and offensive possibilities.

    STORIES. Tales about Mihailovich, apocryphal or smuggled out of his mountains, abound in Yugoslav circles. It is said that he has done some of his own espionage, eating with German officers in a tavern where the host, devoted to him, was panicky with fright. Nazi officers are said to have driven up to a farmhouse where Mihaiiovich and friends were staying. When he had convinced the Nazis of his innocence, one of his friends remarked: 'That was a close one.' Mihailovich replied: 'It was close for them, too.' He pointed to a bush behind which a guerriila machine-gun crew had been ready for the Nazis. The General is also rumored to have done a brisk trade exchanging Italian prisoners for Italian gasoline at the rate of one Italian private for one can of gas, one colonel for 50 cans.

    Today Draja Mihailovich seems legendary, but he is a legend with a big basis in fact: the fact that he has kept from five to ten Nazi divisions at a time fighting to conquer the country which they destroyed twelve long months ago.

    May 25th, 1942 Time
    Quelle

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    LANG LEBE DRAZA MIHAJLOVIC R.I.P

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    Zitat Zitat von Srpski-Cedo
    LANG LEBE DRAZA MIHAJLOVIC R.I.P
    Lang lebe Gross Serbien...R.I.P


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    Zitat Zitat von Metkovic
    Zitat Zitat von Srpski-Cedo
    LANG LEBE DRAZA MIHAJLOVIC R.I.P
    Lang lebe Gross Serbien...R.I.P

    Noz Zica Virovitica 8)

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    Živ je Draža, umro nije!

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    Zitat Zitat von Karadjordje
    Živ je Draža, umro nije!
    Dok je srpstva iiii Srbijeeeee 8)

  10. #30
    Feuerengel
    Draza war nix weiteres als ein Nazi der versucht hat den gesamten Balkan zu säubern und serb. zu machen. 8) Ist ihm leider nicht gelungen genausowenig den schwulen Miloschevic, Karadzic und Mladic so wie vielen anderen Naziserben.


    Shpresoj së dreqi juve do të merr!

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