Description:The film found in the heritage of Osijek producer and owner of the cinema, Ignjat Rajntaler, which is kept in the Film Archive of Austria, is actually composed of several different materials about the Serbian Army filmed during the First and the Second Balkan Wars. One can see in the film the siege of Jedren in 1912, the Serbian Army on siege positions, and Colonel Vladimir Kondic with headquarters of the Timok Division, placement of grenades on the positions and the Serbian Artillery in action, machine gun unit in action. Then, on the material from July 1913, filmed on the position Crni kamen during the Second Balkan War, Colonel Milovan Nedic with headquarters of the Morava Division of II age class can be seen, as well as the Serbian troops combating the enemy. Subsequent frames are filmed in Presevo in July 1913, just after the ending of war actions, where the onrush of the Serbian Calvary can be seen; both materials belong to the fund of the Serbian producer Djoka Bogdanovic. At the end, there is the material from the First Balkan War, most likely filmed by the Russian cameraman Samson Cernov, where we can see Prince Arsen Karadjordjevic giving commands for the onrush of the Serbian Calvary, probably on Trupalsko field near Nis.
Keywords:EFG1914 / World War I / I balkanski rat; II balkanski rat; Srpska vojska; artiljerija; konjica; knez Arsen Karađorđević; / First Balkan War; Second Balkan War; Serbian Army; Artillery; Calvary; Prince Arsen Karadjordjevic; / World War, 1914-1918 -- Balkan Peninsula / Serbia -- History -- 1804-1918