She escaped Yugoslavia with 6 children in 1919. to America: They got their first bread and took this photo (PHOTO)
The photo published in newspapers on that day reveals the face of a mother and little children while they eat their first bread in United States
This archived photo from 1919. captures the moment when mother with six children first stepped on American soil, where they came with hope for better future, like all emigrants.
SECRET INGREDIENT SERBIAN OF ARMY THAT WE ALL HAVE IN THE HOUSE: This is how we fought the Austro-Hungarians in the First World War
There is no reliable data for the first Serbian migrants in USA, but Jovan Miskovic is mentioned in the archives who was in Louisiana and New Mexico in 1740, while the famouse leader of Texas revolution Djordje Sagic, who later took the name Dzordz Fiser, came to America in 1814.
Bilo jednom u Americi... Imigranti iz Jugoslavije. American dream - kora hljeba i sunce tudjeg neba. Godina 1919. pic.twitter.com/pkUXeKZo4C
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