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Secanje na obilazak ,, Kadinjace ,,

Spomen-kompleks „Kadinjaca“ kod Uzica svedoci o novembarskim danima 1941. godine kada su pripadnici Radničkog bataljona Uzickog partizanskog odreda, kojim je komandovao Andrija Djurovic, pruzili zestok otpor daleko nadmocnijem neprijatelju koji je u tom periodu sprovodio ofanzivu na oslobodjenu teritoriju „Uzicke republike“. Borci Radnickog bataljona hrabro su stradali u bici na Kadinjaci 29. novembra 1941. godine. Neprijateljske snage su probile poslednju odbranu slobodnog Uzica, ali heroizam tih junaka ostao je upamcen u vremenima koja su usledila.
Sam kompleks predstavlja slozenu arhitektonsko-muzeolosku celinu koji cini niz segmenata gradjenih u periodu izmedju 1952. i 1979. godine. U prvoj fazi, godine 1952. na Kadinjaci je podignut spomenik piramidalnog oblika pod kojim se nalazi kosturnica u kojoj pocivaju posmrtni ostaci pripadnika Radnickog bataljona stradalih tokom bitke na Kadinjaci.
Znatno prosirenje i obogadjenje kompleks je doziveo 1979. godine kada je, po projektu ciji su autori vajar Miodrag Zivkovic i arhitekta Aleksandar Djokic, okoncano njegovo uredjenje cime je on dobio svoj danasnji izgled. Citav memorijalni kompleks svecano je otvorio predsednik Republike Josip Broz Tito 23. septembra 1979. godine.
Na Memorijalnom spomeniku su zapisani stihovi uzickog pesnika Slavka Vukosavljevica:

„ Rodjena zemljo jesi li znala?

Tu je pogino bataljon ceo...
Crvena krv je procvetala
kroz snezni pokrov hladan i beo.

Nocu je i to zavejo vetar.
Ipak na jugu... vojska koraca...
Pao je cetrnaesti kilometar,
al` nikad nece Kadinjaca.

Spomenik je snimljena 1981godine, sa Nikon F2 AS i objektivom Nikkor 50.mm f-1,4.




Memories of a tour of the ,, Kadinjaca ,,

The "Kadinjaca" memorial complex near Uzice testifies to the November days of 1941, when members of the Workers' Battalion of the Užice Partisan Detachment, commanded by Andrija Djurovic, offered fierce resistance to a far superior enemy who carried out an offensive on the liberated territory of the "Uzice Republic". . Fighters of the Workers' Battalion bravely died in the battle of Kadinjaca on November 29, 1941. Enemy forces broke through the last defense of free Uzice, but the heroism of those heroes remained remembered in the times that followed.
The complex itself represents a complex architectural and museological whole that consists of segments built in the period between 1952 and 1979. In the first phase, in 1952, a pyramid-shaped monument was erected on Kadinjača, under which there is an ossuary in which the remains of members of the Workers' Battalion who died during the battle of Kadinjaca rest.
The complex experienced significant expansion and enrichment in 1979, when, according to a project authored by sculptor Miodrag Zivkovic and architect Aleksandar Djokic, its arrangement was completed, which gave it its present appearance. The entire memorial complex was ceremoniously opened by the President of the Republic Josip Broz Tito on September 23, 1979.
The verses of the Uzice poet Slavko Vukosavljević are written on the Memorial Monument:

"Did you know your homeland?"

The whole battalion was killed there ...
Red blood blossomed
through the snow cover cold and white.

At night, the wind blew that too.
Still in the south ... the army is marching ...
He fell the fourteenth kilometer,
but he will never have Kadinjac.

Monument was taken in 1981, with a Nikon F2 AS and a Nikkor 50.mm f-1.4 lens.

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