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War damage sustained by Orthodox churches in Serbian areas of Croatia in 1991

Dinko Davidov

War damage sustained by Orthodox churches in Serbian areas of Croatia in 1991

by Dinko Davidov

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Published by Ministry of Information of the Republic of Serbia in [Belgrade?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Croatia.,
  • Croatia
    • Subjects:
    • Church buildings -- Vandalism -- Croatia,
    • Orthodox Eastern church buildings -- Croatia,
    • Serbs -- Croatia -- Religion

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[texts written by Dinko Davidov, Radomir Stanić, Miroslav Timotijević ; translated by Alice Coppel-Tos̆ić].
      SeriesDocuments, facts
      ContributionsStanić, Radomir., Timotijević, Miroslav.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA5949.C76 D38 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination88 p. :
      Number of Pages88
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1330961M
      LC Control Number92211924

        The Baroque-style Serbian Orthodox Cathedral Church of the Nativity of Theotokos (the Greek name for Mary, mother of Christ) is just a five-minute walk from the Catholic Cathedral. Built between and (about 20 years before the Catholics came to town), it is one of the largest Serbian Orthodox churches in the Balkans.   The Orthodox Church and the World Council of Churches Report of the inter-Orthodox consultation of Orthodox WCC member churches, Chambesy, Representatives of Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Churches met in the Centre of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, Chambesy, Switzerland, September

      The Battle of Osijek (Croatian language: Bitka za Osijek) was the artillery bombardment of the Croatian city of Osijek by the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) from August to June , during the Croatian War of shelling peaked in late November and December and diminished in , after implementation of the Vance plan was agreed upon by the belligerents. In June , Croatia declared its independence. Immediately thereafter, a war broke out between militias organized by Croatia's Serbian minority and the newly created Croatian army. The war, in which many thousands were killed and wounded, lasted until January , when the European Union (EU) arranged a cease-fire.

      Serbian Guard (Srpska garda), Serbian volunteer organization, armed wing of the Serbian Renewal Movement, active in Croatia in White Eagles (Beli orlovi), also known as "Šešeljevci",[2] Serbian volunteer organization, armed wing of the Serbian Radical Party, active in Bosnia and Croatia. Later, 28 of the signatories became members of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, whose role in the preparation of the war is well known (see the Academy's memorandum). The fact that the highest circles of the Catholic Church behaved differently presented a serious problem for the Serbian Orthodox Church.


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War damage sustained by Orthodox churches in Serbian areas of Croatia in 1991 by Dinko Davidov Download PDF EPUB FB2

Inthe Yugoslav government founded the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of Kosovo tasked with dealing with issues relating to cultural heritage in Kosovo. During post-war communist Yugoslavia, only one Ottoman era monument the Tomb of Sultan Murad I was listed as a cultural monument, while state protection status was given mainly to Serbian Orthodox Church.

The church sustained damage from bombing during the Siege of Dubrovnik. Inthe church was restored using funds from the Ministry of Culture of Croatia, City of Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, private contributions and credit.

This was the first restoration of the church. Museum of Serbian Orthodox Church in DubrovnikCountry: Croatia. From the Introduction to the book, War Damage Sustained by Orthodox Churches in Serbian Areas of Croatia in We cannot pass through this world without suffering and hardship.

The history of mankind is filled with so much devastation caused by the elements, so. In Lika, Kordun and Banija alone, Serbian Orthodox churches were closed, destroyed, or plundered.

On 2 Julythe Croatian Orthodox Church was founded in order to replace the institutions of the Serbian Orthodox Church, after the matter of forced conversion had become extremely on: Independent State of Croatia, (Axis. – August – The siege of the Croatian city of Vukovar begins as Serbian armed forces, along with the Serb-dominated Yugoslav People’s Army, begin an open scorched earth and ethnic cleansing policy in areas under their control, and begin savage attacks against free Croatian towns, villages and hamlets, in an attempt to cut Croatia off.

Of these 33 were in Croatia and in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Damage in Croatian territory. In Croatia 9 were located in government-controlled territory, and 24 in the so-called Serbian Republic of the Krajina (RSK).

In the government controlled territory the buildings and sites can be broken down according to the following typology. The Serbian Orthodox Church, both in Serbia and in Bosnia-Herzegovina, continued to provide its legitimacy to the Bosnian Serb authorities’ ethnic policies.

It backed the most uncompromising options formulated in Bosnia, which had as their goal to create a Greater Serbia, and did not envisage the continued presence of the Muslims. It is interesting to note that the Bosnian Office of Information, in two communiqués devoted mainly to the destruction of the religious heritage (24 May, 23 August ), drew attention to damage sustained on a wide scale by the Catholic, Orthodox, and Jewish heritage, in addition to the Islamic: 44 entries for Catholic churches, including 5.

Croatia even already has a long history of eastern rite long before serbs started building monasteries, also Greek Catholic, you know that the orthodox churches that were in Croatian lands were stolen by the serb orthodox church, that’s because not only Croatians could go there, but also Russians, Greeks, Bulgarians etc.

Serbian cult church. Egypt also supports the Oromo extremists in order to break up Ethiopia and therefore eliminate a potential rival for power in the lower Red Sea; thus, it is a party to the nation-splitting genocide, despite the fact that Egyptian Pres.

Abdul Fatah Saeed al-Sisi formally renounced, on Jthe use of war against Ethiopia in its dispute. Milošević and members of the Serbian minority of Kosovo had long objected to the fact that Muslim Albanians were in demographic control of an area held sacred to the Serbs.

(Kosovo was the seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church as well as the site of the Turkish defeat of the Serbs in and the Serbian victory over the Turks in The area around the monastery at Pech suffered repeated bombing; damage includes cracks in frescoes, portions of which were shaken loose from the walls.

Damage, but no details, is reported by the Serbian Orthodox Church to the monasteries of Djurdjevi Stupovi, Zhitcha, Detchani, and Sopochani. The Serbs are first mentioned in the west part of the Balkan peninsula in They populated the regions east of the river Cetina, mountain Plješevica and the area between the rivers Una and Kupa.

The war pitted Croats and Serbs against each other, not Catholics and the Orthodox, said Raic. But as a national church, the Serbian Orthodox church is also deeply entwined with the Serbian nation, with all Serbs, regardless of whether they are baptized and viewed as members of the Orthodox church.

Fathoming what went wrong. The Church of the Holy Annunciation is a Serbian Orthodox church in the Old Town of Dubrovnik. It was built in the year and sustained damage from bombing.

The church has a valuable collection of icons, some of them dating from the 15th and 16th centuries TripAdvisor reviews. A church with monastery in Borovo Naselje, now a part of Vukovar, was built just before the onset of the Homeland War.

Although it suffered heavy damage in the war, the strong reinforced-concrete. Serbian orthodox Church of Saint Nicholas in Karlovac, Croatia Completed inbegan with worships in The church was devastated during World War II, and then again induring the War in Croatia, when mines were detonated inside the church by Croatian forces.

The church was repeatedly blown up and robbed until final destruction in. The Battle of Osijek (Croatian: Bitka za Osijek) was the artillery bombardment of the Croatian city of Osijek by the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) which took place from August to June during the Croatian War of ng peaked in late November and Decemberthen diminished in after the Vance plan was accepted by the combatants.

JUN Leaders of the Serbian Orthodox Church asked for the resignation of President Slobodan Milosevic and his government. They wanted a new President and government that is acceptable to the world community. OCT: By this time, 76 Serbian Orthodox shrines and churches had been destroyed or desecrated in Kosovo.

Public Space Memorial Centre Mass Atrocity Memorial Site Orthodox Church M. Povrzanović () ‘Ethnography of a War: Croatia –92’, Anthropology of East Europe Review.

Special issue: War among the C. Kaiser () Fifth Information Report on War Damage to the Cultural Heritage in Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina. The Serbian Orthodox Church has even gone so far as to declare that the accounts of genocide and other "crimes against humanity", including the establishment of concentration camps, are false.

Inas Milosevic government terrorized Bosnia committing countless atrocities, members of the Serbian Orthodox Church released the following statement. The most obvious proof, among thousands of others, is the decrease in number of Serbian Christian Orthodox population from nearly 30% at the beginning of WWII /German military sources/ to merely 3% in Croatia, nowadays ethnically cleansed and predominantly populated by .The Vatican had been first to recognize the secession/independence of Roman Catholic Croatia and Roman Catholic Slovenia in The Vatican gave Roman Catholic Austria-Hungary authorization in to destroy Orthodox Serbia by sanctioning the declaration of war.

New damage to the Orthodox cemetery and to the XVth century St. Nikola.