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Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#1 Dec 9, 2013
When the Montenegrins were not helped by the Serbs.....
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_R%C5%B...

“A man's character is his fate”

Since: Jun 10

Heraclitus

#2 Dec 9, 2013
Did you know that Marko Miljanov was a great admirer of Albanians (of Montenegro)....

“A man's character is his fate”

Since: Jun 10

Heraclitus

#3 Dec 9, 2013
"Marko Miljanov had a high respect for Albanian Catholic tribes that were immediate neighbors of his tribe, Kuchi, the Albanians of Koja e Kuçit; therefore his book: Life and the Customs of Albanians, describes and explains their daily life."..........

http://www.montenegrina.net/pages/pages1/knji...

Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#4 Dec 9, 2013
The_Baron wrote:
"Marko Miljanov had a high respect for Albanian Catholic tribes that were immediate neighbors of his tribe, Kuchi, the Albanians of Koja e Kuçit; therefore his book: Life and the Customs of Albanians, describes and explains their daily life."..........
http://www.montenegrina.net/pages/pages1/knji...
Marko Miljanov hailed from the Vlach tribes of Montenegro(this according to Petar Vlahovic)which were in contact with the Albanian tribes....
the tribe shape of life, is strictly attributed to the Vlachs and Albanians.....
anti_sotona

Vrhnika, Slovenia

#5 Dec 9, 2013

Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#6 Dec 9, 2013
On December 4, 1879, the best part of the Montenegrin army of four thousand soldiers under the command of Mark Milan, launched a furious attack at Nokshiq sector. Albanian Military Headquarters of the League, made up of Ali Pasha of Guci (chairman), Jakup Ferri, Sulejman Vokshi, Haxhi Zeka, Filip Çeka, Jusuf Sokoli and others, among whom there were few career officers, responded by jumping on the attack about 2 thousand fighters. The most severe fighting took place in Nokshiq valley, where many Montenegrin troops were involved. Fighters clashed so fiercely with each other, as both sides put aside rifles and started fighting with their yataghan’s, clashed with each other body against the body. Fighting continued for several hours. Albanian League volunteer forces stopped the Montenegrin army attack and defeated Mark Milans Army at Nokshiq and caused heavy damage in his Army thus forcing them to retreat within the borders of Montenegro. The Montenegrins had about 300 killed and drowned in the river of Limi during withdrawal, while the Albanians 300-400 people. In these fights was killed by one of the prominent commanders of the army of the League, Jakup Ferri.

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Since: Jun 10

Heraclitus

#7 Dec 9, 2013
anti_sotona wrote:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S iege_of_Scutari
"Montenegro mobilized its troops and prepared to attack the Ottoman forces in Albania directly to the south.

It also enlisted the support of Catholic Albanian tribes across the border who had been fighting the Turkish armies for centuries. Catholic tribes from Northern Albania (Kastrati, together with Hoti and Grude) joined the forces of Kingdom of Montenegro."

“A man's character is his fate”

Since: Jun 10

Heraclitus

#8 Dec 9, 2013
about a month ago:

New conflicts between Albanian Catholic and Muslim students in Montenegro

http://www.balkanchronicle.com/index.php/worl...
anti_sotona

Vrhnika, Slovenia

#9 Dec 9, 2013
albanian propaganda

Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#10 Dec 9, 2013
The_Baron wrote:
<quoted text>
"Montenegro mobilized its troops and prepared to attack the Ottoman forces in Albania directly to the south.
It also enlisted the support of Catholic Albanian tribes across the border who had been fighting the Turkish armies for centuries. Catholic tribes from Northern Albania (Kastrati, together with Hoti and Grude) joined the forces of Kingdom of Montenegro."
After the annexetion of Hoti,Plava,Gucia,Gruda 1913
Montenegrin authority made in a very large scale massacres against the tribe Albanians of Montenegro, but the hardest hit was that of the Krasniqi,who majority of males were killed, or was cut the nose...
lulu

UK

#11 Dec 9, 2013
The_Baron wrote:
Did you know that Marko Miljanov was a great admirer of Albanians (of Montenegro)....
His mother was Albanian, wasn't she?

Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#12 Dec 9, 2013
The_Baron wrote:
about a month ago:
New conflicts between Albanian Catholic and Muslim students in Montenegro
http://www.balkanchronicle.com/index.php/worl...
a bit of fundamentalism, we kill for trivial reasons, but not for religion....

Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#13 Dec 9, 2013
lulu wrote:
<quoted text>
His mother was Albanian, wasn't she?
She was.
itsmeblimey

UK

#14 Dec 9, 2013
The_Baron wrote:
"Marko Miljanov had a high respect for Albanian Catholic tribes that were immediate neighbors of his tribe, Kuchi, the Albanians of Koja e Kuçit; therefore his book: Life and the Customs of Albanians, describes and explains their daily life."..........
http://www.montenegrina.net/pages/pages1/knji...
i would like to read this in English but even googletranslate hates Cyrillic...
anti_sotona

Vrhnika, Slovenia

#15 Dec 9, 2013
stupid albanian propaganda
librarybooks

UK

#16 Dec 9, 2013
anti_sotona wrote:
stupid albanian propaganda
are u callin The baron stupid, for telling it how it is? grow up , little boy..enough of your tantrums now...

“A man's character is his fate”

Since: Jun 10

Heraclitus

#17 Dec 9, 2013
lulu wrote:
<quoted text>
His mother was Albanian, wasn't she?
Marko was born into a distinguished family in the village of Medun of the Kuci clan (in present-day Podgorica municipality, Montenegro), which at the time was independent from the Ottoman Empire as well as the direct rule of Petar II Petrovic-Njegoš.

He had a Serb, Orthodox Christian father and an Albanian, Roman Catholic mother.

Miljanov wrote that during an attack by the Montenegrin Prince Danilo on the Kuchi clan (Miljanov's clan), the Kuchi's shouted: "Do not attack your Serb brother, o Montenegrins, may your cheek be black, as it is if you act so against your brother!".

Message to the Austrian ambassador to Montenegro: "Tell that Austrian deputy, to tell his Emperor, should God turn him over to good, to then unite the Serbdom: Bosnia and 'Erzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Old Serbia, and to make that the Serb Kingdom.

“Kosova, gjaku im qe nuk falet!”

Since: Sep 09

Kosova, Albania

#18 Dec 9, 2013
Oh poor teddy, still thinks looney gay, who resides in an occupied land of Vojvodina is interested in discussing anything. This coward, whose genocidal government expelled Catholic Croats and Hungarians in Vojvodina, barks all day long about 'Christianity'. The troll and coward of servia forum is interested to create divisions between albanians using religion but this looney doesnt carw avout the fact that servia harmed mostly its Christian neighbours. My advice: stop feeding the looney and lifting his wortheless threads.
anti_sotona

Vrhnika, Slovenia

#19 Dec 9, 2013
librarybooks wrote:
<quoted text>are u callin The baron stupid, for telling it how it is? grow up , little boy..enough of your tantrums now...
stupid albanian monkey

i said albanians spread stopid propaganda do you understand now?

“A man's character is his fate”

Since: Jun 10

Heraclitus

#20 Dec 9, 2013
itsmeblimey wrote:
<quoted text>i would like to read this in English but even googletranslate hates Cyrillic...
Well, in this chapter Marko Miljanov is talking about Montenegrin Albanian hospitality and heroism.....
__________

During the time of Grand visier Bushati of Shkodra, there was one Arbanas Haiduk from Hoti catholic tribe from Montenegro who attacked the Turkish caravans and Bushati offered a good prize for catching him. When they brought him to the Bushati, vezier said "Now i will kill you", Arbanas said :"Ela!, Go for it !" When the executor lifted his axe, Bushati said "Tell me please one thing...have you ever had biggest hardness and misery ever in your life than now ?"....."Yes, i was twice..."..."Twice ?, what could be harder than this now ?"..."Two times friends came to my house and i couldn't give bread to them, and they went to sleep without dinner. That was harder than this. Because this today will pass away, and that will not pass ever..."

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