Great Serbia
The term Greater Serbia or Great Serbia (Serbian: Велика Србија, Velika Srbija) applies to the Serbian nationalist and irredentist ideology directed towards the creation of a Serbian land which would incorporate all regions of traditional significance to the Serbian nation, and regions outside of Serbia that are populated mostly by Serbs. This movement's main ideology is to unite all Serbs (or all historically ruled or Serb populated lands) into one state, claiming, depending on the version, different areas of many surrounding countries.
The Greater Serbian ideology including claims to territories of modern-day Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Macedonia. In some historical forms, Greater Serbian aspirations also included territories of Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania. Its inspiration comes from the memory and existence of the relatively large and powerful Serbian Empire that existed in 14th century south-eastern Europe prior to the Ottoman invasion.

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Great Serbian scientists - Consulate General of the Republic
Great Serbian scientists. Although a country with turbulent history , Serbia has been a motherland to some famous scientists from various fields Their ...
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Greater Serbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term Greater Serbia or Great Serbia (Serbian: Велика Србија, Velika Srbija) applies to the Serbian nationalist and irredentist ideology directed towards the ...
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Great Serb Migrations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Great Serb Migrations (Serbian: Велике сеобе Срба, Velike seobe Srba), also known as the Great Exodus, refers mainly to two large migrations of Serbs ...
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Serbian Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Serbian Empire under Tsar Dušan, 1355 A.D. ... Some of Stephen V's successors in parts of Serbia claimed the title of ... Great Serb Migrations, 1690 and 1737– ...
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List of Serbs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1310–1355), Serbian nobleman and monk, possibly "Danilo's pupil" (Danilov učenik), i.e. the main author of the great work „Žitija kraljeva i arhiepiskopa srpskih" ...
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"Greater Serbia" and its consequences - Slobodna Vojvodina
Jun 20, 2011 ... Greater Serbia is a Serbian nationalist concept. It was conceived in the 19th century as an expansionist ideology and was first laid out by ...
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The Great Serbian Charity Dispute - Forbes
Feb 13, 2013 ... Group's claim it shipped medical supplies to Kosovo worth $1.5 million is hard to document.
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Carving Out a Greater Serbia - New York Times
Sep 1, 1991 ... THE FORMER COMMUNISTS WHO RUN THE YUGOSLAV republic of Serbia were panicking. Summoned to the capital for a secret strategy ...
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Vojislav Seselj: Fallen Leader of Great Serbia :: Balkan Insight
Mar 15, 2012 ... Back in the 1980s no one would have guessed that such a brilliant academic would end up in an international court accused of war crimes.
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Bosnian Institute News: Great-Serb myths block Serbia's European ...
Jan 5, 2009 ... Sonja Biserko, president of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia, has found herself once again at the centre of Serbian public ...
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The term Greater Serbia or Great Serbia (Serbian: Велика Србија, Velika Srbija) ...... in Serbian Nationalism - David MacDonald, University of Otago (English) ...
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The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u ... The Higher School (also known as the Great School or Great Academy of ...
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Great Serb Migrations, 1690 and .... ISBN 0-88402-137-8; Jean W. Sedlar, East Central Europe in the Middle Ages, 1000-1500, University of Washington Press, ...
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Milutin Milanković (Serbian Cyrillic: Милутин Миланковић) (1879-1958) was a .... When in 1905 the Great School was transformed into University of Belgrade ...
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Native Name: Универзитет у Београду(Univerzitet u Beogradu). English Name: University of Belgrade. Region: Europe. Country: Serbia. Found Year: Address ...
Serbia's Great War, 1914-1918 - Purdue University Press
Serbia's Great War, 1914-1918 (Hardback). Show Additional ... Andrej Mitrovic; is Chair and Professor of Modern History at the University of Belgrade. He has ...
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Jun 1, 2007 ... Description. Mitrovic's volume fills the gap in Balkan history by presenting an in- depth look at Serbia and its role in WWI. The Serbian ...
Carving Out a Greater Serbia - New York Times
Sep 1, 1991 ... In his rise to power and in his campaign for a Greater Serbia, Milosevic has .... He entered law school at Belgrade University in 1960, and ...
Who are Serbs? - Serbian and Yugoslav Links
The greatest of the migrations happened in 1690, when Serbs, led by Patriarch ... in 1997 and continuing the struggle for the autonomy of universities.
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Serbia made great progress in EU integration – EP ENVI – InSerbia News
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Sketching Serbia: Fifteen fleeting hours in Belgrade. | The Great Affair
This travel sketch in the Sketching Eastern Europe and Turkey series is of the Temple of Saint Sava in Belgrade, Serbia.
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Serbia Energy Business Magazine - Serbia mining:Serbia coal for energy balance, The great importance of Kolubara coal
Serbia Energy Sector - Metal Sector Production Business Info Gate - Srpska energetika i metalna industrija
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“Great News for Soccer in Calgary” « SD Serbia, Calgary AB
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EX-YU Aviation News: Air Serbia considering regional acquisition
Air Serbia’s future investments “may involve regional acquisitions” The CEO of Air Serbia, Dane Kondić, has announced the airline is considering the possibility to purchase an airline in the region as part of its future expansion plans but says the Serbian carrier must first turn a profit before making such a big strategic move. Mr.
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Serbia: Some Great News From Danica – September ‘Felix’ Shelter News. | Serbian Animals Voice (SAV)
Hi all; Here below you will find the latest (September) information from Danica at shelter ‘Felix’ in Serbia, which provides a forever home to cats which originally endured a life on the streets as strays. This is a message of hope and generosity, and it proves that despite all the animal abuse stories which we…
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Air Serbia Names Plane After Novak Djokovic - This Week In Tennis Business with Liz Kobak | World Tennis Magazine
It’s a bird – it’s a plane – it’s Novak Djokovic’s name on his home country’s plane. The name of Serbia’s tennis superman is imprinted near the front of Air Serbia’s Airbus A319, which makes its debut flight on Saturday to Abu Dhabi according to Belgrade, Serbia’s AP. In addition to Djokovic, names of 13 other influential Serbians are appearing on respective Air Serbia aircrafts. Serbian media have quoted six-time Grand Slam champion Djokovic as happily supporting Air Serbia and the company having his name grace one of its planes.
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