Serbian Peasant Boys

Figure 1.--Hee are two photographs from the Serbian Ethnological Museum. The picture here is a group of peasant children. Put Pictures of Peasant children. Put your cursor on the image to see their toys.

Serbia until after World war II was a largely agricultural country. A large part of the population was the rural peasantry. Peasant boys had little opportunity for education and were heavily involved in agricultural labor. I don't know much about the Serbian peasantry at this time, but it is a subject I want to persue.


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Created: 11:06 AM 6/26/2007
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