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Adaševci is a village located in Syrmia, Vojvodina, Serbia.
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Aleksandar Marić (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар „Алекс“ Марић, born 22 October 1984) is an Australian-Serbian professional basketball player for Al-Muharraq of the Bahraini Premier League.
Aleksa Šantić (Алекса Шантић) is a village located in the Sombor municipality, in the West Bačka District of Serbia.
Aleksa Buha (born on 21 November 1939 in Ribare, Gacko, Kingdom of Yugoslavia) is Serbian philosopher and member of the Academy of Sciences and Arts of the Republika Srpska.
Aleksa Matić (Serbian Cyrillic: Алекса Матић; born 12 March 1996) is a Serbian professional footballer who plays for FK Budućnost Dobanovci in the Serbian First League.
Aleksa Vidić (Алекса Видић; born 29 September 1994) is a Serbian football defender who plays for FC Smolevichi.
Aleksandar Alempijević (born July 25, 1988) is a Serbian football player who last played for FK Sloboda Užice.
Aleksandar Avrić (Александар Аврић; born 6 March 1988) is a Serbian football midfielder.
Aleksandar Ćovin (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Ћовин; born 23 November 1988 in Subotica) is a Serbian footballer who plays for OFK Odžaci.
Aleksandar Đurić (Александар Ђурић; born 12 August 1970) is a former professional footballer.
Aleksandar Cvetković (Александар Цветковић; born 4 June 1995) is a Serbian football defender who plays for FC Wohlen.
Aleksandar Denić (born 31 October 1963, in Belgrade) (outside Serbia frequently spelt Aleksandar Denic) is a Serbian stage designer and film production designer.
Aleksandar Gaćeša (born September 1988 in Belgrade, Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian professional basketball player.
Aleksandar Ignjatović (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Игњатовић; born 11 April 1988 in Niš) is a Serbian footballer who plays for FK Sloboda Tuzla.
Aleksandar Ivanović (Александар Ивановић; born 20 November 1988) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Metalac Gornji Milanovac in Serbian SuperLiga.
Aleksandar Janković (Александар Јанковић; born 16 September 1995) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for FK Sloboda Užice.
Aleksandar Ješić (Александар Јешић; born 13 September 1994) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Voždovac.
Aleksandar Jovanović (Александар Јовановић,; born 6 December 1992) is a Serbian football goalkeeper who plays for AGF.
Aleksandar Keljević (Александар Кељевић; born 14 June 1989) is a Serbian football midfielder.
Aleksandar Komljenović (Александар Комљеновић; born 18 March 1994) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Kerċem Ajax in the Gozo Football League First Division.
Aleksandar Komulović (1548 – 11 June 1608) was a Catholic priest and diplomat from Venetian Dalmatia (now Croatia).
Aleksandar Kršić (Александар Кршић; born 6 May 1991) is a Serbian football defender who plays for OFK Odžaci, on loan from in the ČSK Pivara.
Aleksandar Leposavić (Александар Лепосавић; born 3 November 1987) is a Serbian football forward.
Aleksandar Lutovac (Александар Лутовац; born 28 June 1997) is a Serbian football forward who plays for Rad in the Serbian SuperLiga.
Aleksandar Marković (born in Belgrade, August 7, 1975) is a Serbian conductor.
Aleksandar Marković (Александар Марковић; born May 22, 1981) is a politician in Serbia.
Aleksandar Matanović (born May 23, 1930) is a Serbian chess Grandmaster.
Aleksandar "Aca" Mišić (Александар Аца Мишић; 1891–1941) was a Serbian military commander holding the rank of Major.
Aleksandar Mijatović (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Mиjaтoвић; born September 20, 1982) is a Serbian footballer.
Aleksandar Miletić (Александар Милетић; born 30 April 1995) is a Serbian football defender who plays for Radnički Kragujevac.
Aleksandar Mršević (Александар Мршевић; born 25 July 1996) is a Serbian football defender.
Aleksandar Obradović (Александар Обрадовић) (22 August 1927 in Bled, Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes – 2001 in Belgrade, Serbia, FR Yugoslavia) was a Serbian 20th-century composer and professor at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade.
Aleksandar Petrović (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Пeтpoвић, born 22 March 1983 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia), is a Serbian professional football right-back, he is currently playing for Național Sebiș.
Aleksandar Popović (born 2 November 1983) is an Austrian-Serbian football midfielder who plays for FK Beograd.
Aleksandar Rakić (Александар Ракић; born 17 January 1987) is a Serbian international football player who currently plays as a striker for Indonesian Liga 1 club PS TIRA.
Aleksandar Ranković (nom de guerre Leka; Александар Ранковић Лека; 28 November 1909 – 19 August 1983) was a Yugoslav communist of Serb origin, considered to be the third most powerful man in Yugoslavia after Josip Broz Tito and Edvard Kardelj.
Aleksandar Sedlar (Александар Седлар; born 13 December 1991) is a Serbian football player.
Aleksandar Simov (Александар Симов; born 5 February 1987) is a Serbian football defender who plays for Metalac Gornji Milanovac in the Serbian SuperLiga.
Aleksandar Simović (Александар Симовић; born 30 January 1992) is a Serbian football midfielder.
Aleksandar Srdić (Александар Срдић; born 30 May 1992) is a Serbian football winger who plays for Swish club FC Wettswil-Bonstetten.
Aleksandar Stamatović (Александар Стаматовић; born February 12, 1967) is a Montenegrin historian, professor and politician.
Aleksandar Stanisavljević (born 11 June 1989) is a Serbian football player who plays for Radnički Niš.
Aleksandar Stevanović (Александар Стевановић; born 1976) is an economist and politician in Serbia.
Aleksandar Stojanović (born June 22, 1983) is a Serbian handballer.
Aleksandar Stojiljković (Александар Стојиљковић; born 24 May 1990) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Scarborough SC of the Canadian Soccer League.
Aleksandar Tijanić (Александар Тијанић; 13 December 1949 – 28 October 2013) was a Serbian journalist and director of the country's public broadcaster Radio Television of Serbia from 2004 to 2013.
Aleksandar Todorovski (Macedonian: Александар Тодоровски, born 26 February 1984 in Kraljevo) is a Serbian-born Macedonian defender who currently plays for Zagłębie Lubin.
Aleksandar Trajković (Александар Трајковић; born 16 January 1981) is a Serbian football defender.
Aleksandar Trišović (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Тришовић; born 25 November 1983), is a Serbian football player who currently plays for Radnički Niš in Jelen SuperLiga.
Aleksandar Vuković (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Bукoвић; born August 25, 1979) is a former Serbian football midfielder and is a football manager.
Saša Rakezić (born 1963 in Pančevo, Serbia) (better known by the pen name Aleksandar Zograf) is a Serbian cartoonist, author of such works as Life Under Sanctions, Psychonaut, Dream Watcher, and Bulletins from Serbia.
Aleksander Jeljaszewicz, known as "Sasza" (pronounced "Sasha") - probably because of the family tradition of service in the Russian military (22 March 1902 – 18 August 1978).
Aleksandra Dulic (born 1973 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian Canadian painter, animator, media artist and scholar.
Aleksandra Kovač (Александра Ковач; born 1972) is a Serbian singer-songwriter.
Aleksandra Trajković (born 13 October 1975) is a Serbian pianist, Assistant Professor of Piano and Chief of the Piano Department at the University of Pristina's Faculty of Arts.
Aleksandra Vrebalov (born September 22, 1970) is a Serbian composer based in New York City.
Aleksandrovac (Александровац) is a town and municipality located in the Rasina District of central Serbia.
Aleksandrovo (Александрово), formerly known as Velike Livade (Велике Ливаде), is a village in Serbia.
Aleksandrovo (Serbian Cyrillic: Александрово) is a neighborhood of Subotica, Serbia.
Aleksej Nikolić (born February 21, 1995) is a Slovenian professional basketball player for Petrol Olimpija of the Slovenian League.
Prince Aleksey Borisovich Lobanov-Rostovsky (Алексе́й Бори́сович Лоба́нов-Росто́вский) (in Voronezh Governorate –) was a Russian statesman, probably best remembered for having concluded the Li-Lobanov Treaty with China and for his publication of the Russian Genealogical Book (in two volumes).
Aleksinac (Алексинац) is a town and municipality located in the Nišava District of the southern Serbia.
Alen Ilijic (Serbian Cyrillic: Ален Илијић), (born 30 January 1975 in Gevgelija), is a Serbian/Jewish new media avant-garde composer and polymedia artist.
Alexander D. "Alex" Nesic (born April 17, 1976) is an American film and television actor, best known for his work in the miniseries Sleeper Cell.
Alexander Douglas Smith (born May 7, 1984) is an American football quarterback for the Washington Redskins of the National Football League (NFL).
Alexander "Alex" Kačaniklić (Александар Качаниклић; born 13 August 1991) is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for Nantes.
Alexander S. Vucinich (October 23, 1914 – May 25, 2002) was a professor in the Department of History and Sociology of Science at the University of Pennsylvania from 1976 until his retirement in 1985.
Alexander Ypsilantis, Ypsilanti, or Alexandros Ypsilantis (Αλέξανδρος Υψηλάντης Alexandros Yipsilantis; Alexandru Ipsilanti; Александр Константинович Ипсиланти Aleksandr Konstantinovich Ipsilanti; 12 December 179231 January 1828), was a member of a prominent Phanariot Greek family, a prince of the Danubian Principalities, a senior officer of the Imperial Russian cavalry during the Napoleonic Wars, and a leader of the Filiki Eteria, a secret organization that coordinated the beginning of the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire.
Alexandru Macedonski (also rendered as Al. A. Macedonski, Macedonschi or Macedonsky; March 14, 1854 – November 24, 1920) was a Romanian poet, novelist, dramatist and literary critic, known especially for having promoted French Symbolism in his native country, and for leading the Romanian Symbolist movement during its early decades.
Sir Alfred Sherman (10 November 1919 – 26 August 2006) was a writer, journalist, and political analyst.
Alfredo Rafael Sosa (Albanian: Rafael Soza; born 7 May 1988) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a forward.
Algeria–Serbia relations are foreign relations between Algeria and Serbia.
Ali Shafizadeh (علی شفیعی زاده) is an Iranian businessman.
Alibunar (Alibunar) is a town and municipality located in the South Banat District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Alija Izetbegović (8 August 1925 – 19 October 2003) was a Bosnian politician, activist, lawyer, author, and philosopher who in 1992 became the first President of the newly-independent Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Alisa Marić, PhD (Serbian Cyrillic: Алиса Марић,; born January 10, 1970) is a Serbian chess player, who holds the FIDE titles of Woman Grandmaster and International Master.
Aliveroviće, in Serb Cyrillic Аливеровиће, is a village in Serbia located in the municipality of Sjenica, district of Zlatibor.
All-Serb Assembly (Свесрпски сабор) is the name given to several assemblies gathering Serb activists.
The Alliance of Independent Social Democrats (Савез независних социјалдемократа/Savez nezavisnih socijaldemokrata or СНСД/SNSD), is a Serb political party in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Alliance of Serb municipalities (Savez srpskih općina, Савез српских општина) is a union of Serb-inhabited municipalities (by majority) in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, outside of Serb-inhabited Republika Srpska.
Many nations and organisations are considered to be allies of Iran.
The Allies of World War II, called the United Nations from the 1 January 1942 declaration, were the countries that together opposed the Axis powers during the Second World War (1939–1945).
Almaš was an ethnic Serb village in Bačka.
Almaški Kraj (Алмашки Крај) is an urban neighborhood of the city of Novi Sad, Serbia.
Aloysius Viktor Stepinac (Alojzije Viktor Stepinac, 8 May 1898 – 10 February 1960) was a Croatian prelate of the Catholic Church and war criminal.
Alsónána (Donja Nana) is a village in Tolna County, Hungary.
Amajić is a village in Serbia.
Amajlija (Амајлија) or Željko Joksimović (Жељко Јоксимовић) is the name of the debut studio album by Serbian singer and songwriter Željko Joksimović.
Amela Terzić (Serbian Cyrillic: Амела Терзић, born 2 January 1993 in Priboj, FR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian middle-distance runner.
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, also known as the Joint or the JDC, is a Jewish relief organization based in New York City.
Amir Reko (born 1963), known by his nom de guerre Makedonac ("the Macedonian"), is a Bosnian-Danish entrepreneur, formerly military officer in the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA), and a commander in the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ARBiH) during the Bosnian War (1992–1995).
Amjad Migati (born 1951) is a Serbian politician of Jordanian descent, who is the first foreign-born citizen to become a deputy in the National Assembly.
Ammiel Alcalay (born 1956) is an American poet, scholar, critic, translator, and prose stylist.
"An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman" is the opening line of a category of joke popular in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Ana Šargić (born c. 1983) is a Serbian model.
Ana Štajdohar (Ана Штајдохар,; born November 24, 1979, in Belgrade) is a Serbian singer.
This is a list of the main career statistics of Serbian professional tennis player, Ana Ivanovic. Ivanovic won fifteen WTA singles titles including one grand slam singles title at the 2008 French Open and three WTA Tier I singles titles. She was also the runner-up at the 2007 French Open and 2008 Australian Open and a semi-finalist at the 2007 Wimbledon Championships and 2007 WTA Tour Championships. On June 9, 2008 Ivanovic became the world No. 1 for the first time in her career.
Ana Joković (Serbian Cyrillic: Ана Јоковић; born July 16, 1979) is a former Serbian basketball player who competed for FR Yugoslavia in the 2002 FIBA World Championship for Women.
Servant of God Sister Ana Marija Marović (Anna Maria Marovich) (7 February 1815 in Venice – 3 October 1887 in Venice), was an Italian nun.
Ana Mihajlovski (Ана Михајловски; born October 20, 1982 in Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian television presenter mostly hosting locally licensed reality programmes through Emotion Production.
Ana Pešikan (Ана Пешикан; born Feketić, PR Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian politician who served as the Minister of Science and Technology in the Government of Serbia from 2007 to 2008.
Ana Tasić (Ана Тасић; born 1978) is a Serbian theatre critic and researcher.
Ana Vrcelj (Ана Врцељ, born 1993 in Benkovac/Croatia) is a Serbian beauty queen who placed 2nd Runner-Up at Miss Serbia 2012, she was represented Serbia at the Miss Universe 2013.
Anabela Basalo (Анабела Басало) (born September 4, 1972 in Zenica, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian writer.
Anatolia (Modern Greek: Ανατολία Anatolía, from Ἀνατολή Anatolḗ,; "east" or "rise"), also known as Asia Minor (Medieval and Modern Greek: Μικρά Ἀσία Mikrá Asía, "small Asia"), Asian Turkey, the Anatolian peninsula, or the Anatolian plateau, is the westernmost protrusion of Asia, which makes up the majority of modern-day Turkey.
Anđelina Radić (Serbian Cyrillic: Анђелина Радић, born 18 November 1994 in Loznica, FR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian professional basketball player.
Anđelka Tomašević (Serbian Cyrillic: Aнђeлка Томашевић; born 6 July 1993) is a Serbian model and beauty pageant titleholder.
Anđelko Savić, can be written also as Andjelko Savić (born 11 March 1993) is a Swiss forward of Serbian descent who plays for FC Wil in the Swiss Challenge League.
Andjelko Krstić (Labuništa, 1 November 1871 – Labuništa, 6 May 1952), Serb writer and patriot.
Andrea Bogdani (Ndre Bogdani; ca. 1600–1683) was an Ottoman scholar of Albanian origin and prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.
Andrea Jeftanovic (b. Santiago de Chile, 1970) is a Chilean author, sociologist and academic.
Andrea Petkovic (born 9 September 1987) is a German tennis player.
Andrej Mrkela (Serbian Cyrillic: Андреј Мркела; born on April 9, 1992 in Enschede, Netherlands) is a Serbian footballer, playing for Romanian Liga II side Poli Timișoara.
Andreja Apostolović (Андреја Апостоловић; born 16 June 1996) is a Serbian football midfielder who last played for Radnički Niš in the Serbian SuperLiga.
Andreja "Andrica" Kojić, (28 August 1896 – 7 July 1952) was a Serbian footballer.
Andrejs Pumpurs (on the Courland side of the former Lieljumprava civil parish, now Birzgale parish – in Riga) was a poet who penned the Latvian epic Lāčplēsis (The Bear Slayer, first published in 1888) and a prominent figure in the Young Latvia movement.
Andrija Artuković (19 November 1899 – 16 January 1988) was a Croatian lawyer, politician and senior member of the Croatian nationalist and fascist Ustaše organisation, who held the Interior and Justice portfolios in the Government of the Independent State of Croatia (Nezavisna Država Hrvatska, NDH) during World War II.
Andrija Mandić (Serbian Cyrillic: Андрија Мандић) (born January 19, 1965 in Šavnik, Montenegro, Yugoslavia) is a Montenegrin politician.
Andrija Prlainović (Андрија Прлаиновић; born 28 April 1987) is a Croatian-born Serbian water polo player.
Andrija Zmajević (Perast, Republic of Venice, now Montenegro, 6 June 1624 - 7 September 1694) was a Venetian Baroque poet and ethnic Serb who wrote in his native Serbian language, the Archbishop of Antivari, and a theologian.
Andriza (or Andrew) Mircovich (c. 1879 – May 14, 1913) was an Austro-Hungarian national of Montenegrin descent.
Andronikos Palaiologos or Andronicus Palaeologus (Ἀνδρόνικος Παλαιολόγος) was a Byzantine prince and the last Byzantine governor of Thessalonica with the title of despot (despotēs), from 1408 to 1423.
Anica is a female given name used among Romanians, Serbs, Slovenes, Croats, etc.
Anica Plećić (Аница Плећић, born 1 November 1990) is a Serbian football who plays as a forward for ŽFK Sloga Zemun.
Anja (Aња Шарановић, born 12 September 1989 in Kraljevo, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian beauty queen who represented her country in Miss International 2010 and was represented in the 2011 Miss Universe pageant.
Ylva Anna Maria Lindh (19 June 1957 – 11 September 2003) was a Swedish Social Democratic politician who served as Minister for Foreign Affairs from 1998 to 2003 and Minister for the Environment from 1994 to 1996.
Ante Pavelić (14 July 1889 – 28 December 1959) was a Croatian general and military dictator who founded and headed the fascist ultranationalist organization known as the Ustaše in 1929 and governed the Independent State of Croatia (Nezavisna Država Hrvatska, NDH), a fascist Nazi puppet state built out of Yugoslavia by the authorities of Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy, from 1941 to 1945.
Ante Starčević (23 May 1823 – 28 February 1896), was a Croatian politician and writer.
The Antemurale myth or the Bulwark myth is one of the nationalist myths which implies a certain nation's mission of being a bulwark against the other religions, nations or ideologies.
Anthimus III (Άνθιμος Γ΄; 1762–1842) was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople during the period 1822-1824.
Anti-Croat sentiment (Croatophobia or Anti-Croatism) is discrimination or prejudice towards Croats as an ethnic group, and towards Croatia as a country.
The Anti-Fascist Council for the National Liberation of Yugoslavia, known more commonly by its Yugoslav abbreviation AVNOJ (Serbo-Croatian: Antifašističko veće narodnog oslobođenja Jugoslavije – AVNOJ / Антифашистичко веће народног ослобођења Југославије – АВНОЈ), was the political umbrella organization for the national liberation councils of the Yugoslav resistance against the Axis occupation during World War II.
Anti-German (Antideutsch) is the generic name applied to a variety of theoretical and political tendencies within the radical left mainly in Germany and Austria.
Anti-Russian sentiment or Russophobia is a diverse spectrum of negative feelings, dislikes, fears, aversion, derision and/or prejudice of Russia, Russians or Russian culture.
The anti-Serb riots in Sarajevo consisted of large-scale anti-Serb violence in Sarajevo on 28 and 29 June 1914 following the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria.
Anti-Serbian sentiment or Anti-Serb sentiment (антисрпска осећања / antisrpska osećanja) and also Anti-Serbism (антисрбизам / antisrbizam) or Anti-Serbdom (антисрпство / antisrpstvo) or Serbophobia (србофобија / srbofobija) is negative feeling in general towards Serbs as an ethnic group.
Anti-Slavism, also known as Slavophobia, a form of racism, refers to various negative attitudes towards Slavic peoples, the most common manifestation being claims of inferiority of Slavic nations with respect to other ethnic groups.
Anton Eberst (April 27, 1920, in Vršac, Serbia, then Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes – February 19, 2005 in Novi Sad, Serbia) was Serbian clarinetist, professor of clarinet at the Isidor Bajić School of Music in Novi Sad and author of numerous textbooks and articles about the wind instruments.
Anthony Bagaš (Антоније Багаш; fl. 1366 – 1385) was a Serbian nobleman from Kastoria who retreated to Mount Athos in between 1356 and 1366, where he later bought and restored the ruined Athonite monastery of Saint Paul (Agiou Pavlou) with the help of Nikola-Gerasim Radonja (the son of sebastokrator Branko Mladenović) in the 1380s, becoming its abbott - taking the monastic name Arsenios (Arsenije).
Antonije I Sokolović (Антоније I Соколовић) was Archbishop of Peć and Serbian Patriarch from 1571 to 1574.
Antun Fabris (Антун Фабрис; 1864–1904), was a prominent Serbian journalist, essayist, publisher and politician from Dubrovnik.
Antun Miletić (born 30 June 1931) is a Croatian and Serbian historian.
Apatin (Апатин) is a town and municipality located in the West Bačka District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
On the morning of April 23, 1998, a band of Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) fighters was ambushed by a much smaller group of Yugoslav Army (VJ) border guards near the Košare outpost, just west of Dečani.
Aračinovo (Арачиново, Haraçinë) is a village and seat of the municipality of Aračinovo, Republic of Macedonia.
The Arab Revolt (الثورة العربية, al-Thawra al-‘Arabiyya; Arap İsyanı) or Great Arab Revolt (الثورة العربية الكبرى, al-Thawra al-‘Arabiyya al-Kubrā) was officially initiated by Hussein bin Ali, Sharif of Mecca, at Mecca on June 10, 1916 (9 Sha'ban of the Islamic calendar for that year) although his sons ‘Ali and Faisal had already initiated operations at Medina starting on 5 June with the aim of securing independence from the ruling Ottoman Turks and creating a single unified Arab state stretching from Aleppo in Syria to Aden in Yemen.
Aradac is a village located in the Zrenjanin municipality, in the Central Banat District of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Aranđelovac (Аранђеловац) is a town and a municipality located in the Šumadija District of central Serbia.
The Arbitration Commission of the Conference on Yugoslavia (commonly known as Badinter Arbitration Committee) was an arbitration body set up by the Council of Ministers of the European Economic Community on 27 August 1991 to provide the Conference on Yugoslavia with legal advice.
Archbishopric of Belgrade and Karlovci (Архиепископија београдско-карловачка) is the central or patriarchal eparchy of the Serbian Orthodox Church, with seat in Belgrade, Serbia.
The Archdiocese or Archbishopric of Arad (Arhiepiscopia Aradului), formerly the Bishopric of Arad (Episcopia Aradului, Арадска епархија) is an episcopal see of the Romanian Orthodox Church, under the administration of the Metropolis of Banat, with jurisdiction over Arad County in Romania.
The Archdiocese of Râmnic (Arhiepiscopia Râmnicului) is a Romanian Orthodox archdiocese based in Râmnicu Vâlcea (or Râmnic), Romania, in the historic region of Oltenia, and covering Vâlcea County.
Rudolphe Archibald Reiss (8 July 1875 – 7 August 1929) was a German-Swiss criminology-pioneer, forensic scientist, professor and writer.
Cultural-historical complex Area around Dositej’s Lyceum is one of the oldest and most important city parts in Belgrade, which centre formed at the end of the 18th and beginning of the 19th century.
Serbian Argentines or Serb Argentines refers to Argentine citizens of ethnic Serb descent or a Serbia-born person who resides in Argentina.
The Arie Livne Jewish cultural center is a cultural center in the town of Banja Luka in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Arilje (Ариље) is a town and municipality located in the Zlatibor District of southwestern Serbia.
Aristotelous Square (Πλατεία Αριστοτέλους,, Aristotle Square) is the main city square of Thessaloniki, Greece and is located on Nikis avenue (on the city's waterfront), in the city center.
The Armenian national liberation movement (Հայ ազգային-ազատագրական շարժում Hay azgayin-azatagrakan sharzhum) aimed at the establishment of an Armenian state. It included social, cultural, but primarily political and military movements that reached their height during World War I and the following years. Influenced by the Age of Enlightenment and the rise of nationalism under the Ottoman Empire, the Armenian national movement developed in the early 1860s. Its emergence was similar to that of movements in the Balkan nations, especially the Greek revolutionaries who fought the Greek War of Independence. The Armenian élite and various militant groups sought to defend the mostly rural Armenian population of the eastern Ottoman Empire from the Muslims, being Christian, but the ultimate goal was to push for reforms in the Six vilayets at first and after this failed, the creation of an Armenian state in the Armenian-populated areas controlled at the time by the Ottoman Empire and the Russian Empire. Since the late 1880s, the movement engaged in guerrilla warfare with the Ottoman government and the Kurdish irregulars in the eastern regions of the empire, led by the three Armenian political parties named the Social Democrat Hunchakian Party, the Armenakan Party and the Armenian Revolutionary Federation. Armenians generally saw Russia as their natural ally in the fight against Turks although Russia maintained an oppressive policy in the Caucasus. Only after losing its presence in Europe after the Balkan Wars, the Ottoman government was forced to sign the Armenian reform package in early 1914, however it was disrupted by World War I. During World War I, the Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire were systematically exterminated by the government in the Armenian Genocide. According to some estimates, from 1894 to 1923, about 1,500,000—2,000,000 Armenians were killed by the Ottoman Empire. After the decision to exterminate the Armenians was taken by the Ottoman Ministry of Interior and first implemented with the Directive 8682 on February 25, 1915, tens of thousands of Russian Armenians joined the Russian army as Armenian volunteer units with a Russian promise for autonomy. By 1917, Russia controlled many Armenian-populated areas of the Ottoman Empire. After the October Revolution, however, the Russian troops retreated and left the Armenians irregulars one on one with the Turks. The Armenian National Council proclaimed the Republic of Armenia on May 28, 1918, thus establishing an Armenian state in the Armenian-populated parts of the Southern Caucasus. By 1920, the Bolshevik Government in Russia and Ankara Government had successfully came to power in their respective countries. The Turkish revolutionaries successfully occupied western half of Armenia, while the Red Army invaded and annexed the Republic of Armenia in December 1920. A friendship treaty was signed between Bolshevik Russia and Kemalist Turkey in 1921. The formerly Russian-controlled parts of Armenia were mostly annexed by the Soviet Union, in parts of which the Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic was established. Hundreds of thousands of genocide refugees found themselves in the Middle East, Greece, France and the US giving start to a new era of the Armenian diaspora. Soviet Armenia existed until 1991, when the Soviet Union disintegrated and the current (Third) Republic of Armenia was established.
The Army of Republika Srpska (Војска Републике Српске/Vojska Republike Srpske; ВРС/VRS), commonly referred to in English as the Bosnian Serb Army (BSA), was the military of Republika Srpska (RS), the self-proclaimed Serb secessionist republic, a territory within the newly independent Bosnia and Herzegovina (formerly part of Yugoslavia), which it defied, active during the Bosnian War (1992–95).
The Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ARBiH, Armija Republike Bosne i Hercegovine), often referred to as Bosnian Army, was the military force of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina established by the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992 following the outbreak of the Bosnian War.
The Serbian Army of Krajina (Српска војска Крајине/Srpska vojska Krajine), also known in English as the Army of the Republic of Serb(ian) Krajina, was the armed forces of the Republic of Serbian Krajina (RSK), a Serb breakaway state in Croatia during the Croatian War (1991–95).
Arnautović (Арнаутовић) is a Serbo-Croatian surname, borne by ethnic Serbs, and to a lesser extent Bosniaks, derived from the word "Arnaut", an Ottoman term used to denote Albanians or people from Albania; though in Serbo-Croatian usage, the word Arnaut(in) was also used as a pejorative, meaning "evil", "malicious" and "murderous", used as a nickname - for instance, Serbian families got this surname from an ancestor who was a murderer and was nicknamed "Arnautin".
The Aromanians (Rrãmãnj, Armãnj; Aromâni) are a Latin European ethnic group native to the Balkans, traditionally living in northern and central Greece, central and southern Albania, the Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo and south-western Bulgaria.
Arsenije "Arsen" Dedić (28 July 1938 – 17 August 2015) was a Croatian singer-songwriter.
Arsenije III Čarnojević (Арсеније III Чарнојевић, 1633 – 27 October 1706) was the Archbishop of Peć and Serbian Patriarch from 1674 to his death in 1706.
Arsenije IV Jovanović Šakabenta (Арсеније IV Јовановић Шакабента,; 1698 – 18 January 1748) was the Archbishop of Peć and Serbian Patriarch from 1725 to 1737 and Head of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Habsburg Monarchy from 1737 to his death in 1748.
Arsenije ("Arsa") Milosevic (October 1931 – May 2006) was a Yugoslavian (Serbian) film director, television director, librettist and opera director.
Arsenije Sečujac (Арсеније Сечујац, Arsenius Seczujacz; 1720 – 13 January 1814) was a Habsburg general who earned the rank of major general at the very end of his military career and was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Military Order of Maria Theresa, the highest Monarchy decoration, in 1762.
Arshi Pipa (1920 – July 20, 1997) was an Albanian-American philosopher, writer, poet and literary critic.
Sir Arthur John Evans (8 July 1851 – 11 July 1941) was an English archaeologist and pioneer in the study of Aegean civilization in the Bronze Age.
An Aryan paragraph (Arierparagraph) is a clause in the statutes of an organization, corporation, or real estate deed that reserves membership and/or right of residence solely for members of the "Aryan race" and excludes from such rights any non-Aryans, particularly Jews or those of Jewish descent.
Asia Minor Slavs refers to the historical South Slav communities relocated to Anatolia by the Byzantine Empire, from the Balkans.
Assassination Classroom is a 2015 Japanese school science fiction action comedy film directed by Eiichirō Hasumi and based on the manga series of the same name created by Yūsei Matsui.
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and his wife Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg, occurred on 28 June 1914 in Sarajevo when they were mortally wounded by Gavrilo Princip.
The Assembly of the Community of Municipalities of the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija (Skupština Zajednice opština Autonomne Pokrajine Kosovo i Metohija), is the assembly of the association of local governments created by the municipal authorities in Kosovo elected in the May 11, 2008 municipal elections called by the Government of Serbia.
The Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo (Kuvendi i Republikës së Kosovës; Скупштина Републике Косово) was originally established by the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo in 2001"" to provide 'provisional, democratic self-government'.
Association for Serb Liberation and Unification (Дружина за ослобођење и уједињење српско) or Society for Serb Liberation and Unification (Друштво за ослобођење и уједињење српско), commonly known as "the Association", was a Serb revolutionary organisation (national liberation movement) based in Cetinje, established in 1871, with the aim of liberating Serb-inhabited territories from the hands of the Ottoman Empire.
Association of Croatian Orthodox Believers (Udruga hrvatskih pravoslavnih vjernika), often called Croatian Orthodox Union (Hrvatska pravoslavna zajednica) is civic association in Croatia founded on 10 September 2010.
Astoria is a middle-class and commercial neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens, bounded by the East River and is adjacent to three other Queens neighborhoods: Long Island City, Sunnyside (bordering at Northern Boulevard), and Woodside (bordering at 50th Street).
Atalanti (Αταλάντη Atalantē) is the second largest town in Phthiotis, Greece.
Atanasije Stojković (1773-1832) was a Serbian, Austrian and Russian writer, pedagogue, scholar, physicist, mathematician and astronomer of Serb origin.
The events of persecution against the Serbian population occurred in Ottoman Kosovo in 1878, as a consequence of the Serbian–Ottoman War (1876–78).
Aussenkehr (Outer bend, referring to the flow of the Orange at this location) is a farm on the banks of the Orange River in the south of Namibia hard on the border with South Africa.
Austrått Fort is a disused coastal artillery site located at Austrått in Ørland, Norway.
Austria (Österreich), officially the Republic of Austria (Republik Österreich), is a federal republic and a landlocked country of over 8.8 million people in Central Europe.
Austria-Hungary, often referred to as the Austro-Hungarian Empire or the Dual Monarchy in English-language sources, was a constitutional union of the Austrian Empire (the Kingdoms and Lands Represented in the Imperial Council, or Cisleithania) and the Kingdom of Hungary (Lands of the Crown of Saint Stephen or Transleithania) that existed from 1867 to 1918, when it collapsed as a result of defeat in World War I. The union was a result of the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867 and came into existence on 30 March 1867.
The Austro-Hungarian Army (Landstreitkräfte Österreich-Ungarns; Császári és Királyi Hadsereg) was the ground force of the Austro-Hungarian Dual Monarchy from 1867 to 1918.
Avram Miletić (Аврам Милетић) (1755 – after 1826) was a merchant and writer of epic folk songs who is best known for writing the earliest collection of urban lyric poetry in Serbian language between 1778 and 1781.
The Occupation of Vojvodina (a province of modern Serbia) from 1941 to 1944 was carried out by Nazi Germany and its client states / puppet regimes: Horthy's Hungary and Independent State of Croatia In 1941, during World War II, Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and Hungary invaded and occupied the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
Azbukum is a centre for Serbian language and culture founded in 1995.
The égig érő fa ("sky-high tree"), also called életfa ("tree of life"), világfa ("world tree"), or tetejetlen fa ("tree without a top"), is an element of Hungarian shamanism and native faith, and a typical element of Hungarian folk art and folk tales, and also a distinct folk tale type.
Óváros or Pentele is the central district of Dunaújváros in Hungary.
Ørland Main Air Station (Norwegian: Ørland hovedflystasjon) is situated at the mouth of the Trondheimsfjorden in the municipality of Ørland in Trøndelag county in the center of Norway.
Újszentiván (Novi Sentivan) is a village in Csongrád county, in the Southern Great Plain region of southern Hungary.
Ćićevac (Ћићевац) is a town and municipality located in the Rasina District of central Serbia.
Ćiribiribela is the ninth and final studio album released by Yugoslav rock band Bijelo Dugme, released in 1988.
Ćorkovići (Ћорковићи) is populated place in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kotor Varoš Municipality in Republika Srpska.
Ćukovine is a village in Serbia.
Ćuprija (Serbian Cyrillic: Ћуприја) is a town and municipality located in the Pomoravlje District of central Serbia.
Čačak (Чачак) is a city and the administrative center of the Moravica District in central Serbia.
Čabarkapa (Чабаркапа) is a Serbo-Croatian surname, derived from a nickname meaning "bucket-cap" or "tub-cap".
Čajetina (Чајетина) is a town and municipality located in the Zlatibor District of western Serbia.
Čakovec (Csáktornya; Aquama; Tschakathurn) is a city in northern Croatia, located around north of Zagreb, the Croatian capital.
Čalma is a village located in the Sremska Mitrovica municipality, in the Syrmia District of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Čečava (Serbian Cyrillic: Чечава) is a village in the municipality of Teslić, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Češko Selo is a village located in the Bela Crkva municipality, in the South Banat District of Serbia.
Čedomilj Mijatović (or Chedomille Mijatovich, also spelled Mijatovitch, Miyatovich and Miyatovitch. His first name was often abbreviated in his publications to Chedo or Cheda, Чедомиљ Мијатовић, October 6/18, 1842 – May 14, 1932) was a Serbian statesman, economist, historian, writer, politician, diplomat and one of the leaders of the Progressive Party.
Čedomir Lazarević (Чедомир Лазаревић; 5 October 1926 – 20 October 1962) was a Serbian footballer who played for FK Partizan.
Čedomir Marjanović (27 May 1906 – 19 September 1945) was a Serbian politician who collaborated with the Axis Powers in World War II.
Čedomir Mirković (Serbian Cyrillic: Чедомир Мирковић; January 18, 1944 – April 25, 2005) was a Serbian writer.
Čedomir Tomčić (Чедомир Томчић; born 20 April 1987) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for FK Bečej.
Čelarevo is a village located in the Bačka Palanka municipality, in the South Bačka District of Serbia.
Čelinac (Челинац) is a town and municipality located in north-west Republika Srpska, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Čeljevo is a village in Herzegovina, in Čapljina municipality, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Čelopek (Челопек, Çellopek) is a village in the municipality of Brvenica, Republic of Macedonia.
Čeluga is a small town in Montenegro.
The Čemerno massacre refers to the massacre of ethnic Serbs of the village of Čemerno, in the Ilijaš Municipality, near Sarajevo, on 10 June 1992, during the Bosnian War.
Čeminac (Laskafeld) is a village and municipality in Osijek-Baranja county, Croatia.
Čengić (Cyrillic: Ченгић) is a village in the municipality of Bijeljina, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Čenta is a village located in the Zrenjanin municipality, in the Central Banat District of Serbia.
Čento (Ченто, Hasanbeg) is a neighbourhood in the City of Skopje, Macedonia, administered by the Gazi Baba Municipality.
Čepin (Csepin; Tschepin) is a town and municipality in Osijek-Baranja County, Croatia.
A česnica (Serbian Cyrillic: чесница,; derived from the noun čest, meaning "share"), also called Božićna pogača (Serbian Cyrillic: Божићна погача, "Christmas pogača") is the ceremonial, round loaf of bread that is an indispensable part of Christmas dinner in Serbian tradition.
Čestereg (Честерег) is a village in Serbia.
Četirce (Четирце) is a village in northeastern Republic of Macedonia, in the municipality of Kumanovo.
Četvrti Jul (Четврти Јул) is a neighbourhood of Zrenjanin, Serbia.
Čitluk is a village in Serbia.
Čitluk is a village in Serbia.
Čoka (Чока,; Csóka,; Tschoka; Čoka) is a town and municipality located in the North Banat District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Čonoplja is a village in Serbia.
Čukarica (Чукарица) is a municipality of the city of Belgrade.
Čurović (Чуровић) is a Serbian surname.
Čurug is a village in the municipality of Žabalj, in the South Bačka District of Serbia.
The Đakovo concentration camp (Đakovo koncentracioni logor) was a concentration camp established in 1941 in Đakovo, Independent State of Croatia (modern-day Croatia).
Đala is a village in Serbia.
Radiša Trajković, known by the stage name Đani (born 23 July 1973), is a Serbian pop-folk icon popular in the former Yugoslavia.
Đenovići is a small town in Montenegro in Herceg Novi Municipality.
Đevrske (Ђеврске) is a village located in Kistanje municipality, 10 km southwest of Kistanje, in the continental part of Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia.
Đorđe "Đoko" Rosić (Джоко Росич, Dzhoko Rosich, Ђоко Росић; 28 February 1932 – 21 February 2014) was a Bulgarian actor who was also prominent in Hungary.
Đoković (Ђоковић), sometimes spelled Djokovic or Djokovich, is a Serbian surname, derived from the male given name "Đoka"/"Đoko", itself a diminutive of the name Đorđe (George in English).
Đorđe Đorđević (Ђорђе Ђорђевић; born 7 March 1988) is a Serbian football midfielder who last played for Apolonia Fier in Kategoria Superiore.
Đorđe Đurić (Ђорђе Ђурић, born 10 August 1991) is a Serbian football player.
Đorđe Bajić (born 23 April 1977) is a Serbian football player who played for BVSC Budapest.
Đorđe Balašević (Ђорђе Балашевић, born 11 May 1953) is a prominent Serbian and former Yugoslav singer-songwriter.
Đorđe "Giška" Božović (Ђорђе Гишка Божовић; 16 September 1955 – 15 September 1991) was a Serbian criminal and paramilitary commander during the Yugoslav Wars.
Đorđe Branković (Ђорђе Бранковић, Georgius Brankovich, Gheorghe Brancovici; 1645 – 19 December 1711) was a Transylvanian Serb diplomat, writer, and self-proclaimed descendant of the medieval Serbian Branković dynasty.
Đorđe Despotović (Serbian Cyrillic: Ђорђе Деспотовић; born 4 March 1992) is a Serbian footballer who is currently playing for Astana, as a centre forward.
Đorđe Detlinger was a Serbian footballer.
Đorđe Gogov (Serbian Cyrillic: Ђорђе Гогов; born 5 September 1988, in Dimitrovgrad, Serbia) is a Serbian singer, musician, and television personality.
Đorđe Jovanović (21 January 1861, Novi Sad – 26 March 1953, Belgrade) was a Serbian sculptor of the early 20th century and a full member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
Đorđe Kačunković (7 April 1928 - 24 March 1994) was a Serbian footballer and later coach, nicknamed Bata Đole.
Đorđe Lazović (Ђорђе Лазовић; born 1 October 1990) is a Serbian football defender who plays for Borac Čačak in the Serbian SuperLiga.
Đorđe Marković Koder (Cyrillic: Ђорђе Марковић Кодер) (1806 – April 30, 1891) was a Serbian poet born in Austrian Empire.
Đorđe Milić (born 12 October 1972), sometimes spelled as George Milic, is a Serbian retired middle-distance track athlete.
Đorđe S. Simić (28 February 1843, in Belgrade – 11 October 1921, in Zemun), was a Serbian politician and diplomat.
Đorđe Stojaković (Ђорђе Стојаковић) (1810–1863) was a Serbian political activist, lawyer and a revolutionary.
Đorđe Topalović (Serbian Cyrillic: Ђopђe Toпaлoвић, born 11 January 1977 in Nemačka), is a retired Serbian professional football goalkeeper.
Đorđe Tutorić (Serbian Cyrillic: Ђорђе Туторић; born 5 March 1983 in Subotica, Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian football player.
Đorđe Vajfert (Ђорђе Вајферт, Georg Weifert; 15 June 185012 January 1937) was a Serbian industrialist of German descent, Governor of the National Bank of Serbia and later Yugoslavia.
Đorđe Vukobrat (Ђорђе Вукобрат; born 5 May 1984) is a Serbian football defender who last played for Donji Srem in Serbian SuperLiga.
Đorđević (Ђорђевић) is a Serbian surname, a patronymic derived from the given name Đorđe ("George", from Ancient Greek Georgios meaning farmer).
Đulići is a village located in the Zvornik Municipality, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Đurađ Crnojević (Ђурађ Црноjeвић, Гюргь Цьрноевыкь; d. 1514) was the Lord of Zeta between 1490 and 1496.
Đurđenovac is a municipality in Slavonia, in the Osijek-Baranja County of Croatia.
Đurđin is a village located in the Subotica municipality, in the North Bačka District of Serbia.
Đuro Jandrić (Ђуро Јандрић; born 30 October 1983) is a Serbian football defender who plays for Budućnost Dobanovci.
Đurađ "Đuro" Pucar "Stari" (Ђурађ "Ђуро" Пуцар "Стари"; 13 December 1899 – 12 April 1979) was a Yugoslav and Bosnian politician.
Đuro Zec (Ђуро Зец; born 6 March 1990) is a Serbian football midfielder, who plays for Napredak Kruševac.
Şehsuvar Sultan (1682 – 16 April 1756) was the consort (kadinefendi) to the Ottoman Sultan Mustafa II (r. 1695–1703) and Valide Sultan to their son Osman III (r. 1754–1757).
Šabac (Serbian Cyrillic: Шабац) is a city located in the Mačva region of western Serbia.
Šajkaš is a village located in the Titel municipality, in the South Bačka District of Serbia.
Šajkaši (In sr, шајкаши, Tschaikisten) refers to the river flotilla troops guarding the Danube and Sava, and especially, the Port of Belgrade, against the Ottoman Empire from the 16th to the 19th century.
Šajkaška (Шајкашка) is a historical region in northern Serbia.
Šangaj (Шангај) is an urban neighborhood of the city of Novi Sad, Serbia.
Šarengrad is a village in Croatia.
The šargija (Cyrillic: Шаргија, Sharki.) is a plucked, fretted long necked chordophone used in the folk music of various Balkan countries, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Albania, and Serbia.
Šavnik (Serbian Cyrillic: Шавник) is a city in Montenegro, on the Šavnik river.
Šavnik Municipality is one of the municipalities of Montenegro.
Šešelj is a Serbo-Croatian surname, borne by Croats and Serbs, found in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia.
Šegrt is a Serbo-Croatian surname, derived from the word šegrt ("apprentice"), itself originating from Ottoman Turkish şâgird.
Šekularac (Serbian Cyrillic: Шекуларац) is a Serbian surname with origins in Berane, Montenegro of the Vasojevići clan.
Ševarice (Serbian Cyrillic: Шеварице) is a village in Serbia.
Šišatovac a village in Serbia.
The Šišatovac Monastery (Serbian: Манастир Шишатовац / Manastir Šišatovac) is a Serb Orthodox monastery situated on the Fruška Gora mountain in the northern Serbia, in the province of Vojvodina.
Šiševo (Шишево, Shishovë) is a village in the municipality of Saraj, Republic of Macedonia.
Šibovi (Шибови) is a settlement in the Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska entity, Kotor Varoš Municipality.
Šid (Шид) is a town and municipality located in the Srem District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Šimanovci is a village in Serbia.
Šimić is a surname found mainly among the Croats, but sometimes also among the Serbs.
Šiprage (Шипраге) is a settlement and former municipality in the Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska entity, Kotor Varoš Municipality.
Širine (Braidaföld) is a settlement in the region of Baranja, Croatia.
The Široka Kula massacre was the killing of 41 civilians in the village of Široka Kula near Gospić, Croatia during the Croatian War of Independence.
Široki Brijeg is a city and the administrative center of West Herzegovina Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Škabrnja massacre was the killing of 62 Croatian civilians and five prisoners of war by Serbian Autonomous Oblast Krajina (SAO Krajina) Territorial Defence troops and the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) in the villages of Škabrnja and Nadin northeast of Zadar on 18–19 November 1991, during the Croatian War of Independence.
Šokci (Šokci, Sokácok, Шокци Šokci) are an ethnographic group of South Slavs mainly identified as Croats.
Šovinistička farsa (Шовинистичка фарса), Chauvinistic Farce in English is a theatre play, written by Radoslav Pavlović that performed across former Yugoslavia prior to and during its dissolution.
The Španji (Шпањи) was a medieval people that inhabited the region of Nikšić and valley of river Zeta in modern-day Montenegro.
Španovica (pronounced Shpanovitza) is a village in Pakrac, Croatia.
Šta je to u tvojim venama (English: What Is In Your Veins?), later renamed Kukavica (English: Coward), is the fifth studio album by Serbian singer Ceca.
Štavica is a village situated in Ljig municipality in Serbia.
Štikovo is a small village in the Šibenik-Knin county, Croatia.
Štip (Штип) is the largest urban agglomeration in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia, serving as the economic, industrial, entertainment and educational focal point for the surrounding municipalities.
Štitar is a village in Serbia, located around 9 km west from the town of Šabac, in Mačva District.
Šušanj is a small town in Montenegro.
Šušure, in Serb Cyrillic Шушуре, is a village in Serbia, located in the municipality of Sjenica, district of Zlatibor.
The šubara (шубара) is a type of traditional male winter hat used by the Serbs in folk attire.
Šuica (or Šujica()) is a village in the municipality of Tomislavgrad in western Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Šumadija District (Шумадијски округ / Šumadijski okrug) is one of eight administrative districts of Šumadija and Western Serbia.
Šumarak is a village in Serbia.
Šurjan is a village in Serbia.
Šuto Orizari (Шуто Оризари; Romani: Shuto Orizari; Shutkë), often shortened in Šutka (Шутка), is a neighbourhood in the City of Skopje, Macedonia, and the seat of Šuto Orizari Municipality.
Žabalj is a town and municipality located in the South Bačka District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Žabljak (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Жабљак) is a small town in northern Montenegro.
Žagubica (Жагубица) is a village and municipality located in the Braničevo District of the eastern Serbia.
Žaklina Šojić is a Danish beauty pageant titleholder of Serb descent, who was crowned Miss Universe Danmark 2007 and represented Denmark at Miss Universe 2007 in Mexico City, Mexico.
Professor Žarko Korać (Жарко Кораћ), Ph.D. (born 9 March 1947 in Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian psychologist and politician.
Žarkovac is a village in Serbia.
Žegar (Жегар) is a historical settlement in the mountainous Bukovica, above the Zrmanja river, not far from the Krupa monastery.
Želimir Žilnik (Желимир Жилник;; born 8 September 1942) is a Serbian film director best known as one of the major figures of the Yugoslav Black Wave film movement of the 1960s and 1970s.
Željezno Polje is a village in Žepče Municipality, Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Željka Cvijanović, Grabovac (Жељка Цвијановић; born 2 August 1967 in Teslić), is a Serb politician, Prime Minister of Republika Srpska for the Bosnian Serb SNSD party.
Željko Božić (born September 29, 1974 in Belgrade, Serbia; died June 7, 2006) was a famous Serbian stuntman and actor.
Željko Brkić (Serbian Cyrillic: Жељко Бркић, born 9 July 1986) is a Serbian football goalkeeper who last played for PAOK in the Greek Superleague.
Željko Cicović (born 2 September 1970 in Belgrade) is a Serbian football goalkeeper.
Željko Goljović (Жељко Гољовић; born 3 April 1998) is a Serbian football forward who plays for OFK Beograd.
Željko Jovanović (Šabac, 2 October 1961) is a notable Serbian newspaper and art photographer.
Željko Kerum (born September 25, 1960) is a Croatian entrepreneur and a politician.
Željko Markov (born 20 September 1976) is a Serbian football coach and former player.
Ženite se momci (English translation: Get Married Boys) is the second studio album by Serbian pop singer Jelena Karleuša.
Žiča (Жича, pronounced or) is an early 13th-century Serbian Orthodox monastery near Kraljevo, Serbia.
Žitište (Житиште) is a town and municipality located in the Central Banat District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Žitoše (Житоше, Zhitosh) is a village in the municipality of Dolneni, Republic of Macedonia.
Žitorađa (Житорађа) is a village and municipality located in the Toplica District of the southern Serbia.
Živana Antonijević or Blind Živana (she was probably born in the 1770s and died in Zemun in 1828) was Serbian storyteller, female gusle player (guslar) and one of the most important sources for Serbian epic poetry recorded by Vuk Karadžić.
Živko Slijepčević (born 19 August 1957) is a Serbian football manager and former player.
Živojin "Žika" Tamburić (Serbian Cyrillic: Живојин Тамбурић; born 1957 in Kruševac, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian comics critic, historian, editor and publisher, most notable for his work on first critical comics lexicon in Eastern Europe, The Comics We Loved, Selection of 20th Century Comics and Creators from the Region of Former Yugoslavia (2011).
Živorad Kovačević (Cyrillic Живорад Ковачевић; 30 May 1930 – 23 March 2011) was a Yugoslav (Serbian) diplomat, politician, NGO activist, academic and writer.
Živorad Smiljanić (born 6 February 1942, in Zaječar) is a Serbian politician, member of the Socialist Party of Serbia.
The Baćin massacre was the killing of 83 civilians just outside the village of Baćin, near Hrvatska Dubica, committed by Croatian Serb paramilitaries.
Bač (Бач) is a town and municipality located in the South Bačka District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Bačinci is a village located in Syrmia, Vojvodina, Serbia.
Bačka (Бачка / Bačka,; Bácska) is a geographical and historical area within the Pannonian Plain bordered by the river Danube to the west and south, and by the river Tisza to the east.
Bačka Palanka (Бачка Паланка) is a town and municipality located in the South Bačka District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Bačka Topola (Бачка Топола,; Topolya) is a town and municipality located in the North Bačka District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Bački Breg (Бачки Брег, Béreg) is a village located in the Sombor municipality, in the West Bačka District of Serbia.
Bački Brestovac is a village in Serbia.
Bački Gračac is a village located in the Odžaci municipality, in the West Bačka District of Serbia.
Bački Jarak is a town located in the Temerin municipality, in the South Bačka District of Serbia.
Bački Monoštor (Бачки Моноштор) is a village located in the Sombor municipality, in the West Bačka District of Serbia.
Bački Petrovac (Бачки Петровац, Báčsky Petrovec) is a town and municipality located in the South Bačka District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Bački Sokolac is a village in Serbia.
Bačko Dobro Polje is a small village in Serbia, in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.
Bačko Gradište (Бачко Градиште,; Bácsföldvár,; Feldwar in der Batschau) is a village located in the Bečej municipality, in the South Bačka District of Serbia.
Bačko Petrovo Selo (Serbian Cyrillic: Бачко Петрово Село; Hungarian: Péterréve, German: Batschko Petrovo Selo) is a village located in the Bečej Мunicipality, in the South Bačka District of Serbia.
Bašaid (Башаид) is a village located in the Kikinda municipality, in the North Banat District of the Republic of Serbia.
Baština is a populated place in the Kotor Varoš Municipality of Central Bosnia, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Babaroga is the fourth studio album by Serbian singer Ceca.
Boris Michael Martin (March 28, 1920 – August 1, 2013) was a Major League Baseball outfielder for the St. Louis Browns (1944–46 and 1953) and a catcher for the Boston Red Sox (1948–49).
Babić (Serbian Cyrillic: Бабић) is a Bosniak, Croatian and Serbian family name.
Babović is a Serbian surname.
Babušnica is a town and municipality located in the Pirot District of south|eastern Serbia.
The badnjak (Cyrillic: бадњак), also called veseljak (весељак,, literally "jovial one" in Serbian), is a tree branch or young tree brought into the house and placed on the fire on the evening of Christmas Eve, a central tradition in Serbian Christmas celebrations.
Badovinci (Бадовинци) is a village in Serbia.
The Bagaš (Багаш, Pagases) was a Serbian noble family that served the Serbian Kingdom and Empire.
Baia de Aramă monastery (Mănăstirea Baia de Aramă) is a monastery in Baia de Aramă, Romania, located in the north-west area of Oltenia, in the Mehedinți Plateau, sheltered by a small depression, surrounded by the Dochiciu, Dealu-Mare and Cornet hills, it communicates through national roads with Târgu Jiu, Motru, Strehaia and Turnu Severin, but also with the Băile Herculane and Bala resorts.
Baja is a city in Bács-Kiskun, southern Hungary.
Bajina Bašta (Бајина Башта) is a town and municipality located in the Zlatibor District of western Serbia.
Bajmok (Бајмок; Bajmok) is a village located in the Subotica municipality, in the North Bačka District of Serbia.
The bajrak (pronounced or, meaning "banner" or "flag") was an Ottoman territorial unit, consisting of villages in mountainous frontier regions of the Balkans, from which military recruitment was based.
Bajraktarević is a predominantly Bosnian surname, an occupational surname derived from bajraktar, a Turkism meaning "flag-bearer".
Bakar (Buccari, Szádrév) is a town in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County in western Croatia.
The Bakić (Бакић,; Bakics család) were a Serbian noble family that initially held estates in Šumadija (south of the Danube) under Ottoman occupation, then crossed the river and gave its service to the Kingdom of Hungary, becoming one of the leading Serbian noble family in the country, fighting the Ottoman Empire.
Balša Božović (Балша Божовић; born 10 May 1983 in Belgrade) is a Serbian politician, member of Democratic Party, and he was President of Democratic Youth from 21 Jun 2009 until 23 July 2013.
Balin Dol (Балин Дол, Balindoll) is a village in the municipality of Gostivar, Republic of Macedonia.
Baljci is an uninhabited village in the Dalmatian hinterland, southeast of Knin in the Šibenik-Knin County.
Baljvine is a village located in the municipality of Mrkonjić Grad in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Balkan brass, popularly known by the Serbian name Truba (Труба, "trumpet"), is a distinctive style of music originating in the Balkan region as a fusion between military music and folk music.
The Balkans, or the Balkan Peninsula, is a geographic area in southeastern Europe with various and disputed definitions.
Ban of Croatia (Croatian: Hrvatski ban; horvát bán) was the title of local rulers or office holders and after 1102 viceroys of Croatia.
The Banat is a geographical and historical region in Central Europe that is currently divided among three countries: the eastern part lies in western Romania (the counties of Timiș, Caraș-Severin, Arad south of the Körös/Criș river, and the western part of Mehedinți); the western part in northeastern Serbia (mostly included in Vojvodina, except a part included in the Belgrade Region); and a small northern part lies within southeastern Hungary (Csongrád county).
The Banat was a political entity established in 1941 after the occupation and partition of Yugoslavia by the Axis Powers in the historical Banat region.
The Banat Military Frontier or simply Banat Frontier (Банатска крајина/Banatska krajina) was a district of the Habsburg Monarchy's Military Frontier located in the Banat region.
The Banat of Temeswar or Banat of Temes was a Habsburg province that existed between 1718 and 1778.
The Banat Republic (Banater Republik, Bánáti Köztársaság or Bánsági Köztársaság, Republica bănățeană or Republica Banatului, Банатска република., Banatska republika) was a short-lived state proclaimed in Timișoara in November 1918, shortly after the dissolution of Austria-Hungary.
Banat, Bačka and Baranja (Serbian: Banat, Bačka i Baranja / Банат, Бачка и Барања) was a de facto province of the Kingdom of Serbia and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes between November 1918 and 1922.
The Banate of Macsó or the Banate of Mačva was an administrative division (banate) of the medieval Kingdom of Hungary, which was located in the present-day Mačva region of Serbia.
Banatska Crna Gora is a historical region between Timișoara and Lugoj in western Romania.
Banatska Palanka is a village in Serbia.
Banatska Topola (Банатска Топола) is a village in the Kikinda municipality, in the North Banat District of the Republic of Serbia.
Banatski Brestovac is a village located in the Municipality of Pančevo, in the South Banat District of Serbia.
Banatski Karlovac is a town located in the Alibunar municipality, in the South Banat District of Serbia.
Banatsko Karađorđevo is a village in Serbia.
Banatsko Novo Selo (Банатско Ново Село) is a village in northern Serbia, situated in the municipality of Pančevo, South Banat District, Vojvodina province.
Banja Luka (Бања Лука) or Banjaluka (Бањалука), is the second largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the de facto capital of the Republika Srpska entity.
Banja (Бања, Bajë) or Banja Rudnička (Бања Рудничка) is a settlement in the Skenderaj municipality in Kosovo.
Banjevac is a village in Serbia.
The Banjica concentration camp (KZ Banjica) was a German concentration camp in the Territory of the Military Commander in Serbia during World War II.
Banoštor is a village in Serbia.
Banovo Polje is a village in Serbia.
Bapska is a village in Croatia.
Bar (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Бар) is a coastal town and seaport in southern Montenegro.
Barajevo (Барајево) is a municipality of the city of Belgrade.
Baranda (Serbian Cyrillic: Баранда) is a village in Serbia.
Baranjsko Petrovo Selo (Petárda) is a settlement in the region of Baranja, Croatia.
Baranya or Baranja (Baranya,; Baranja,; Branau, Барања/Baranja) is a geographical region between the Danube and the Drava rivers.
Baranya (Baranya, Baranja, Барања, Branau) was an administrative county (comitatus) of the Kingdom of Hungary.
Bardovci is a village in the municipality of Karpoš, Republic of Macedonia.
Barjaktarević (Барјактаревић) and "Barjaktarovic" is a Serbo-Montenegrin-Croatian surname, an occupational surname derived from barjaktar, a term adopted by Serb brotherhoods from the Turkism bayraktar, meaning "flag-bearer".
Barovo (Барово, Barovë) is a village in the municipality of Sopište, Republic of Macedonia.
Basil II (Βασίλειος Β΄, Basileios II; 958 – 15 December 1025) was a Byzantine Emperor from the Macedonian dynasty who reigned from 10 January 976 to 15 December 1025.
Batalage is a village in Serbia.
Batinci (Батинци, Batincë) is a village in the municipality of Studeničani, Republic of Macedonia.
Batrić Jovanović is a Serb politician and author from Montenegro.
Batrovci is a village located in Syrmia, Vojvodina, Serbia.
Batschka-Torontal District (Bačko-torontalski okrug or Бачко-торонталски округ; Bezirk Batschka-Torontal; Bács-Torontáli körzet; Districtul Bacica-Torontal; Bačko-torontalski okrug) was one of two original administrative districts of the Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar (a crown land within Austrian Empire).
The Battle for Novi Pazar was a battle fought between November and December 1941 during World War II, between the Chetniks and Muslim-Albanian forces under Axis command in the city of Novi Pazar, Sandžak in the German occupied Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
The Battle of Achelous or Acheloos (Битката при Ахелой, Μάχη του Αχελώου), also known as the Battle of Anchialus,Stephenson (2004), p. 23 took place on 20 August 917, on the Achelous River near the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, close to the fortress Tuthom (modern Pomorie) between Bulgarian and Byzantine forces.
The Battle of Bar (Битка код Бара) took place in 1042 between the army of Stefan Vojislav, the ruler of Duklja, and Byzantine forces led by Michaelus Anastasii.
The Battle of Belaćevac Mine was a week-long clash between the Yugoslav Army (VJ), Serbian police (MUP) and the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) in June 1998, during the Kosovo War.
The Battle of Biskupice (Püspöki csata, Schlacht bei Bischdorf, Bitka pri Biskupiciach) was a battle between the Kurucs (Hungarians) and the Danish auxiliaries of the Habsburg army in April 21, 1704.
The Battle of Borovo Selo on 2 May 1991 (known in Croatia as the Borovo Selo massacre, Pokolj u Borovom Selu and in Serbia as the Borovo Selo incident, Инцидент у Боровом Селу) was one of the first armed clashes in the conflict which became known as the Croatian War of Independence.
The Battle of Boulgarophygon or Battle of Bulgarophygon (Битка при Булгарофигон or Битка при Българофигон) was fought in the summer of 896 near the town of Bulgarophygon, modern Babaeski in Turkey, between the Byzantine Empire and the First Bulgarian Empire.
The Battle of Breadfield (Kenyérmezei csata, Bătălia de la Câmpul Pâinii, Ekmek Otlak Savaşı) was the most tremendous conflict fought in Transylvania up to that time in the Ottoman–Hungarian Wars taking place on October 13, 1479, on the Breadfield Zsibód (Şibot) near the Mureş River.
The Battle of Deligrad was fought between Serbia and the Ottoman Empire in 1806.
The Battle of Dubravnica was fought in the summer of 1380 or December 1381, on the Dubravnica River near Paraćin in today's central Serbia, between the Serbian forces of Prince Lazar of Serbia led by commanders Vitomir and Crep and the invading Ottoman Turks of Sultan Murad I. The battle was the first historical mention of any Ottoman movements into Prince Lazar's territory.
Battle of Gospić (Bitka za Gospić) was fought in the environs of Gospić, Croatia, from 29 August until 22 September 1991 during the Croatian War of Independence.
The Battle of Haram or Chramon (modern Nova Palanka) was fought between the forces of King Stephen II (r. 1116–1131) of Hungary and Emperor John II Komnenos (r. 1118–1143) of the Byzantine Empire in the year 1128, or possibly earlier – in 1125 (the chronology is uncertain), in what is now Serbia, and resulted in a major defeat for the Hungarians.
The Battle of Ilava was a battle in the Hussite Wars between the Hussites and the Hungarian-Royalists army near Ilava (hist. Lewa) in Upper Hungary (today mostly Slovakia) on November 11, 1431.
The Battle of Ivankovac (Бој на Иванковцу/Boj na Ivankovcu) was the first full-scale confrontation between Serbian revolutionaries and the regular forces of the Ottoman Empire during the First Serbian Uprising.
The Battle of Junik (Beteja e Junikut; Битка за Јуник, Bitka za Junik) was a battle fought during the Kosovo War between the ethnic Albanian paramilitary organization known as the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) and the security forces of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia over the town of Junik in western Kosovo.
The Battle of Keresztes (Also known as the Battle of Mezőkeresztes) (Haçova Muharebesi) took place on 24–26 October 1596.
The Battle of Kleidion (or Clidium, after the medieval name of the village of Klyuch, "(the) key"; also known as the Battle of Belasitsa) took place on July 29, 1014 between the Byzantine Empire and the Bulgarian Empire.
The Battle of Konotop or Battle of Sosnivka was fought between a coalition led by the Hetman of Ukrainian Cossacks Ivan Vyhovsky and cavalry units of the Russian Tsardom under the command of Semyon Pozharsky and Semyon Lvov, supported by Cossacks of Ivan Bezpaly,Davies B. L. Warfare, state and society on the Black Sea steppe, 1500—1700.
The Battle of Koroncó took place on 13 June 1704 at Koroncó in Moson County, Hungary between the Kurucs (Hungarians) and the army of Habsburg Empire (Germans, Danes, Serbs, Croats).
The Battle of Kosovo took place on 15 June 1389 between an army led by the Serbian Prince Lazar Hrebeljanović and an invading army of the Ottoman Empire under the command of Sultan Murad Hüdavendigâr.
The Battle of Kruševac was fought on October 2, 1454 between the forces of the Serbian Despotate, allied with the Kingdom of Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire.
The Battle of Kusonje was a two-day clash fought in the village of Kusonje near the town of Pakrac on 8–9 September 1991, during the Croatian War of Independence.
The Battle of Mojkovac was a World War I battle fought between 6 January and 7 January 1916 near Mojkovac, Montenegro, between the armies of Austria-Hungary and Montenegro.
The Battle of Pákozd (or Battle of Sukoró) was a battle in the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, fought on the 29 September 1848 in the Pákozd – Sukoró – Pátka triangle.
The Battle of Rusokastro (Битка при Русокастро, Μάχη του Ρουσόκαστρου) occurred on July 18, 1332 near the village of Rusokastro, Bulgaria, between the armies of the Bulgarian and Byzantine Empires.
Battle of Saint Gotthard was fought on December 13, 1705 between a Hungarian (Kuruc) army led by János Bottyán and an Austrian-Croatian-Serbian combined army under the command of Hannibal von Heister.
The Battle of Sisak (Bitka kod Siska; Bitka pri Sisku; Schlacht bei Sissek; Kulpa Bozgunu) was fought on 22 June 1593 between Ottoman regional forces of Telli Hasan Pasha, a notable commander (Beglerbeg) of the Eyalet of Bosnia, and a combined Christian army from the Habsburg lands, mainly Kingdom of Croatia and Inner Austria.
The Battle of Sjenica was a battle between attacking forces of Yugoslav Partisans on one side and defending forces of the Sandžak Muslim militia and town's militsiya (Serbs and Muslims) in Sjenica, on the territory of the Italian governorate of Montenegro.
The Battle of Suvodol was fought near Sjenica between the Serbian rebels under Karađorđe and Ottoman army consisting of Albanians under Numan Pasha in late May 1809, during the First Serbian Uprising.
The Battle of Sződfalva or Battle of Sedfal field (Sződfalvi csata, Бој на Седфалском пољу (Boj na Sedfalskom polju)) was fought on July 25, 1527, between voivodian Serbs, under Jovan Nenad, and the Transylvanian army of (Hungarians and Saxons).
The Battle of Szina or Seňa took place near Szina in the Kingdom of Hungary (present-day Seňa, in Slovakia).
The Battle of Tarcal or Battle of Tokaj (Tarcali csata) was a battle fought on 27 September 1527 near Tokaj between the Habsburg-German-Hungarian forces of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria and an opposing Hungarian army under the command of John Zápolya.
The Battle of the Barracks (Bitka za vojarne) was a series of engagements that occurred in mid-to-late 1991 between the Croatian National Guard (Zbor narodne garde – ZNG, later renamed the Croatian Army) and the Croatian police on one side and the Yugoslav People's Army (Jugoslovenska Narodna Armija – JNA) on another.
The Battle of Trenčín (Schlacht bei Trentschin, Trencséni csata, Bitka pri Trenčíne) was a battle between the Hungarian Kuruc forces of Francis II Rákóczi and the Imperial Army of the Habsburgs.
The Battle of Trnava or Battle of Nagyszombat was a battle in the Hussite Wars between the Hussites and the Hungarian-Royalists-Serbian army near Trnava (Nagyszombat) in the Kingdom of Hungary (today in Slovakia).
The Battle of Vukovar was an 87-day siege of Vukovar in eastern Croatia by the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA), supported by various paramilitary forces from Serbia, between August and November 1991.
Battle of Zsibó (Zsibói csata, Schlacht bei Siben, Bătălia de la Jibou) was fought on November 15, 1705 between the Kuruc (Hungarian) army (supported by French contingents) and forces of the Habsburg Empire, Kingdom of Denmark and Vojvodian Serbs in Zsibó, Principality of Transylvania (today: Jibou, Romania).
The Battle of Zvolen (Zólyomi csata, Schlacht bei Altsohl, Bitka pri Zvolenu) was a battle between the Kuruc's and the army of Habsburg Monarchy in November 15, 1703 at Zvolen in Upper Hungary (modern day Slovakia).
The Battle on Vrtijeljka (бој на Вртијељци/boj na Vrtijeljci) was fought on a hill near Cetinje between a Venetian irregular force and an advancing Ottoman force, on 7 May 1685 at the start of the Morean War.
Battonya (Batanja) is a town in Békés County, in the Southern Great Plain region of south-east Hungary.
Bavanište (Serbian Cyrillic: Баваниште) is a village in Serbia.
The Bay of Kotor (Montenegrin: Бока Которска, Boka Kotorska); Bocche di Cattaro), known simply as Boka ("the Bay"), is the name of the winding bay of the Adriatic Sea in southwestern Montenegro and the region of Montenegro concentrated around the bay. The bay has been inhabited since antiquity. Its well-preserved medieval towns of Kotor, Risan, Tivat, Perast, Prčanj and Herceg Novi, along with their natural surroundings, are major tourist attractions. Natural and Culturo-Historical Region of Kotor has been a World Heritage Site since 1979. Its numerous Orthodox and Catholic churches and monasteries make it a major pilgrimage site.
Bács-Bodrog County (Bács-Bodrog vármegye, Komitat Batsch-Bodrog, Bačko-bodroška županija) was the administrative county (comitatus) of the Kingdom of Hungary from the 18th century to 1920.
Bácsbokod (Croatian: Bikić, German: Wikitsch) is a large village and municipality in Bács-Kiskun county, in the Southern Great Plain region of southern Hungary.
Bátaszék (Badeseck, Batsek) is a town in Tolna County, Hungary.
Békés, is an administrative division (county or megye) in south-eastern Hungary, on the border with Romania.
Béla Linder (Majs, 10 February 1876 – Belgrade, 15 April 1962), Hungarian colonel of artillery, Secretary of War of Mihály Károlyi government, minister without portfolio of Dénes Berinkey government, military attaché of Hungarian Soviet Republic based in Vienna, finally the mayor of Pécs during the period of Serb occupation.
Béla of Macsó (after 1243 – November 1272) was a member of the Rurik dynasty.
Baron Béla Orczy de Orczi (16 January 1822 – 7 February 1917) was a Hungarian politician and freedom fighter, who served as Interior Minister between 1887 and 1889.
Bečej (Бечеј / Bečej,, Óbecse) is a town and municipality located in the South Bačka District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Bečmen (Cyrillic: Бечмен) is a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
Bešenovački Prnjavor is a village in Serbia.
Bešenovo is a village in Serbia.
Beška is a village in Serbia.
Bežanija (Бежанија) is an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
Bedinje (Бедиње, Bedinjë) is a village in the municipality of Kumanovo, Republic of Macedonia.
Begaljica (Бегаљица) is a rural settlement in the Grocka municipality of eastern Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
Begeč (Бегеч) is a suburban settlement of the city of Novi Sad, Serbia.
Begluci (Беглуци) is a village in Croatia.
Begović is a surname, derived from Ottoman Turkish word bey (beg in Serbo-Croatian) meaning "chieftain" or "lord".
Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU), popularly known as Běiwài in Mandarin and BFSU in English, is a university located in Beijing, China.
Beisfjord is a village in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway.
Bela Crkva (Бела Црква) is a village in Serbia.
Bela Crkva (Бела Црква, Weißkirchen, Fehértemplom, Biserica Albă) is a town and municipality located in the South Banat District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Béla Ferenc Dezső Blaskó (20 October 1882 – 16 August 1956), better known as Bela Lugosi, was a Hungarian-American actor famous for portraying Count Dracula in the 1931 film and for his roles in various other horror films.
Bela Palanka (Serbian Cyrillic: Бела Паланка) is a town and municipality located in the Pirot District of southeastern Serbia.
Belaur (Белаур) (died 1336) was a Bulgarian noble and despot of Vidin and brother of the Bulgarian Emperor Michael Shishman (1323–1330).
Belgrade (Beograd / Београд, meaning "White city",; names in other languages) is the capital and largest city of Serbia.
Belgrade City Administration (Управа града Београда, Uprava grada Beograda) was an administrative district of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia from 1929 to 1941.
The Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra (Београдска филхармонија/Beogradska filharmonija) is an orchestra located in Belgrade, Serbia.
Sukkat Shalom Synagogue or Belgrade Synagogue (Serbian: Београдска синагога / Beogradska sinagoga) is currently the only fully active Jewish place of worship in Serbian capital Belgrade, as other synagogues citywide are not active.
Belgrade Town Hall building is located at 1 Uzun Mirkova Street, in Belgrade, and has the status of the cultural monument.
Belo Blato is a village located in the Zrenjanin municipality, in the Central Banat District of Serbia.
Belotić or Mačvanski Belotić is a village in Serbia.
Benčić is a Croatian and Serbian surname.
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Benedikt Benko Vinković (Benedictus II Vinkovich) (1581 – 2 December 1642) was a Catholic bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pécs (1630-1637) and Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Zagreb (1637-1642).
Benkovac is a town and municipality (Općina) in the interior of Zadar County, Croatia.
Beočin (Serbian Cyrillic: Беочин, pronounced bɛɔ̌tʃiːn) is a town and municipality located in the South Bačka District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Berane (Serbian/Montenegrin Cyrillic: Беране) is one of the largest towns of northeastern Montenegro and a former administrative centre of the Ivangrad District.
Berat County (Qarku i Beratit) is one of the 12 counties of the Republic of Albania, spanning a surface area of with the capital in Berat.
Beremend (Breme) is a village in Baranya county, Hungary.
Berevce (Беревце, Beroc) is a settlement in the Štrpce municipality in Kosovo.
Berislav Grgić (born 15 February 1960) is a Bosnian Croat bishop serving in Norway as the Roman Catholic Territorial Prelate of Tromsø, the northernmost Catholic bishopric in the world.
Berkasovo is a village in Serbia.
Berlin is the second most populous city in the European Union, as calculated by city-proper population (not metropolitan area).
Berzasca (Berszászka, Bersaska, Берзаска Berzaska) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, in the Banat region of western Romania with a population of 3,123 people.
Beta Vukanović (18 April 1872 – 31 October 1972),, was a Serbian painter and centenarian.
Bez zaklona is the second album by the Serbian rock band Night Shift, released in 2009.
Bezdan (Serbian: Bezdan / Бездан, Hungarian: Bezdán, Croatian: Bezdan, German: Besdan) is a village located in Bačka, Vojvodina, Serbia.
Bijela Crkva (Бијела Црква) is a settlement in Rožaje, Montenegro.
The Bijeli Potok massacre refers to the mass killing of 750 Bosnian Muslim civilians by Serbs on 1 June 1992 in the settlement Bijeli Potok within the village Đulići, located in the municipality of Zvornik, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bijeljina is a city located in Republika Srpska, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Bijeljina massacre involved the killing of between 48 and 78 civilians by Serb paramilitary groups in Bijeljina on 1–2 April 1992 during the Bosnian War.
Bijelo Dugme (trans. White Button) was a Yugoslav rock band, based in Sarajevo.
Bijelo Polje (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Бијело Поље) is a town in northeastern Montenegro on the Lim River.
Bikić Do (Serbian Cyrillic: Бикић До, Rusyn: Бикич Дол) is a village in Serbia, in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.
Bikovo (Биково) is a village located in the Subotica municipality, in the North Bačka District of Serbia.
Bilice is a populated place in the Kotor Varoš Municipality of Central Bosnia, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Biljana Jovanović (28 January 1953 – 11 March 1996) was a Serbian author, peace activist and feminist.
Biljana Stanković (Serbian Cyrillic: Биљана Станковић; born 11 September 1974 in Vršac, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian basketball coach and former Serbian and Yugoslavian basketball player.
Bilje ('Bellye') is a town and municipality in the Baranja region of Osijek-Baranja County, in north-eastern Croatia.
Bill Carter (born 1966) is a writer and director.
William C. "Bill" Ray, Sr. (April 6, 1922 – September 9, 2013) was an American businessman, politician, and writer.
Bilo jednom... (English: Once Upon a Time) is a 2006 rockumentary by Serbian filmmaker Jovan Đerić.
Bingula is a village in Serbia.
Bioče (Montenegrin and Биоче) is a village nine miles northeast of Podgorica in Montenegro.
Biograd na Moru is a city and municipality in northern Dalmatia, Croatia and is significant for being the former capital of the medieval Croatian Kingdom.
Bioskop Fox is the seventh studio album by the Serbian rock band Smak, released in 1995.
Birovača (Бировача) is a village in Croatia.
Bisera Veletanlić (Бисера Велетанлић, born 15 September 1942 in Sisak, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian jazz singer, one of the greatest names of Yugoslav evergreen scene and the star of music festivals in the 1970s.
Biserka Cvejić (Бисерка Цвејић, born November 5, 1923) (mezzo-soprano) is a famous Serbian opera singer and university professor.
Biskupija (Бискупија) is a village and municipality in Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia.
Bistrica (Бистрица), also known as Novo Naselje (Ново Насеље), is an urban neighborhood of the city of Novi Sad, Serbia.
Bistrica (Бистрица) is a village in the municipality of Bitola, Republic of Macedonia.
Bitola (Битола known also by several alternative names) is a city in the southwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia.
Bitola (Битола) is a municipality in southern part of Republic of Macedonia.
Bivolje Brdo is a village in Herzegovina, in Čapljina municipality, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bjeković (Бјековић) is a Serbian surname that may refer to.
Bjelaj is a village in the municipality of Bosanski Petrovac, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bjelica is a Serbian and Montenegrin surname, mostly found in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and to a lesser extent in Croatia.
Bjelina (Бјелина) is a village of the Benkovac municipality.
Bjelovar (Belovár, Bellowar, Kajkavian: Belovar) is a city in central Croatia.
Bjelovar-Bilogora County (Bjelovarsko-bilogorska županija) is a county in central Croatia.
Blaža Knežević (Блажа Кнежевић; born 1968) is a politician in Serbia.
Blažo Bulatović (Блажо Булатовић; born 18 September 1990) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Sinđelić Beograd.
Blace (Блаце) is a town and municipality located in the Toplica District of the southern Serbia.
Black Blossom is an epic high fantasy novel by Serbian writer Boban Knežević, published in 1993.
Black Cobra is one of the largest immigrant street gangs in Denmark and is represented in most major Danish cities, with approximately 100 members.
The Black Jackets are a group of primarily Turkish immigrants from Heidenheim an der Brenz, Germany.
Black Lady is a studio album by the Serbian rock band Smak, released in 1978.
The Black Legion (Crna Legija), officially known as the 1st Standing Active Brigade (Prvi stajaći djelatni sdrug) was an Ustaše militia infantry unit active during World War II in Independent State of Croatia.
Michael "Black Mike" Winage (14 March 1870 – 15 March 1977) was a Serbian-Canadian miner, pioneer and adventurer who settled in the Yukon towards the end of the Klondike Gold Rush and who lived to be 107 years old.
The Blagaj massacre was the mass killing of around 400 Serb civilians by the Croatian nationalist Ustaše movement on 9 May 1941, during World War II.
Blagoje Adžić (Благоје Аџић; 2 September 1932 – 1 March 2012) was the acting minister of defence in the Yugoslav government.
Blagoje Jovović (Благоје Јововић; 1922 – 2 June 1999) was a Montenegrin Serb assassin, hotel owner, and participant of World War II in Yugoslavia initially as a member of the Partisan and later the Chetnik movement.
Blagoje Vidinić (Благоја Видиниќ; 11 June 1934. Fifa.com. Retrieved on 2011-06-01. – 29 December 2006) was a Macedonian football coach, former player, and former Olympic participant of Serbian origin.
Blagojević (Cyrillic: Благојевић)), also anglicized as Blagojevich or Blagoyevich, is a Montenegrin and Serbian surname, derived from the male given name (patronymic) of Blagoje. It may refer to.
Blagovac is town in Vogošća municipality, near Sarajevo, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Blatnica (Блатница) is a settlement in the Bosnia and Herzegovina, Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine entity, Zenica Municipality.
Bleiburg repatriations (see terminology) is a term encompassing events that took place after the end of World War II in Europe, when tens of thousands of soldiers and civilians associated with the Axis fleeing Yugoslavia were repatriated to that country.
The Blood Road (Blodveien) is a route northeast of Rognan in the municipality of Saltdal in Nordland county, Norway that was built by prisoners during the Second World War.
Bloody Sunday was the conclusion of a month-long "sitdowners' strike" by unemployed men at the main post office in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Bočar is a village located in the Novi Bečej municipality, in the Central Banat District of Serbia.
Bođani (Serbian Cyrillic: Бођани) is a village located in the Bač municipality which is in the South Bačka District of Serbia.
Boško Dopuđ (Бошко Допуђ; born 9 December 1990) is a Serbian football defender who plays for FK Metalac Gornji Milanovac.
Boško Mihajlović (Serbian Cyrillic: Бошко Михајловић; born October 10, 1971 in Novi Sad) is a Serbian former football player.
Boško Minić (born 24 October 1966 in Pančevo) is a former Serbian footballer who played as a striker.
Božić (Božič) is a common Serbian, Croatian and Slovenian surname.
Božidar Petranović (18 February 1809 – 12 September 1874) was a Serbian author, scholar, journalist, and one of the leading historians of Serbian literature and a distinctive proponent of world literature.
Božidar Rašica (1912–1992) was an architect, scenographer and painter.
Božidar Sandić (Serbian Cyrillic: Божидар Caндић) (born 1922 in Kikinda, Kingdom of SCS – 1 January 2008 in Kikinda, Serbia) was a Serbian football player.
Božidar Tadić (born 14 July 1983 in Loznica) is a Serbian footballer who plays for Panserraikos in the Greek Football League 2.
Božilak (in Macedonian Cyrillic: Божилак, 'Rainbow') is the sixth studio album by Macedonian singer Toše Proeski, released in Macedonian.
Božović (Cyrillic: Божовић,; plural: Božovići, Божовићи) is Serbian surname, and is one of the most common surnames in Serbia and Montenegro.
Božur Matejić (born 20 December 1963 in Prokuplje) is a former Serbian Yugoslav footballer.
Bob Bratina (born 1944) is a Canadian broadcaster and politician who served as the 56th Mayor of Hamilton, Ontario from 2010 to 2014.
Boban (Бобан) is a Croatian family name and Serbian and Montenegrin masculine given name.
Boban Kajgo (born March 10, 1989 in Mostar) is a Canadian soccer player of Serbian origin who plays for the OFK Balkan Mirijevo in the Serbian League Belgrade.
Boban Knežević (Бобан Кнежевић, born 17 September 1959 in Belgrade) is a Serbian science fiction and fantasy writer, comic book writer, editor and publisher.
Boban Vasov (Бобан Васов; born 9 January 1986 in Dimitrovgrad) is a Serbian football player who plays for Austrian club FC Großklein.
Bobota (Бобота) is a village in the municipality of Trpinja in Vukovar-Srijem County, Croatia.
The Bocskai uprising (in Hungary Bocskai's War of Independence Bocskai szabadságharc, Bocskai-felkelés) was a great revolt in Hungary, Transylvania and modern Slovakia, between 1604 and 1606 against Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor, during the Long Turkish War. The leader of the rebels was István Bocskai, a significant Protestant Hungarian nobleman. The great Ottoman war burdened the Hungarian Kingdom and led to famine and epidemics. The armies of the Christian states also destroyed as the Ottoman and Tatar forces. Rudolf persecuted the Protestants and the rich Hungarian noblemen were falsely accused of treason. Because of injuries István Bocskai organized the revolt and persuaded the Hungarian military units, the Hajduks, to join. Bocskai defeated the imperial forces and foreign mercenaries, and the Hungarian nobility, the Hungarian soldiers and peasants, and also the minorities went over to Bocskai's Hajduk army. Bocskai was supported by the Ottoman Empire, the Crimean Khanate, Moldavia, Transylvania and Wallachia, but prevented a possible Ottoman siege of Vienna. Bocskai was declared for the Prince of Transylvania and Hungary, but recognized the fact that the challenge of independence of Hungary is not possible against the Habsburg Monarchy and the Ottoman Empire. Bocskai marked the political route for his supporters, namely the preservation of the independent Transylvania, which may be a base for the unification of Hungary.
Bodrožić is a Serbo-Croatian surname, worn by ethnic Croats and Serbs, found in the Dalmatian hinterland, in the villages of Laktac, Koljane, Kosore, Biočić, and Žitnić.
Bogaje (Богаје), formerly known as Bogaji (Богаји) is a settlement in Rožaje, Montenegro.
Bogatić (Богатић) is a village and municipality located in the Mačva District of western Serbia.
Bogdan Gavrilović (Serbian Cyrillic: Богдан Гавриловић) (1864–1947) was a Serbian mathematician, physicist, philosopher, and educator.
Bogdan Mladenović (Богдан Младеновић; born 4 April 1996) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Rad.
Bogdan Radenković (Богдан Раденковић; Srbovac, Ottoman Empire, 1874 – Thessaloniki, Greece, 30 July 1917) was a Serb activist, an organizer of the Serbian Chetnik Organization and one of the founders of the Black Hand.
Bogdan Rangelov (Serbian Cyrillic: Богдан Рангелов, born 28 August 1997 in Niš, Serbia) is a Serbian professional footballer who plays for Greek club Karaiskakis on loan from PAOK as an attacking midfielder.
Bogdan Stević (Serbian Cyrillic: Богдан Стевић; born June 4, 1987) is a Serbian footballer who plays for FC Srbija Zürich in the Swiss 2. Liga.
Bogdanci (Богданци) is a small town in Republic of Macedonia, close to the border with Greece.
Bogić (Богић) is a Serbo-Croatian male given name and surname, predominantly borne by ethnic Serbs, derived from the word bog meaning "god".
Bogić Bogićević (Богић Богићевић) is a Bosnian politician of Bosnian Serb ethnicity, born in Ugljevik, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia (present day Bosnia and Herzegovina).
Bogić Popović (born 10 March 1974) is a former Serbian footballer.
Bogoštica is a village in Serbia.
Bogojević (pl. Bogojevići, Богојевићи) is a Serbian surname.
Bogojević Selo (Богојевић Село) is a Serbian village in the municipality of Trebinje, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bogojevo (Богојево; Gombos) is a village in Serbia.
Bogoljub Jevtić (Serbian Cyrillic: Богољуб Јевтић; 24 December 1886 – 7 June 1960) was a Serbian diplomat and politician in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
Bogoljub Kujundžić (1887 in Livno, Austria-Hungary – 1949 in Kitzbühel, Austria) was a Serbian politician before and during World War II.
Bogosav Živković (Богосав Живковић; 3 March 1920 – 28 October 2005) was a prominent Serbian sculptor and painter of Naïve and Outsider art.
Bogosavac is a village in the Šabac municipality in western Serbia.
Bojan (Slovenian, Serbian Latin and Croatian: Bojan; Serbian Cyrillic and Macedonian: Бојан; Ukrainian, Russian and Bulgarian Cyrillic: Боян, transcribed Boyan) is a Slavic given name, derived from the Slavic noun boj "battle." The ending -an is a suffix frequently found in anthroponyms of Slavic origin.
Bojan Čiča (Бојан Чича; born 10 March 1996) is a Serbian football defender who plays for Spartak Subotica in Jelen SuperLiga.
Bojan Živković (Бојан Живковић; born 10 November 1981) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Polet Ljubić.
Bojan Bjelić (born 8 March 1984 in Kragujevac, Serbia) is a popular Serbian singer.
Bojan Dojkić (born 25 October 1984 in Pirot) is a Serbian footballer who currently plays as a defender for Olympiacos Volou.
Bojan Dubajić (Бојан Дубајић; born 1 September 1990 in Novi Sad) is a Serbian professional footballer who plays for Belarusian Premier League club Gorodeya as a forward.
Bojan Gojak (Бојан Гојак; born 28 August 1979) is a Serbian former football defender.
Bojan Krasić (Бојан Красић; born 4 January 1983) is a Serbian football defender.
Bojan Krkić Pérez (Бојан Кркић Перез; born 28 August 1990), also known as simply Bojan, is a Spanish footballer who plays as a forward or winger for Stoke City.
Bojan Malinić (Serbian Cyrillic: Бојан Малинић; born 8 September 1990 in Zagreb) is a Serbian football striker.
Bojan Mihajlović (born March 30, 1980) is a Serbian mixed martial artist and sambist, who competes in the Light Heavyweight division for the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Bojan Pavlović (born February 1, 1985 in Kragujevac) is a Serbian football player who last played for Istra 1961.
Bojan Pečar (Serbian Cyrillic: Бојан Печар) (22 March 1960, Belgrade – 13 October 1998, London) was a Yugoslav and Serbian musician, best known as bass player of the cult Yugoslav rock band Ekatarina Velika.
Bojan Stamenković (Бојан Стаменковић; born 14 November 1981) is a Serbian football midfielder who last played for Moravac Mrštane.
Bojan Ušumović (Бојан Ушумовић; born 24 June 1988) is a Serbian football defender who plays for Bačka 1901 in Serbian League Vojvodina.
Bojana Janković (born May 7, 1983) is a former Serbian professional basketball player.
Bojana Lečić (Serbian Cyrillic: Бојана Лечић) (born 1991 in Nova Varoš, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian model and beauty pageant titleholder who participated in the 2012 Miss World pageant but Unplaced.
Bojana Todorović, also known as Bo Todorovic (born 28 October 1991 in Belgrade, Serbia) is a Serbian-American volleyball player.
Bojana Vulić (Serbian Cyrillic: Бојана Вулић; born 28 May 1984) is a Serbian professional basketball player.
Bojanci (BojanzeLeksikon občin kraljestev in dežel zastopanih v državnem zboru, vol. 6: Kranjsko. 1906. Vienna: C. Kr. Dvorna in Državna Tiskarna, p. 4.) is a village in the Municipality of Črnomelj in the White Carniola area of southeastern Slovenia.
Bojmunte (Бојмунте) is a village in the municipality of Livno, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bojnik (Serbian Cyrillic: Бојник) is a village and municipality located in Jablanica District of southern Serbia.
Boka is a village located in the Sečanj municipality, in the Central Banat District of Serbia.
Božidar "Boki" Milošević (Божидар "Боки" Милошевић; 31 December 1931 – 15 April 2018) was a Serbian clarinetist.
Boljanići (Бољанићи) is a village in Pljevlja Municipality, in northern Montenegro.
Varjače (Бољанићи) is a settlement in the Kotor Varoš municipality, in the Republika Srpska entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Boljevac (Бољевац) is a town and municipality located in the Zaječar District of the eastern Serbia.
Boljevci (Serbian Cyrillic: Бољевци, Slovak: Boľovce) is a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles FC is an Australian semi-professional soccer club based in Bonnyrigg, Sydney, New South Wales, playing in the National Premier Leagues NSW.
The Bor District (Борски округ / Borski okrug) is one of nine administrative districts of Southern and Eastern Serbia.
Bor (Бор) is a city and the administrative center of the Bor District in eastern Serbia.
Borča (Борча) is an urban settlement of the municipality of Palilula, Belgrade, Serbia.
Borci Donji is populated place in Kotor Varoš Municipality, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Boris Živanović (Борис Живановић; born 18 July 1989) is a Serbian footballer who most recently played for Borac Čačak.
Borislav Kostić (aka Boris or Bora Kostic, Kostitsch; 24 February 1887 – 3 November 1963) was a Serbian chess grandmaster and a noted popularizer of the game.
Boris Malagurski (Борис Малагурски; born 11 August 1988) is a Serbian-Canadian film director, producer, writer, political commentator, television host and activist, Politika Newspaper, August 28, 2010 known for his movie The Weight of Chains.
Boris Milekić (Борис Милекић; born 29 September 1988) is a Serbian football defender who plays for FK Metalac Gornji Milanovac.
Boris Smiljanić (born 28 September 1976 in Zürich) is a former Swiss football player of Croatian and Serbian descent who played in defence for Grasshopper and FC Basel.
Borisav Stanković (Борисав Станковић; 31 March 1876 – 22 October 1927), also known by his nickname Bora (Бора), was a Serbian writer belonging to the school of realism.
Borislav Dević (Serbian Cyrillic: Борислав Девић, born 9 January 1963) is a Serbian retired track athlete and marathoner who specialized in various disciplines in middle-distance and long-distance races.
Borislav Pekić (Борислав Пекић,; 4 February 1930 – 2 July 1992) was a Serbian writer and political activist.
Borislav "Bora" Stanković (Борислав Станковић; born 9 July 1925) is a Serbian former basketball player and coach, as well as a longtime administrator in the sport's various governing bodies, including FIBA and International Olympic Committee.
Borivoje Vukov (July 8, 1929 – July 1, 2010) was a Serbian wrestler who competed in the 1952 Summer Olympics, in the 1956 Summer Olympics, and in the 1960 Summer Olympics.
Borivoje Ristić (Serbian Cyrillic: Боривоје Ристић; born September 19, 1983 in Leskovac) is a Serbian football goalkeeper who plays for Panserraikos.
Borivoje Rumenić (Serbian Cyrillic: Боривоје Pуменић; born 10 May 1990 in Kraljevo) is a Serbian football goalkeeper.
Borko Stefanović (born 5 February 1974, born as Borislav Stefanović) is the founder of political party Levica Srbije.
Boro Bosić (born 17 June 1950) is a Bosnian Serb politician.
Boro Drašković (Serbian Cyrillic: Боро Драшковић, born May 29, 1935 in Sarajevo, Kingdom of Yugoslavia) is a Serbian director, playwright and screenwriter.
Borislav "Bora" Drljača (born August 29, 1941) is a Serbian folk singer popular in former Yugoslavia.
Borojević (pl. Borojevići, Боројевићи) is a Serbian surname.
Borovo (Борово), (meaning "of the pines") locally known as Borovo selo (Borovo village, to distinguish it from relatively new nearby settlement of Borovo Naselje), is a village and an eponymous municipality in Vukovar-Srijem County in eastern Croatia.
Bosanska Krajina (Cyrillic: Босанска Крајина),; sometimes translated as Bosnian Frontier) or, sometimes, simply just Krajina, is a geographical region, a subregion of Bosnia, in western Bosnia and Herzegovina enclosed by a number of rivers, namely the Sava (north), Glina (northwest), Vrbanja and Vrbas (east and southeast, respectively). The region is also a historic, economic and cultural entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina, famous for its natural beauties and wildlife diversity. The largest city, and its historical center is Banja Luka. Other cities include Bihać, Cazin, Velika Kladuša, Prijedor, Sanski Most, Gradiška, Kozarska Dubica, Novi Grad, Bosanska Krupa, Ključ, Bosanski Petrovac, Kotor Varoš, Šipovo, Mrkonjić Grad, Drvar, Bosansko Grahovo, Gornji Vakuf, Bugojno, Donji Vakuf, Jajce, Kneževo, Bužim, Laktaši, and Čelinac. Bosanska Krajina is not a formal entity within the structure of Bosnia and Herzegovina; however it has a significant cultural and historical identity that was formed through several historic and economic events. The territory of Bosanska Krajina is currently divided between two entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Republika Srpska and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bosilegrad (Босилеград) is a town and municipality located in the Pčinja District of southern Serbia.
Bosko "The Yugo" Radonjich (17 May 1943 – 31 March 2011) was an American Serb nationalist and later leader of the Westies, a predominantly Irish-American gang based in New York's Hell's Kitchen.
Bosnia and Herzegovina (or; abbreviated B&H; Bosnian and Serbian: Bosna i Hercegovina (BiH) / Боснa и Херцеговина (БиХ), Croatian: Bosna i Hercegovina (BiH)), sometimes called Bosnia-Herzegovina, and often known informally as Bosnia, is a country in Southeastern Europe located on the Balkan Peninsula.
Bosnia and Herzegovina art is the genesis and heritage, from the region of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and its constituent ethno-religious groups (Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats) from prehistoric times to today.
This is the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Middle Ages, between the ancient and Roman period and the Ottoman period.
Kosovo's declaration of independence from Serbia was enacted on Sunday, 17 February 2008 by a unanimous vote of the Assembly of Kosovo.
Bosnia and Herzegovina–Croatia relations are foreign relations between Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Croatia.
Bosnian–Serbian relations are foreign relations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.
The Bosniaks (Bošnjaci,; singular masculine: Bošnjak, feminine: Bošnjakinja) are a South Slavic nation and ethnic group inhabiting mainly the area of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bosniaks are an ethnic group in Montenegro, first introduced in the 2003 census.
Bosniaks (Bosnian and Serbian: Bošnjaci / Бошњаци) are the fourth largest ethnic group in Serbia after Serbs, Hungarians and Roma, numbering 145,278 or 2.02% of the population according to the 2011 census.
Bosniaks are an ethnic group living in Slovenia.
Bosnian Cyrillic, widely known as Bosančica is an extinct variant of the Cyrillic alphabet that originated in medieval Bosnia.
General elections were held in Bosnia and Herzegovina on 1 October 2006.
General elections were held in Bosnia and Herzegovina on 3 October 2010 for both the Federal government and the two entities.
The Bosnian language (bosanski / босански) is the standardized variety of Serbo-Croatian mainly used by Bosniaks.
The municipal elections of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1990 were won by several parties.
The Bosnian War was an international armed conflict that took place in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995.
Bosnians (Serbo-Croatian: Bosanci/Босанци; singular: Bosnian (Bosanac/Босанац) are people who live in Bosnia, or who are of Bosnian descent. Bosnia is one of two main regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina. According to the latest official population census made in Bosnia and Herzegovina, most of the people identified with Bosniak, Croat or Serb nationality. Some people identified with "Bosnian" nationality, however these are listed under the category "Others" (along with all the other options such as Jews, Romas etc.). According to the latest population census (2013), there were around 2.7% "Others". According to some, a Bosnian can be anyone who holds citizenship of the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and thus is largely synonymous with the all-encompassing national demonym Bosnians and Herzegovinians. This includes, but is not limited to, members of the constituent ethnic groups of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats. Those who reside in the smaller geographical region of Herzegovina usually prefer to identify as Herzegovinians. CIA factbook, used in this article as a source for numbers, does not mention a sole "Bosnian" nationality. Instead it mentions "Bosnian(s), Herzegovinian(s)" thereby emphasizing the regional significance and equity between the terms. Ethnic minorities in this territory, such as Jews, Roma, Albanians, Montenegrins and others, may consider Bosnian as an adjective modifying their ethnicity (e.g. Bosnian Roma) to indicate place of residence. Other times they use (with equal rights) the term Herzegovinians. In addition, a sizable population in Bosnia and Herzegovina believe that the term "Bosnians" defines a people who constitute a distinct collective cultural identity or ethnic group. According to the latest (2013) census however, this population does not rise above 2.7%. According to a study conducted by University of Montenegro, Faculty for Sport and Physical Education, Nikšić, Montenegro and University of Novi Sad in Serbia, Bosnian people are the tallest in the world.
Bosnić is a Serbo-Croatian surname, derived from the toponym Bosna (Bosnia).
Bosut is a village located in the Sremska Mitrovica municipality, in the Syrmia District of Serbia.
Botun (Ботун) is a village in the municipality of Debarca, Republic of Macedonia.
Boyan (Боян) is a Slavic male given name.
Boyan Jovanovic is a professor of economics at New York University.
Boyle Heights is a neighborhood of almost 100,000 residents east of Downtown Los Angeles in the City of Los Angeles, California.
Braco,, by David Smiley, January 10, 2011 The Miami Herald, online at The Palm Beach Post; also online as at the Sun-Sentinel.
Brad Dexter (born Veljko Soso; April 9, 1917 – December 12, 2002) was an American actor and film producer.
Brajčino (Брајчино) is a village in the Resen Municipality of the Republic of Macedonia, situated from Lake Prespa, on Baba Mountain in Pelister National Park.
Braničevo (Serbian Cyrillic: Браничево) is a geographical region in east-central Serbia.
The Braničevo District (Браничевски округ/Braničevski okrug;, derived from) is one of nine administrative districts of Southern and Eastern Serbia.
Branimir "Bane" Brstina (Serbian Cyrillic: Бранимир Брстина) (born January 4, 1960 in Banatsko Veliko Selo) is a Serbian actor.
Branimir Jočić (Бранимир Јочић; born 10 July 1994) is a Serbian football defender who plays for Spartak Subotica in Serbian SuperLiga.
Branimir Jovanović (Бранимир Јовановић; born 1979) is a politician in Serbia.
Branimir Kostić (Бранимир Костић; born 23 September 1988) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Inđija in the Serbian First League.
Branimir "Brana" Porobić, (5 January 1901 – 18 December 1952) was a Serbian footballer.
Branislav Čonka (Бранислав Чонка; born 28 January 1989) is a Serbian football midfielder, who plays for Donji Srem.
Branislav Belić (Бранислав Белић, or; 1932 Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia – 17 July 2016 Belgrade, Serbia) was a Serbian politician.
Branislav Grbić is the Kosovo Minister for Return and Communities.
Branko Martinović (29 November 1937 – 26 February 2015) was a Serbian wrestler who competed in the 1960 Summer Olympics and in the 1964 Summer Olympics.
Branislav Mihajlović (Бранислав Михајловић, December 22, 1936 – October 11, 1991) was a Serbian footballer who played nearly his entire career for FK Partizan.
Branislav Nušić (Бранислав Нушић,; – 19 January 1938) was a Serbian playwright, satirist, essayist, novelist and founder of modern rhetoric in Serbia.
Branislav Pipović (born 10 May 1959) is a Serbian writer who lives and works in Belgrade, Serbia.
Branislav Stanić (Бpaниcлaв Cтaнић; born July 30, 1988 in Belgrade) is a Serbian footballer, who last played for Sloboda Užice.
Branislav Tošić (Бранислав Тошић; born 28 September 1987) is a Serbian football midfielder.
The Branivojević (Бранивојевићи) was a Serbian noble family that held possessions in Hum.
Branka Luković (born January 23, 1995) is a Serbian professional basketball player.
Branko "Đuro" Đurić (born 28 May 1962) is a Bosnian actor, comedian, director and musician.
Branko Žigić (Бранко Жигић; born 30 December 1981) is a Serbian football defender, and captain of Proleter Novi Sad.
Branko Božović (born 21 October 1969) is a former Serbian footballer who played as a forward and is the current manager of Baotou Nanjiao.
Branko Dangubić (13 July 1922 in Ljubinje – 24 November 2002 in Belgrade) was a Serbian javelin thrower who competed in the 1952 Summer Olympics.
Branko Davidović (born 3 September 1959) is a retired Serbian football player.
Branko Grahovac (Бранко Граховац; born 8 July 1983) is a Bosnin-Herzegovinian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper.
On 22 June 1942, the Albanian student trio of Branko Kadija, Jordan Misja and Perlat Rexhepi, who stayed in Misja's house at Firaj Street in Shkodër (at the time part of the fascist Italian protectorate of the Albanian Kingdom), were for several hours surrounded by Albanian (fascist) forces and police, numbering some 600 people.
Branko Kostić (Serbian Cyrillic: Бранко Костић, born 28 August 1939) is a retired Montenegrin Serb politician.
Branko Mihajlović (Бранко Михајловић; born 20 February 1991) is a Serbian football forward who plays for Hapoel Petah Tikva in Liga Leumit.
Branko Mikasinovich (born November 6, 1938 in Belišće) is a scholar of Yugoslav and Serbian literature, as well as a noted Slavist.
Branko Nadoveza (Бранко Надовеза; 11 September 1950 – 12 October 1970) was a Serbian footballer who played for FK Partizan.
Branko Petranović (31 October 1927, Cetinje — 17 June 1994, Belgrade) was a Serbian historian and a Belgrade University professor specializing in history of Yugoslavia.
Branko Radivojevič (Бранко Радивојевић / Branko Radivojević; born November 24, 1980) is a Slovak professional ice hockey forward currently playing for HK Dukla Trenčín of the Slovak Extraliga (Slovak).
The Branković (Бранковић, Brankovići / Бранковићи) was a Serbian medieval noble family and dynasty.
The Branković family was a Serb noble family based in the Military Frontier of the Habsburg Empire during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Branko "Brano" Miljuš is a Serbian politician and academic from Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Brasina is a village in Serbia.
Bratislav "Bata" Anastasijević (18 April 1936, Niš, Serbia - 12 October 1992, Niš) was a university music professor, pianist, composer, conductor, ethnomusicologist, leader of vocal quartets, quintets, sextets, octets.
Bratislav Petković (Братислав Петковић) (born 26 September 1948) is a Serbian film director, playwright, theater director, founder and director of the Automobile Museum and Modern Garage Theater in Belgrade.
Bratislava (Preßburg or Pressburg, Pozsony) is the capital of Slovakia.
Brčko is a town, municipality and the administrative seat of Brčko District in northern Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Brštica is a village in Serbia.
Brdarica is a village in Serbia.
The breakup of Yugoslavia occurred as a result of a series of political upheavals and conflicts during the early 1990s.
Brekovo (Cyrillic: Брекοво) is a village in northwestern part of Serbia.
Brenner is an old lunar impact crater that lies in the rugged southeastern part of the Moon's near side.
Bresnica is a village in Serbia.
Bresnica (Бресница) is a village in the Zvečan municipality, in northern Kosovo.
Brestač is a village in Serbia.
Brezovac Dobroselski (Брезовац Доброселски) is a village in Croatia.
Brezovica (Brezovicë, Брезовица) is a settlement in the Štrpce municipality in Kosovo, known for its ski resort.
Brian Wilson Aldiss, OBE (18 August 1925 – 19 August 2017) was an English writer and anthologies editor, best known for science fiction novels and short stories.
Brian Richard Linehan (September 3, 1944 – June 4, 2004) was a Canadian television host from Hamilton, Ontario, at The Canadian Encyclopedia.
Martin Brian Mulroney (born March 20, 1939) is a Canadian politician who served as the 18th Prime Minister of Canada from September 17, 1984, to June 25, 1993.
Bribir is a village in Šibenik-Knin County, near the town of Skradin, southern Croatia.
The Brioni Agreement or Brioni Declaration (Brijunska deklaracija, Brionska deklaracija, Brijonska deklaracija) is a document signed by representatives of Slovenia, Croatia and the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia under the political sponsorship of the European Community (EC) on the Brijuni Islands on 7 July 1991.
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The British Aerospace Harrier II was a second-generation vertical/short takeoff and landing (V/STOL) jet aircraft used previously by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and, between 2006 and 2010, the Royal Navy (RN).
Brod (Brod, Serbian Cyrillic: Брод) is a village in south of Kosovo, in the region of Gora, in the municipality of Dragaš.
Brod-Posavina County (Brodsko-posavska županija) is the southern Slavonian county in Croatia.
Brotherhood and Unity was a popular slogan of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia that was coined during the Yugoslav People's Liberation War (1941–45), and which evolved into a guiding principle of Yugoslavia's post-war inter-ethnic policy.
Brotnja (Бротња) is a village in Croatia.
Bruvno (Брувно) is a village in Croatia.
Brvenica (Брвеница) is a municipality in northwestern part of Republic of Macedonia.
Buče is a small town in Montenegro.
The Bučje camp (Logor Bučje) was an internment camp run by rebel Croatian Serb forces during the early stages of the Croatian War of Independence.
Buđanovci (Serbian Cyrillic: Буђановци) is a village in Serbia.
Bušević (Бушевић) is a village in Croatia.
Bubalo is a Serbo-Croatian-Bosnian surname, borne by ethnic Croats, Serbs and Bosnians in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.
Budišić is a village in Serbia.
Budišići is a village in Vogošća municipality, near Sarajevo, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Budin Eyalet (also known as Province of Budin / Buda or Pashaluk of Budin / Buda; ایالت بودین; Eyālet-i Budin, Hungarian: Budai vilajet, Serbian: Budimski vilajet or Будимски вилајет, Croatian: Budimski vilajet) was an administrative territorial entity of the Ottoman Empire in Central Europe and the Balkans.
Budisava is a suburban settlement of the city of Novi Sad, Serbia.
Budva (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Будва, or; Italian and Albanian: Budua) is a Montenegrin town on the Adriatic Sea, former bishopric and present Latin Catholic titular see.
Bugarštica is a form of epic and ballad poetry, which was popular among Serbs and Croats until the 18th century, sung in long verses of mostly fifteen and sixteen syllables with a caesura after the seventh and eighth syllable, respectively.
Bujanovac (Бујановац) or Bujanoc (Bujanoci), is a town and municipality located in the Pčinja District of southern Serbia.
Bukovački Salaši (Буковачки Салаши), also known as Bukovac (Буковац), is a suburb of Sombor, a city in Serbia.
Bukovac (Буковац) is a suburban settlement of the city of Novi Sad, Serbia.
Buković is a village within the town Benkovac.
The Bukovica massacre was a massacre of Muslims in Bukovica, Pljevlja, in the Axis-occupied Italian governorate of Montenegro.
Bukovina (Bucovina; Bukowina/Buchenland; Bukowina; Bukovina, Буковина Bukovyna; see also other languages) is a historical region in Central Europe,Klaus Peter Berger,, Kluwer Law International, 2010, p. 132 divided between Romania and Ukraine, located on the northern slopes of the central Eastern Carpathians and the adjoining plains.
Bukovo (Буково, pronounced) is a village in the Bitola municipality approximately three kilometers distance from the city of Bitola in the Republic of Macedonia.
Bukvić (Буквић) is surname found most commonly in Eastern Herzegovina, Croatia, and less commonly in Serbia.
Bulatović (Cyrillic script: Булатовић) is a Serbian surname.
Bulgarian-Serbian relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Serbia.
The Bulgarian Action Committees in Macedonia were patriotic nationalist organizations of Bulgarians in Macedonia during 1941, emboldened by the invasion Yugoslavia by Nazi Germany, determined to end the Yugoslavian (Serbian) rule in the region, perceived as oppressive by Macedonian Bulgarians and by the representatives of other communities or political tendencies in Vardar Macedonia.
Bulgarian Turks (български турци, Bǎlgarski Turci, Bulgaristan Türkleri) are a Turkish ethnic group from Bulgaria.
The Bulgarian–Ottoman wars were fought between the kingdoms remaining from the disintegrating Second Bulgarian Empire, and the Ottoman Empire, in the second half of the 14th century.
The Bulgarian-Serbian wars were a series of conflicts between the Bulgarian Empire and the medieval Serbian states between the 9th and 14th centuries in the western Balkans.
Bulgarians (българи, Bǎlgari) are a South Slavic ethnic group who are native to Bulgaria and its neighboring regions.
Bunjevci are a South Slavic ethnic group living mostly in the Bačka region of Serbia (province of Vojvodina) and southern Hungary (Bács-Kiskun county, particularly in the Baja region).
Burgenland (Őrvidék; Gradišće; Gradiščanska; Hradsko; is the easternmost and least populous state of Austria. It consists of two statutory cities and seven rural districts, with in total 171 municipalities. It is long from north to south but much narrower from west to east (wide at Sieggraben). The region is part of the Centrope Project.
The burning of the Jaffna Public Library (யாழ் பொது நூலகம் எரிப்பு, Yāḻ potu nūlakam erippu) was an important event in the Sri Lankan civil war.
Busovača is a town and municipality located in Central Bosnia Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Demetrio "Butch" Verich (1932–15 April 2017) was an American Naval Aviator who served as the Maintenance Officer in 1966 and Operations Officer in 1967 of the Hunters of VF-162 aboard the USS Oriskany in the Vietnam War.
Butel (Бутел, Butel) is a neighbourhood in the city of Skopje, Macedonia, and the seat of Butel Municipality.
Buvce, in Serbian Cyrillic Бувце, is a village in Serbia situated in the municipality of Lebane, district of Jablanica.
The Byzantine army or Eastern Roman army was the primary military body of the Byzantine armed forces, serving alongside the Byzantine navy.
The Byzantine army of the Komnenian era or Komnenian army was the force established by Byzantine emperor Alexios I Komnenos during the late 11th/early 12th century, and perfected by his successors John II Komnenos and Manuel I Komnenos during the 12th century.
The Byzantine civil war of 1321–1328 was a series of conflicts fought in the 1320s between the Byzantine emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos and his grandson Andronikos III Palaiologos over control of the Byzantine Empire.
The Byzantine Empire, also referred to as the Eastern Roman Empire and Byzantium, was the continuation of the Roman Empire in its eastern provinces during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, when its capital city was Constantinople (modern-day Istanbul, which had been founded as Byzantium).
The Byzantine Empire or Byzantium is the term conventionally used since the 19th century to describe the ethnic and Greek-speaking Roman Empire of the Middle Ages, centered on its capital of Constantinople.
The Byzantine Empire or Byzantium is a term conventionally used by historians to describe the Greek ethnic and speaking Roman Empire of the Middle Ages, centered on its capital of Constantinople.
The history of Byzantine Greece mainly coincides with the Eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire.
The Byzantine–Bulgarian war of 894–896 (Българо–византийска война от 894–896), also called the Trade war (Търговската война), was fought between the Bulgarian Empire and the Byzantine Empire as a result of the decision of the Byzantine emperor Leo VI to move the Bulgarian market from Constantinople to Thessaloniki which would greatly increase the expenses of the Bulgarian merchants.
A Byzantine–Hungarian War was fought between Byzantine and Hungarian forces on the Danube between 1127 and 1129.
A number of wars between the Normans and the Byzantine Empire were fought from 1040 until 1185, when the last Norman invasion of the Byzantine Empire was defeated.
After the 1912 Parliamentary Election, a Caretaker Government had to be formed quickly because of the sudden death of the Prime Minister Milovan Milovanović.
Canberra White Eagles FC (commonly known simply as White Eagles) is an Australian amateur association football club based in the Woden Valley region of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.
Caparić is a village in Serbia.
Carev Dvor (Царев Двор, meaning Emperor's Court; Tsarev Dvor) is a village in Resen Municipality in the Republic of Macedonia, roughly from the municipal centre of Resen.
Ivan Simon Cary Elwes (born 26 October 1962) is an English actor, voice actor and writer.
A cataphract was a form of armored heavy cavalry used in ancient warfare by a number of peoples in Europe, East Asia, Middle East and North africa.
The Catholic Church in Croatia (Katolicizam u Hrvatskoj) is part of the worldwide Catholic Church that is under the spiritual leadership of the Pope, Roman Curia and the Croatian Bishops' Conference.
Catholic clergy involvement with the Ustaše covers the role of the Croatian Catholic Church in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH), a Nazi puppet state created on the territory of Axis-occupied Yugoslavia in 1941.
Catholicisation refers mainly to the conversion of adherents of other religions into Catholicism, and the system of expanding Catholic influence in politics.
Ceca 2000 is the tenth studio album by Serbian singer Ceca.
Celje is the third-largest town in Slovenia.
Cenad (Csanád; Чанад) is a commune in Timiș County, Banat, Romania.
Aleksandar Marković (Александар Марковић, 1864–1918+), known by his nickname Cene (Цене Марковић), was a Serbian Chetnik commander (voivoda) in Macedonia, in the Balkan Wars and World War I.
Cenei is a commune in Timiș County, Romania.
Centar (Центар; "Center") is a municipality of the city of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Central Banat District (Средњобанатски округ, Srednjobanatski okrug) is one of seven administrative districts of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
The Central Bosnia Canton (Srednjobosanski kanton/Средњобосански кантон, Županija Središnja Bosna) is one of 10 cantons of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Central Serbia (Централна Србија / Centralna Srbija), also referred to as Serbia proper (ужа Србија / uža Srbija), is the part of Serbia lying outside the provinces of Vojvodina to the north and the disputed territory of Kosovo (Kosovo and Metohija) to the south.
Cerova (Церова) is a village in Serbia.
Cerovac (Церовац) is a village in Croatia.
Cerska is a small town in the municipality of Vlasenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina located 12 kilometers from the town of Vlasenica itself and 11 km from the Serbian border.
Cetingrad is a municipality in Karlovac County, Croatia near Croatia's border with Bosnia.
A chaika (чайка, czajka, шајка, šajka or italic) was a wooden boat that could have a mast and sail, a type of galley, used in early modern warfare and cargo transport by the.
Casualty is a British medical drama television series that premiered on 6 September 1986 on BBC One.
Charles Simic (Душан "Чарлс" Симић; born Dušan Simić; May 9, 1938) is a Serbian-American poet and was co-poetry editor of the Paris Review.
Charles Wing Krafft is a ceramicist in Seattle, Washington who specializes in "Disasterware," ceramic art using traditional ceramic decorative styles to produce pieces commemorating modern disasters.
The Chetnik Detachments of the Yugoslav Army, also known as the Yugoslav Army in the Homeland or The Ravna Gora Movement, commonly known as the Chetniks (Četnici, Четници,; Četniki), was a World War II movement in Yugoslavia led by Draža Mihailović, an anti-Axis movement in their long-term goals which engaged in marginal resistance activities for limited periods.
Children were especially vulnerable to Nazi murder or death in the era of the Holocaust.
Chile–Croatia relations are foreign relations between Chile and Croatia.
Christiane Amanpour (Kristiane Amānpur; born 12 January 1958) is a British-Iranian journalist and television host.
Christianity is the predominant religion in Serbia.
In 9th century Christianity, Charlemagne was crowned as Holy Roman Emperor, which continued the Photian schism.
Christianization (or Christianisation) is the conversion of individuals to Christianity or the conversion of entire groups at once.
Christophe Caze (22 October 1969–29 March 1996) was a French terrorist and criminal, a former medical student in Lille, France.
Christopher Wenner, now better known as Max Stahl, (born 6 December 1954), is a British journalist and former television presenter.
The Chronicle of Dalimil (Dalimilova kronika; Kronika tak řečeného Dalimila) is the first chronicle written in the Old Czech language.
The Church of Saint George, Sopotnica (Црква светог Ђорђа, Сопотница) is a Serbian Orthodox church located at the village of Sopotnica in the Municipality of Novo Goražde in eastern Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Church of St.
The Church of the Holy Prince Lazar, also known as Lazarica Church, is a Serbian Orthodox church located at Cob Lane in Bournville, Birmingham, England, and was built for political refugees from Yugoslavia after World War II, with the support of the exiled Prince Tomislav of Yugoslavia.
Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, known as the Church of the Holy Virgin is a Serbian Orthodox Church church located on Rajačićeva Street in the center of Zemun, Serbia.
Ciacova (Tschakowa; Csák, before 1913 Csákova; Чаково/Čakovo; Çakova) is a town in Timiș County, western Romania, in the Banat region.
Circling: 1978-1987 (Krugovanje) is a 1993 poetry collection by the Serbian-American poet Dejan Stojanović (1959).
Many human rights groups criticised civilian casualties resulting from military actions of NATO forces in Operation Allied Force.
Civljane (Serbian Cyrillic: Цивљане) is a municipality and small village in Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia, with only 239 inhabitants (2011).
Claudia Artemiza Pavlovich Arellano (born 17 June 1969) is a Mexican politician and lawyer affiliated with the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).
The Coat of arms of Triballia (Грб Трибалије/Grb Tribalije or Грб Тривалије/Grb Trivalije) is a historical coat of arms attributed to medieval Serbia by various armorials, and is today depicted in several Serbian municipality coat of arms in Šumadija.
There are two coats of arms in official use in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, the Coat of arms of Vojvodina and the Traditional coat of arms of Vojvodina.
Nicole Natalie Marrow Austin (born March 17, 1979), NOTE: Archived version specifies: "the couple dated a few months and then was married in January 2002." commonly known as Coco Austin, Coco, Coco Marie Austin, Coco Marie, Coco-T, is an American actress, dancer, glamour model, and web personality.
Colombians (colombianos in Spanish), are citizens of Colombia.
Color blindness, also known as color vision deficiency, is the decreased ability to see color or differences in color.
The Commission for Truth and Reconciliation in Yugoslavia was created in March 2001 through a mandate from President Vojislav Kostunica.
The communist purges in Serbia in 1944–1945 were committed by members of the Yugoslav Partisan Movement and post-war communist authorities after they gained control over Serbia, against people perceived as war criminals, quislings and ideological opponents.
Nazism and the acts of the Nazi German state profoundly affected many countries, communities, and people before, during and after World War II.
Constantine Bodin (Константѝн Бо̀дин, Konstantìn Bòdin, Константин Бодин/Konstantin Bodin; 1072–1101) was the ruler of Duklja, from 1081 to 1101, succeeding his father, Mihailo Vojislavljević (1050–1081).
Constantine XI Dragases Palaiologos, Latinized as Palaeologus (Κωνσταντῖνος ΙΑ' Δραγάσης Παλαιολόγος, Kōnstantinos XI Dragasēs Palaiologos; 8 February 1405 – 29 May 1453) was the last reigning Byzantine Emperor, ruling as a member of the Palaiologos dynasty from 1449 to his death in battle at the fall of Constantinople in 1453.
The Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian: Ustav Bosne i Hercegovine / Устав Босне и Херцеговине) is the highest legal document of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Constitution of Kosovo (Kushtetuta e Kosovës, Устав Косовa, Ustav Kosova), refers to the supreme law (article 16) of the Republic of Kosovo.
The current Constitution of Montenegro was ratified and adopted by the Constitutional Parliament of Montenegro on 19 October 2007 on an extraordinary session by achieving the required two-thirds supermajority of votes.
The current Constitution of the Republic of Serbia (Устав Републике Србије / Ustav Republike Srbije), also known as Mitrovdan Constitution (Митровдански устав / Mitrovdanski ustav) was adopted in 2006, replacing the previous constitution dating from 1990.
A constitutional convention is an informal and uncodified procedural agreement that is followed by the institutions of a state.
The Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Ustavni sud Bosne i Hercegovine, Уставни суд Босне и Херцеговине) is a special court sui generis, whose main role is to be the interpreter and guardian of the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as stated in Article VI, paragraph 3 of the Dayton Peace Accords entitled "the Constitution" ("The Constitutional Court shall uphold this Constitution").
The controversy over ethnic and linguistic identity in Montenegro is an ongoing dispute over the national identity, ethnic and linguistic identity of Montenegrins.
The Convention of ScutariErik Goldstein, Wars and Peace Treaties: 1816 to 1991, Routledge, 1992,, (Modern Turkish: İşkodra Barışı) was a treaty signed between the Ottoman Empire and the Principality of Montenegro on 31 August 1862.
The Copenhagen Criteria are the rules that define whether a country is eligible to join the European Union.
The Corfu Declaration is the agreement that made the creation of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia possible.
The Corpus Juris (or Iuris) Civilis ("Body of Civil Law") is the modern name for a collection of fundamental works in jurisprudence, issued from 529 to 534 by order of Justinian I, Eastern Roman Emperor.
Counting Up, Counting Down is a collection of short stories by Harry Turtledove, most of which were first published in various fiction magazines in the 1990s.
Crataegus (from the Greek kratos "strength" and akis "sharp", referring to the thorns of some species) commonly called hawthorn, thornapple,Voss, E. G. 1985.
Yugoslavia was a state concept among the South Slavic intelligentsia and later popular masses from the 17th to early 20th centuries that culminated in its realization after the 1918 collapse of Austria-Hungary at the end of World War I and the formation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.
Crepaja (Црепаја) is a village in Serbia.
The Crepović (Цреповић, Crepovići) were among the more notable Serb noble families in the mid-16th century in Hungary, with their head, Nikola Crepović (Никола Цреповић, Cserepovics Miklós, Cerepoviki).
Crișana (Körösvidék, Kreischgebiet) is a geographical and historical region in north-western Romania, named after the Criș (Körös) River and its three tributaries: the Crișul Alb, Crișul Negru, and Crișul Repede.
Crime in Germany is combated by the German Police and other agencies.
Kosovo since the 1990s Kosovo War had become a significant center of organized crime, drug trafficking, human trafficking and organ theft besides ongoing ethnic conflict between Kosovar Albanians and Kosovan Serbs.
Crime in Serbia is combated by the Serbian Police and other government agencies.
The Crimean War (or translation) was a military conflict fought from October 1853 to February 1856 in which the Russian Empire lost to an alliance of the Ottoman Empire, France, Britain and Sardinia.
Criticism of multiculturalism questions the ideal of the maintenance of distinct ethnic cultures within a country.
Crmnica (Црмница) is a historical region in southern Montenegro, lying within the municipality of Bar and is unofficially considered a division of that municipality.
Crna Bara (Serbian Cyrillic: Црна Бара, Hungarian: Feketetó) is a village in Serbia.
Crna Bara is a village in Serbia, in the Mačva region.
Crna dama is the second studio album by the Serbian rock band Smak, released in 1977.
Crna Trava (Serbian Cyrillic: Црна Трава) is a village and municipality located in the Jablanica District of southern Serbia.
The Crni Vrh mass grave, discovered in 2003, is among the largest mass graves found in Bosnia and Herzegovina after the Bosnian War of the 1990s.
Crni Vrh (Black Peak) is a mountain in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, near Zvornik.
The Croat-Serb Coalition (Hrvatsko-srpska koalicija/Хрватско-српска коалиција) was a major political alliance in Austria-Hungary during the beginning of the 20th century that governed the Croatian lands (crownlands of Croatia-Slavonia and Dalmatia).
On 17 October 1990 Croatia hosted the United States in an international football friendly in Zagreb's Maksimir stadium.
Croatia–Holy See relations refer to the bilateral relationship between Croatia and the Holy See.
Croatia–Israel relations refer to the bilateral relationship between Croatia and Israel.
The Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Croatia v. Serbia) was heard before the International Court of Justice.
Croatia–Spain relations refer to the bilateral relationship between Croatia and Spain.
Croatia became merged with Serbia and Slovenia to form the nation of Yugoslavia in 1918.
Croatian Australians (Australski Hrvati) are Australian citizens of Croatian descent.
The Croatian Democratic Union (Hrvatska demokratska zajednica or HDZ, literally translated: Croatian Democratic Community) is a conservative political party and the main centre-right political party in Croatia.
The Croatian Military Frontier (Hrvatska vojna krajina or Hrvatska vojna granica) was a district of the Military Frontier, a territory in the Habsburg Monarchy, first during the period of the Austrian Empire and then during Austria-Hungary.
Croatian nationalism is the nationalism that asserts the nationality of Croats and promotes the cultural unity of Croats.
Parliamentary elections were held in Croatia on 29 October 1995 to elect the 127 members of the Chamber of Representatives.
Parliamentary elections to elect all 151 members of the Croatian Parliament were held on November 23, 2003.
Parliamentary elections were held in Croatia on 25 November 2007 and for overseas voters on 24 and 25 November.
Croatian Pure Party of Rights (Hrvatska čista stranka prava or HČSP) is a far-right political party in Croatia founded in 1992.
The Croatian War of Independence was fought from 1991 to 1995 between Croat forces loyal to the government of Croatia—which had declared independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY)—and the Serb-controlled Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) and local Serb forces, with the JNA ending its combat operations in Croatia by 1992.
Croatian Writers' Association (Društvo hrvatskih književnika; abbreviated DHK) is the official association of Croatian writers.
In 926 a battle was fought in the Bosnian highlands between the armies the Bulgarian Empire, under the rule of Bulgarian Tsar Simeon I, who at the time also fought a war with the Byzantine Empire, and the Kingdom of Croatia under Tomislav, the first king of the Croatian state.
The Croatian–Bulgarian Wars were a series of conflicts that erupted three times during the 9th and 10th centuries between the medieval realms of Croatia and Bulgaria.
Croats (Hrvati) or Croatians are a nation and South Slavic ethnic group native to Croatia.
The Croats or Crabats (after Croatian Hrvat) were 17th-century light cavalry forces comparable to the Hussars.
A crossbow is a type of ranged weapon based on the bow and consisting of a horizontal bow-like assembly mounted on a frame which is handheld in a similar fashion to the stock of a gun.
Crveni Djavoli (Serbian Cyrillic: Црвени Ђаволи, English: The Red Devils) or Djavoli (pronounced in English: Jawoli), are the organized supporters of the Kragujevac based professional football club Radnički Kragujevac.
The Crveni Krst concentration camp (lit. Red Cross concentration camp), located in Crveni Krst, Niš, was operated by the German Gestapo and used to hold captured Serbs, Jews and Romanis during the Second World War.
Crvenka is a small town located in the Kula municipality, in the West Bačka District, Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
After Ottoman conquests of Serbian lands in the late 14th century, conversion of Orthodox Christian Serbs began.
Culine is a village in Serbia.
The Culture of Kosovo refers to the culture of Kosovo and mostly of the Albanians and Serbs.
Cveta Majtanović (Цвета Мајтановић) (born March 31, 1986 in Novi Sad, Serbia) is Serbian singer and songwriter who rose to popularity after winning Idol Serbia-Montenegro & Macedonia, the Serbian version of Pop Idol, shown on BKTV.
Cvetak zanovetak (English: The Little Nagging Flower) is the first studio album by Serbian singer Ceca.
Cvetković (Цветковић) is a Serbian surname, derived from the male given name Cvetko.
Cvetulja is a village in Serbia.
Cvijan Šarić (Цвијан Шарић; 1652–1668) was a Dalmatian Serb harambaša (senior hajduk commander) in the service of the Republic of Venice, part of the Morlach army that fought in the Cretan War (1645–69) alongside other notable fighters such as Janko Mitrović and Ilija Smiljanić.
Cynthia Ann Stephanie Lauper (born June 22, 1953) is an American singer, songwriter, actress and LGBT rights activist.
The Orthodox Church of the Czech Lands and Slovakia is a self-governing body of the Eastern Orthodox Church that territorially covers the countries of the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Czech–Kosovan relations are foreign relations between the Czech Republic and Kosovo.
Czech-Macedonian relations refers to the bilateral political relations between the Czech Republic and the Republic of Macedonia.
Daška Marija Ivanović-Banac Kennedy McLean (26 January 1915 – 2004) was a British woman of Serbian and Croatian descent who made headlines in Europe and America when she made her 18-year-old daughter a ward of the court in the U.K. after she eloped with her fiancé in 1957.
Dab in the Middle is the fourth studio album by the Serbian rock band Smak, released in 1978.
Dabašnica (Дабашница) is a village in Croatia.
Dalibor Čutura (Далибор Чутура; born 14 June 1975 in Sombor) is a Serbian handballer who plays for the Romanian club HC Dobrogea Sud Constanța and Serbian national team.
Dalibor Škorić (Serbian Cyrillic: Далибор Шкорић; born 9 September 1971 in Knin) is a retired Serbian professional football player.
Dalibor Mitrović (Дaлибop Mитpoвић; born 4 November 1977) is a Serbian former football striker who played in the Serbian League, Belgian First Division A, Serbian SuperLiga, Ligue 1, Liga I, V.League 1, Canadian Soccer League, and the Serbian League East.
Dalibor Mitrović (Далибор Митровић; born October 1980) is a Serbian football defender.
Dalibor Veselinović (Serbian Cyrillic: Далибор Веселиновић; born 21 September 1987) is a Serbian footballer who plays as a striker.
Dalmatianism or Dalmatian nationalism refers to the nationalism or patriotism of Dalmatians and Dalmatian culture.
Damyan Yovanov Gruev or Damjan Jovanov Gruev, often known by his short name Dame Gruev,The first names are transliterated either as Damjan Jovanov, after the Bulgarian Дамян Йованов Груев and Macedonian Дамјан Јованов Груев.
Damir Čeković (Serbian Cyrillic: Дамир Чековић; born 19 March 1990 in Novi Sad) is a Serbian football player.
Damir Željko (Дамир Жељко; born 13 July 1992) is a Serbian football forward.
Damir Canadi (born 6 May 1970) is an Austrian football manager and a former player who is the manager of Greek club Atromitos.
Damir Drinić(Serbian Cyrillic: Дамир Дринић; born July 20, 1989 in Bački Jarak) is a Serbian football goalkeeper.
Damjan Blečić (born 20 March 1980 in Belgrade) is a Serbian handballer who plays for RK Crvena zvezda in the Serbian Superleague.
Dragan "Dan" Kesa (born November 23, 1971) is a Serbian-Canadian former professional ice hockey player who played in the National Hockey League for the Vancouver Canucks, Dallas Stars, Pittsburgh Penguins and the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Dan Orlich (born December 21, 1924) is a former defensive end in the National Football League.
Dančević is a Croatian and Serbian surname.
Danijel Korica (Serbian Cyrillic: Данијел Корица, born 10 June 1945), better known by his nickname Dane in his home country, is a Serbian retired long-distance runner who competed for Yugoslavia in the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Dane Trbović (Serbian Cyrillic: Дaнe Tpбoвић; born April 15, 1986 in Belgrade) is a Serbian football defender currently playing with FK Cement Beočin.
The Danica concentration camp was the first concentration and extermination camp established in the Independent State of Croatia during World War II.
Danijel Bogdanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Данијел Богдановић; born 26 March 1980 in Misrata, Libya), more commonly spelled Daniel Bogdanović, is a Maltese professional footballer of Serbian and Slovenian descent who plays as a striker for Xewkija Tigers in the Gozo Football League.
Daniel Majstorović (Данијел Мајсторовић; born on 5 April 1977) is a Swedish former footballer and current sporting director of IF Brommapojkarna.
Daniel Vosovic (born March 25, 1981) is an American fashion designer and a finalist in season 2 of the reality show Project Runway.
Danijel Aleksić (Serbian Cyrillic: Дaниjeл Aлeкcић; born 30 April 1991 in Pula) is a Serbian footballer who currently plays for St. Gallen in the Swiss Super League.
Danijel Pavlović (Serbian Cyrillic: Данијел Павловић; born 27 July 1985) is a Serbian singer–songwriter and television personality, who came to media attention as a finalist of Operacija trijumf, regional version of Fame Academy.
Danijela Stojadinović (Данијела Стојадиновић; born 1969) is a politician in Serbia.
Danilo Blanuša (December 7, 1903 – August 8, 1987) was a Yugoslav mathematician, physicist, engineer and a professor at the University of Zagreb, SR Croatia.
Danilo Dončić (Данило Дончић; born August 20, 1969) is a Serbian football manager and former player.
Danilo I (Данило I, 1271–72) was the fourth Archbishop of Serbs.
Danilo II (Данило II) was the Archbishop of Serbs 1324 to 1337, under the rule of Kings Stephen Uroš III (1321–1331) and Dušan the Mighty (1331–1355, crowned Emperor in 1345).
Danilovgrad Municipality is one of the municipalities of Montenegro.
Danina Jeftić (Данина Јефтић; born 9 November 1986) is a Serbian actress and former handball player.
Danko Filipović (Данко Филиповић; born 3 October 1978) is a Serbian football defender.
Danko Lazović (Данко Лазовић,; born 17 May 1983) is a Serbian footballer who plays as a forward or a winger for Hungarian club Videoton.
Daniel Vukovic (lang; born 27 March 1985) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for KRC Genk and the Australia national team.
The Danube Banovina or Danube Banate (Serbo-Croatian: Дунавска бановина, Dunavska banovina), was a banovina of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia between 1929 and 1941.
The Danube Swabians (Donauschwaben) is a collective term for the German-speaking population who lived in various countries of southeastern Europe, especially in the Danube River valley.
Darda is a village and a municipality just north of Osijek, Croatia.
Darko Šarović (Дарко Шаровић, born 16 May 1990 in Belgrade) is a Serbian physician and athlete who specialises in the 60 meter and 100 meter sprint events.
Darko Baljak (Дарко Баљак; born 29 July 1983) is a Serbian football midfielder.
Darko Bjelanović (Дарко Бјелановић; born 25 July 1991) is a Serbian football defender who plays for Radnički Kragujevac in the Jelen SuperLiga.
Darko Filipović (Serbian: Дарко Филиповић) is a Serbian turbo-folk singer born in Leskovac, south Serbia, who became famous after he becoming a finalist in Zvezde Granda 2004.
Darko Isidorović (Дарко Исидоровић; born 17 April 1987) is a Serbian football forward.
Darko Jevtić (born 8 February 1993) is a Swiss professional footballer who is currently playing for Lech Poznań in the Polish Ekstraklasa.
Darko Kolić (Дарко Колић; born October 6, 1971) is a former Serbian footballer.
Darko Kovačević (Дарко Ковачевић,; born 18 November 1973) is a Serbian former footballer who played as a forward.
Darko Matijašević (born 10 July 1968) is a politician from Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Darko Nišavić (May 28, 1952 in Zrenjanin–May 9, 2005) is a Serbian former wrestler who competed in the 1976 Summer Olympics where he won 4th place and in the 1980 Summer Olympics.
Darko Pavlović (Дарко Павловић; born 14 August 1995) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Metalac Gornji Milanovac.
Darko Radomirović (Serbian Cyrillic: Дарко Радомировић) is a Serbian retired middle-distance track runner who specialized in the 1500 metres discipline.
Darko Radovanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Дарко Радовановић) (21 September 1975 – 11 June 2011) was a Serbian singer popular in Serbia and the other former Yugoslav republics.
Darko Ramovš (born 7 April 1973 in Belgrade) is a retired Serbian football player.
Darko Savić (Serbian Cyrillic: Дарко Caвић; born 19 January 1979 in Vršac) is a Serbian footballer who plays as a defender for Botev Ihtiman.
Darko Stanić (Дарко Станић, born 8 October 1978) is a Serbian handball goalkeeper who plays for El Jaish and for the Serbian national team.
Darman (Дърман; also Drman, Dǎrman, Durman, Dorman) and Kudelin (Куделин) were two Bulgarian nobles who jointly ruled the region of Braničevo (in modern Serbia) as independent or semi-independent autocrats in the late 13th century (1273–1291).
Daruvar (Daruvar, Daruwar, Daruvár, Aqua Balissae) is a spa town and municipality in Slavonia, northeastern Croatia, with a population of 8,567, as of 2011.
The Daruvar Agreement (Croatian, Serbian: Daruvarski sporazum) was a document negotiated by Croatian and Republic of Serbian Krajina (RSK) local authorities in the United Nations Protected Area (UNPA) for the SAO Western Slavonia, also known as Sector West on 18 February 1993, during the Croatian War of Independence.
Darza (Darzë, Montenegrin and Дарза) is a village in the Ulcinj Municipality, southeastern Montenegro.
Das Fräulein or Fräulein was directed by Swiss filmmaker Andrea Staka in 2006, and won seven awards.
Dave Zegarac (born 15 February 1979 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian punk rock musician.
David Andjelic (Serbian: David Anđelić; Cyrillic: Давид Анђелић) is a Serbian rugby league footballer.
David Nikolić (Давид Николић; born 9 February 1996) is a Serbian football defender who plays for Radnički Kragujevac.
David Vržogić (born 10 August 1989) is a German footballer who plays as a defender for SV Meppen.
David Wildstein (born September 1961) is an American businessman, Republican Party politician, political blogger, and the founder of the New Jersey political news website Politicker Network.
Döme Sztójay (5 January 1883 – 22 August 1946) was a Hungarian soldier and diplomat of Serb origin, who served as Prime Minister of Hungary in 1944, during World War II.
Mehmed Džemaludin ef. Čaušević (Arebica: مُحَمَّدٌ جَمَالُالدِّينِ أف. چاۆشهوٖىݘ, Cyrillic: Мехмед Џемалудин еф. Чаушевић; 28 December 1870 – 28 March 1938) was a Bosnian Muslim reformer and imam.
De Administrando Imperio ("On the Governance of the Empire") is the Latin title of a Greek work written by the 10th-century Eastern Roman Emperor Constantine VII.
Dead Winter Dead is the ninth studio album by the American heavy metal band Savatage, released in 1995.
The Bytyqi brothers were three American-Kosovo Albanians killed by Serb police shortly after the end of the war in Kosovo, while they were in custody in Petrovo Selo, Serbia.
Deč is a village in Serbia.
The Dečani chrysobulls (Дечанске хрисовуље/Dečanske hrisovulje) or Dečani charters (Дечанске повеље/Dečanske povelje) are chrysobulls dating to 1321-1331, signed by Stefan Uroš III Dečanski of Serbia, the Serbian King, which contains a detailed list of households and villages in what is today Metohija and northwestern Albania.
Debar (Дебaр; in Albanian; Dibër/Dibra or Dibra e Madhe) is a city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia, near the border with Albania, off the road from Struga to Gostivar.
Debeljača (Serbian Cyrillic: Дебељача,, Torontálvásárhely) is a village in Serbia.
Debrc (Дебрц) is a former town, today a village, located in the Vladimirci municipality in Mačva District of Serbia.
On December 14, 1998, the Yugoslav Army (VJ) ambushed a group of 140 Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) militants attempting to smuggle weapons and supplies from their base in Albania into the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
On the 3rd December 1998 a Yugoslav border patrol was attacked by a group of nine Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) fighters attempting to illegally cross the border between Albania and Yugoslavia.
Decenija (English: Decade) is the eleventh studio album by Serbian singer Ceca.
Defektno Efektni (Дефектно Ефектни; trans. Defective-Effective) were a Serbian new wave/punk rock band from Belgrade, notable as the participant of the Artistička Radna Akcija project in 1981.
Deities of Slavic religion, arranged in cosmological and functional groups, are inherited through mythology and folklore.
Dejan (Дејан; fl. 1346–ca. 1366) was a Serbian magnate who served Emperor Stefan Dušan (r. 1331–55) as sevastokrator, and Emperor Uroš V (r. 1355–71) as despot.
Dejan Šoškić (Дејан Шошкић,; born 15 March 1967, Belgrade) is a Serbian economist.
Dejan Bogunović (Дејан Богуновић; born 13 May 1981) is a Serbian football goalkeeper who plays for Proleter Novi Sad.
Dejan Branković (born August 29, 1980 in Niš) is a Serbian footballer last playing for JJK.
Dejan Govedarica (born 2 October 1969) is a Serbian former football player.
Dejan Ivanović (Дејан Ивановић; born 8 November 1994) is a Serbian football forward who plays for FK ŽAK Kikinda.
Dejan Janjatović (Дејан Јањатовић; born 25 February 1992) is a Serbian footballer who currently plays for Polish Ekstraklasa side Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza.
Dejan Jovanović (Дејан Јовановић; born 17 Aприл 1986) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Jedinstvo Ub in Serbian League West.
Dejan Jović (born 1968) is a full time professor at the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Zagreb.
Dejan Matić (Дејан Матић, born 26 April 1978) is a Serbian pop folk singer.
Dejan Medaković (Дејан Медаковић; 7 July 1922 – 1 July 2008) was a Serbian art historian, writer and academician.
Dejan Miladinović, (Дејан Миладиновић; 2 December 1948 – 3 August 2017) was a Serbian opera director.
Dejan Perić (Дејан Перић; born 16 April 1979) is a Serbian football defender.
Dejan Ristanović (Дејан Ристановић), is a well known Serbian writer and computer publicist.
Dejan Ristić (Дејан Ристић; born 6 March 1978) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays with Brantford Galaxy of the Canadian Soccer League.
Dejan Savić (Serbian Cyrillic: Дејан Савић) (born 24 April 1975) is former Yugoslavian and Serbian water polo player who played for the bronze medal squad of FR Yugoslavia at the 2000 Summer Olympics and the silver medal squad of Serbia and Montenegro at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
Dejan Stamenković (Дејан Стаменковић; born 8 August 1990) is a Serbian football midfielder.
Dejan Stojanović (Дејан Стојановић,; born 11 March 1959) is a Serbian poet, writer, essayist, philosopher, businessman, and former journalist.
Dejan Stojanović (born 19 July 1993) is an Austrian-born Macedonian football goalkeeper of Serb-Macedonian descent who plays for St. Gallen.
Dejan Udovičić (Дејан Удовичић; born 27 July 1970 in Belgrade, Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a professional Serbian water polo head coach.
The Dejanović (Дејановић, Dejanovići / Дејановићи) or Dragaš (Драгаш, Dragaši / Драгаши), originates from a medieval noble family that served the Serbian Empire of Dušan the Mighty (r. 1331-1355) and Uroš the Weak (r. 1355-1371), and during the fall of the Serbian Empire, after the Battle of Maritsa (1371), it became an Ottoman vassal.
Deliblato is a village in Serbia, situated in the Kovin municipality in the Vojvodina province.
Delio Rossi (born 26 January 1960) is an Italian football manager and former footballer who played as a midfielder.
Delogoždi (Делогожди, Dollogozhdë) is a village in the municipality of Struga, Republic of Macedonia.
Delovce (Деловце, Delloc) is a settlement in the Suva Reka municipality in the disputed region of Kosovo.
Demir Hisar (Демир Хисар) (formerly Murgaševo (until 1946)) is a town in Republic of Macedonia.
The Democratic Party (Демократска странка, ДC / Demokratska stranka, DS) is a social-democratic and social-liberal political party in Serbia.
Democratic Party of Federalists (Demokratska stranka federalista, Serbian Cyrillic: Демократска Странка Федералиста) is political party in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Democratic Party of Serbs in Macedonia (Демократска партија Срба у Македонији, Демократска партија на Србите во Македонија (ДПСМ), Demokratska Partija na Srbite vo Makedonija (DPSM)) is a political party representing the interests of Serbs in the Republic of Macedonia as well as other political, social and economic issues.
Democratic People's Party (DNP) (Демократска народна партија/Demokratska narodna partija), is a right-wing opposition political party in Montenegro.
This is demographic history of Bačka.
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In the early 16th century, before Ottoman conquest, Baranja was populated by Croats and Hungarians.
This article includes information on the demographic history of Kosovo.
The region of Macedonia is known to have been inhabited since Paleolithic times.
This article presents the demographic history of Montenegro through census results and official documents which mention demographic composition.
This is demographic history of Novi Sad.
This article presents the demographic history of Serbia through census results.
This is demographic history of Serbian Banat.
This article presents the Demographic history of Slovenia, with census results where available.
This article is about demographic history of Subotica.
This is demographic history of Syrmia.
This article presents the Demographic history of the Republic of Macedonia through census results since 1948.
Vojvodina's demographic history reflects its rich history and its former location at the border of the Ottoman and Habsburg empires and at the confluence of various peoples, making it a hotbed of invasion, colonization, and assimilation processes.
This article is about the demographic features of the population of Albania, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
As of the census of 2010, there were 118,032 people residing in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
This article is about the demographic features of the population of Austria, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
From 2013 census, The City of Banja Luka has a population of 185,042 people.
Belgrade is the capital and largest city of Serbia.
In December 2015, the city-state of Berlin had a population of 3,520,031 registered inhabitants in an area of.
During its first century as a city, Chicago grew at a rate that ranked among the fastest growing in the world.
The demographic characteristics of the population of Croatia are known through censuses, normally conducted in ten-year intervals and analysed by various statistical bureaus since the 1850s.
The demography of Germany is monitored by the Statistisches Bundesamt (Federal Statistical Office of Germany).
This article is about the demographic features of the population of Hungary, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
The Kosovo Agency of Statistics monitors various demographic features of the population of Kosovo, such as population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
Melbourne is Australia's second largest city and has a diverse and multicultural population.
This article is about the demographic features of the population of Montenegro, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
As of the 2010 United States Census, there were 1,526,006 people, 590,071 households, and 352,272 families residing in the consolidated city-county of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Podgorica is the capital and largest city of Montenegro.
As of December 2012 Pristina, the capital city of Kosovo, had a population of 205,133 registered inhabitants The Rural Part of the municipality as well as the area near the center of Pristina, in terms of socio-economic processes is under the influence of population dynamics, both in terms of demographic regime, which is more expansive, and in addition mechanical population.
This article is about the demographic features of the population of Romania, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
The demographics of Russia is about the demographic features of the population of the Russian Federation including population growth, population density, ethnic composition, education level, health, economic status and other aspects.
The population of the city's of Sarajevo four municipalities is 275.524, whereas the Sarajevo Canton population is estimated at 413.593.
This article is about the demographic features of the population of Serbia, including vital statistics, ethnicity, religious affiliations, education level, health of the populace and other aspects of the population.
This article is about the demographic features of the population of Slovakia, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
This article is a list census data of counties in the Kingdom of Hungary during the time period between 1715 and 1910.
This article is about the demographics of the Ottoman Empire, including population density, ethnicity, education level, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
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This article is about the demographics of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia during its existence from 1945 until 1991.
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This article is about the demographic features of the population of Uruguay, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
The Demographics of Metropolitan Vancouver (Greater Vancouver Regional District) concern population growth and structure for Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Currently, town has a population an estimated at 17,000 residents, with municipality numbering 40,276 residents, of which there is 96% Bosniaks, 2% Serbs, 1% Croats and 1% other.
Zagreb is the largest city in Croatia and the only one whose metropolitan area exceeds one million people.
This article is about the demographic features of the population of the Netherlands, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the population, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
Denis Cvitičanin (Serbian Cyrillic: Денис Цвитичанин) (born August 17, 1970) is a Serbian-Canadian film director.
Denko Krstić (Денко Крстић, Денко Крстиќ; September 1824 – 1882) was a merchant from Kumanovo and Ottoman Serb activist.
Denta (German and Hungarian: Denta) is a commune in Timiș County, Romania.
Deportation is the expulsion of a person or group of people from a place or country.
Derby of Serbia (Derbi Srbije; Дерби Србије) refers to any match between professional Serbian clubs Red Star Belgrade or Partizan Belgrade from Belgrade and Vojvodina from Novi Sad.
Deringaj (Дерингај) is a village in Croatia.
Dervan or Derwan (Dervanus) was an early King of the Serbs (Sorbs) (fl. 615–636).
Desanka Kovačević-Kojić (Serbian Cyrillic: Десанка Ковачевић-Којић) is a Serbian historian, a specialist in the medieval history of Serbia and Bosnia, and in particular urban history, trade and commercial relations.
Desnica Radivojević (Десница Радивојевић; 14 December 1952) is a Bosnian politician who serves as Minister of Planning in the Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Desovo (Десово, Desovë) is a village in the municipality of Dolneni, Republic of Macedonia.
Despotovac (Деспотовац) is a town and municipality located in the Pomoravlje District of central Serbia.
Despotovo (Деспотово) is a village located in the Bačka Palanka municipality, in the South Bačka District of Serbia.
Deszk (Serbian: Деска / Deska) is a village near the city of Szeged, in county Csongrád, in Hungary.
Dević (Девић) is a common Croatian and Serbian surname.
"Devojko mala" is a popular fifties song composed by Darko Kraljić and recorded by Vlastimir "Đuza" Stojiljković for the soundtrack of the Ljubav i moda film in which he was also had the starring role.
A dialect continuum or dialect chain is a spread of language varieties spoken across some geographical area such that neighbouring varieties differ only slightly, but the differences accumulate over distance so that widely separated varieties are not mutually intelligible.
Diana Budisavljević (née Obexer; 15 January 1891 – 20 August 1978) was a humanitarian of Austrian descent who led a major relief effort in Yugoslavia during World War II that rescued ethnic Serb and, in smaller numbers, Jewish, children from the concentration camps operated in the Independent State of Croatia, saving more than 12,000 lives.
Dictionary of the Khazars: A Lexicon Novel (rtl, rtl) is the first novel by Serbian writer Milorad Pavić, published in 1984.
Dihovo (Macedonian Cyrillic: Дихово) is a village in the municipality of Bitola, Republic of Macedonia located about seven kilometers away from Bitola, the second largest city in the country.
Diklić (Диклић) is a Serbo-Croatian surname, predominantly borne by ethnic Serbs.
Diklići (Диклићи) is a village in the Ravno municipality in south Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Dimitrije "Dimitri" Davidović (born 21 May 1944) is a Belgian of Serbian descent former football player, and a football manager.
Dimitrija Čupovski (Димитрија Чуповски) (November 8, 1878 – October 29, 1940) was a Macedonian textbook writer and lexicographer.
Dimitrije Bogdanović (Cyrillic: Димитрије Богдановић) (October 11, 1930 in Belgrade - June 14, 1986 in Beograd) was a Serbian historian and member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
Dimitrije Ljotić (Димитрије Љотић; 12 August 1891 – 23 April 1945) was a Serbian fascist politician and ideologue who established the Yugoslav National Movement (Zbor) in 1935 and collaborated with German occupational authorities in the Territory of the Military Commander in Serbia during World War II.
Dimitrije Ovčarević (Димитрије Овчаревић; 1552–66) was a Habsburg Serb nobleman.
Dimitrije "Mita" Pejanović (born July 9, 1974 in Sombor) is a Serbian handballer.
Dimitrije "Mita" Tucović (Димитрије Туцовић,; 13 May 1881 – November 1914) was a Serbian theorist of the socialist movement, prominent leader and a publisher.
Dimitrovgrad (Димитровград, Цариброд, Tsaribrod) is a town and municipality located in the Pirot District of southeastern Serbia.
The Dinamo Zagreb–Red Star Belgrade riot was a football riot which took place on 13 May 1990 at Maksimir Stadium in Zagreb, Croatia between the Bad Blue Boys (fans of Dinamo Zagreb) and the Delije (fans of Red Star Belgrade).
The Dinara Division (Динарска дивизија / Dinarska divizija) was a Chetnik division that existed during World War II.
Dionisije Novaković (Дионисије Новаковић, Dionisie Novacovici; ca. 1705–December 8, 1767) was a Serbian Orthodox bishop in the Habsburg Monarchy.
The discography of Disciplina Kičme / Disciplin A Kitschme, a Serbian alternative rock band from Belgrade, formed in 1982, consists of nine studio albums, one live album, two extended plays, two compilation albums, six singles, and a live DVD video release.
Displaced persons camps in post-World War II Europe were camps established after World War II in Germany, Austria, and Italy, primarily for refugees from Eastern Europe and for the former inmates of the Nazi German concentration camps.
The District of Ferizaj or District of Uroševac (Rajoni i Ferizajit; Урошевачки округ, Uroševački okrug) is one of the seven districts of Kosovo, with its seat in Ferizaj.
The District of Peć or District of Peja (Rajoni i Pejës; Пећки округ or Pećki okrug) is one of the seven districts (the higher-level administrative divisions) of Kosovo; it has its seat in the city of Peć.
The District of Potisje (Potiski krunski dištrikt or Потиски крунски диштрикт) was an administrative territorial entity of the Habsburg Monarchy.
The District of Pristina (Rajoni i Prishtinës, Prištinski okrug) is the largest of the districts of Kosovo.
The Prizren District (Rajoni i Prizrenit; Призренски округ, Prizrenski okrug) is one of the seven districts of Kosovo.
The Privileged District of Velika Kikinda (Великокикиндски привилеговани диштрикт / Velikokikindski privilegovani dištrikt; Privilegierten Bezirk Gross Kikinda; Regio-privilegiatus Districtus Magnokikindiensis; Nagykikindai kerület) was an administrative territorial entity of the Habsburg Monarchy between 1774 and 1876.
Diva is the tenth studio album by Serbian singer Jelena Karleuša.
Divna Ljubojević (Дивна Љубојевић), sometimes called by just her first name, i.e. Divna, is a Serbian singer and conductor of Orthodox Christian sacred music of various languages; she is a founder (along a group of her friends), the conductor and artistic director of the Melodi ensemble (Serbian: Мелоди, "(the) Melodists"), a "choir and studio for spiritual music".
Divoselo (Дивосело) is a village in the Gospić municipality in the Lika region of central Croatia.
Dnopolje (Днопоље) is a village in Croatia.
Dobanovci (Serbian Cyrillic: Добановци) is a suburban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
Doboj is a city located in Republika Srpska, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Dobra devojka is the eighth studio album by Serbian singer Dragana Mirković.
Dobri Dol (Macedonian Cyrillic: Добри Дол)is a village in Sopište Municipality, near the Republic of Macedonia's capital city, Skopje.
Dobrić is a village in Serbia.
Dobrica is a village in Serbia.
Dobrica Ćosić (Добрица Ћосић,; 29 December 1921 – 18 May 2014) was a Serbian politician, writer, and political theorist.
Dobrica Erić (Добрица Ерић; born August 22, 1936) is a Serbian writer and poet.
Dobrinci is a village in Serbia.
Dobrivoje Božić (23 December 1885 – 13 November 1967) was a Serbian mechanical engineer, inventor and constructor of the first air brakes for trains.
Dobrošte (Macedonian: Доброште, Dobrosht) is a village situated in the northeastern side of Tetovo, Macedonia, within the 15-km of road along the Tetovo - Globocica highway.
Dobroselo (Добросело) is a village in Croatia.
Dobroslav Jevđević (Доброслав Јевђевић,; 28 December 1895 – October 1962) was a Bosnian Serb politician and self-appointed Chetnik commander (војвода) in the Herzegovina region of the Axis-occupied Kingdom of Yugoslavia during World War II.
Dobrota (Montenegrin: Dobrota/Доброта, Italian: Bonintro) is a town in the Kotor Municipality in coastal Montenegro.
Dolaze nam bolji dani is the ninth studio album by Serbian singer Dragana Mirković.
Doljani is populated place in Jablanica Municipality, Bosnia and Hercegovina,between Jablanica and Mostar.
Doljani is a village in Herzegovina, in Čapljina municipality, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Doljani (Дољани) is a village in Croatia.
Doljevac is a town and municipality located in the Nišava District of the southern Serbia.
Dolna Banjica (Долна Бањица; Banjicë e Poshtme; Aşağı Banisa) is a village in the municipality of Gostivar, Republic of Macedonia.
Dolna Belica (Долна Белица; Beala di Ghios, Beala di Cămpu; Belicë e Poshtme) is a village in the municipality of Struga, Republic of Macedonia.
Dolno Dupeni (Долно Дупени) is a village in the Resen Municipality of Macedonia.
Dolno Konjare (Долно Коњаре) is a village in the municipality of Kumanovo, Republic of Macedonia.
Dolno Lisiče (Долно Лисиче) is a village in the municipality of Aerodrom, Republic of Macedonia.
Dolno Nerezi (Долно Нерези, Nerez i Poshtëm) is a neighbourhood in the City of Skopje, Macedonia, administered by the Karpoš Municipality.
Dolno Orizari (Долно Оризари, Orizar i Poshtëm) is a village in the municipality of Šuto Orizari, Republic of Macedonia.
Dolno Strogomište (Долно Строгомиште, Drogomisht i Vogël) is a village in the municipality of Kičevo, Republic of Macedonia.
Dolovo (Serbian Cyrillic: Долово) is a village in Serbia.
Domanek (Domanec; 1054–55) was a Serbian nobleman.
Domanovići is a village in Herzegovina, in Čapljina municipality, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A dominant minority is a minority group that has overwhelming political, economic, or cultural dominance in a country, despite representing a small fraction of the overall population (a demographic minority).
The Dominion War is an extended plot concept developed in several story arcs of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, an American science-fiction television series produced by Paramount Pictures.
Don Trialeon (Birth name: Don Trialeon) is a Serbian MC.
Dondușeni is a city in the north of Moldova.
Donja Bočinja (Доња Бочиња) is a village in the municipality of Maglaj in Zenica-Doboj Canton, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Donja Borina is a village in Serbia.
Donja Ljuboviđa is a village in Serbia.
Donja Orovica is a village in Serbia.
Donja Suvaja (Доња Суваја) is a village in Croatia.
Donja Trešnjica is a village in Serbia.
Donja Vogošća is a village in Vogošća municipality, near Sarajevo, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Donje Ceranje is a village within the town Benkovac.
Donje Crniljevo is a village in Serbia.
Donji Štrbci (Доњи Штрбци) is a village in Croatia.
Donji Kokoti is a suburb located five kilometers of Podgorica, Montenegro.
Donji Korićani (Доњи Корићани) is populated place in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska, Skender Vakuf Municipality.
Donji Lapac (Доњи Лапац) is a settlement and a municipality in Lika, Croatia.
Donji Petrovci (Serbian Cyrillic: Доњи Петровци) is a village in Serbia.
Donji Srb (Доњи Срб) is a village and former settlement in Croatia.
Donji Tavankut (Доњи Таванкут), also known simply as Tavankut (Таванкут), is a village located some 16 km west of Subotica, Serbia.
Donji Tovarnik is a village in Serbia.
Dora d'Istria, pen-name of duchess Helena Koltsova-Massalskaya born Elena Ghica (Gjika/Xhika) (January 22, 1828, Bucharest – November 17, 1888, Florence) was a Wallachian-born Romantic writer and feminist of Albanian-Romanian descent.
Dorćol (Дорћол) is an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
Doroslovo (Дорослово or Doroslovo, Doroszló, Doroslovo) is a village in Serbia.
Dimitrije "Dositej" Obradović (Димитрије Обрадовић,; 17 February 1739 – 7 April 1811) was a Serbian writer, philosopher, dramatist, librettist, linguist, traveler, polyglot and the first minister of education of Serbia.
In the field of counterintelligence, a double agent (also double secret agent) is an employee of a secret intelligence service for one country, whose primary purpose is to spy on a target organization of another country, but who, in fact, has been discovered by the target organization and is now spying on their own country's organization for the target organization.
Downsizing is a 2017 American science fiction comedy-drama film directed by Alexander Payne, written by Payne and Jim Taylor and starring Matt Damon, Christoph Waltz, Hong Chau, and Kristen Wiig.
Igor Todorović (born 22 November 1970, Belgrade), known as Dr Iggy is a Serbian Eurodance.
Dračevo is a village in Herzegovina, in Čapljina municipality, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Dračevo (Драчево) is a suburb in the municipality of Kisela Voda, Republic of Macedonia.
Draško (Cyrillic script: Драшко) is a South Slavic male given name predominantly used by Croats, Serbs and Montenegrins.
Drasko Bogdanovic (or Draško Bogdanović, (Serbian Cyrillic: Драшко Богдановић, born in 1977) is a Canadian artist of Serb origin. He was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia. Bogdanovic is especially interested in portrait photography and homoeroticism. A classically trained musician and self-taught painter, he took up digital photography after emigrating to Canada in 1996. An early fascination with Hollywood magazines and black & white photography influenced Bogdanovic to juxtapose classical posture with natural light in his male nude photography. Today his landscape and architecture photography capture cities’ geometry, immutable personalities and intrinsic emotions; his photography has appeared in domestic newspapers and magazines and has been featured in local and national advertising campaigns. Introspectre, one of Bogdanović's most prominent works, was given the Award of Merit at The Ontario Society of Artist's Annual Exhibition in May 2008. Drasko Bogdanović is a regular columnist at Xtra!, Toronto's gay scene magazine.
Draško Vojinović (Serbian Cyrillic: Дpaшкo Bojинoвић; born December 3, 1984 in Subotica) is a Serbian football player who currently plays for Nyíregyháza Spartacus.
Dragoljub "Draža" Mihailović (Драгољуб Дража Михаиловић, known to his supporters as Uncle Draža (Чича Дража / Čiča Draža; 27 April 1893 – 17 July 1946), was a Yugoslav Serb general during World War II. A staunch royalist, he retreated to the mountains near Belgrade when the Germans overran Yugoslavia in April 1941 and there he organized bands of guerrillas known as the Chetnik Detachments of the Yugoslav Army. The organisation is commonly known as the Chetniks, although the name of the organisation was later changed to the Yugoslav Army in the Homeland (JVUO, ЈВУО). Founded as the first Yugoslav resistance movement, it was royalist and nationalist, as opposed to the other, Josip Broz Tito's Partisans who were communist. Initially, the two groups operated in parallel, but by late 1941 began fighting each other in the attempt to gain control of post-war Yugoslavia. Many Chetnik groups collaborated or established modus vivendi with the Axis powers. Mihailović himself collaborated with Milan Nedić and Dimitrije Ljotić at the end of the war. After the war, Mihailović was captured by the communists. He was tried and convicted of high treason and war crimes by the communist authorities of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia, and executed by firing squad in Belgrade. The nature and extent of his responsibility for collaboration and ethnic massacres remains controversial. On 14 May 2015, Mihailović was rehabilitated after a ruling by the Supreme Court of Cassation, the highest appellate court in Serbia.
The Draža Mihailović Cup is an annual basketball tournament where Serbian basketball clubs from all over Australia compete in it.
Dražen Okuka (born March 5, 1986 in Örebro) is a Serbian football player who most recently played for MTK Budapest.
Dražen Petrović (October 22, 1964 – June 7, 1993) was a Croatian professional basketball player.
Dražeta (Дражета), in some English sources also Drazeta, is a fairly rare South Slavic surname and archaic personal name, originally found in five places on the territory of former Yugoslavia: Mošorin (Serbia), Stari Banovci (Serbia), Ivoševci (Croatia), Hodilje (Croatia), and Jajce (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
Draconic is an adjective derived from the Latin word draco (dragon, snake) It may mean.
Draga Dejanović (Kanjiza, 18 August 1840 - Bečej, 26 June 1871) was a Serbian poet.
Dragan Antanasijević (born July 19, 1987 in Belgrade) is a Serbian football player who currently plays for Sloga Petrovac na Mlavi in the Serbian First League.
Dragan Arsenović (Serbian Cyrillic: Драган Арсеновић; October 6, 1952 – March 7, 2004) was a Serbian footballer.
Dragan M. Ćirjanić (Драган М. Ћирјанић; Belgrade, 1954) is a Serbian film and television director, screenwriter, producer and writer.
Dragan Čavić (Драган Чавић) (born 10 March 1958, Zenica) is a Bosnian politician of Serb ethnicity, who was the President of Republika Srpska in 2002-2006, after having been Vice President of Republika Srpska in 2000-2002.
Dragan Čedić (Драган Чедић) (August 18, 1970, Leskovac, Serbia, former Yugoslavia – July, 2002) was a Serbian mass murderer.
Dragan Đokanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Драган Ђокановић) is a Serb politician (Democratic Party of Federalists), physician, sportsman and one of the most popular men in history of Bosnia and Herzegovina by the research of The Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Dragan Šormaz (Драган Шормаз; born May 4, 1967) is a politician in Serbia.
Dragan Žilić (Serbian Cyrillic: Драган Жилић; born 14 December 1974) is a Serbian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper.
Dragan Janković (Драган Јанковић; born 20 February 1992) is a Serbian football striker who plays for Loznica.
Dragan Jovanović, born October 4, 1965 in Belgrade, is a Serbian actor.
Dragan "Gagi" Jovanović (born 10 October 1977) is a Serbian heavyweight kickboxer, multiple W.A.K.O. European and World champion, and W.A.K.O. Pro Full-Contact Rules European Champion.
Dragan Jovanović (Драган Јовановић; born March 5, 1972) is a politician in Serbia.
Dragan Karanov (Драган Каранов; born 10 April 1995) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for German club FC Frittlingen.
Dragan Markovina (born 6 February 1981) is a Croatian historian, author and president of the New Left Croatia party.
Dragan Mektić (born in Prnjavor on 24 December 1956) is a Bosnian Serb politician and criminal investigator.
Dragan "Gagica" Mićanović (Драган Мићановић; born 30 September 1970) is a Serbian actor.
Dragan Mikerević (Serbian Cyrillic: Драган Микеревић) (born February 12, 1955) is a Serb politician from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Dragan Milovanović (Драган Mилoвaнoвић; born March 1, 1986 in Brus) is a Serbian footballer, who plays for Trayal Kruševac.
Dragan Mrđa (Драган Мрђа; born 23 January 1984) is a Serbian footballer who plays as a forward.
Dragan Obrenović (born April 12, 1963) was a Serb senior officer and commander in the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) and the Bosnian Serb Army (VRS).
Dragan Pavlović Latas (Драган Павловиќ Латас, born 1960 in Skopje) is a Macedonian journalist of Serbian descent.
Dragan Punišić (Serbian Cyrillic: Драган Пунишић; born 1 March 1966 in Belgrade) is a retired Serbianfootballer.
Dragan Starčević (Драган Старчевић; born 1 July 1977) is a Serbian football goalkeeper.
Dragan Tadić (Драган Тадић; born 4 February 1977) is a Serbian football forward.
Dragan "Gagi" Tešanović (Драган Тешановић, born September 2, 1985) is a Serbian retired mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter who competes in the middleweight division.
Dragan Todorović (Serbian Cyrillic: Драган Тодоровић) (born 25 January 1953, in Gornji Milanovac) is a Serbian politician who was the vice-president of the Serbian Radical Party.
Dragan Tomić (Драган Томић) (born 1936 in Pristina, Kingdom of Yugoslavia) is a former Speaker of the National Assembly, holding the position from 1994 to 2001.
Dragan Trajković (Драган Трајковић; born 7 July 1986) is a Serbian football midfielder.
Dragan Trajković (Драган Трајковић; born 22 July 1997) is a Serbian football midfielder, who last played for Radnički Kragujevac.
Dragan Travica (born 28 August 1986) is an Italian volleyball player, a former member of Italy men's national volleyball team and Italian club Kioene Padova, bronze medalist at the 2012 Olympic Games, silver medalist at the European Championship (2011, 2013), bronze medalist of the World League (2013, 2014) and Italian Champion (2012).
Dragan Vasiljević (born 27 July 1971) is a former Serbian footballer.
Dragan Zdravković (born December 16, 1959 in Senjski Rudnik) is a Serbian former middle-distance runner.
Dragana Dujovic is a Serbian Model, Designer and Beauty Pageant.
The videography of Serbian recording artist Dragana Mirković consists of 135 music videos.
Dragana Tomašević (Драгана Томашевић; born 4 June 1982 in Sremska Mitrovica) is a Serbian discus thrower.
Dragiša Pešić (Serbian: Драгиша Пешић; 8 August 1954 – 8 September 2016) was a Montenegrin politician.
Dragiša Pejović (Serbian Cyrillic: Дpaгишa Пejoвић; born July 31, 1982 in Kragujevac) is a Serbian footballer.
Dragomir "Dragiša" Vasić (Драгиша Васић; 2 September 1885 – 20 April 1945) was a Serbian lawyer, writer and publicist who became one of the chief Chetnik ideologues during World War II.
Dragimir (Serbian Cyrillic: Драгимир; † 1018) or Dragomir (Драгомир) was ruler of Travunia and Zachlumia, medieval Serbian principalities located in present-day regions of Herzegovina and south Dalmatia, from an unknown date before 1000 to 1018.
Draginja Vlasić (Драгиња Влашић, January 1928 in Vojka – 20 October 2011 in Zemun) is a Serbian painter.
Draginje is a village in Serbia.
Drago Došen (Драго Дошен) is a Serbian artist.
Dragobraća (Cyrillic: Драгобраћа) is a settlement located in the Stanovo municipality, in the Šumadija District of Serbia.
Dragoljub "Drago" Anđelković (Драгољуб Анђелковић; born 14 April 1993) is a Serbian football forward, who plays for FK Grafičar Beograd.
Dragoljub Mićunović (Драгољуб Мићуновић; born 14 June 1930) is a Serbian politician and philosopher.
Dragomir Krančević (Serbian Cyrillic: Драгомир Кранчевић, Dragomir Krancsevics; 4 October 1847, Pančevo, Banat Military Frontier, Austrian Empire – 19 May 1929, Vienna, Austria) was a Serbian violinist in Austria-Hungary.
Dragomir Vukobratović (Serbian Cyrillic: Дpaгoмиp Bукoбpaтoвић; born 12 May 1988 in Karlovac, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian footballer who last played for Ekstraklasa side Górnik Łęczna.
Dragoslav Ćirković, Драгослав Ћирковић; (born 30 September 1954) is a Serbian politician, current President of the Municipality of Medijana which is one of the Municipalities belonging to the City of Niš.
Dragoslav Bokan (Serbian Cyrillic: Драгослав Бокан; born 15 February 1961) is a Serbian film director and writer.
Dragoslav Pavle Aksentijević (Драгослав Павле Аксентијевић; born April 20, 1942, Belgrade) is a Serbian icon and fresco painter, singer and conductor of Orthodox Christian sacred music and Serbian ethnic music; he is a founder (along with four musicians) the conductor and artistic director of the "Zapis" (Inscription) ensemble.
Dragoslav Račić (Serbian Cyrillic: Драгослав Рачић; 1905–1945) was a Serbian Chetnik military commander holding the rank of colonel and vojvoda during World War II.
Monastery Dragović is a Serbian Orthodox monastery situated on a hill downstream the Cetina River not far from Vrlika in Croatia.
Dragutin Dimitrijević (Драгутин Димитријевић; 17 August 1876 – 24 June 1917), known as Apis (Апис), was a Serbian colonel.
Dragutin Keserović (Serbian Cyrillic: Драгутин Кесеровић; 1896–1945) was a Serbian military commander holding the rank of Major and Lieutenant Colonel and Vojvoda during World War II.
Drajčići (Драјчићи) is a village in the Prizren Municipality in Kosovo, situated in the historical region of Sredačka župa.
Draslajca (Драслајца) is a village in the south-western region of the Republic of Macedonia.
Drenovac Osredački (Дреновац Осредачки) is a village in Croatia.
Dretelj is a village in Herzegovina, in Čapljina municipality, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Drinjaković (Дрињаковић) is a Serbian surname, which may refer to.
Drlače is a village in Serbia.
Drniš is a town in Croatia, located in inland Dalmatia, about halfway between Šibenik and Knin.
Drochia is a city in the northern part of Moldova.
Družetić is a village in Serbia.
Drugovo (Другово, Drugovë) is a village in the municipality of Kičevo, Republic of Macedonia.
Drvar (Cyrillic: Дрвар) is a town and municipality located in Canton 10 of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Drvengrad (Дрвенград, meaning Timber Town), also known as Küstendorf (Kustendorf/Кустендорф) and Mećavnik (Мећавник), is a traditional village that the Serbian film director Emir Kusturica built for his film Life Is a Miracle.
Dušan (Душан) is a Slavic given name primarily used among Serbs, Czechs, Slovaks and Macedonians.
Dušan Živković (Душан Живковић; born 31 July 1996) is a Serbian football midfielder who last played for Serbian SuperLiga club Radnički Niš.
Dušan Dragosavac (Душан Драгосавац; 1 December 1919 – 21 December 2014) was a Yugoslav politician of Serb ethnicity from Croatia who was Chairman of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia from 20 October 1981 until 20 June 1982.
Dušan Dunjić (Serbian Cyrillic: Душaн Дуњић; born March 29, 1987 in Kraljevo) is a Serbian football defender.
Dušan Ivanov (Born 17 February 1991 in Niš) (Serbian Cyrillic: Душан Иванов) is a Serbian footballer who plays for NK Radomlje.
Dušan Ivković (Душан Ивковић; born 24 November 1990) is a Serbian football striker who plays for FK Kolubara.
Dušan J. Popović (1894–1985) was a Serbian historian, a professor at the University of Belgrade.
Dušan Janićijević (born February 2, 1955) is a Serbian former long-distance runner who represented Yugoslavia at the 1976 Summer Olympics in 10000m.
Dušan Letica (Душан Летица; 23 October 1884 – 19 September 1945) was a Serbian lawyer, translator, and Axis Power collaborationist during World War II.
Dušan Makavejev (Душан Макавејев) born 13 October 1932 in Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (now Serbia) is a Serbian film director and screenwriter, famous for his groundbreaking films of Yugoslav cinema in the late 1960s and early 1970s—many of which belong to the Black Wave.
Dušan Martinović (Душан Мартиновић; born 22 December 1987) is a Serbian football Midfielder who plays for Jagodina in the Serbian SuperLiga.
Dušan Matić (31 August 1898 - 12 September 1980) was a Serbian poet who was active as part of the Belgrade surrealist group.
Dušan Punoševac (Душан Пуношевац; born 28 July 1991) is a Serbian football defender, who last played for Napredak Kruševac.
Dušan Simović (Душан Симовић; 28 October 1882 – 26 August 1962) was a Serbian general who served as Chief of the General Staff of the Royal Yugoslav Army and as the Prime Minister of Yugoslavia.
Dušan Stankov/(Serbian Cyrillic: Душан Станков) (30 April 1900, Vršac- 4 March 1983, Belgrade), was an engineer and professor at the University of Belgrade's Faculty of the Mechanical Engineering, a Yugoslav aircraft constructor, who contributed greatly to developing the studies at the faculty and the Faculty itself as well as to the development of the Yugoslav Air Force in general.
Dušan Stević (Душан Стевић; born 17 June 1995) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Panserraikos.
Dušan Tešić (Душан Тешић; born 16 July 1988) is a Serbian football forward, who last played for Spartak Subotica in the Serbian SuperLiga.
Dušan Vasiljev (Душан Васиљев; 1900–1924) was a Serbian poet, novelist and playwright.
Dušan "Duško" Popov, OBE (Душан "Душко" Попов; 10 July 1912 – 10 August 1981) was a Serbian double agent who served as part of the MI6 and Abwehr during World War II, and passed off disinformation to Germany as part of the Double-Cross System.
Kozarska Dubica (Козарска Дубица; until 1992: Bosanska Dubica / Босанска Дубица) is a town and municipality located in northern Republika Srpska, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Dublje (Дубље) is a village in Serbia.
Duboki Dol (Дубоки Дол) is a village in Croatia.
Dubuko is a village in Serbia.
Dubovac is a village in Serbia.
Dubovë e vogël (Albanian, determinate form: Dubova e Vogël), Malo Dubovo (Serbian), is a village of Istog/Istok municipality, in Western Kosovo.
Dubravica is a village in Herzegovina, in Čapljina municipality, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Dubravka Filipovski (Дубравка Филиповски; born January 27, 1967), née Čekanović (Чекановић) is a politician in Serbia.
Dubravka Mijatović (Serbian Cyrillic: Дубравка Мијатовић; born 27 December 1968 in Belgrade) is a Serbian actress.
The Dubrovnik–Neretva County (Dubrovačko-neretvanska županija) is the southernmost Croatian county, located in south Dalmatia.
Dudeștii Noi (Neubeschenowa; Újbesenyő) is a commune in Timiș County, Banat, Romania.
Dudeștii Vechi (Стар Бешенов / Star Beshenov; Banat Bulgarian: Stár Bišnov) is a commune in Timiș County, Romania.
Dudovica (Дудовица) is a small town Lazarevac municipality in the Belgrade District of Serbia.
Dugopolje (Дугопоље) is a village in Croatia.
Duklja (Διοκλεία, Diokleia; Dioclea; Serbian Cyrillic: Дукља) was a medieval Serb state which roughly encompassed the territories of present-day southeastern Montenegro, from the Bay of Kotor in the west to the Bojana river in the east, and to the sources of the Zeta and Morača rivers in the north.
Dulje (Дуље, Duhël/Duhla) is a settlement in the Suva Reka municipality in the disputed region of Kosovo.
Dum Dum is the sixth studio album by the Serbian rock band Ekatarina Velika, released in 1991.
Dunaföldvár is a town in Tolna County, Hungary.
Dunaszekcső (Sečuv, Sečuj, Sečuh) is a village in Baranya County, Hungary, situated on the right bank (west side) of the River Danube.
Dunavac (Serbian Cyrillic: Дунавац) is a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
Dunja Ilić (pronounced Dunya Ilich) (Дуња Илић; born 10 September 1990) is a Serbian pop singer, songwriter, composer, and author.
Dupljaja is a village in Serbia.
Duratovci is populated place in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska, Kotor-Varoš Municipality.
Dusan Predrag Djuric (Душан Предраг Ђурић, Dušan Predrag Ðurić; born 16 September 1984 in Halmstad) is a Swedish footballer of Serbian descent who plays as a midfielder for Swedish Superettan club GAIS.
Dusan Langura (Serbian Cyrillic: Душан Лангура, born on 26 February 1993), also known by his nicknames Dule or Rolex, is a Swiss former basketball player and business venture capitalist.
Duvanište is a village in Serbia.
Dvor (Двор) is a town and a municipality in the Banovina region in central Croatia.
Dvorane (Дворане, Dvoran) is a village in the Suva Reka municipality in the disputed region of Kosovo.
The Early Middle Ages or Early Medieval Period, typically regarded as lasting from the 5th or 6th century to the 10th century CE, marked the start of the Middle Ages of European history.
The early Slavs were a diverse group of tribal societies who lived during the Migration Period and Early Middle Ages (approximately the 5th to the 10th centuries) in Eastern Europe and established the foundations for the Slavic nations through the Slavic states of the High Middle Ages.
East Herzegovina (Istočna Hercegovina, Источна Херцеговина) is the eastern part of the historical Herzegovina region in Bosnia and Herzegovina, east of the Neretva river, part of the Republika Srpska entity.
East on the west and west on the east is an unofficial motto of Serbia.
Since its origins, Easter has been a time of celebration and feasting and many traditional Easter games and customs developed, such as egg rolling, egg tapping, pace egging, cascarones or confetti eggs, and egg decorating.
Eastern Bloc politics followed the Red Army's occupation of much of eastern Europe at the end of World War II and the Soviet Union's installation of Soviet-controlled Stalinist or Marxist–Leninist governments in the Eastern Bloc through a process of bloc politics and repression.
The Eastern Orthodox Church, also known as the Orthodox Church, or officially as the Orthodox Catholic Church, is the second-largest Christian Church, with over 250 million members.
Eastern Orthodoxy is the main Christian denomination in Serbia, with 6,079,396 followers or 84.6% of the population, followed traditionally by the majority of Serbs, and also Romanians, Vlachs, Montenegrins, Macedonians and Bulgarians living in Serbia.
In diplomatic history, the "Eastern Question" refers to the strategic competition and political considerations of the European Great Powers in light of the political and economic instability in the Ottoman Empire from the late 18th to early 20th centuries.
Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Syrmia (Istočna Slavonija, Baranja i Zapadni Srem/ Источна Славонија, Барања и Западни Срем) was a short-lived Serb parallel entity in the territory of Croatia.
Ečka (Serbian Cyrillic: Ечка) is a village located in the Zrenjanin municipality, in the Central Banat District of Serbia.
Eğri Eyalet (ایالت اگیر; Eyālet-i Egīr, Egri ejálet, Jegarski ejalet or Јегарски ејалет) or Pashaluk of Eğri was an administrative territorial entity of the Ottoman Empire formed in 1596 with its capital at Eğri (Hungarian: Eger).
The economy of Bulgaria functions on the principles of the free market, having a large private sector and a smaller public one.
Edi Rama (born 4 July 1964) is an Albanian politician, artist, writer and former basketball player, who has been the Prime Minister of Albania since 2013.
Edin Škorić (Един Шкорић; born December 1, 1975) is a former Serbian volleyball player.
Edin Ferizović (born 12 October 1977) is a Serbian-born Bosniak footballer, who plays as a defender for FK Jošanica in Serbian League West.
Edin Mujković (born 30 April 1995) is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for FK Slavoj Trebišov.
Edmund Veesenmayer (12 November 1904 in Bad Kissingen – 24 December 1977 in Darmstadt) was a German politician, officer (SS-Brigadeführer) and war criminal.
Education in Hungary are predominantly public, run by the Ministry of Human Resources.
Novi Sad is one of the most important Serbian centers of higher education and research, with four universities, numerous professional, technical, and private colleges, and a couple of research institutes.
Many Slavic ethnic groups, including the Belarusians (пісанка, pisanka), Bulgarians (писано яйце, pisano yaytse), Croats (pisanica), Czechs (kraslice), Poles (pisanka), Serbs (писаница/pisanica), Slovaks (kraslica), Slovenes (pisanica, pirhi or remenke), Sorbs (jejka pisać) and Ukrainians (писанка, pysanka) decorate eggs for Easter.
Ekatarina Velika is the second studio album by the Serbian rock band Ekatarina Velika, released in 1985.
The discography of Ekatarina Velika, a Serbian alternative rock band from Belgrade, formed in 1982, consists of seven studio albums, three live album and two compilation albums.
Eksplozija is the nineteenth studio album by Serbian singer Dragana Mirković.
Elšani (Елшани) is a village in the Republic of Macedonia situated south of the City of Ohrid.
Elbasan (Albanian: Elbasan or Elbasani) is a city and a municipality in Elbasan County, central Albania.
Elder Tadej (Thaddeus) of Vitovnica (10 October 1914 – 13 April 2003) was a Serbian Orthodox elder and published author, credited for proposing the idea that our thoughts determine the outcome of our lives.
An electoral district, (election) precinct, election district, or legislative district, called a voting district by the US Census (also known as a constituency, riding, ward, division, electoral area, or electorate) is a territorial subdivision for electing members to a legislative body.
Elegy for Kosovo (Tri këngë zie për Kosovën) is an Albanian novel written by Ismail Kadare.
Elemir is a village located in the Zrenjanin municipality, in the Central Banat District of Serbia.
Elena Vasilyevna Glinskaya (Елена Васильевна Глинская; c. 1510 – 4 April 1538 (13 April 1538), Moscow) was a Russian regent.
Elena Kitić (Елена Китић, born 11 August 1997), professionally known as Elena, is a Serbin R&B recording artist.
Eliticide or elitocide refers to "the killing of the leadership, the educated, and the clergy of a group." It is usually carried out during the beginning of a genocide and done to cripple a possible resistance against perpetrators.
Elitni Odredi (Serbian Cyrillic: Елитни Одреди, English: Elite Units) was a Serbian pop-rap group from Belgrade, formed in 2005.
Elizabeth Odio Benito (born 15 September 1939) is one of the judges in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (tenure 2016-2021).
Ellis Island, in Upper New York Bay, was the gateway for over 12 million immigrants to the U.S. as the United States' busiest immigrant inspection station for over 60 years from 1892 until 1954.
Elvir Mekić (Елвир Мекиќ) (born 15 October 1981) is a Macedonian musician.
Emanuilo Janković (Емануило Јанковић; 1758–1792) was a Serbian writer, dramatist, philosopher, translator and editor.
The emblem of Yugoslavia featured six torches, surrounded by wheat with a red star at its top, and burning together in one flame; this represented the brotherhood and unity of the six federal republics forming Yugoslavia: Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Montenegro, and Macedonia.
Emerik Feješ (Емерик Фејеш; Osijek, November 3, 1904 – Novi Sad, July 9, 1969) was a painter; a classic of Serbian Naïve art.
Emilija Baranac (born August 4, 1994) is a Canadian actress and model.
Emin Xhinovci (also spelled Gjinovci, Djinovci and Džinovci; born) is a retired Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) insurgent and restaurant owner from Mitrovica known for his striking resemblance to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
Emir Bekrić (Емир Бекрић, born 14 March 1991) is a Serbian hurdler who specialises and holds the Serbian national record for the 400 metres hurdles.
Emir Kusturica (Емир Кустурица, born 24 November 1954) is a Serbian filmmaker, actor and musician.
Emotivna luda (English: Emotionally Crazy) is the eighth studio album by Serbian singer Ceca.
Endre Kálmán Bajcsy-Zsilinszky (Szarvas, June 6, 1886 – Sopronkőhida, December 24, 1944), was an influential Hungarian politician and an important voice in the struggle against German expansion and military policy.
Endre Mistéth (10 September 1912 in Buziásfürdő – 12 July 2006) Hungarian bridge engineer, minister, winner of Szechenyi prize, builder of numerous bridges in Budapest following World War II.
Enver Halil Hoxha (16 October 190811 April 1985) was an Albanian communist politician who served as the head of state of Albania from 1944 until his death in 1985, as the First Secretary of the Party of Labour of Albania.
The Eparchy of Banat (Банатска епархија or Banatska eparhija) is an ecclesiastical territory or eparchy of the Serbian Orthodox Church in the Banat region, Serbia.
The Eparchy of Bihać and Petrovac (Епархија бихаћко-петровачка) is an eparchy (diocese) of the Serbian Orthodox Church with its seat in Bosanski Petrovac, in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Eparchy of Lipljan, later known as Eparchy of Gračanica or Eparchy of Novo Brdo (Епархија липљанска / Eparhija lipljanska) is one of the former historical Eastern Orthodox eparchies in the central parts of Kosovo region.
The Eparchy of Mukačevo and Prešov (Епархија мукачевско-прешовска) is former Eastern Orthodox eparchy (diocese) of the Serbian Orthodox Church that existed from 1931 to 1945.
The Eparchy of Niš (Епархија нишка) is an eparchy (diocese) of the Serbian Orthodox Church with its seat in Niš, in Serbia.
Eparchy of Osječko polje and Baranja (Serbian Cyrillic: Епархија осјечкопољска и барањска or Епархија осечкопољска и барањска; Osječkopoljska i baranjska eparhija) is an eparchy (diocese) of the Serbian Orthodox Church encompassing easternmost areas of Croatia, with seat in Dalj.
Eparchy of Raška and Prizren or Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Raška-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohija (Епархија рашко-призренска и косовско-метохијска, Eparhija raško-prizrenska i kosovsko-metohijska, Eparkia Rashkë - Prizren) is one of the oldest eparchies of the Serbian Orthodox Church, featuring the seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church, the Serbian Patriarchal Monastery of Peć, as well as Serbian Orthodox Monastery of Visoki Dečani, which together are part of the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Serbia.
Eparchy of Slavonia (Епархија славонска, Eparhija slavonska) is an eparchy (diocese) of the Serbian Orthodox Church encompassing areas of western and central Slavonia, in Croatia.
Erceg is a Croatian and Serbian surname.
Erdősmecske (until 1948: Rácmecske; Ratzmetschke, Metschge; Српска Мечка / Srpska Mečka, Рацмечка / Racmečka; Mečka) is a village in Baranya county, Hungary.
Erdevik (Ердевик) is a village in Serbia.
Erekovci (Ерековци, Elekler) is a village in the municipality of Prilep, Republic of Macedonia.
Ernestinovo (Ernestinenhof) is a municipality in Osijek-Baranja county, Croatia.
The Ernst Thalmann Company (Nemačka Četa Ernest Telman, die deutsche Partisanentruppe „Ernst Thälmann") was a company within Yugoslav Partisans composed of ethnic Germans from Slavonia (then Independent State of Croatia, modern day Croatia).
Ervin Martin Palica (born Pavliecevich; February 9, 1928 – May 29, 1982) was an American professional baseball player, a right-handed pitcher who appeared in 262 games played and 246 games pitched in Major League Baseball over ten seasons between 1945 and 1956 with the Brooklyn Dodgers and Baltimore Orioles.
Ervin Cseh (23 March 1838 – 12 June 1918) was a Hungarian politician from Slavonia, who served as Minister without portfolio of Croatian Affairs twice: between 1898–1903 and between 1903–1905.
Esprit de Corps is a Canadian military magazine operating out of Ottawa, Ontario, by publisher and former soldier Scott Taylor.
Esztergom (Gran, Ostrihom, known by alternative names), is a city in northern Hungary, northwest of the capital Budapest.
Ethnic cleansing is the systematic forced removal of ethnic or racial groups from a given territory by a more powerful ethnic group, often with the intent of making it ethnically homogeneous.
Ethnic federalism is a federal system of national government in which the federated units are defined according to ethnicity.
The Indigenous peoples of Europe are the focus of European ethnology, the field of anthropology related to the various indigenous groups that reside in the nations of Europe.
The 1990 United States Census and 2000 United States Census found that non-Hispanic whites were becoming a minority in Los Angeles.
Various ethnic groups in Omaha, Nebraska have lived in the city since its organization by Anglo-Americans in 1854.
Russia is a multi-national state with over 186 ethnic groups designated as nationalities; the populations of these groups vary enormously, from millions (e.g., Russians and Tatars) to under 10,000 (e.g., Samis and Kets).
Vojvodina is a province in Republic of Serbia and one of the most ethnically diverse regions in Europe, home to 25 different ethnicities.
The ethnic groups in Yugoslavia were grouped into constitutive peoples and minorities.
The population of Post-World War II Poland became nearly completely ethnically homogeneous as a result of the German-Nazi Holocaust, the radically altered borders, and the deportations ordered by the Soviet authorities, who wished to remove the sizeable Polish minorities from the Baltics (Lithuania) and Eastern Europe (western Belarus and western Ukraine).
An ethnoreligious group (or ethno-religious group) is an ethnic group whose members are also unified by a common religious background.
Europe is a continent located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and mostly in the Eastern Hemisphere.
"Europe" is the national anthem of Kosovo.
European dragons are legendary creatures in folklore and mythology among the overlapping cultures of Europe.
Eva Braun (Ева Браун) is a pop rock band from Bečej, Serbia, notable as one of the most important bands of the Vojvodina pop-rock scene of the 1990s.
Ex YU rock enciklopedija 1960 - 2006 (trans. Ex YU Rock Encyclopedia 1960 - 2006) is a book by Serbian author, journalist and music critic Petar Janjatović.
The Exodus of Sarajevo Serbs (egzodus sarajevskih Srba; egzodus Srba iz Sarajeva) refers to the migration of ethnic Serbs from Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, between January and March 1996 after the Dayton Agreement that concluded the Bosnian War (1991–95).
Nazi Germany built extermination camps (also called death camps or killing centers) during the Holocaust in World War II, to systematically kill millions of Jews, Slavs, Communists, and others whom the Nazis considered "Untermenschen" ("subhumans").
Șchei (шкеи, shkei) was an old Romanian exonym referring to the Bulgarians, especially in Transylvania and northern Wallachia.
Fališe (Фалише) is a village in the municipality of Tetovo, Republic of Macedonia.
Falih Rıfkı Atay Nature Park (Falih Rıfkı Atay Tabiat Parkı) is a nature park located in Sarıyer district of Istanbul Province, Turkey.
The Fall of Constantinople (Ἅλωσις τῆς Κωνσταντινουπόλεως, Halōsis tēs Kōnstantinoupoleōs; İstanbul'un Fethi Conquest of Istanbul) was the capture of the capital of the Byzantine Empire by an invading Ottoman army on 29 May 1453.
The fall of the Serbian Empire was a decades-long period in the late 14th century that marked the end of the once-powerful Serbian Empire.
Far-right politics in Croatia refers to any manifestation of far-right politics in the Republic of Croatia.
Haque was born in Chicago in 1963.
Farkaševac is a municipality in Zagreb County, Croatia.
Faruk Bihorac (born 12 May 1996) is a Serbian football player, who plays as an attacking midfielder for FK Novi Pazar.
Fascism in Europe was composed of numerous ideologies present during the 20th century which all developed their own differences from each other.
FashionTV is an international fashion and lifestyle broadcasting television channel.
Fatalna ljubav (English: Fatal Love) is the seventh studio album by Serbian singer Ceca.
Fatherland is the nation of one's "fathers", "forefathers" or "ancestors".
Fejér (in Latin: comitatus Albensis) was an administrative county (comitatus) of the Kingdom of Hungary.
Ferenc Kalmar was born in 1928 in Subotica). He was a Serbian and Hungarian sculptor, living in Vojvodina. He died in 2013.
Ferizaj (Ferizaji), or Uroševac (Урошевац; old name: Ferizović (Феризовић)), is a city and municipality located in the Ferizaj District of Kosovo.
A feud, referred to in more extreme cases as a blood feud, vendetta, faida, beef, clan war, gang war, or private war, is a long-running argument or fight, often between social groups of people, especially families or clans.
The fez (more correctly ṭarbūsh from the Persian sarpūsh) is a felt headdress in the shape of a short cylindrical peakless hat, usually red, and sometimes with a tassel attached to the top.
The FIBA Stanković Continental Champions’ Cup, nicknamed the Mini FIBA Basketball World Cup, is an international basketball tournament for men's national teams held annually by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA).
Fikret Abdić (born 29 September 1939) is a Bosnian politician and businessman who first rose to prominence in the 1980s for his role in turning the Velika Kladuša-based agriculture company Agrokomerc into one of the biggest conglomerates in SFR Yugoslavia.
Filić is a village located in the Novi Kneževac municipality, in the North Banat District of Serbia.
Filiki Eteria or Society of Friends (Φιλική Εταιρεία or Εταιρεία των Φιλικών) was a secret 19th-century organization whose purpose was to overthrow the Ottoman rule of Greece and establish an independent Greek state.
Filip Babić (Филип Бабић; born 25 May 1995) is a Serbian football defender who last played for Vojvodina.
Filip Hristić (Филип Христић; 27 March 1819, Belgrade – 29 January 1905, Menton, France) was Prince's Representative (President of the Government of Serbia), Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Education, Governor of National Bank, permanent Extraordinary Minister Plenipotentiary (ambassador) of Serbia in Constantinople, Vienna, Berlin and London, and an honorary member of the Serbian Royal Academy.
Filip "Fića" Kljajić (2 May 1913 – 5 July 1943) was a Yugoslav Partisan fighter during World War II and political commissary of the 1st Proletarian Brigade.
Filip Kostić (Филип Костић; born 8 October 1993) is a Serbian football striker who plays for Fk Drina Zvornik.
Filip Nikolic (Serbian: Филип Николић, Filip Nikolić; September 1, 1974 – September 16, 2009) was a French actor and singer of Serbian extraction, best known as the lead of the French boy-band 2Be3.
Filip Pajović (Филип Пајовић; born 30 July 1993) is a Serbian football goalkeeper who plays for Újpest FC.
Filip Pijevac (Филип Пијевац; born 2 May 1990) is a Serbian football goalkeeper who plays for FAP.
Filip Pjević (Филип Пјевић; born 29 May 1991) is a Serbian football defender.
Filip Rajevac (Филип Рајевац; born 21 June 1992) is a Serbian football forward who plays for FC Bunyodkor in the Uzbek League.
Filip Stojanović (Филип Стојанов