Sefrovitch, Capt. A.V.
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The plight of Serbia and Montenegro, two countries which used to be one, separated by the invasion of the Turks. Some historical background to these two countries. The current situation. Montenegro's King now the guest of France. The speaker's publication of a protest in the American papers against some false rumours and false insinuations which aim to harm his country, and in the same protest he describes his country's army and their battles. Characteristics of the Montenegrins. Lack of medical aid. Why the Serbians and Montenegrins have made such good soldiers. Slaughters and cruelties perpetrated against these people, accompanied by photographs. The Montenegrin woman and her work. The lack of modern warfare equipment and ammunition. The Canadian soldiers. What these countries owe to others, and will not be forgotten.