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  The Serbian Revolution and the Serbian State
Serbian society was rural and existed in the countryside.
The second pillar of the Serbian community was the Serbian Orthodox Church.
The second cause of the Serbian failure was internal dissension.
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  First Serbian Uprising - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
First Serbian Uprising was an uprising at the beginning of the 19th century in which Serbs living in Belgrade Pashaluk in the Ottoman Empire, led by Karadjordje, managed to liberate the Pashaluk for a significant time, which eventually led to the creation of modern Serbia.
The first major battle of the uprising was the Battle of Ivankovac in 1805, where Karadjordje defeated the Turkish army and forced it to retreat toward Niš.
The second major battle of the uprising was Battle of Misar in 1806.
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 serbs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
While the Serbian identity is to some extent linguistic, apart from the Cyrillic alphabet which they use along with Latin alphabet, the language is very similar to Croatian (see Differences in official languages in Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia) and many linguists consider it a dialect of a common Serbo-Croatian language.
The Serbian identity is based on Orthodox Christianity and on the Serbian Orthodox Church, to the extent that some Serb nationalists claim that those who are not its faithful are not Serbs.
Serbian folk attire varies, mostly because of the very diverse geography and climate of the territory inhabited by the Serbs.
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 First Serbian Uprising -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
That same afternoon, a Turkish (Imperial dynasty that ruled China (most of the time) from 206 BC to 221 and expanded its boundaries and developed its bureaucracy) han in Orasac was burned, and its residents fled or were killed.
When he was informed about the uprising, the Turkish (The ruler of a Muslim country (especially of the former Ottoman Empire)) Sultan started to negotiate with the rebels.
The first major battle of the uprising was the Battle of Ivankovac in 1805, where Karadjordje defeated the Turkish army and forced it to retreat toward (A hard malleable ductile silvery metallic element that is resistant to corrosion; used in alloys; occurs in pentlandite and smaltite and garnierite and millerite) Nis.
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The city with the largest Serb population is Belgrade; city with the second largest Serb population is Novi Sad, the third Banjaluka.
Serbian folk attire varies, mostly because of very diverse geography and climate of the teritorry that they inhabit.
During the war, the Serbian army fought fiercely, eventually retreated through Albania to regroup in Greece and launched a counter-offensive.
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 Principality of Serbia (1830-1882)
After the breakdown of the First Serbian Uprising in 1813, the Ottoman repression during the restoration of earlier regime provoked constant resistance.
The decision to start a new uprising was made in Takovo, a village in present-day Gornji Milanovac municipality, on 25 April 1815.
The elected leader was Miloš Obrenović, one of those leaders of the First Serbian Uprising who had stayed in the country after its breakdown and had tried at first to relieve the situation through collaboration with the restored Ottoman provincial government, but were eventually alienated by the worsening repression.
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 islamicconflictin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Kosovo battle was fought on June 28, 1389 at Kosovo Polje, Serbia, between the armies of the Serbian Prince, Lazar and the Turkish forces of the Ottoman Sultan Murad I (reigned 1360-89).
Serbian resistance to Ottoman domination, latent for many decades, finally surfaced at the beginning of 19th century with the First and Second Serbian Uprising in 1804 and 1815.
Kosovo was the center of the Serbian Kingdom in the middle ages, full of old Serbian Eastern Orthodox churches and other reminders of a fully developed medieval Serbian culture that have survived five centuries of harsh Ottoman rule until liberated in 1912.
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 Vojska Jugoslavije   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Freedom-loving spirit permeates the whole history of Serbian people in their incessant struggle for physical survival and preservation of their own national identity and independence on the restless Balkan territory, leaving many centuries of struggle against the Turkish rule as most prominent trace in history.
The First Serbian Uprising was marked as one big national revolution in which the Serbian people crushed the Turkish invasion and organised a national state.
Following the uprising, the Turks made an interim government and sustained itself virtually until the outbreak of the new uprising in 1815.
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 Middle East Open Encyclopedia: Serbia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The Kingdom of Serbia was established in the 11th century, and in the 14th century it eventually became the Serbian Empire.
The Serbian states of Serbian Despotovina and Bosnia managed to survive for another seventy years until they too were annexed to the Ottoman Empire, whose rule would last for the next four centuries despite three Austrian occupations and numerous rebellions.
The First Serbian Uprising of 1804-1813 and the Second Serbian Uprising of 1815 resulted in the establishment of the Serbian Principality, which was semi-independent from Turkey, and the formation of modern Serbia.
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 ipedia.com: First Serbian Uprising Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
First Serbian Uprising was an uprising at the beginning of the 19th century in which Serbs living in Belgrade Pashaluk in the Ottoman Empire, led by Karadjordje, managed to liberate the Pashaluk for a...
First Serbian Uprising was an uprising at the beginning of the 19th century in which Serbs living in Belgrade Pashaluk in the Ottoman Empire, led by Karadjordje, managed to liberate the Pashaluk for a significant time, which eventualy led to the creation of modern Serbia.
Djordje Petrovic (Karadjordje) was elected as the leader of the uprising.
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 [Projekat Rastko] Aleksandar Petrovic: The Role of Banditry in the Creation of National States in the Central Balkans ...
As soon as the Second Serbian Uprising drew to a close with a Serbo-Ottoman compromise establishing an autonomous Serbian principality, the bandits became superfluous.
Nonetheless, consideration of the impact of banditry is an integral part of the military history of the Serbian Uprisings, and the significance of bandit involvement in the process of creating Serbia as a state comprises an important element in the political and social history of the country.
The First Serbian Uprising was significant in the creation of Serbia as a modern state, being one the most important steps on the road to independence which was achieved at the Congress of Berlin in 1878.
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 Bulgarian History and Culture
In the second half of the 7th century, the Proto-Bulgarians - an ethnic community of Turkic origin - settled on the territory of the present-day Northeastern Bulgaria.
In 1186, the uprising led by two boyars, the brothers Assen and Peter, overthrew the domination of the Byzantine Empire.
The uprising was brutally crushed and drowned in blood, but it drew the attention of the European countries to the Bulgarian national issues.
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 The Balkans
One outlaw, the Serbian monastic priest, Hadûi-Ruvim, escaped Focic's squadron of executioners and sought refuge with the Greek bishop of Belgrade, Leontius.
Family ties were at the heart of Serbian society and the peasantry would be loath to break up a zadruga even when it became crowded, preferring to expand their dwellings so that it was `not unusual for one house to form an entire street'.
The Church is often erroneously assumed to have been the sole bearer of Serbian identity during the three and a half centuries of Ottoman rule that separated the collapse of the medieval Serbian empire and the First Serbian Uprising of 1804.
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 Second Serbian Uprising - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Second Serbian Uprising took place in Takovo on April 23, 2 years after the First Serbian Uprising had been crushed by the Ottomans.
First Serbian Uprising managed to liberate the country for a significant time from Turkey (1804-1813); for the first time in 3 centuries Serbs have governed themselves without supremacy of neither Ottoman Empire nor Habsburg Austria- (see Battle of Kosovo, Srpska Despotovina, Serbian Empire).
Despite connections that Karadjordje or Black George has made with Austrian Serbs, Bosnian Serbs, Russians and even Napoleon, Serbian state was reconquered.
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 M. Bozinovich | Columns | Serbianna.com
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.
The second usage of freedom is on the point of freedom of religion because it is valuable in achieving the unification of all Southern Slavs, and not because it’s good in of itself.
The small matter in the contemporary Serbian history is that the sophisticates that defined nationalism in the 1990s have forgotten why these illiterate Serbian merchants risked their life and property.
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 Serbia Info / History of Serbia:Modern Serbia (1804 - 1918)
Serbian resistance to Ottoman domination, latent for many decades surfaced at the beginning of 19th century with the First and Second Serbian Uprising in 1804 and 1815.
Resulting from the uprisings and subsequent wars against the Ottoman Empire, the independent Principality of Serbia was formed and granted international recognition in 1878.
In the second half of 19th century Serbia was integrated into the constellation of European states and the first political parties were founded thus giving new momentum to political life.
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 Sabac   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
It was part of the Slavic Serbian state until it fell to the Ottoman Empire.
In 1806, Karađorđe Petrović led the Serbian insurgents into one of the first victories over the Turkish army near the village of Mišar near the city of Šabac.
The WWI is also remembered for the battle on the nearby Cer mountain where the Serbian army under general Stepa Stepanović won an early victory against Austria-Hungary in August 1914, the first Allied victory in the war.
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 The Archbishopric of Ohrid and The Macedonian Orthodox Church
The success of the komitopulis' uprising and the wresting of Macedonia away from Byzantine rule (the Bulgarian Empire had fallen in the meantime) demanded that ecclesiastical authority be independent of Byzantine authority and lie close to the secular authority of Samuil, both geographically and ideologically.
This was also the case under the rule of the Serbian sovereign, Stefan Dushan: in addition to his church at Pec, he treated the Archbishopric of Ohrid with equal respect.
After the proclamation of the Serbian Patriarchate in 1346 and its expulsion from the ecumenical body, the Patriarchate in Constantinople, the archbishops of Ohrid were engaged in a process of reconciliation for the return of Serbia into the orthodox community.
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 Serbia
Resulting from the uprisings and subsequent wars against the Ottoman Empire, the independent Principality of Serbia was formed and granted international recognition on Berlin conference in 1878 (together with Montenegro).
The assassination of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian crown by a Serbian nationalist in 1914 led to an Austro-Hungarian declaration of war on Serbia, which escalated into World War I. During WW1 Serbian territory was occupied by Austro-Hungarian forces (from 1914 till 1918).
The disintegration of Yugoslavia was caused by the rise to power of Slobodan Milosevic as president of the Serbian Republic and his embrace of an extreme Serb nationalist agenda.
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The First Serbian Uprising that broke out on 14 February 1804 was not like other frequent people’s revolts during the New age that used to break out throughout Europe, and which the Ottoman Empire was known for in the centuries of its decline.
The First Serbian Uprising began after the so called “hacking of the headmen”, a great punitive expedition during which the Belgrade dahis executed about seventy village leaders of the Belgrade pashalik.
Although the First Serbian Uprising was suppressed, Serbian self-rule was soon restored, and after the Second Serbian Uprising of 1815, semi-autonomy was established.
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 Serbia - Biocrawler definition:Serbia - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Stefanović Karadžić is regarded as the permier Serbian philologist, who to gether with Daničić played a major role in reforming the modern Serbian language, though in recent times his work has been widely criticized for destroying the ethos of the Serbian language.
The next generation of Serbian rulers - the sons of Stefan Prvovencani - Radoslav, Vladislav and Uros I, marked a period of stagnation of the state structure.
At the same time as the Serbian population declined, the Albanian population grew exponentially, from about 300,000– 400,000 in the 1930s, to an estimated 1.8–2 million in 2000, due to a combination of factors, mainly massive illegal immigration from Albania and a high birth rate when compared to the Serbian population.
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 Yugoslavia The Serbs and Serbia, Vojvodina, and Montenegro - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural ...
The Turks split Serbia among several provinces, conscripted Serbian boys into their elite forces, exterminated Serbian nobles, and deprived the Serbs of contact with the West as the Renaissance was beginning.
In 1459 the sultan subordinated the Serbian Church to the Greek patriarch, but the Serbs hated Greek dominance of their church, and in 1557 Grand Vizier Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic, a Serb who had been inducted into the Turkish army as a boy, persuaded the sultan to restore autonomy to the Serbian Church.
A widespread uprising in the Ottoman Empire prompted an unsuccessful attack by Serbia and Montenegro in 1876, and a year later those countries allied with Russia, Romania, and Bulgarian rebels to defeat the Turks.
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Karadjordje or Карађорђе; (November 3, 1768 - July 13, 1817) was the leader of the First Serbian uprising against the Turks, and the founder of the House of Karađorđević.
In 1787, after he killed a Turk, he fled to Austria, joined Serbian volunteers there and distinguished himself in a failed attempt to capture the Kalemegdan fortress in Belgrade.
He led Serbs into a fight for freedom in which their state was restored and a hinge is created around which all parts of Serb people could gather.
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Serbian people were an important part of the Byzantine civilization inheriting from Byzantium Christianity, art, culture and frescos.
Serbian frescos are the medieval paintings on the walls of Serbian Monasteries and Churches from the twelfth and fourteenth centuries.
The Serbian Monasteries and Churches with frescos - paintings on their walls are located mostly in South Serbia and in the Province of Kosovo where the medieval Serbian State was located and flourished.
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 YouTube - Serbian Warriors II
The First Serbian Uprising was a Serbian national revolution which lasted one decade (1804-1813), during which Serbia perceived itself as an independent state for the first time after 300 years of Ottoman and short-lasting Austrian occupations.
Even though it was brutally crushed by the Ottomans in 1813, this revolution sparked the Second Serbian Uprising in 1815, which resulted with the creation of modern Serbia, as it gained semi-independence from Ottoman Empire in 1817 (formally in 1829).
The second major battle of the uprising was Battle of Misar in 1806, in which the rebels defeated an Ottoman army from Bosnia led by Kulin Captain.
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 Serbs - Biocrawler definition:Serbs - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The mother of the last (Eastern) Roman Emperor Constantine XI Paleologos Dragases was Serbian princess Helene Dragas, and he liked to be known by her Serbian surname of Dragas.
While the Serbian identity is to some extent linguistic, apart from the Cyrillic alphabet which they use along with Latin alphabet, the language is very similar to the standard Croatian (see Differences in official languages in Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia) and many linguists consider it part of a common Serbo-Croatian language.
Though they were eventually victorious, the war devastated Serbia and killed a huge proportion of its population – by some estimates, over the half of the male Serbian population died in the conflict, influencing the region's demographics to this day.
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