Born in Šabac on 01.03.1885, died in Belgrade on 07.04.1969. He was the first Serbian photojournalist. His photographs from the Balkan wars and the First World War have priceless documentary value. During the first Balkan war in 1912, he worked as an editor of the American newspaper New York Herald for Europe. He went to the front as war correspondent for the Serbian Head Command. His reports and photos are published in the European newspapers. During the First World War he photographed the battles for Cer, Kolubara, and the retreat of the Serbian Army across Albania in 1915. His photographs of this legendary Serbian army crusade have been published in Paris, London and New York. He became also a war reporter from the Thessaloniki front. After the war, he worked in Avala agency in the foreign affairs press bureau. In 1941 he refused to cooperate with the Nazis and goes undercover. He made legendary photos of the Partisans entering Belgrade in 1944. After the war, he worked for TANJUG agency.
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