проф. Вишеслав Симић: Корона и Гадост која нас пустоши[1]

Већ неко време интернетом (а и у приватним разговорима, нарочито на славама и другим обредним окупљањима нашег народа) кружи прича о некаквом најгорем могућем владики[2] који је и изабран био за тај ”преосвећени” чин баш због тога што је био најгори у том народу. Суштина наука те приче је да је народ толико лош да су … Read more проф. Вишеслав Симић: Корона и Гадост која нас пустоши[1]

Target Orthodox Church: NATO’s eastern crusades

Needless to say, the important and portentous story of the attempted subversion of the Orthodox Church using the intelligence and political instruments still at the disposal of the moribund post-Christian West has gone virtually unreported, uncommented, and uncondemned. It concerns the multi-front offensive currently being unleashed against the most ancient and authentic Christian communion, the … Read more Target Orthodox Church: NATO’s eastern crusades

Mihailovich’s Allied pilots rescue operation

In the summer of 1944 the Yugoslav Army in the Homeland, also known as Chetniks, assembled in Serbia and made possible the rescue of over 500 downed Allied airmen. Known as Operation Halyard, the rescue mission was downplayed for decades in order not to unduly irritate Yugoslavia’s Communist authorities. Since then, much information about that … Read more Mihailovich’s Allied pilots rescue operation

Dr. Slobodan Drašković: The readiness to sacrifice

The first and basic reason for the success of every big venture is in the readiness to accept the risk and danger, to risk failure and to be exposed to the peril of ruin. In that lays the crux of the struggle for assuring the freedom and better future for Serbian people. The misfortune of … Read more Dr. Slobodan Drašković: The readiness to sacrifice

Nebojša Malić: Paving the Way for Pavelić

Crucial to the understanding of the first Yugoslav state is the Croat relationship towards a union with other South Slavs (including the fellow Catholic Slovenes), which can be described as tenuous at best. The initial decision to accept unification with Serbia – already a fact on the ground by November 1918 – was driven in … Read more Nebojša Malić: Paving the Way for Pavelić

Allied pilots rescued by Serbian Chetniks — The Forgotten 500

The Forgotten 500: The Untold Story of the Men Who Risked All for the Greatest Rescue Mission of World War II

(New American Library, August 2007)

By Gregory A. Freeman

One of the last untold stories of World War II is also one of the greatest – a story of adventure, daring, danger and heroics, followed by a web of conspiracy, lies, and coverup.

THE FORGOTTEN 500 is one of the greatest rescue and escape stories ever, but hardly anyone has heard about it. And that’s by design. The U.S., British, and Yugoslav governments hid details of this story for decades, purposefully denying credit to the heroic rescuers and the foreign ally who gave his life to help allied airmen as they were hunted down by Nazis in the hills of Yugoslavia.

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Operation Halyard Serbian Chetnik rescue mission

Operation Halyard (or Halyard Mission), known in Serbian as Operation Air Bridge (Serbian: Операција Ваздушни мост), was an Allied airlift operation behind Axis lines during World War II. In July 1944, the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) drew up plans to send a team to Chetniks led by General Draža Mihailović in the German-occupied Territory of the Military Commander in Serbia for the purpose of evacuating Allied airmen shot down over that area.[2]This team, known … Read more Operation Halyard Serbian Chetnik rescue mission

St. Justin Popovich on Orthodox Ecumenism

St. Justin Popovich 1894-1979 You have raised many questions and asked my opinion on various issues; whole books can be written on each of them; therefore, I have to be very brief, as brief as possible. The attitude towards the non-orthodox Christian world, first and foremost, one must establish oneself in Orthodoxy with one’s mind … Read more St. Justin Popovich on Orthodox Ecumenism

Video: The ethnic cleansing of Krajina Serbs, 1995

The apparent inability of many Serbs to learn from their history caused it to repeat itself in August of 1995. The political background of the expulsion of a quarter of a million Krajina Serbs by the Croats, with generous tactical and logistical assistance of “retired” US military personnel who were lent for the purpose, will … Read more Video: The ethnic cleansing of Krajina Serbs, 1995