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  List of rulers of Bosnia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From 1404 Tvrtko II claimed the Kingship of Bosnia, and battled with Ostoja and Radivoj for control of Bosnia, finally forcing Radivoj from the throne in 1420.
Bosnia was set up as a Sanjak of the Ottoman Empire after the conquest, part of the Eyalet of Rumelia.
1908-1920 Bosnia and Herzegovina annexed to Austria-Hungary as a crown territory.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Bans_and_Kings_of_Bosnia   (626 words)

 Lists_of_incumbents   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
List of Dukes of Ferrara and of Modena
Rulers of the Ngoni Dynasty of Jere (Qeko)
Rulers of the Ngoni Dynasty of Maseko (Gomani)
www.apawn.com /search.php?title=Lists_of_incumbents   (797 words)

Beginning with the reign of ban Borić in 1154, Bosnia was a semi-independent banovina under the sovereignty of the king of Hungary.
Bosnia and Herzegovina's Catholics identified with the Croats from neighbouring Austro-Hungarian provinces of Croatia-Slavonia and Dalmatia.
Bosnia was one of the economically poorer republics of socialist Yugoslavia, but it was built up noticeably using federal funds for underdeveloped regions.
www.lilbooks.com /History_of_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina   (5424 words)

 Bosnia and Herzegovina - Flag of 1992
The coat of arms of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina is of a shield shape coloured blue divided into two fields by a diagonal bend coloured white and with three stylized fleurs-de-lis coloured golden- yellow in each of the fields.
The flag of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina is rectangular with the coat of arms of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the middle on a white field.
Bosnia was dominated alternatively by Serbia and, from the 12th century onward, by Croatia (in personal union with Hungary) until the early 14th century.
www.fotw.net /flags/ba-1992.html   (2247 words)

 The antediluvian patriarchs and the Sumerian King List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It is suggested that the Sumerian scribe that composed the original antediluvian list had available a document (possibly a clay tablet) containing numerical information on the ages of eight of the patriarchs similar to that of the Genesis record and that he mistakenly interpreted it as being written in the sexagesimal system.
The Sumerian list assigns an average reign duration of 30,150 years, with a total duration for the period of 241,200 years, compared to an average age of the biblical patriarchs of 858 years and a sum of 8575 years for their full lives.
List of the duration of the Antediluvian Sumerian reigns.
www.answersingenesis.org /tj/v12/i3/sumerian.asp   (8256 words)

 The Periphery of Francia: Spain, Britain, Eastern Europe, & Scandinavia
ruler of the Free County, Franche Comté, of Burgundy.
Elsewhere on the Web, Gaston was listed as a son of Jean de Foix and a grandson of Gaston IV of Foix and Eleanore (Leonora) of Aragón.
Ironically, the rulers who were deprived of their home in Spain by force end up returning to rule all of Spain by invitation.
www.friesian.com /perifran.htm   (11188 words)

 Univ. System in Bi-H   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Lists of priority needs to guarantee regular laboratory work have been drawn up by the university and can be ordered from World University Service.
As a special investment for Bosnia and Herzegovina's future, at least some of the best students in Sarajevo should be given the opportunity to complete their education at European universities.
Co-operative links between research/education and the industry and economy of the region (chemical industry, energy, salt and mining) are characteristic for the University of Tuzla and underline the importance of university institutions for the development of the country.
www.cco.caltech.edu /~bosnia/culture/univbih.html   (2164 words)

 List of rulers of Bosnia -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Bosnia under King (additional info and facts about Tomislav) Tomislav of (A republic in the western Balkans in south-central Europe in the eastern Adriatic coastal area; formerly part of the Habsburg monarchy and Yugoslavia; became independent in 1991) Croatia (see (additional info and facts about List of rulers of Croatia) List of rulers of Croatia)
930's-960's eastern Bosnia under the rule of Serb Prince (Knez) (additional info and facts about Časlav Klonimirović;) Časlav Klonimirović;, who acknowledged the sovereignty of the (A continuation of the Roman Empire in the Middle East after its division in 395) Byzantine Empire.
1878-1908 Occupation and administration of Bosnia by (A geographical area in central and eastern Europe; broken into separate countries at the end of World War I) Austria-Hungary under a military governor, responsible directly to the crown.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/L/Li/List_of_rulers_of_Bosnia.htm   (901 words)

 January 2003
Bosnia and Hercegovina: Prime Minister Adnan Terzic's government is approved.
Bosnia and Hercegovina: The parliament of the Republika Srpska approves the new cabinet headed by Dragan Mikerevic (48-33).
Bosnia and Hercegovina: Niko Lozancic is elected president of the Federation of Bosnia and Hercegovina.
www.rulers.org /2003-01.html   (1408 words)

 The Militant - 8/5/96 -- Swedish Rulers Move To Take Bigger Military, Economic Role In Europe
The first point on their list of demands was "law and order" in the Baltic workers states.
If the Swedish rulers had intervened on the white side in the revolution in Finland in 1918, it would have made them an ally of German imperialism on its way to lose the first world war.
Contrary to the wishes of the Swedish rulers, Washington is pressuring the governments of Finland and Sweden to give the security guarantees and conclude a defensive pact with the Baltic governments.
www.themilitant.com /1996/6028/6028_6.html   (1543 words)

Aimone of Spoleto, son of Amadeo of Aosta son of Emanuele Filiberto son of Vittorio Emanuele II of Italy; abdicated 1943
NOTE: This highly conjectural list is adapted from the suggestions made by S. Runciman and M. Eggers.
NOTE: This highly conjectural list is adapted from suggestions made by M. Eggers regarding the relationship between South Slavic and Moravian rulers (largely on the basis of the Chronicle of the Priest of Dioclea), and the survival of a “Moravian” line in Slavonia and Bosnia until c1000 (according to two later chronicles).
www-personal.umich.edu /~imladjov/CroatianRulers.htm   (839 words)

 World Statesmen.org
Some material in conjunction with: RULERS and States and Regents of the World.
Lists do not reflect the legitimacy of leaders or governments.
and secessionist movements are listed regardless of political affiliations.
www.worldstatesmen.org   (203 words)

 Kotroman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
1242, died 1316) ruled a territory in northern Bosnia from 1287 to 1316 as a vassal of Hungary.
In 1284 he married Jelisaveta or Elisaveta of Serbia's ruling Nemanjic Dynasty, the daughter of Stefan Dragutin, Duke of Mačva, whose duchy included part of northeastern Bosnia (Soli and Usora) and part of northern Serbia.
He had four sons: Stephen Kotromanic, who succeeded him as ruler of the territory and later became Ban of Bosnia; Vladislav Kotromanic, the father of Tvrtko Kotromanic; Ninoslav; and another son; and two daughters, Katarina and Marija.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/K/Kotroman.htm   (206 words)

 Bosnia-Hercegovina and the failure of reform in Austria-Hungary
To further their claims over Bosnia, the Hungarians persuaded the Pope that the Bosnians were heretics, and Catholic crusaders unsuccessfully invaded the country in the middle of the 1200s.
Between 1480 and 1878, the history of Bosnia was not very different from the history of the rest of the Balkans.
After they occupied Bosnia in 1878, the Habsburgs had an ideal opportunity to show the superiority of political and economic reform as a path to better lives, and as an alternative to ethnic nationalism and revolutionary unrest.
www.lib.msu.edu /sowards/balkan/lect12.htm   (3977 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Tudjman Draws A Veil Over Jasenovac's Croatian Legacy Zagreb's rulers are avoiding a fair and frank assessment of the role of Croatians in the murder of tens of thousands of Serbs, Jews, Roma and anti-fascist Croats during World War II.
By Drago Hedl in Rijeka (BCR No 60, 23-Jul-99) When the elderly Dinko Sakic was extradited to Croatia last year to face charges in connection with his command of the World War II concentration camp run by the Croat fascists (Ustase) at Jasenovac, the Croatian government found itself in a tricky position.
Thus it would be an illusion to expect that Tudjman and his government will be ready to condemn the perpetrators of Ustase fascism for their acts yesterday, given the kind of people they so happily flirt with today.
www.iwpr.net /archive/bcr/bcr_19990723_3_eng.txt   (1064 words)

 iBHY: Application of 20 March 1993 - Bosnia and Herzegovina v. Yugoslavia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Bosnia's distinctiveness was reconstituted in the form of the "Bosnian Pasha-dom (Pashaluk)" that was founded in 1580.
The People and State of Bosnia and Herzegovina declare the following evidence to be good and sufficient to constitute a prima facie case of genocide against the Respondent, and request that all appropriate actions be taken forthwith by this Court in accordance with the standards of the Convention and the norms of international law.
Bosnia and Herzegovina respectfully asks the Court to take judicial notice of all the factual determinations made by the General Assembly in resolution 47/121 for the purpose of these proceedings and in support of our Request for provisional measures as well.
www.icj-cij.org /icjwww/idocket/ibhy/ibhyorders/ibhy_iapplication_19930320.htm   (19055 words)

 Index Bo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
For the next decade, the father remained the power behind the throne as the young ruler occupied himself less with affairs of state than with polo, fast cars, and pleasure trips overseas, predilections that raised eyebrows in conservative circles.
He built a vast network of links with foreign leaders, mostly from developing countries, and Algiers was dubbed "Mecca of Revolutionaries" in the 1970s because of its active role in opposing both the U.S.-led capitalist camp and the Communist bloc.
He was only one of six candidates the OAU had recommended, and his inclusion on the list was apparently an afterthought, brought about by pressure from France on the OAU to recommend at least one fluent French speaker.
www.rulers.org /indexb4.html   (13956 words)

 ipedia.com: World War I Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The accession (1888) of Kaiser Wilhelm II brought to the German throne a young ruler determined to direct policy himself, despite his rash diplomatic judgment.
Military aviation achieved rapid progress, from the development of (initially primitive) forward-firing aerial machine-guns by the German air force in the autumn of 1915 to the deployment of bombers against London (July 1917).
Rulers of both the Central Powers and the Entente began to recognize the threat first raised by Ivan Bloch in 1899, that protracted industrialized war threatened social collapse and revolution throughout Europe.
www.ipedia.com /world_war_i.html   (6150 words)

 International Forum Bosnia - BOSRED   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Artistic styles, understandings of law and justice, heraldry, types of reigning ideology and monarchical piety, the mentality of the feudal class, chivalry, genealogy and political connections are the most prominent indicators of the universalization of European culture in the context of which cohabitation with dominant standards was established.
To demonstrate that the phenomenon of sacred places in Bosnia and Herzegovina confirms our hypothesis that prior to the cultures that developed within the context of official religious communities and their institutions, there existed in Bosnia and Herzegovina a pre-culture of Bosnia or Bosnian cultura prima of Bosnia that has a direct continuity with tradition.
The purpose of the project is to present important scholarly facts to the general public in Bosnia and Herzegovina in an understandable and acceptable manner, with the aim of improving interpersonal relations and the quality of life of the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina and beyond.
www.ifbosna.org.ba /engleski/istrazivanja/projekti   (4707 words)

 Romania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Some Greek intellectuals have argued that the medieval Byzantine Empire should more properly be called Romania, but this has not caught on.
The Dacians were defeated by the Roman Empire in 106, which marked the beginning of a succession of invasions of Romania, although the rulers usually allowed a high degree of autonomy.
In the Middle Ages Romanians lived in three distinct principalities: Wallachia, Moldavia and Transylvania.
www.1-free-software.com /en/wikipedia/r/ro/romania.html   (981 words)

 The Arab Betrayal of Balkan Islam - Middle East Quarterly - Spring 2002
A disregard among certain Arabs for U.S. protection of the Kuwaiti rulers, and by extension the Saudi monarchy, is perhaps understandable.
For the mujahideen in Bosnia, "the jihad ended" in 1995 with the U.S. imposition of the Dayton agreement.
The causes of this were simple: Bosnia is impoverished, and there is no prosperous Bosnian diaspora capable of investing in reconstruction.
www.meforum.org /article/166   (4402 words)

 Croatia within ex-Yugoslavia
See a list of 456 Croatian Catholic priests, theology students and religious brothers killed by communists and Serbian chetniks in the former Yugoslavia during and after World War II, written by Ante Cuvalo.
According to the opinion of V. Zerjavic the Dayton division of the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina with 51% in favour of the Serbs and only 49% for the Muslim-Croatian Federation cannot be justified.
Tihomir Blaskic prosecution, martyrdom in Bosnia and in the Hague...
www.croatianhistory.net /etf/et112.html   (8485 words)

 Operation World Web Sites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Covers a thoroughly comprehensive list of nations, countries, and territories, down to the tiniest.
List of 192 nations of the world and their capitals.
There's a large section listing all the different support organisations and services available to missionaries and mission organisations as well as a category aimed at those who support missionaries or world mission in general.
www.gmi.org /ow/updates/website.html   (2345 words)

 Guide and Index to Lists of Rulers
One motivation is that history is often not taught anymore in terms of dynasties and rulers, since this is thought (by an academic elite comfortably supported by the taxpayers) to be too elitist and too removed from the life of the people.
A skeleton for history of rulers, with maps and genealogies, provides a perspective of time and space, and on real individuals whom we know about, that is otherwise hard to obtain.
The arrangement of these lists thus follows Bryce's principle of universalist ideology, centering on Rome but extending to similar to ideas outside of the Roman world.
www.friesian.com /histindx.htm   (3012 words)

 Eastern Europe: Part II: Bosnia, Yugoslavia, the Holocaust in Yugoslavia
Bosnia Forums: "A major component of "Bosnia: Uncertain Paths to Peace" was the opportunity for international dialogue.
Evidently founded by students at Haverford, it works for a "culturally pluralistic, multi-religious Bosnia." Its greatest contribution are the pages, information on, and efforts toward countering the cultural cleansing and terrible destruction in Bosnia.
It was Slobodan Milosevic who used a version of the history of Serbdom to drive or lead or lure (depending on one's version) his people to nationalist euphoria and an explosion of vicious cruelty and destruction.
www.omnibusol.com /bosnia-yugos.html   (5472 words)

 The Big List -- Page 4
The Ottoman Sultans are at the bottom of the list so be patient as it loads.
This is not an endorsement of the companies listed below, but merely a place to go to obtain images of the flags of the nations of the world.
You will see references to IFOR and SFOR which are BOSNIA references as well sa the current crisis in Kosovo.
members.aol.com /roadtripxx/BigList4.html   (755 words)

The State Department is required to issue its list under the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998.
Although China was listed as an egregious offender, the report softened last year's criticism of its repression of the predominantly Muslim Uighur ethnic group in the Xinjiang region.
The report also listed improvements in religious freedom during the past year, placing Mexico at the top of the list.
www.eri24.com /news95.htm   (581 words)

 The History Guy: The War List
Note--Polisario began fighting the Spanish colonial rulers of the "Spanish Sahara" in the early 1970's.
Parts of the war saw the Muslims and Croatians cooperate against their common foe, but from 1993-1994, Bosnia saw a three-way war when the Muslims and Croats battled each other as well as fighting the Serbs.
Troops from Serbia/Yugoslavia and the rebel Krajina area entered Bosnia to aid the Bosnian Serbs, while the Croatian Army aided the Bosnian Croat forces.
www.historyguy.com /War_list.html   (4852 words)

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