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PE(>A HOBAKOBUR RELJA NOVAKOVIC | HENO3HAaTH | GP AHCKK APEBHM CPBH HA BPUTAHCKOM TAY aN UNKNOWN CRNJANSKI THE ANCIENT SERBS ON THE BRITISH SOIL PRETHISTORIJA — PRETKAMBRIJ PRETHISTORUA Kuteere © Vedra naan u Suse a = Mletho cabe etme ‘Sani ete soba } a ‘Melie Mags Ba) palate sc 3. ean Stedai a alate 2 eda Gs Sui KvARTAR | paleo inate cine Ridara “Note ie Vai Sibel ‘Posen eilne: View Se Rime Peat le, a ‘Resa Bat) Val. Gonca SNe: = al oali iene Hert: SRR tate Chie «Olan ‘en Mota «aa ea Grats» fee eae oe atte as Rie Bee, Racal Ait Ga Be Pera vate BEER sens Bp Sse « Ler, Spe bie < ha Ce DB irs Vie ote ieee Hint oat a Casbah Lil Manag st Poe Goa crap oie ene Sah Garantie "ele SSS “dealin Japa" tr Ses Raper Be eee ee ll Soa el Ss Lapa Mosserien mes encen saeaguien Aeseticen ‘Rbevlien (Chellten) ‘TERCHIAR, ali Tipe Hero mITO ce BpaTHo 13 Eurnecke Upwanckn je 1964. rojlue OGjasno y HMH-y - ene- nujanHo 3a HAH- nexonuxo pHsora Lon OBAM HaciOBUMa: “Hoyac 0 KocoscKoj 6mm” (12.7.1964.); “Apxeomome pe3e Bamkana” (23.8.1964.);“Bexycku ‘par y Bpwrannju” (04.10.1964.); “Orkyy ToTHTy MMeHa HalIMX pexa u Opna” (01.11.1964). Ilpaaukom nojase npsor upnaora (Hoysc 0 KocoscKoj Gunn) peyakuwja HMH-a urram- naga je 4 oby Hauomeny: “Tlec- HHK HM poMaHcujep Munzon Lpmancxu ynyrHo je pemaK- uuju HMH-a tp rexera, na- nucava cnenujanuo 3a Ham auc. IIppm nogysku Texcr 06- jazmyjemo y oBom Gpojy” (12.7.1964, c. 8-9). Kosmxo ce ceham, Bect fa ce I[pmaxcku Bpaha y Jyrocna- RMjy H3a3Basa je BEMMKO HHTEpe- conawe u y36yhewe youmre, noce6HoO y KpyrOBHMa KibH- xepuuka. Hapapno, mmnmocr Takbor riaca M yrmeqa o4e- kupanta je ca Hecrpmerem Hy KpyroByMa MOmMTHSapa M MHTe- aurennunje y mmpem cmneny. Cant cy O¥eKHRAaNM Ja JOKMRE H 4Yjy ura he LIpranckn pehn kajl ce MOCcHe TOIHKO TOMHa HOHOBO Habe y 3€MIbu CROje MiajlOCTH. Oun Koj cy ra nosHapann Kao SH4HOCT M3y3eTHe MATCIH- Before his return from England Crnjanski published in 1964 NIN - exclusively for NIN - several supplements under these titles: “Knoles about the Battle of Kosovo” (July 17 1964); “Arch- elogical Connections of the Balkans” (August 23 1964); “The Vendian Trace in Britain” (October 4 1964); “Where do the Names ef our Rivers and Hills Origina‘e from?” (November 11 1964). On the occasion of the first of these supplements (Knoles about the Battle of Kosovo) the editorial office of NIN published this note too: “The poet and novelist Milosh Crnjanski has sent to the editorial office of “NIN” three texts, written especially for our journal. The first longer text we are publishing in this issue”. (July 12 1964, p. 8-9). As far as | remember it, the news that Crnjanski would return. to Yugoslavia raised a great interest and excitement generally, especially in literary circles. Of course, a person of such a fame and reputation was waited for also in the circles of politicians and inteligentsia in a broader sense. All expected to experience and hear what Crnjanski would say when he is after so many years in the country of his youth. Those who had known him as a person