Arnavutluk'ta İşkodra'daki Sırplar. Arnavut sahilinde, Saint-Jean-de-Medua'da - The Serbians in Scutari, Albania. On the Albanian coast, at Saint-Jean-de-Medua.
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Arnavutluk'ta İşkodra'daki Sırplar. Arnavut sahilinde, Saint-Jean-de-Medua'da - The Serbians in Scutari, Albania. On the Albanian coast, at Saint-Jean-de-Medua.
Creator
Samson Tchernoff
Description
Karadağ kanalıyla Montenegro'yu kurtarılabilen Sırp toplarından biri. Skoupchtina delegeleri İşkodra Gölü'nü geçiyor. Limanda mahvedilen nakil gemileri. Plajda Sırp bölükleri - One of the Serbian artillery cannons which could be saved through Montenegro. Deputies of the Skoupchtina crossing Scutari lake. Torpedoed transport ships in the harbor. Serbian troops on the beach.
Note
Fotoğraflar Arnavutluk'u işgal eden Sırpları gösteriyor - Photos show the Serbians occupying Albania.
Language
French
Location
SALT Research
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https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/28987
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25-36,4 cm, Printed
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
FFTDOC01395
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Open Access
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