Grave of Croatian soldiers of the First World War

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Comments (18)

Marin Stanisic on November 6, 2012

Dear Edward, it is amazing to know that you find a grave of Croatian soldiers from First World War. I know that many of Croatian soldiers were in Russia and Ukraina in First World War in the army of Austrian Empire, but I never saw their graves. Thank you for this picture, greetings from Croatia, Marin

Adem Dogan on November 7, 2012

Hello Good evening dear Edward. An remarkable Photography and Superb Image Composition!!

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Friendly Greetings from Germany & Turkey.

Adem Dogan

Roman Zázvorka on November 7, 2012

Very beautiful photo, beautiful memorial. LIKE. Kind regards and nice evening from Czech Republic. Roman

Godo Nikolov on November 8, 2012

In memorium. Like the photo.

WiJarn on November 9, 2012

Nice shot, Interesting place! Like

Greetings from Thailand.

Zlatan Olić on November 10, 2012

It should be the grave of Croatian soldiers from the 42nd Home Guard Infantry Division of the Triune Kingdom of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia. It is known as the Devil's Division. Its warriors were incredibly brave, so the enemy armies (Serbs, Montenegrins, Russians, Cossacks, Italians) were horrified fighting with them. They were mainly from the area of Zagreb and Osijek. The inscription on a burial board is not complete, but it could be the 25th Home Guard Infantry Regiment from Zagreb ("Zagreb" and "25") as part of the Devil's Division. Yugoslav President Josip Broz was a sergeant of the 25th Regiment.

Properly it should be written on the gravestone:

BOG I HRVATI (it means: God and the Croats). SLAVA IM means GLORY TO THEM. The shield on the bottom should be with white and red fields, not yellow and green.

thx for this pic, best wishes

Marcel Mlinarić - CR… on November 11, 2012

It's unusual that it survived all these years! Many croatian soldiers were fighting in Galicia and Bucovina in WW1, especially from area around Zagreb where I live. My great grandfather was fighting there and he fortunately survived the war and returned home when it ended!

Greetings from Croatia, Marcel

Filipunes on November 12, 2012

Impresive and dramatic capture. A document. L25

Ernandes C Santos on November 15, 2012

Olá "Edward" Imagem preciosa e fascinante, trabalho belíssimo e magnífico, Muito boa, Gosto das suas fotos, Obrigado por compartilhar, sinto-me honrado em comentar suas fotos, parabéns...L I K E...Desejo muita paz e saúde...Um abraço, do seu Amigo Ernandes...Saudações calorosas de São Paulo - Brasil

&ri.co on November 17, 2012

very nice, very very interesting!! like

Boby - ilovefoto on November 17, 2012

Very interesting! Like

Best wishes from Croatian! Boby

Faysal Bin Darul on November 18, 2012

historic place...always keep a lot of importance in our life. LIKE

Jörg R. on November 28, 2012

Very interesting !

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Cheers , Willy

Sylvain Pichette on December 5, 2012

Beautiful and interesting capture, dear Edward

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Greetings from Louiseville, MonPiche

Very good photo of historical memory! Like!

GyurIca on May 2, 2013

I read with interest comments posted under the photos, thank you. It was an interesting format of the monarchy. I wonder if the EU or the monarchy' life will be longer. About Tito! You know that Marshal Tito's brother - Broz Márton - lived in Sopron? Here is the National Geographic article.

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Best regards,

GyurIca

kwantum on May 27, 2013

at this time chernowitz was a part of austria?

Giannino NO VIEWS on June 13, 2013

interesting memorial - L I K E - greetings from ROME - Gianni

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 5, 2012
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    by EdwardTurJ
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ7
    • Taken on 2006/09/24 13:52:21
    • Exposure: 0.008s (1/125)
    • Focal Length: 13.70mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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