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By celebrating “Serbia Day” on July 28, 1918, Americans marked the fourth anniversary of the beginning of the Great War expressing their sympathy and support for the Serbian people.
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American Corners throughout Serbia promote mutual understanding between United States and Serbia and reinforce intercultural exchange and friendship between two nations.
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The Day When the Serbian and U.S. Flags Flew Together Over the White House
Relations between Serbia and the United States of America during World War I, the “Great War,” were as friendly allies. July 28, 1918, however, was especially important for Serbs and Americans. On this day America marked the fourth anniversary of the beginning of the Great War, when, according to the words of U.S. Secretary of … Continue reading The Day When the Serbian and U.S. Flags Flew Together Over the White House
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