Karađorđević dynasty
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The House of Karađorđević Serbian pronunciation: [karadʑɔ̌ːrdʑɛʋitɕ] is a Serbian and European Dynastic Family, founded by Karađorđe Petrović, the Veliki Vožd ("Grand Leader") of Serbia in the early 1800s during the First Serbian Uprising. The Dynasty name Karađorđević is derived from the name of the founder, Đorđe "Karađorđe" Petrović (Karadjorde = "Black George" and Petrovic = "Peter's Son"), and is typically spelled "Karadjordjevic" while pronunciation is roughly anglicized as "Karageorgevitch." and was in previous times rendered also as Kara-Georgevitch.
The relatively short-lived dynasty had an ongoing blood feud[citation needed] with the Obrenović dynasty after Karađorđe's assassination in 1817, which was apparently authorized by Miloš Obrenović .[citation needed] The two Houses subsequently traded the throne for several generations.


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Casa Real de Karađorđević
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Los Karađorđević o Karageorgevich (en cirílico: Карађорђевић, en español escrito como Karadjordjevic, Karageorgevic o Karageorgevich) son una familia de aristócratas de Serbia que han dado varios príncipes y reyes al país y a Yugoslavia. Originada por Đorđe Petrović, también conocido como Karađorđe (Karageorje), esta familia fue rival de los Obrenović compitiendo por el poder en Serbia. Los Karađorđević reinaron en Serbia desde 1842 hasta 1858 y de 1903 a 1918; tras la Primera Guerra Mundial reinaron en Yugoslavia de 1918 a 1945. Los Karađorđević perdieron el poder tras la Segunda Guerra Mundial, cuando el partido comunista subió al poder en Yugoslavia en noviembre de 1945.

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Karađorđević dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The House of Karađorđević Serbian pronunciation: [karadʑɔ̌ːrdʑɛʋitɕ] is a Serbian and European Dynastic Family, founded by Karađorđe Petrović, the ...
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List of Serbian monarchs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
6.2.1 Obrenović dynasty; 6.2.2 Karađorđević dynasty; 6.2.3 Obrenović dynasty ... Serbian dynasties and their respective branches fought for the ownership of the ...
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Karadjordjevic dynasty (Serbian history) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
Karadjordjević dynasty, Serbo-Croatian Karađorđević, rulers descended from the Serbian rebel leader Karadjordje (Karageorge, or Karađorđe). It rivaled the ...
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History of the Dynasty - The Royal Family of Serbia
The Karadjordjevic dynasty is over two centuries old. In 1804, a wealthy Serbian clan chief and leader George Petrovic - known to his followers as "Karadjordje" ...
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The House of Karađorđević (Serbian: Карађорђевићи, Karađorđevići; ... also Karadjordjevic or simply Djordjevic) is a Serbian dynasty, descended from ...
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King Peter II Karadjordjevic and Queen Maria Karadjordjevic Petition
12 Jan 2009 ... King Peter II Karadjordjevic and Queen Maria Karadjordjevic ... The King's remains will be transferred to the Karadjordjevic dynasty Mausoleum ...
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topola, cradle of karadjordjevic dynasty - international radio serbia
CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL MONUMENTS CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL HERITAGE TOPOLA, CRADLE OF KARADJORDJEVIC DYNASTY.
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Karadjordjevic Dynasty - ACINA SRPSKA STRANA
3 Nov 2013 ... He wanted to put the state in order and he brought important and used laws. Law courts were put in order, roads were built, telegraph poles ...
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Karađorđević dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The House of Karađorđević Serbian pronunciation: [karadʑɔ̌ːrdʑɛʋitɕ] is a Serbian and European Dynastic Family, founded by Karađorđe Petrović, the ...
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6.2.1 Obrenović dynasty; 6.2.2 Karađorđević dynasty; 6.2.3 Obrenović dynasty. 6.3 Kingdom of Serbia ... The Vlastimirović dynasty was the first royal dynasty of Serbia. Emperor ..... Twelfth Century. Michigan: The University of Michigan Press.
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Information about Karadjordjevic dynasty in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop ... Karadjordjevic dynasty ... Karachi University Business School
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Karadjordjević dynasty, Serbo-Croatian Karađorđević, rulers descended from the Serbian rebel leader Karadjordje (Karageorge, or Karađorđe). It rivaled the ...
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The House of Karađorđević (Serbian: Карађорђевићи, Karađorđevići; anglicized : ... The family had a long blood feud with the Obrenović dynasty. The dynasty ...
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Djordje Petrovic, known as Karadjordje - The Royal Family of Serbia
The founder of the Karadjordjevic dynasty Djordje (George) Petrovic, called ... were established, as well as the "Great School" (the future University) of Belgrade .
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The crypt contains the relics of members of the Karadjordjevic dynasty. ... Panoramic tour of Novi Sad /University campus, where almost all the faculties and ...
King Peter II Karadjordjevic and Queen Maria Karadjordjevic Petition
12 Jan 2009 ... King Peter II completed his education at Cambridge University and ... The King's remains will be transferred to the Karadjordjevic dynasty ...
Libros sobre el término Karađorđević dynasty
The Three Yugoslavias: State-building and Legitimation, ...
The Three Yugoslavias: State-building and Legitimation, ...
Sabrina P. Ramet, 2006
In the case of royal Yugoslavia, there was, to be sure, a royal dynasty in place, operating according to the rule of primo geniture. But the Karadjordjevic dynasty was specifically a Serbian dynasty, and for many non-Serbs (perhaps especially  ...
The History of Serbia
The History of Serbia
John K. Cox, 2002
He was loyal to the Karadjordjevic dynasty and served as a member of the government- in-exile during World War II. karadjordje (d. 1817) led the uprising of 1804 that turned into the Serbian war of independence. A fiery and talented military ...
Serbia Under Milošević: Politics in the 1990s
Serbia Under Milošević: Politics in the 1990s
Robert Thomas, 1999
... 119, 376 Kapor, Momo, 172 Kampelman, Max, 306 Nedeljni tekgraf, 410 Negrqjevic, Miroslav, 266 Nemanjic dynasty, 12, ... 113, 139, 297 Karadjordjevic dynasty, 53, 57, 61, 139, 200, 265 Karadjordjevic, King Petar I, 17, 83 Karadjordjevic, ...
Europe from the Balkans to the Urals: The Disintegration of ...
Europe from the Balkans to the Urals: The Disintegration of ...
Reneo Lukic, 1996
when their national kindred in the north were acquiring habits considered advantageous in the operation of modern society.31 Once the Karadjordjevic dynasty imposed the Saint Vitus Constitution on the rest of the kingdom, Serbian leaders ...
Balkan Anschluss: The Annexation of Montenegro and the ...
Balkan Anschluss: The Annexation of Montenegro and the ...
Srdja Pavlovic, 2008
... between Cetinje and Belgrade: namely, the struggle for power between these dynasties and the tendency of the Serbian dynasties (especially the Karadjordjevic dynasty) to dominate the region and project Serbia as the South Slavic version ...
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