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Celebration of the centenary of the end of the First World War at the Serbian Cultural Center in Luxembourg

The Serbian Cultural Center (SKC) organized a special evening in the premises of the SKC, marking the centenary of the end of the First World War, On Friday, November 30th  2018. The event was opened by the President of SKC, Marko Katanic, who, in short lines, went through the sights of the film "Serbia in the Great War", which was shown after the opening speeches. He highlighted the great losses of Serbia in the First World War and the overall contribution on the side of the winners. Ambassador Marina Jovićević spoke about the huge casualties that Serbia submitted in the First World War and provided statistical data on the number of injured and killed men in working and reproductive age, the number of injured citizens, the total losses that were the highest among all the countries that participated in the First World War. She pointed out that the victories of the Serbian army on the Balkan front led to the signing of the cease-fire by the central forces on November 11, 1918. She explained the significance of the flower Natalia's ramond, which also symbolizes Serbia, which after both World Wars, rose from the ashes and rebuilt, with huge losses, which in the Second World War accounted for half of the total population.
At the end of the evening, a cocktail was served, with Serbian food and drinks, prepared by members of the Serbian community in Luxembourg.


Promotion of anthology "Many Faces 1918" at Pierre Verner Institute in Luxembourg

The promotion of the anthology "Many Faces 1918: Fall, New Beginning, Release, Break in the European Civil War" was held At the Pierre Werner Institute in Luxembourg on November 20, 2018. It is a project implemented by the seventeen participating countries for the past two years. The Republic of Serbia was represented by Aleksandar Gatalica with a passage from the novel "The Great War". Aleksandar Gatalica spoke about the inspiration for the novel "The Great War," from which the passage "The Time When Hours Were Killed" entered the anthology, pointing out that during this war, Serbia lost one third of the population. He also introduced the audience to other authors from Serbia who described the Great War in their works. In the end, he suggested that, based on national databases, a unique database of all victims of the First World War be created.


Celebrating the centenary of the end of the First World War in cooperation with the Royal Institute for War Heritage in Brussels

On 19 November 2018, the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia, in cooperation with the War Heritage Institute of the Kingdom of Belgium, organized the celebration of the centenary of the end of the First World War at the Royal Museum of Armed Forces and Military History. The gathering, with an occasional speech, opened ambassador Marina Jovićević, PhD. She spoke in particular about the huge casualties that Serbia submitted in the First World War and cited all statistics on the number of male and female victims in the work and reproductive age, the number of victims, the total losses that were the highest among all the countries participated in the First World War, the number of wounded and orphans. In the name of the Institute, the retired general  Oger Pochet addressed to the public, and pointed out the importance of this joint commemoration.

After introductory presentations, representative sections from the film "The Long Journey to the War" by Milan Skundric, which depict the situation in the Balkans and Europe a few years before the outbreak of the First World War, were presented, and then the author Aleksandar Gatalica spoke about his novel "The Great War" , as well as about other authors in Serbia who wrote about the Great War.

At the end of the evening, a cocktail was served where Serbian food and beverages were served, which was prepared by a part of the Embassy staff.


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