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No·vi Sad

 (nō′vē säd′)
A city of northern Serbia on the Danube River northwest of Belgrade. It received a charter in 1748 and was the center of a Serbian literary revival in the 1700s and early 1800s.
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Novi Sad

(Serbian ˈnɔviː ˈsaːd)
n
(Placename) a port in Serbia, in the NE on the River Danube: founded in 1690 as the seat of the Serbian patriarch; university (1960). Pop: 234 151 (2002). German name: Neusatz
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No•vi Sad

(ˈnɔ vi ˈsɑd)
n.
the capital of Vojvodina, in N Yugoslavia, on the Danube. 257,685.
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Újvidék
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In the summer of 1941, after the championship reorganization, the Athletic Club Oradea, together with the Athletic Club Cluj, Lampant Football Club, Szegedi Vasutas Sportive Association, MAVAG Budapest and the Athletic Club Ujvidek, was promoted in the first division of Hungary's championship (3).
Novi Sad (Ujvidek) was a peripheral city of Hungary but a center of Serbian cultural and political life.
As for their murder, the Hungarian Jewish community had already been shaken to the core by both the mass killing of the 20,000 "foreign Jews" in Ukraine, in the summer of 1941, and the murder of the Jewish community--altogether 1,000 Jews--in Novi Sad (Ujvidek), Yugoslavia, in the winter of 1942.