W.W.I. 1918: Panorame postcard from Cetinje. Sent to Wien by a member of the General Govenrment.
K.u. K Etappenpostamt ETENJE 23. 04. 18 – cancellation. Violet K. u. K. STansabteilung des Miltitär Generalgouverbment in Montenegro.
Cetinje (Serbian Cyrillic: , Italian: Cettigne, Greek: , Ketígni, Turkish: Çetine) is the historical and the de jure capital of Montenegro, with the official residence of the President of Montenegro.
Cetinje is a town of immense historical heritage, founded in the 15th century. It became the center of Montenegrin life and both a cradle of Montenegrin/Serbian culture and an Eastern Orthodox religious center. It is because of this and the heroic legend born after its eternal resistance from Ottoman intrusions, that it was nicknamed Serbian Sparta1 ( ).
WW1: Military Government Cetinje Montenegro Postcard.