Discussion in 'The Members Lounge' started by Canadian_Super_Patriot, Jun 12, 2007.
My dad got this when he was peacekeeping in former Yugoslavia. Any idea what it says ?
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:
-Proletarians be united to a nation or
-Proletarians of the world be united ??
SKJ means Savez komunista Jugoslavije / League of Communists of Yugoslavia
"Workers of the World, Unite!"
Proletarians of all nations, unite yourselves is the literal translation, though that yourselves can be dropped without any problems.
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.
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.)