"The Balkans belongs to the Balkan people" : Serbian idea or Freemason project ?

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Offline Al Bundy

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On this day in 1867. Serbian Prince ("Knez") and a Freemason? Mihailo Obrenović who signed a treaty of alliance with Greece announced a great Balkan League to expel the Turkish Empire from the Balkans.


 
"The Balkans for the Balkan peoples" ( monument of Knez Mihailo in the downtown in Belgrade )

After almost a year later, Knez Mihailo was murdered in Belgrade. Why? Who ordered the assassination?  :-[ :'( ???

http://www.rastko.rs/istorija/batakovic/batakovic-piedmont_eng.htmlhttp://

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On today's day of 1918 in Belgrade was announced the unification of the Kingdom of Serbia and the People's Council of Slovenes, Croats from the Serbs to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians (later Yugoslavia).



This picture called "Uniification" painted by Ivan Tisov, Tito`s Communists wall in the Assembly of City o Belgrade 1994 or 1945 !


Due to the Italian wishes with the coast in Dalmatia, Norway first recognized the new Kingdom and the United States, whose President, Freemason W. Wilson, was a great international protector of the unification of South Slavs.

Allies of Serbia from the Force Antante ( France, England, Greece, Romania, Italy) recognized the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes only after the peace in Versailles,France in 1919.