IN THE MEMORY OF KATARINA MILOVUK AND SERBIAN CHARITY

Katarina Mirjane Janicijevic, Maja Sazdanovic, Mirjana A Janicijevic Petrovic, Zoran Kovacevic

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Katarina Milovuk (Ekaterina Đorđević) was born on August 28, 1844 in Novi Sad of Serbia. She proved to be one of the first women to realize her professional potentials "outside the home hearth" in Serbia, and even more authentically as a true Serbian "Heroine of the Spirit" of the targeted fight for women's rights. With her valuable presentation and views, Katarina Milovuk attracted about 3000 ladies from the most prominent Belgrade families, who accepted the task of taking part in the medical training for girls and women to help Serbian soldiers on the battlefield, and who were more decimated by the typhus epidemic than by lethal bullets of enemies. The main opus (her aim) of her social engagement was the historical struggle for women's rights and activities in the education of women's youth in Serbia. As an active participant in social life in Serbia, she participated in the historical organization of aid for the Serbian army during the wars that Serbia was waging at the time.


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Katarina Milovuk, serbian charity and serbian patriotism, heroine for women’s rights, serbian army

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