“Dead-dig”. So called, because the 3rd battalion of the 3rd Bosnian hercegovinischen infantry regiment stormed on 20 December 1914 this height with death todesverachtung, occupy-held by the Serbs with two cannons, whereby no enemy remained alive.
This one is obviosly wearing a fustanela, but postcard is Bosnian...and it was a stamp too I think... and it says "Bosnian warrior/soldier" so weathr he's a Bosnian wearing it, or an Albanian from Bosnia...either way it qualifies.
I showed you the original caption it is from a German/Austrian site about their military so what else can I say. It didn't say where it took place. who said it had to have taken place deep in Serbia? anyways dont clog the thread ith non pics plz guys.
Last Edit: Feb 27, 2009 15:58:43 GMT -5 by kapetan