Издања на страним језицима / Books in foreign languages


In den Gärten der Plejaden / У вртовима плејада

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Aus dem Deutschen nachgedichtet: Mićo Cvijetić   С немачког препевао: Мићо Цвијетић   *   Besondere Gedichte einer besonderen Frau   Konstanze Petersmann lässt uns mit ihren Gedichten ...

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Die Heldin aus Innsbruck – Diana Obexer Budisavljević

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Über­set­ze­rin: Ana Ćo­sić   Die Taten von Diana Obexer Budisavljević gehören zu den größten humanitärsten Unternehmungen während des Zweiten Weltkriegs. Die in Österreich geborene Diana Obexer Budisavljević rettete etwa 15.000 Kinder aus den Lagern im Unabhängigen Staat Kroatien. Mehr als 3.000 Kinder starben ...

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Heroine from Innsbruck – Diana Obexer Budisavljević

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Translated by Tatjana Ćosović   The name of Diana Obexer Budisavljević is associated with one of the greatest humanitarian achievements in World War II. Austrian by nationality, Diana Obexer Budisavljević rescued around 15,000 children from Ustaša camps in the Independent State of Croatia. Over 3,000 ...

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Crimes against Serbs in the Independent State of Croatia – Photomonograph / Злочини над Србима у Независној Држави Хрватској – фотомонографија

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Bilingual edition in Serbian and English (English translation by Tatjana Ćosović)   The Independent State of Croatia (NDH) was established in 1941 in the part of the territory of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia occupied by the Nazi Germany ...

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¿Qué diría Che?

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Traducción de Jelena Andrić   En su nuevo libro ¿Qué diría el Che?, Aleksandar Milošević a su manera artística especial interpreta las modalidades de funcionamiento del mundo contemporáneo, dirigidas hacia la sumisión de los pequeños a los grandes y la unificación de la vida en ...

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The Ray of the Microcosm

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Translated by Anica Savić Rebac (1892–1953)   Petar II Petrović Njegoš (1813–1851) was born in the village of Njeguši, at the foot of the Lovćen mountain, near the Bay of Kotor and the Adriatic Sea. He was born into the family which had given to Montenegro princes-bishops for more than a hundred years. After the death of his uncle, metropolitan ...

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