Posted 21 August 2017 - 23:02:19
Nije bas za na temu o Severnoj Koreji, ali onako, tek zarad uvida u smisaozahumortm velikihtm
Ili, posada nosaca aviona Midway oktobra 1965. prigodno proslavlja bacanje 6,000,000-te funte bombi na Seeverni Vijetnam.
Rashodovanom VC soljom prerusenom u bombu.
Poduhvat, operacija je po PS-u dobila i ime - Sani-flush.
YT uradak na tu temu pokazuje promenu narativa glede Vijetnama i svojevremenog rata vodjenog tamo:
Edited by namenski, 21 August 2017 - 23:06:53.
Posted 24 September 2017 - 07:53:15
The Beauty and the Baron
a love story between Bečkerek and Berlin
Over the past couple of years the History Department of the
Deutsche Schule Belgrade has provided a platform for historical
discussion aimed at a wider public. In 2014 a sparkling panel
discussion took place between journalists and historians on
Christopher Clarke’s challenging monograph „Sleepwalkers“, followed in 2015 by the
opening of a student-produced permanent exhibition on the fate of the De Majo siblings, in
2016 by a lively debate on alleged Austrian genocide in Serbia during the First World War
and in 2017 by a lecture on the history of ethnic Germans in the territory of former
Yugoslavia up until the end of the Second World War. Just before this year’s summer
holidays two of our students presented a fascinating account of the mysterious fate of a
16th century gun that was once given as a present to Prince Regent Paul by Adolf Hitler.
We would like to invite you to attend yet another presentation of original historical research
Tuesday, 26 September 2017, at 7 p.m.
on the premises of Deutsche Schule Belgrad, Petra Čajkovskog 4
Three diligent DSB students have uncovered and documented the unusual love story of a
young Serbian woman, a self-declared communist, whose name will be kept a secret for the
time being, and the Prussian baron Johann Albrecht von Reiswitz, who would later play an
important role in the German military administration in Belgrade from 1941-1944. Among
other places, we shall take you to Dubrovnik, where they first set eyes on each other in 1924
and to Paris, where they continued their amorous adventure.
The event will open with a thirty-minute lecture by a member of our History Department on
the biography of the German baron, followed by the unveiling of a permanent exhibition
dedicated to this unique German-Serbian romantic liaison. The students involved in this
project will acquaint you with the exhibits,
including original love letters.
Our special guest that evening will be the son of
Baron von Reiswitz.
As our seating capacities are strictly limited, we kindly
ask you to register by sending an email to
email@example.com indicating the number of attendees. You will then receive a
confirmation of your booking. There is no cover charge. Light refreshments shall be
The language of the evening’s programme will be English.
A. Roth, Deutsche Schule Belgrad, 13.09.2017