Il Corriere di Trieste

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Triest gedenkt seiner österreichisch-ungarischen Gefallenen am 13. November 2022 | Trieste commemorates its Austro-Hungarian fallen on 13 November 2022
Triest gedenkt seiner österreichisch-ungarischen Gefallenen am 13. November 2022 | Trieste commemorates its Austro-Hungarian fallen on 13 November 2022

Triest gedenkt seiner österreichisch-ungarischen Gefallenen am 13. November 2022 | Trieste commemorates its Austro-Hungarian fallen on 13 November 2022

On Sunday, 13 November 2022, at 11AM, in the Austro-Hungarian military cemetery of Prosek-Prosecco, takes place the traditional commemoration of the fallen.

Commemorazione 2021 dei Caduti austro-ungarici di Trieste, del Litorale austriaco e dei popoli fratelli // 2021 Ceremony for the Austrian-Hungarian fallen from Trieste, from the Austrian Littoral, and from their brother folks
Commemorazione 2021 dei Caduti austro-ungarici di Trieste, del Litorale austriaco e dei popoli fratelli // 2021 Ceremony for the Austrian-Hungarian fallen from Trieste, from the Austrian Littoral, and from their brother folks

Commemorazione 2021 dei Caduti austro-ungarici di Trieste, del Litorale austriaco e dei popoli fratelli // 2021 Ceremony for the Austrian-Hungarian fallen from Trieste, from the Austrian Littoral, and from their brother folks

Commemorazione 2021 dei Caduti austro-ungarici di Trieste, del Litorale austriaco e dei popoli fratelli Prosek / Prosecco (Trieste), 12 novembre 2021. – Anche quest’anno, a causa della pandemìa Covid-19, è rinviata a data da destinarsi la tradizionale commemorazione pubblica pluriconfessionale (cristiana,…

Commemorazione 2020 dei Caduti austro-ungarici di Trieste, del Litorale austriaco e dei popoli fratelli // 2020 Ceremony for the Austrian-Hungarian fallen from Trieste, from the Austrian Littoral, and from their brother folks
Commemorazione 2020 dei Caduti austro-ungarici di Trieste, del Litorale austriaco e dei popoli fratelli // 2020 Ceremony for the Austrian-Hungarian fallen from Trieste, from the Austrian Littoral, and from their brother folks

Commemorazione 2020 dei Caduti austro-ungarici di Trieste, del Litorale austriaco e dei popoli fratelli // 2020 Ceremony for the Austrian-Hungarian fallen from Trieste, from the Austrian Littoral, and from their brother folks

Commemorazione 2020 dei Caduti austro-ungarici di Trieste, del Litorale austriaco e dei popoli fratelli Trieste, 7 novembre 2020. – Quest’anno, a causa della pandemìa Covid-19, è rinviata a data da destinarsi anche la tradizionale commemorazione pubblica pluriconfessionale (cristiana, ebraica, islamica) dei…

Trieste: selection of 18 photos from the exhibit about Austria-Hungary’s submarines
Trieste: selection of 18 photos from the exhibit about Austria-Hungary’s submarines

Trieste: selection of 18 photos from the exhibit about Austria-Hungary’s submarines

In June 2019 the Free Trieste Movement hosted in the club at the first floor of its piazza della Borsa 7 office the historical photo exhibit “1914-18: Trieste and Austria-Hungary’s submarines” organized by Civiltà Mitteleuropea and curated by Alessandro Mlach.…

1908-1918: the soldiers from Bosnia and Herzegovina in Trieste and on the Southern Front in 26 selected photos
1908-1918: the soldiers from Bosnia and Herzegovina in Trieste and on the Southern Front in 26 selected photos

1908-1918: the soldiers from Bosnia and Herzegovina in Trieste and on the Southern Front in 26 selected photos

By Alessandro Mlach In 1903, Austria-Hungary established four Infantry Regiments from Bosnia and Herzegovina, with soldiers of all faiths: Muslims (the majority), Jews, Roman Catholics, and Orthodox Serbs. Starting in 1908, three battalions of the 4th Regiment, from Mostar, served…

Trieste: photo exhibit about the soldiers from Bosnia and Herzegovina 1908 – 1918
Trieste: photo exhibit about the soldiers from Bosnia and Herzegovina 1908 – 1918

Trieste: photo exhibit about the soldiers from Bosnia and Herzegovina 1908 – 1918

Photo exhibit 1908-1918: the soldiers from Bosnia and Herzegovina in Trieste and on the Southern Front 1917: Emperor Karl I decorates Bosnian soldiers In 1903, Austria-Hungary established four Infantry Regiments from Bosnia and Herzegovina, the soldiers were of all faiths:…