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Српски / srpski: Ilustrovana ratna kronika je list koji je izlazio 1912. i 1913. godine u Novom Sadu, kao svojevrsna spomenica na Balkanske ratove. Ovaj list je trebao da služi kao spomenik, za tadašnja i sva buduća pokolenja, koji bi u slici i reči prikazao veliku borbu Srba za oslobođenje svoje zemlje. Zbog toga je on sadržao veliki broj ratnih fotografija, koje su prikazivale vojnike, slike sa bojišta i slično. Takođe, časopis je donosio i vojne karte, fotografije civilnih lica, rodoljubive pesme i priče, opise oslobođenih mesta i sve što je moglo bliže da približi ratna dešavanja, koja su u tom trenutku trajala.
English: The Illustrated War Chronicle is a paper that was published in 1912 and 1913 in Novi Sad, as a kind of monument to the Balkan wars. This paper was supposed to serve as a monument, for then and all future generations, which would show in pictures and words the great struggle of Serbs for the liberation of their country. Because of that, it contained a large number of war photographs, which showed soldiers, pictures from the battlefield, and the like. Also, the magazine brought military maps, photographs of civilians, patriotic songs and stories, descriptions of liberated places, and everything that could bring closer the events of the war, which were going on at that time.
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Časopis „Ilustrovana ratna kronika”, koji je izlazio u vreme Balkanskih ratova 1912-1913. godine. Svih 50 svezaka čuvaju se u Biblioteci grada Beograda, u odeljenju Periodika.

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