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66 Years Later, a Bronze Star for a hero from Queens

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October 14, 2010, 12:57 pm

66 Years Later, a Bronze Star for a hero from Queens


George Vujnovich, 95, at home in Jackson Heights.
Photographs by Uli Seit for The New York Times
George Vujnovich at home in Jackson Heights, Queens. On Sunday, he is to receive a Bronze Star for his role in a daring rescue of more than 500 Allied forces airmen during World War II.
For more than 50 years, George Vujnovich was a mild-mannered salesman working away at his small business in Queens and living a quiet life on a quiet block in Jackson Heights. He never spoke, even to his closest friends, about his secret role organizing one of the greatest rescue missions of World War II.

“There was a strict rule in the O.S.S. and not talk about these things — they teach you to compartmentalize them and lock them away,” Mr. Vujnovich said.

The O.S.S. was the Office of Strategic Services — a precursor to the Central Intelligence Agency. And what Mr. Vujnovich kept locked away all these years was his key role as the operations officer for Operation Halyard, a daring rescue of more than 500 Allied forces airmen during World War II in Nazi-occupied Yugoslavia.

Mr. Vujnovich’s efforts went unrecognized because the operation was kept secret by the United States military until a few years ago. But now, 66 years after that summer of 1944, he will receive the Bronze Star for his service, in a ceremony on Sunday afternoon at the Cathedral of St. Sava, a Serbian Orthodox church on West 26th Street in Manhattan.

“Better now than never,” Mr. Vujnovich, 95, said on Wednesday at his home on 87th Street in Jackson Heights. He adjusted himself on the couch and with a still-clear mind and a sharp memory, he recounted how he trained agents to infiltrate the Nazi-occupied region and organize an airlift of 512 downed airmen, from a hastily cleared runway on a mountaintop.
Mr. Vujnovich in 1943, on a visit to his home in Jackson Heights.
Mr. Vujnovich on a visit home in 1943.
The airmen had been sheltered from the Nazis for months in farmhouses, with the help of Draza Mihailovic, the Yugoslav guerrilla leader who was a political enemy with Josip Broz Tito, the Communist leader of the partisans in Yugoslavia. The United States government’s support for Tito over Mihailovic complicated the rescue mission and prevented it from being publicized afterward, he said.

“His story was kept behind the scenes for many years because of the politics of the time, and the divisiveness within Yugoslavia,” said Representative Joseph Crowley, whose district includes Jackson Heights and who petitioned the Army in July to award Mr. Vujnovich the Bronze Star.

“It’s a story that has everything: espionage, intrigue, Roosevelt, Tito, Churchill, Stalin,” Mr. Crowley said. “To me it’s just amazing: it has cloak-and-dagger, and the hush-hush of the O.S.S.”

Mr. Vujnovich may well be last living rescuer from Operation Halyard, said Lt. Col. Steven Oluic of the United States Army, who helped research and prepare the application for Mr. Vujnovich’s award.

Mr. Vujnovich was born to Serbian immigrant parents in 1915 in a Serbian section of Pittsburgh, and in the mid-1930s he traveled to Belgrade to study. After experiencing the bombing of Belgrade by the Germans in April 1941, he and his future wife, Mirjana, fled, and traveled from Budapest to Turkey to Jerusalem, and around Africa, often barely escaping German forces. Mr. Vujnovich joined the Army and quickly became a second lieutenant, and was then asked to join the O.S.S. He was flown to Virginia and told he would be picked up on a specific street to be taken to a secret training academy known as The Farm.

“They told me to stand on a certain corner and that I’d be picked up in a car with darkened windows and taken to The Farm,” he said. “They told me to put a flower in my lapel and tuck a newspaper under my left arm.”

Mr. Vujnovich was stationed in Bari, Italy. Mirjana stayed in Washington as a secretary at the Yugoslav Embassy, where she was privy to communications from Yugoslavia to United States officials claiming that there were more than 100 American airmen trapped there. Mirjana wrote to her husband. He contacted Air Force officials and began planning a rescue mission.

The trapped airmen had been shot down while on bombing runs to the Romanian oil fields that supplied the Germans. Many airmen abandoned their planes and parachuted into a Nazi-occupied area in what is now Serbia and were shepherded to a mountainous, wooded region — and a measure of safety — by the forces of General Mihailovich.

Washington officials prevented Mr. Vujnovich himself from from going in as an agent, but he began recruiting and training Serbian-speaking agents to blend in, after parachuting into the region where they would help organize the airlift rescue out.

“I taught these agents they had to take all the tags off their clothing,” he said. “They were carrying Camel and Lucky Strikes cigarettes, and holding U.S. currency. I told them to get rid of it. I had to show them how to tie their shoes and tuck the laces in, like the Serbs did, and how to eat like the Serbs, pushing the food onto their fork with the knife.”

The men helped clear a runway and helped guide in the C-47 transport planes sent in to pick up the stranded airmen.

After the war, the Tito regime tried General Mihailovich on charges of treason and executed him in 1946, despite protests from many of the airmen who said General Mihailovich had saved them from the Nazis. President Harry S. Truman posthumously awarded him the Legion of Merit medal, which was not delivered until 2005, when Mr. Vujnovich and other veterans presented it to the general’s daughter, Gordana Mihailovich. A 2007 book by Gregory A. Freeman, “The Forgotten 500,” helped publicize the mission.

The commotion over his World War II service has brightened his life, Mr. Vujnovich said. A few years back, he traveled to Belgrade with others veterans for a commemoration of Operation Halyard. He has lived all these years in the house he bought in 1950 for $17,000. Mirjana died eight years ago, and the days pass quietly in the living room filled with historical books.

“It’s not something I felt the need to talk about, after the war,” he said. “What was frustrating was that Mihailovich never got credit, because he saved so many American lives.”

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Најава: Епископ Константин у Салцбургу



Покров Пресвете Богородице, 14. октобар 2010.

Најава: Епископ Константин у Салцбургу


У Салцбургу се гради нови храм Покрова Пресвете Богородице


(ХИЛДЕСХАЈМ-ХИМЕЛСТИР) У недељу 17. октобра Његово Преосвештенство Епископ средњоевропски Г. Константин служиће у 10 часова Свету Литургију у старом храму Српске православне црквене општине у Салцбургу (Bürgerspitalplatz 2 5020 Salzburg). Храм je овој Црквеној општини на коришћење дала Римокатоличка црква, а Црквена општина гради нови храм, посвећен Покрову Пресвете Богородице. Овај празник Српска православна црква управо данас прославља.


Г. Епископ Константин ће у недељу након Свете Литургије у 13 часова осветити звона новог храма (Schmiedingerstraße 52, 5020 Salzburg). Подизање храма Пресвете Богородице у Салцбургу финансира се искључиво од добровољних прилога, а без кредита, на плацу који је исплаћен још 2006. године.


Његовом Преосвештенству у недељу ће саслуживати протојереј Србољуб Ђокић, парох салцбуршки, и ђакон Славиша Божић из Беча.



О празнику Покрова Пресвете Богородице


Иконографска представа Покрова Пресвете Богородице

Данаши празник, Покров Пресвете Богородице, којем је посвећен и храм у Салцбургу, везан је за један догађај из доба владавине источно-римског цара Лава Мудрог. Године 911. једном свеноћном бденију у пуној цркви Влахерне у Цариграду присуствовао је и Свети Андреј Јуродиви са својим учеником Епифанијем. У четврти час ноћи изнад народа се појавила Пресвета Богородица са распростртим омофором у рукама, као да покрива народ. Сва је блистала у неисказаном сјају, окружена апостолима, светитељима, мученицама и девицама. Свети Андреј, видећи Пресвету Богородицу, показа на њу руком блаженом Епифанију. Данашњи празник је установљен да подсећа на тај догађај, али и на непрекидно покровитељство Пресвете Богородице над хришћанским родом. Њена помоћ, како појединцима тако и народима, безброј пута је потврђена.


Покров Пресвете Богородице је слава манастира Пећка Патријаршија. Овај празник је такође и еснафска слава воскара.





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15. Oktober 2010

Hillary Clinton: „Orthodoxes Erbe muss aufbewahrt werden“. US-Außenministerin besucht Kloster Gracanica

Bischof Konstantin kommt nach Salzburg

Liturgie in Roma-Sprache in Novi Sad

Hillary Clinton: „Orthodoxes Erbe muss aufbewahrt werden“. US-Außenministerin besucht Kloster Gracanica


Bischof Teodosije (1. v.l.) und Hillary Clinton (3. v.l.) vor den mittelalterlichen Fresken von Gracanica


(KLOSTER GRACANICA) Die Außenministerin der USA, Hillary Clinton, hat am 13. Oktober das derzeitige Zentrum der Diözese Raszien-Prizren im Kosovo-Metohija besucht: das berühmte Kloster Gracanica (13. Jh.). Dort empfing sie der Vikarbischof der Diözese, Bischof Teodosije von Lipljan.


Im Gespräch mit Clinton sagte Bischof Teodosije, dass die Serben Hilfe bräuchten, um ins Kosovo zurückkehren zu können. Zweitens bräuchten sie Unterstützung bei der Aufrechterhaltung und dem Schutz ihrer Kirchen und Klöster. Nach Angaben der Diözese Raszien-Prizren habe Clinton Hilfe durch die US-Regierung in Aussicht gestellt. Sie sagte, dass eines der wichtigsten Ziele ihres Besuchs sei, auf die Wichtigkeit des serbischen Kulturerbes hinzuweisen, das für die Zukunft aufbewahrt werden müsse.


Bischof Teodosije hat Hillary Clinton auch die Klosterkirche gezeigt, die mit Fresken aus dem 13. Jh. ausgemalt ist. Das Kloster gehört zum UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe.

Bischof Konstantin kommt nach Salzburg


In Salzburg wird ein neues Gotteshaus gebaut.


(HILDESHEIM-HIMMELSTHÜR) Am kommenden Sonntag, dem 17. Oktober, um 10 Uhr wird Bischof Konstantin (Djokic) von Mitteleuropa die Heilige Liturgie in der serbischen orthodoxen Kirche in Salzburg (Bürgerspitalplatz 2, 5020 Salzburg) zelebrieren. Das Gotteshaus wurde der Serbischen Orthodoxen Kirchengemeinde von der Römisch-katholischen Kirche zur Verfügung gestellt. Die Kirchengemeinde baut zurzeit ein eigenes Gotteshaus, das der Obhut der Allheiligen Gottesgebärerin (Pokrov) gewidmet ist. Dieses Fest wird in der Serbischen Orthodoxen Kirche (SOK) gerade heute gefeiert.


Bischof Konstantin wird am Sonntag um 13 Uhr auch die Glocken der neuen Kirche (Schmiedingerstraße 52, 5020 Salzburg) weihen.



Das Fest der Obhut der Allheiligen Gottesgebärerin


Ikonographische Darstellung der Obhut der Allheiligen Gottesgebärerin

Das heutige Fest, das Schutzfest der Allheiligen Gottesgebärerin, dem auch die Kirche in Salzburg gewidmet ist, verbindet man mit einem Ereignis aus dem Jahr 911. In der Blachernenkirche nahm eines Nachts der Heilige Andreas „Narr um Christi Willen“ mit seinem Schüler Epiphanios an einem Vigilgottesdienst teil. In seiner Vision sah der Heilige Andreas die Allheilige Gottesgebärerin und Immerjungfrau Maria in ihrer Herrlichkeit, wie Sie ihr Schultertuch über das betende Volk schützend ausbreitet. Dies zeigte der Heilige Andreas seinem Schüler, der es auch sah. Das heutige Fest stellt eine Erinnerung an dieses Ereignis dar.


Das Schutzfest der Allheiligen Gottesgebärerin ist das Patronatsfest des Patriarchatsklosters in Pec, in dem am 3. Oktober auch Patriarch Irinej I. feierlich inthronisiert wurde. Es ist auch das Patronatsfest der Kerzenmacher.






Liturgie in Roma-Sprache in Novi Sad




Liturgie in Novi Sad


(NOVI SAD) In der Hauptstadt der nordserbischen Vojvodina wurde am 12. Oktober, dem Fest des Ehrwürdigen Kyriakos des Anachoreten, die Heilige Liturgie in der Sprache der Roma zelebriert. Der gut besuchte Gottesdienst fand in der berühmten Almas-Kirche in Novi Sad statt. Im Gottesdienst sang der Staatliche Akademische Chor „Glinka“ aus St. Petersburg.







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