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The best thing to happen in Serbian theatre life since Prince Mihailo Obrenovic built Belgrade's National Theatre in 1868 was Mrs Zepter's gift to her country .
His topics include K[sz]llay goes to Belgrade, the Obrenovic assassination, the Karadordevic prosecution 1868-70, the Bosnian question 1868-70, managing the South Slavs, the effect of the Franco-Prussian War, the Bosnian question revisited 1870-71, the Karadordevic fiasco 1870-71, Serbia's swing toward Russia 1870-71, a problematical relationship 1871-78, and the imposition of satellite status 1878-81.
In 1900 King Alexandar Obrenovic of Serbia invited the contempt and hatred of his countrymen, and especially of the political and military elite, by marrying a woman with whom every man of worthy manliness had slept.
DOHA THE exhibition of former Doha resident Edward Obrenovic Fraser aka Edgy held on Qatar's famous sand dunes was recently recognised by Ripley's 'Believe It or Not
Upon the assassination of Prince Michael Obrenovic in 1868, for instance, Hungarian influence helped win recognition of the Obrenovic dynasty in the person of Michael's underage nephew Milan, as hereditary prince, in the face of Ottoman reluctance to concede this.
Tieger & Shin, supra note 347, at 673; see Combs, supra note 347, at 937 (referencing the Nikolic and Obrenovic confessions about their roles in the massacre).
ETH]centshe controversial monument of Serbian Knyaz (Prince) Mihailo Obrenovic in the Bulgarian capital Sofia has been "decorated" by unknown persons with the colors of the Bulgarian national flag.
97) Prosecutors withdrew genocide charges in the Plavsic Nikolic, and Obrenovic cases although "all three defendants admitted to the same conduct that formed the basis of the withdrawn charges.
5) Natasa Miskovic, "Bauerntoehter und Prinzessin: Das Tagebuch der Ana Obrenovic, Belgrad 1837," in Les femmes dans la societe europeenne/Die Frauen in der europaischen Gesellschaft, ed.
La autonomia politica fue reconocida en 1830 cuando, en nombre del sultan, se otorgo el firman a Milos Obrenovic.
Movements for Serbian independence began with uprisings led by Karadjordje Petrovic (1804-13) and Milos Obrenovic (1815-17), founders of two rival dynasties that would rule Serbia until World War I.
The study, which was led by sister Wendy Barnett, from the Outpatient Department, Karen Obrenovic, from the Clinical Audit Department, and Dr Rainer Klocke, the clinical lead for