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БАЛКАНСКИ РАТОВИ 1912 / 1913 Balkan Wars 1912-1913

First Balkan War pic. Title: “The Balkans against the tyrant” This poster pictures a Bulgarian, a Greek, a Montenegrin and a Serb attacking together the “Ottoman dragon”.

Most of these Ottoman soldiers in the mountains of Albania wear the M1909 uniform with the old-pattern red fez, but the bugler in the left background seems to have the old dark blue tunic. Interestingly, the Albanian irregular in the foreground, wearing a white skull cap and civilian clothing, has a certain air of authority about him. As a local pro-Ottoman Albanian leader he may have been given charge of this squad of regular soldiers.

Most of these Ottoman soldiers in the mountains of Albania wear the M1909 uniform with the old-pattern red fez, but the bugler in the left background seems to have the old dark blue tunic. Interestingly, the Albanian irregular in the foreground, wearing a white skull cap and civilian clothing, has a certain air of authority about him. As a local pro-Ottoman Albanian leader he may have been given charge of this squad of regular soldiers.

peashooter85:  Greek Orthodox monks and a gendarme (center) guard their monastery at Mount Athos, 1913.  During the First Balkans War many G...

A detachment of Greek monks fighting against Bulgaria in 1913 counted on Mannlicher and Gras rifles, along with and Model Montenegrin revolvers.

In 1903, cartoonist Emil Flohri drew a cover for Judge, an American political satire and humor magazine, which reflected this sentiment by showing the Ottoman Turk making the preparations for his own execution.

In cartoonist Emil Flohri drew a cover for Judge, an American political satire and humor magazine, which reflected this sentiment by showing the Ottoman Turk making the preparations for his own execution.

New York Life-Day by Day: The South African BOER WAR 1899-1902

Jo Briggs, “The Second Boer War, Anti-Imperialism and European Visual Culture”

"Communisme Ennemi de la France" ("Communism: Enemy of France"). A lot happened between 1918, when the German posters above were printed, and 1942, the date of this poster by Michel Jacquot (dates unknown).

"Communisme Ennemi de la France" ("Communism: Enemy of France"). A lot happened between when the German posters above were printed, and the date of this poster by Michel Jacquot (dates unknown).

Belgian refugees with a dogcart, on their way from Aalst to Gent, Belgium, 1914.

Belgian refugees with a dogcart, on their way from Aalst to Gent, Belgium - 1914

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