Danilo Kis is Jewish and Serbian and half-Hungarian and once-Yugoslavian—ergo, European.
In it we crossed the Croatian lines, then the Serbian lines.
The pilot (Serbian with long experience) had been dozing during the flight and was still disoriented when attempting to land.
Rarely does one get to read a story originally written in Serbian, much less Rhaeto-Romanic or Galician.
My own favorite memory of him dates from the 1990s, when he famously tongue-lashed Serbian dictator Slobodan Milosevic.
On 3rd October the enemy's big guns were placed in position, and the Serbian trenches were pounded to dust.
Consequently they were only able to receive the Serbian attack with rifle fire.
The Serbian gunners were evidently bent on giving as good as they received.
On the morning of December 11, 1914, the Serbian advance began.
The Serbian soldiers and the Serbian people will never forget him.