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Discussion in 'The Members Lounge' started by Canadian_Super_Patriot, Jun 12, 2007.

  1. Canadian_Super_Patriot

    Canadian_Super_Patriot recruit

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    My dad got this when he was peacekeeping in former Yugoslavia. Any idea what it says ?
     
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    Proletarians, Zemalija could be the nation or world and Ujedinite be united ?! I don´t be so skilled with croatian language. It´s definitely a rare flag of Tito´s party, nice one :wink:

    So,

    -Proletarians be united to a nation or
    -Proletarians of the world be united ??

    SKJ means Savez komunista Jugoslavije / League of Communists of Yugoslavia

    Regards,
    Che.
     
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    "Workers of the World, Unite!"
     
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    Proletarians of all nations, unite yourselves is the literal translation, though that yourselves can be dropped without any problems.
     
  5. Canadian_Super_Patriot

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    Its a 40x20cm flag with a wooden stick attached. My dad got it at a train station in Croatia.

    In addition to that I have a communist Yugoslavia flag lying around somewhere, yugoslav tourist guides, and various other stuff from the region.
     
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    While you are talking translations, any of you know what this is? from same area of the world. the wording looks something like'PAEHA ROPA' but I could be wrong.
    (Larger pic than actual size.)
     

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