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WHAT DO YOU KNOW WHAT WE EXPLAINED TODAY WHEN WE ARE CHILDREN: Really reckless, serious, and on a cake and cake table! (POLL) | News



BELGRADE – On Tito television, on Hey Sloveni radio, and in ceremonial homes like for the New Year – on meze tables, tea, cakes and cakes and of course reluctant!

photo: Youtube Printscreen

In a long-lost country – Yugoslavia this holiday is one of the favorites. He fell just in time for the pig's hole, and the table was full of meat deacons, and if there was snow and snow, the students were no longer lucky. The happiest is one of the champions who receives a pioneer scarf a day or two before the holidays.

That's how he celebrated and celebrated November 29 – Republic Day, in a country that no longer exists, and at that time was a very big holiday …

It has been celebrated for almost six decades as a national SFRY holiday, and was officially abolished after more than ten years since the dissolution of this community in November 2002.

The date entered history on November 29, 1943, when the AVNOJ Second Session at Jajce was held, where decisions were made on the federal structure of Yugoslavia, and the royal government was banned from returning to the country.

On that day, Josip Broz Tito, Secretary General of the Yugoslav Communist Party and Supreme Commander of the Yugoslavian National Liberation Army and Partisan Detachment, proclaimed the Marshals of Yugoslavia.

Pioneer vows

Today, when I became a pioneer,

I give a distinguished pioneer word

that I will teach and work diligently,

respect for parents and parents,

and become a loyal and honest friend,

who holds that word.

That I will love our own homeland

The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia,

that I will develop brotherhood and unity

and ideas that Tito fought for;

that I will respect everyone in the world

who wants freedom and peace!

The last time this holiday was marked in Serbia in 2001, because it was deleted by Parliament only in mid-November of the following year.

(Courier.rs/ Photo: Youtube printscreen)

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