Saturday, February 06, 2010

The Scotsman: "Dr Elizabeth Ross - the Scottish saint of Serbia "

Each year, the Serbian people remember & honor the British doctors & nurses who gave their lives to support the Serbs during the First World War, including the bravery of Dr. Elizabeth Ross. More at The Scotsman

And Dr. Elizabeth Ross wasn't the only Scottish saint of Serbia worthy of admiration and thanks.

During WWI, Dr. Elsie Inglis helped organize 13 Scottish Women's Hospitals in France, Belgium, Serbia, Greece (Macedonia), and Russia (Romania). Read more about her here on

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

The Gutless Wonders At Amnesty International

Grey Falcon Blog describes what happens when you try to submit a film of what's happening to Serbs in Kosovo to Amnesty International's "Human Rights Art Festival". If you aren't a political correct ethnic group, then they decide that you aren't "human"!