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Denial and Repression of Antisemitism

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Jovan Byford

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Fig. 1.
Nikolaj Velimirović shortly after graduation from the St Sava Orthodox Seminary in Belgrade in 1902. (Source: Narodni muzej, Kraljevo)

Fig. 2.
Nikolaj Velimirović following his ordainment as Bishop of Žiča in 1919. (Source: Narodni muzej, Kraljevo)

Fig. 3.
Nikolaj Velimirović (right) in the company of Mihajlo Pupin (left), the renowned physicist, Professor at Columbia University and Serbian Consul in New York. The young woman in the picture is most probably Pupin’s daughter Varvara. The picture was taken during one of Velimirović’s visits to the United States in the 1920s. (Source: Politika)

Fig. 4.
Nikolaj Velimirović attending a public function in Kraljevo in the late 1930s. (Source: Narodni muzej,Kraljevo)

Fig. 5.
Nikolaj Velimirović in Žiča in 1940. (Source: Politika)

Fig. 6.
Nikolaj blessing a young child during a visit to London in the early 1950s (Source: Narodni muzej, Kraljevo)

Fig. 7.
Velimirović’s grave in Libertyville, Illinois, where his remains were buried between 1956 and 1991. It is at this site that Amfilohije Radović and Atanasije Jevtić are said to have experienced a ‘miracle’ in the 1970s, see Chapter 6. (Source: Narodni muzej, Kraljevo)

Fig. 8.
12 May 1991. Pilgrims worshiping Velimirović’s remains prior to their reburial in his native village of Lelić. (Source: Politika)

Fig. 9.
Belgrade, 24 May 2003: Canonisation ceremony at the Cathedral of St Sava. (Source: Danas)

Fig. 10.
Belgrade, May 2003: Pilgrims worshiping Velimirović’s holy remains at the Cathedral of St Sava. The remains were brought to Belgrade from Lelić for the canonisation ceremony. (Source: Danas)

Fig. 11.
The Orthodox Spiritual Centre Bishop Nikolaj Velimirović, Kraljevo, Serbia. The Centre is located in the house where Velimirović resided while Bishop of Žiča between 1934 and 1941. (Source: author’s collection)

Fig. 12.
Statue of Nikolaj Velimirović unveiled in March 2002 at Soko Monastery in western Serbia. The statue, three meters high is the work of sculptor Darinka Radovanović. (Source: magazine Horizont, www.casopishorizont.com)

Fig. 13.
Fresco at the Church of St Constantine and St Jelena, Voždovac, Belgrade. Painted by Milić Stanković (aka Milić od Mačve), 1989. (Source: author’s collection).

Fig. 14.
‘The New Martyrs of Jasenovac and Glina, and Bishop Nikolaj at Dachau’, Fresco at the Serbian Monastery Nova Gračanica, Grayslake, Illinois. Painted by Father Theodore Yurevitch, c.1997. (Source: Nova Gračanica Monastery).

Fig. 15.
‘Bishop Nikolaj and German Soldier in Ljubostinja’ (Author unknown).

Table des illustrations

Légende Fig. 1.Nikolaj Velimirović shortly after graduation from the St Sava Orthodox Seminary in Belgrade in 1902. (Source: Narodni muzej, Kraljevo)
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Légende Fig. 2.Nikolaj Velimirović following his ordainment as Bishop of Žiča in 1919. (Source: Narodni muzej, Kraljevo)
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Légende Fig. 3.Nikolaj Velimirović (right) in the company of Mihajlo Pupin (left), the renowned physicist, Professor at Columbia University and Serbian Consul in New York. The young woman in the picture is most probably Pupin’s daughter Varvara. The picture was taken during one of Velimirović’s visits to the United States in the 1920s. (Source: Politika)
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Légende Fig. 4.Nikolaj Velimirović attending a public function in Kraljevo in the late 1930s. (Source: Narodni muzej,Kraljevo)
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Légende Fig. 5.Nikolaj Velimirović in Žiča in 1940. (Source: Politika)
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Légende Fig. 6.Nikolaj blessing a young child during a visit to London in the early 1950s (Source: Narodni muzej, Kraljevo)
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Légende Fig. 7.Velimirović’s grave in Libertyville, Illinois, where his remains were buried between 1956 and 1991. It is at this site that Amfilohije Radović and Atanasije Jevtić are said to have experienced a ‘miracle’ in the 1970s, see Chapter 6. (Source: Narodni muzej, Kraljevo)
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Légende Fig. 8.12 May 1991. Pilgrims worshiping Velimirović’s remains prior to their reburial in his native village of Lelić. (Source: Politika)
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Légende Fig. 9.Belgrade, 24 May 2003: Canonisation ceremony at the Cathedral of St Sava. (Source: Danas)
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Légende Fig. 10.Belgrade, May 2003: Pilgrims worshiping Velimirović’s holy remains at the Cathedral of St Sava. The remains were brought to Belgrade from Lelić for the canonisation ceremony. (Source: Danas)
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Légende Fig. 11.The Orthodox Spiritual Centre Bishop Nikolaj Velimirović, Kraljevo, Serbia. The Centre is located in the house where Velimirović resided while Bishop of Žiča between 1934 and 1941. (Source: author’s collection)
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Légende Fig. 12.Statue of Nikolaj Velimirović unveiled in March 2002 at Soko Monastery in western Serbia. The statue, three meters high is the work of sculptor Darinka Radovanović. (Source: magazine Horizont, www.casopishorizont.com)
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Légende Fig. 13.Fresco at the Church of St Constantine and St Jelena, Voždovac, Belgrade. Painted by Milić Stanković (aka Milić od Mačve), 1989. (Source: author’s collection).
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Légende Fig. 14.‘The New Martyrs of Jasenovac and Glina, and Bishop Nikolaj at Dachau’, Fresco at the Serbian Monastery Nova Gračanica, Grayslake, Illinois. Painted by Father Theodore Yurevitch, c.1997. (Source: Nova Gračanica Monastery).
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Légende Fig. 15.‘Bishop Nikolaj and German Soldier in Ljubostinja’ (Author unknown).
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