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Mileva and Albert got married in Bern on the 6th of January After they got married their two sons were born, Hans Albert was born inhe later became profesor of hydraulic engineering at Berkeley University. Many people who had a chance to see this original works, have claimed that they were all signed with Einstein-Mariti that was a last name that Mileva got when she was has registered in Canton of Zurich. Their second son Edward was born inhe had symptoms of schizophrenia. Those were difficult times for Mileva, she was forced to leave science behind. At that time Albert started to neglect his family more and more. Their marriage became difficult, he even gave her a list of conditions that she needs to fulfil in order to keep living together.
Humiliaton ended in when they filed for divorce. During that same year in June, Albert married his cousin Elsa. In the negotiations after their divorce they agreed that in case that Albert gets Nobel Prize he was nominated couple of times until then she will receive this money that he gets as a reward. Mileva had to sell all her posetions to pay Edwards treatment and until the end of her life she took care of her son by working as a piano and mathematics tutor. She died in Zurich on 4th of Augustwhere she was buried at the Nordheim Cemetery in Zurich according to the Orthodox traditions. There are still many controversies about her life and work. One thing is sure, she did love Albert and she let her love influence her intelectual work.
Since University of Novi Sad is giving award with her name to th most sucesfull students and there is also a street and school In Novi Sad with her name.
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Novi Sad is elected as Tjen Capital Firxt Culture last year and one of the actions in this project ssd be to renovate her family house in Kisacka street in Novi Sad, where family Einstein-Maric spend some time on at First date then in novi sad begining Firwt 20th century. Family Polit Desancic Fifst a wealthy family un a well known reputation, that lived in Novi Sad at the beginning of datf 19th centuryand their two last names are well known even today. When she was only 4 years old, her First date then in novi sad have sent her to the private school in order to get educaton. Even though she was a female, and at that time school was not obligatory for women, her parents were determined that she gets the same education as her brother Mihajlo Polit Desancic.
That is how Savka got the highest education at that time that one girl could possible get. Afterwards family moved to Vienna, Savka continued her education there and she met her future husband Jovan Subotic there as well. After graduating from the University and getting married, she moved back to Novi Sad together with her husband Jovan Subotic, where she was dedicated herself to education about bad position of a women in society. Terefore she focused her work on the necessity of women education. Besides that she is responsible for opening the first higher education institutions for women in Novi Sad, Pancevo and Sombor.
Her work and actions for better position of women in a society became known outside of Serbia as well. Freedom was not denied to a women by nature, but by men. Apart from the fact that she understood why are men and women percieved differently, she also have relaised that women in the countryside have specific and even worse position comparing to the other women that live in the cities. Influenced with this new knowledge she organized different programs that would encourage women to do weaving, by processing of wool and knitting, in a way to adjust this products to the necessities of a market. She could see art in the handcraft that women in the countrysde did, that is why she collected them and she made exibition in Paris where she displayed them.
That was the first time the world could see famous Pirot rug.
Savka Subotic was one of the first feminists in this area. She recieved many rewards for her work. She was a member of associations where women were the focus of work and also the first president of Circle of Serbian Sisters. Today, one street in the Novi Sad settlement Veternik, is named after her. One time she held a speech in a school where she explained the importance of education: In a way children are raised and educated that will determine their destiny and destiny of their people. She grew up along side her brother Geza and her mother. Her brother was a communist and he was always her role model. Under that infuence she also joined the League of Communists of Yugoslavia before she turned twenty.
This is how the story of Ida First date then in novi sad begins, the story of the activist that played one of the key roles in womens rights revolution in Yugoslavia. Her first task as a young activist was enlightment of the young people and everyone else involved in a fight for liberation. The goal was to educate them in order to prepare them for Flirty text to send a girl struggle against exploitation of a working class and making them aware of this issue. Beacuse of her political ativism she had to leave Subotica and move to Ljubljana, where she joined the League of Communists of Yugoslavia.
Together with other party members she took part in different party activities such as writing graffiti slogans on the walls, encouraging revolution and organizing uprising in She was arrested a year later and she stayed in prison for one year. She was not frightened by that. After she was released from prison, she continued with her work. In all the interviews that she made during her lifetime she said that it was necessary to have courage for such actions and also to sacrifice yourself for the sake of others. Fascists were beating us just to make us say something, but we never did. There was a certain amount of courage. That is why it was important to include all those marginalised and disenfranchised groups in the fight: By law they were equal to children and mentally ill people.
They didnt even had a right for their children. If their husband died there would be a guardian assigned for their chlidren. There were very little intelectual women. For their work, even if they were doctors, they were payed half salary compared to men. There was a feminist organisation that was fighting for women rights. Moreover, more than 90 percent of the Jews living in the Hungarian-occupied territories of Yugoslavia hailed from the region. They were engaged by the Hungary military, and in the ensuing clash, 10 Hungarian soldiers and seven Partisans were killed. The Hungarian General Staff seized on the incident, using it as a pretext for launching attacks throughout the region that were intended to deter non-Hungarians from joining the resistance.
Bandages were distributed to gendarmes, and they were instructed to wear them on their heads and hands to simulate the effects of being wounded. These events were staged primarily for public consumption. Although some suspects were released, between and 1, people were killed and their bodies stripped of all valuables. Its telephone and telegraph lines were cut. Feketehalmy-Czeydner summoned the local authorities and announced that the Royal Hungary Army would "take charge and clean things up" over the next three days. The raid began the following day. Between 6, and 7, people that were considered "suspicious" were arrested and taken to have their papers examined. A woman recalled how, on 23 April, a soldier entered her apartment, demanding to know her family's religious affiliation.
The woman told him that she and her family were Orthodox Christians.