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  Miloš Obrenović
Miloš Obrenović wurde in Srednja Dobrinja in Serbien geboren, seine Eltern waren Teodor und Višnja Mihailović.
Miloš Obrenović machte Karađorđe für den Tod seines Bruders verantwortlich.
Miloš Obrenović, inzwischen einer der serbischen Unterführer, ergab sich zunächst den Osmanen, fiel dann aber wieder ab und organisierte 1815 den Zweiten serbischen Aufstand.
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 Milos Obrenovic
Milos derived the name Obrenovic from the name of his stepfather Obren (Martinovic).
As a youth, Milos was a servant in the family of an affluent cattle trader.
Milos Obrenovic was the leader of the Second Serbian Uprising and the lord of Serbia from 1815.
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 Science Fair Projects - Milos Obrenovic
Miloš's diplomacy achieved Serbia's autonomy under the Ottomans leaving him in power though recognizing the Ottoman state.
Miloš withdraw the constitution at the demand of Russia and Turkey.
In two Sultan's Hatisherifs, first in 1830 and a second in 1833 which expanded the same rights to a wider area, Serbia was proclaimed a suzerain principality with Miloš Obrenović as hereditary prince.
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 ObrenoviC: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
Miloš's son Michael, prince of Serbia, was assassinated in 1868.
Led by Prince Milos Obrenovic, within three months it had expelled...Perisic overthrew his son, Prince Mihailo Obrenovic, and brought Karadjordjes son, Prince...preparations.(25) The return of the Obrenovic princes to the Serbian throne in 1859...
The assassination of Alexander Obrenovic V and his wife Draga (Darling) was the...rivalry between the Karageorgevich and Obrenovic dynasties who had headed the rebellion...14, 1876, the only son of King Milan (Obrenovic IV) and his wife Nathalia Keshko.
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 Milos
Milos is the southwesternmost island in the Cyclades group, 120 km (75 miles) due east from the coast of Laconia.
Milos was a source of obsidian during the neolithic ages for the Aegean and Mediterranean.
Though Milos inhabitants sent a contingent to the Greek fleet at Salamis Island, it held aloof from the Delian League, and sought to remain neutral during the Peloponnesian War.
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 Miloš Obrenović - Wissen im Web   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Miloš Obrenović (kyrillisch Милош Обреновић; * 1783 in Srednja Dobrinja; † 1860 auch als Knjaz Miloš bekannt) war Anführer im Zweiten serbischen Aufstand gegen das Osmanische Reich 1815, und erkämpfte ein selbstständiges serbisches Fürstentum im heutigen zentralen Serbien.
Da er mit der Zeit immer mehr der absolutistischen Herrschaftsform zuneigte, wurde Miloš Obrenović 1839 zugunsten seiner Söhne abgesetzt und musste ins Exil.
Zur Erinnerung an den Monarchen ist seit 1811 eine traditionelle Mineralwassermarke "Knjaz Miloš" nach ihm benannt.
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 Milos Obrenovic - Definition, explanation
Milosh Obrenovich (Miloš Obrenović or in Cyrillic Милош Обреновић 1780 - 1860) was prince of Serbia between 1817 and 1839, and again from 1858 to 1860.
Miloš's diplomacy achieved Serbia's autonomy under the Ottomans leaving him in power though recognizing the Ottoman state.
Miloš withdrew the constitution at the demand of Russia and Turkey.
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 AllRefer.com - Obrenovic (Yugoslavian History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Obrenovic or Obrenovich[both: Obre´nuvich] Pronunciation Key, Serbian dynasty.
Its founder, Milos Obrenovic (see Milos), was the first modern Serbian ruler.
Milan's son Alexander, king of Serbia, the last ruling Obrenovic, was assassinated in 1903; on his death the Karadjordjevic dynasty again came into power.
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 The Serbian Revolution and Albanians
Milos apparently did not feel that all foreigners were a "headache," as he cultivated relations with Marashli Ali Pasha, the vizier of Belgrade who was delegated by the sultan to formulate the details of Serbia's new status in the Ottoman Empire.
Milos was just winning his first battles in diplomacy with the Turks and did not want to risk losing the concessions he had already obtained from the Porte.
Milos had no use for Albanians (he used the Turkish term Arnauti), and shared the feeling of most Serbs that they were the worst of all the "Turks." First among Milos' priorities was to get rid of all the converted Muslims, whether formerly Serbs or Albanians, as soon as possible.
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Obrenovic had Karadjordje killed in 1818, leading to a long feud between their houses but when the Russo-Ottoman war broke out in 1828, he managed to achieve formal autonomy through diplomatic means.
Milos was exiled by the council after being forced to agree to a form of constitution and Karadjordje's son, Aleksandar Karajordjevic, was recognised as king in 1842 after the council ended the short reign of Milos' own son.
Milos returned briefly in 1859, and his son Michael succeeded to the throne the year after, re-asserting the position of the monarchy.
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 AllRefer.com - Milos, prince of Serbia (Yugoslavian History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Milos or Milosh (Milos Obrenovic)[both: mi´lOsh Obre´nuvich] Pronunciation Key, 1780–1860, prince of Serbia (1817–39, 1858–60), founder of the Obrenovic dynasty and of modern Serbia.
In 1817, having probably killed his rival, Karageorge, he was named prince of Serbia, a title confirmed by the national assembly (1827) and by the sultan (1830), who remained his suzerain.
In 1838 the sultan, backed by Russia, forced the appointment of a council of senators hostile to Milos, who abdicated in favor of his son Milan in 1839.
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 Miloš Obrenović I, Prince of Serbia
Miloš Obrenović (Serbian Cyrillic: Милош Обреновић; Anglicised: Milosh Obrenovich; also known as: Miloš Teodorović) (18 March 1780 - 26 September 1860) was Prince of Serbia between 1815 and 1839, and again from 1858 to 1860.
By 1817 the Turks defeated Miloš's armies but not before he negotiated with Marashli-pasha.
Miloš withdrew the constitution at the demand of Russia and Turkey.
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 The Liberation of Serbia under Kara-George and Milos Obrenovic
The centre of the conspiracy was at Topola, in the district of [)S]umadija in central Serbia (between the Morava and the Drina rivers), the native place of Kara-George.
The fighting started at Takovo, the home of the Obrenovi['c] family, in April 1815, and after many astonishing successes against the Turks, including the capture of the towns of Rudnik, [)C]a[)c]ak, Po[)z]arevac, and Kraljevo, was all over by July of the same year.
Though Milo[)s] had been elected prince by his own people, it was long before he was recognized as such by the Porte.
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 M. Bozinovich | Columns | Serbianna.com
The oriental flavor with which Milos Obrenovic ruled Serbia is in many ways a juxtaposition to his Europeaness marked by spectacular diplomatic and economic prowess.
While the Serbian Constitution to which Milos finally agreed alarmed Europe, the alarm was not out of fear that the document may spread tyranny but that it may inspire others to pursue liberal revolutions.
Milos Obrenovic, leader of the Second Serbian Uprising against Islamic rule of the Turks.
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 The Serbian Revolution and the Serbian State
Milos was in his early twenties when the first revolt began and about 32 in 1813.
Milos used spies and secret agents to harass or kill his enemies including Karageorge, who was murdered when he came back to Serbia in 1817.
Milos pressured the sultan and the patriarch to restore Serbian church autonomy.
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 Milos Obrenovic Metternich Constitution Ottomans Ottoman Empire April Turks Patriarch of Constantinople Austria ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Milos Obrenovic Metternich Constitution Ottomans Ottoman Empire April Turks Patriarch of Constantinople Austria Cyrillic Russia
Gaj arrested the Serbian Prince Milos Obrenovic as a matter of foreign policy talks with Serbia.
Milos accused Gaj of attempting to extort money (current rumors were of an amount of around 7000...
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 Airlift - The Royal Families of Karadjordjevic and Obrenovic
The church was built by Vujic, by order of Prince Milos, in atonement for the murder of Black Djordje the previous year.
The beautiful, classical iconostasis was made, from 1851 to 1852, by a southern painter, Konstantin Dimitrije Anastasijevic I. Within the present-day church, parts of the original construction made of wood, dating from 19th century are still preserved.
The original patron was Prince Milos, while the church's reconstruction in 1904 was sponsored by the Vukomanovic family.
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 Milos Obrenovic (1780 - 1860) - Find A Grave Memorial
Milos derived the name Obrenovic from the name of his stepfather Obren (Martinovic).As a youth, Milos was a servant in the family of an affluent cattle trader.
He took part in the First Serbian Uprising together with his half-brother Milan, the duke of the Rudnik district.Milos Obrenovic was the leader of the Second Serbian Uprising and the lord of Serbia from 1815.
During his rule, he was the richest man in Serbia and one of the richest in the Balkans.Under his rule, Serbia became an autonomous dukedom within the Ottoman Empire.
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 BIA
During the reign of Prince Milos Obrenovic, the state security system was developed even further.
Apart from this, Milos Obrenovic constantly followed the activities of his enemies outside the Serbian borders, in Austrian border towns, especially Zemun.
The institution of "secret policemen" in Belgrade, and a large number of agents throughout Serbia, made Milos Obrenovic the founder of the first modern secret police in Serbia.
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 Omnipelagos.com ~ article "Second Serbian Uprising"
Despite the efforts of Karadjordje to obtain allies among Austrian Serbs, Bosniann Serbs, Russians, or Napoleon Bonaparte, the rebel Serbian state was crushed by the Ottomans in 1813.
Miloš Obrenović surrendered to the Ottoman Turks and received the title of "obor-knez" ("senior leader").
Stanoj Glavas also surrendered to the Turks and was made a supervisor of a road, but the Turks killed him after they became suspicious of him.
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 Obrenovic
Vasic suggested that a corridor be opened in the lines to let the column through to avoid casualties and relieve the threat the column posed on the security of Zvornik as well as the rear of our front lines.
Milos Stupar then told me about an incident at a warehouse in Kravica where a Muslim prisoner had killed one of his officers.
He said that a large number of prisoners had been detained at the warehouse and that one of the prisoners disarmed one of his men and shot him.
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 Serbia Info / Facts and Figures / Districts
In the mid-nineteenth century, at the time of the Serb state emancipation, Pozarevac became, along with Kragujevac, the second metropolis of Prince Milos Obrenovic.
During his lifetime, Prince Milos Obrenovic had erected monuments to his memory in Pozarevac: the church (in 1819), palace (in 1825), new market-place (in 1827) and stud-farm - Ljubicevo (in 1860).
Some of the places of cultural importance in Pozarevac are: the National Museum (the first built after the Belgrade), the Tulba Ethnic Park (a unique out-door museum) and the Gallery of Paintings of Milena Pavlovic-Barili (a distinguished surrealistic artist and poetress).
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 LANACION.com
En 1839, Obrenovic tuvo que renunciar y exiliarse, pero también su sucesor, el conde Alexander Karadjordjevic, hijo de Karadjordje, tuvo que abandonar el trono en 1858 y murió en el exilio en Viena.
Milos Obrenovic volvió a Belgrado, pero su hijo y sucesor Mihailo fue asesinado cerca de la capital serbia por seguidores de los Karadjordjevic.
Su hijo y sucesor, Alexander Obrenovic, fue asesinado en 1903 junto a su esposa, Draga, por un grupo de oficiales que los mataron a sablazos y tiraron sus cadáveres por una ventana del palacete belgradense de Konak.
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 Interview with Dr. Srdja Trifkovic:
Serbian Constitutions through History
Later on, in the early 1820s and the 1830s, with the consolidation of power of Prince Milos Obrenovic there have been several attempts to counter his strongly pronounced autocratic tendencies by some kind of constitutional arrangements that would enjoy international guaranties.
The early dispute between the proponents of the so-called Turkish Constitution of 1836 and Milos produced the “Constitution Defenders” movement of the 1840s that effectively brought to the throne of the principality of Serbia the Karadjordjevic dynasty in the person of Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic.
In that respect it was similar to the situation is in Montenegro, where it does not matter weather Milo Djukanovic is the Prime Minister, or the President, or simply the head of the Party of Democratic Socialists as he is now: it is he who has the real power at all time.
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 Milos Obrenovic - definition erklärung bedeutung glossar zu Milos Obrenovic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Miloš Obrenović (* 1783 in Srednja Dobrinja; † 1860) war Anführer im Zweiten serbischen Aufstand gegen das Osmanische Reich 1815, und erkämpfte ein selbstständiges serbisches Fürstentum im heutigen zentralen Serbien.
Auch Obren Martinović vestarb früh, und Miloš übernahm als Ältester den Haushalt.
Da er mit der Zeit immer mehr der absolutistischen Herrschaftsform zuneigte, wurde Miloš Obrenović 1839 abgesetzt und mußte ins Exil.
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 WHKMLA : History of Serbia, 1817-1848
Although Ottoman pashas continued to reside in Belgrade until 1830, Serbia was de facto autonomous, ruled by MILOS OBRENOVIC, the KNEZ.
Milos Obrenovic was a conservative nobleman owning large estates; his patriarchic rule was soon interpreted as oppressive, and in 1834 a revolt broke out against him.
Obrenovic had to accept the constitution of 1834, which proved ineffective and was replaced by the constitution of 1838, which implemented the SKUPSTINA, a popular assembly, and ended absolute rule.
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 Serbian Academy of Sciences
Milos Obrenovic ruled the country but there was great internal opposition.
In 1844 a series of laws were introduced concerning the administration and the education system in Serbia and the Society was able to recommence its work in August 1844.
Alexander was deposed in 1859 and Milos Obrenovic was brought back but he died in 1860 and was succeeded by his son Mihailo Obrenovic.
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