Serbian Legal Academics: Slobodan Jovanovi , Milovan Milovanovi , Mihailo uri , Sima Avramovi , Alexander Soloviev, Boris Krivokapi Books LLC

ISBN: 9781156249604

Published: May 31st 2010

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36 pages


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Serbian Legal Academics: Slobodan Jovanovi , Milovan Milovanovi , Mihailo uri , Sima Avramovi , Alexander Soloviev, Boris Krivokapi  by  Books LLC

Serbian Legal Academics: Slobodan Jovanovi , Milovan Milovanovi , Mihailo uri , Sima Avramovi , Alexander Soloviev, Boris Krivokapi by Books LLC
May 31st 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 36 pages | ISBN: 9781156249604 | 3.37 Mb

Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Slobodan Jovanovi, Milovan Milovanovi, Mihailo uri, Sima Avramovi, Alexander Soloviev, BorisMorePurchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Slobodan Jovanovi, Milovan Milovanovi, Mihailo uri, Sima Avramovi, Alexander Soloviev, Boris Krivokapi, Kosta avo ki, Obrad Stanojevi, Radomir Luki .

Source: Wikipedia. Free updates online. Not illustrated. Excerpt: Slobodan Jovanovi (Serbian Cyrillic: ) (December 3, 1869, Novi Sad, Austria-Hungary (now Serbia) - December 12, 1958, London, United Kingdom) was one of Serbias most prolific jurists, historians, sociologists and journalists. He distinguished himself with a characteristically clear and sharp writing style later called the Belgrade style.

Liberal in his social and political views, he was perhaps Yugoslavias greatest authority on constitutional law- also a master of Serbian prose style, he was for nearly half a century a leader of the Serbian intelligentsia. He graduated law in Geneva in 1890. In 1905, he became of professor of the University of Belgrades Law School. He kept this position until 1941. He had some influence on political life in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia due to his well established authority in the field of law and history, but he entered directly political life only in 1939 when the Serbian Cultural Club was established, and he was appointed as Clubs president.

He was a pro-Western politician and when a pro-Western military coup took place in Belgrade on March 27, 1941, a pro-Western, essentially pro-British government was installed headed by General Duan Simovi. Jovanovic was deputy Prime Minister in that government.

The Third Reich attacked the Kingdoms of Yugoslavia and Greece on April 6, and soon defeated Yugoslav and Greek forces. Jovanovic moved in mid April together with King Peter II and other cabinet ministers to Jerusalem and he reached London in July. He became prime minister of the Yugoslav government in exile during World War II...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=2241898



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