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  Milan M. Rakić, famous Serbian poet and diplomat. Rakić was Serbian consul in Priština prior to the First Balkan War; in late October 1912 he was enrolled as volunteer
in the Serbian army and was the first Serbian soldier to enter into Priština abandoned by the Ottoman army.
Gavrilo Dožić, Metropolitan of Raška-Prizren since 1911 was leading the solemn entrance of Serbian and Montenegrin dignitaries in the liberated Patriarchate of Peć in 1912.
He was Metropolitan of Montenegro 1920 and eventually Serbian Patriarch 1938–1950. During the World War ii Patriarch Gavrilo was first interned by Nazis and at the end of
the war sent to Dachau concentration camp in Germany.
Serbian and Montenegrin soldiers in Djakovica
Serdar Janko Vukotić, Montenegrin general who liberated the city of Peć and the Patriarchate of Peć
    Solemn entrance of Serbs into the liberated the Patriarchate of Peć, 1913

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