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Hi I have recently published my debut novel, "A Safe Haven" which is based on my dad's memoirs during the former Yugoslavia in the 2nd World War. It’s a story that anyone with Serbian roots would empathise. My dad, Dragoslav Pantic, was born in Štitare, Kruševac and the novel is a fictionalised account of his memoirs from the age of 13 as war breaks out in Europe. He joined the Royalist Serbian Army at 17 but the army, outnumbered by communist forces, retreated to Italy. They were placed in various internment camps until they were eventually sent to England for re-settlement. Britic magazine have recently featured an article about the book. Aleks Simic for Britic writes: *********** “Angela Lambourne is a retired local government finance officer. Married to David and with daughter Zoe she has lived in High Wycombe all her life. Retirement for her did not mean day time television and a bit more time to potter about in the garden, retirement to her meant time to complete a 15 year long project which was to finish her debut novel. So why is this of interest to Britic? Well Angela’s father was Serb WWII immigrant Dragoslav Pantic and her novel called “A Safe Haven” is based on his life and experiences. Something that we as a community have failed miserably to do is to trace the first steps that we took on these shores, how and why we got here and the trials and tribulations of building a new life in a strange new land. Angela does just that in her book and was inspired by the idea that a generation of brave and dedicated people should be remembered. “I feel so passionate that the Serbians who fought for King and Country should not be forgotten,” she told Britic. Angela continues, “ Most people think that because of all the war stories out there, there are no more original tales to tell, but this is one story begging to be to told.” The years since the 1990’s and the wars that tore up Yugoslavia and devastated the reputation of Serbs was also a driving force in her writing and she believes that, “For too long now the Serbian people have had a bad press and I think the time is long overdue for the Serbian people to be un-demonised.” ************** If anyone is interested in the book it is available to order through www.feedaread.com. Or www.amazon.com. It is also available to order through all major bookstores. An e-reader edition is also available either on Kobo or Amazon Kindle. I would be only too pleased to have any feedback passed back to me. Many regards Angela Lambourne.
Nenade, Procitao sam tvoj oglas, Ja vec zivim u USA preko 50 godina i doso sam kao klinac kad mi je bilo 7. Sine, nemoj da ides u "beli svet" bez da zavrsis skolu. Svi smo imali najmanje dve takve ljubavi ali znaj ovako: ne zivi se od ljubavi, Pogotovo ako hoces da se izdignes iz siromastva onda zavrsi neku skolu a tek onda misli o ljubavi. Iskreno ti kazem. Sve najbolje.
Pozdrav svim posetiocima ovog sajta , s verom u Boga Goran Stojiljkovic www.e-icon.us
Pozdravljeni, Pronašla sam ovu adresu na netu, pa odlučila da napišem ovaj e-mail a da pitam, dali bi mi tko mogao da pomože sa informacijama. Da objasnim na kratko: pišem iz Slovenije, European Union. Tražim, da bi našla bilo koju informacijo o svom djedu, koji je bio Srb, nekoliko godina živeo u Sloveniji (oko 1950-1956 godine), jednog dana napustio našu porodicu i do pred mjesecem dana imali smo samo informaciju, da je otišao u Italiju, a zanjim izgubila se svaka slijed. Prije mjesecem dana pa smo usposavili kontak sa njegovo porodico iz Srbije, on je bio doma iz okolice Zlatibora, Čajetina/Šljivovica i oni su nam dali informacijo, da je išao u Ameriku, možda u Los Angeles. I imam veliku želju, da bi našla kakvu informaciju, dali bi se ta osuba zaista kada pojavila v Los Angelesu ili u kojom drugom kraju v Americi. A neznam, na koju instituciju da se obrnem. Nemam ni puno podataka. Moj djed bio je NEDELJKO KOSTADINOVIČ, rodžen v Čajetini, Zlatibor, majka Pavlovič Jelka, a otac Kostadinovič Luka. Nedeljko bio rođen 25. februara 1926, poslje II. svjetskog rata doša u Slovenio i školovo se za podoficira, ostvario porodicu, udao se sa Marijo Maligoj, i rodili su se moja majka Vera i njezin brat Dragan. To su svi podatci koji ja imam. Nije puno, ali ipak odlučila sam, da pokušam da nađem koju informacijo. Vjerovatno moj djed nije više živ, a bi voljela da znam, dje je umro, dje je njegov grob, dali je ostvaro novo porodicu v Americi. I kad sam vidjela web page laserbs.com, odlučila sam da pitam, dali bi možda znali da mi savjutujete kdje da pisam o tome. Puna vam hvala za biokoju informaciju. Pozdrav, Tanja
pozdrav svima, hteo sam da pitam dali ima neko nase srpsko drustvo u las vegasu.. ovde sam za buduce 2 nedelje pa reko da se nadjem sa nasim "amerikancima" :) pozz bane
Ocuuuuu iz Beograda u LA!!!
DA OSVETLAM MALO OBRAZ AKO MOGU....I knew there would be no people from the UK.Ok the site is for AMERICAN SERBS or vice verse but we can all join in I suppose.I wish you all the very best.The site is not eyecatching @first glance for sure,but good it is working at all.As for us British ,we would not even get such an idea ha,ha,ha,Good luck,keep well and any questions about London or UK I am more than happy to give answers if I can.Kind Regards xxx
I just wanted to say that I liked your list 'you know you are a Serb' very much - I had a good laugh at some of them.
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