MARKOVICH (Marković), Miroslav

MARKOVICH (Marković), Miroslav. Belgrad 18.3.1919 — Urbana, Ill. 14.6.2001. Yugoslavian (Serbian?) Classical Scholar in America. Studies at Belgrad, graduated 1941. Participated in war as partisan under Tito, then 1946-54 Lecturer in Classical Philology at Belgrad. In 1953 went to India and worked at Visva-Bharati, in 1954 emigrated to Venezuela. In…

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MINDEROVIĆ, Čedomir

MINDEROVIĆ, Čedomir. Belgrad 31.10.1912 — New Delhi 16.1.1965. Yugoslavian (Serbian) Author interested in India. Lost early his parents. After difficult childhood he started literary work and political activity in the age of 17 and was often persecuted for them but he was a convinced Marxist. In 1941 he was among…

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MIHANOVIĆ, Antun

MIHANOVIĆ Petropoljski, Antun. Klanjec 10.6.1796 — Novi Dvori 14.11.1861. Austrian (Croatian) Nationalist Author. Born in a noble family. Studied law at Vienna until 1817 and worked then as military judge. Entered soon the foreign department and served in Austrian consulates in Belgrad, Thessaloniki, Smyrna, Constantinople and Bucharest, retired 1858 and…

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JEVTIĆ, Pavle

JEVTIĆ, Pavle. 1??? — 193?/4?. Yugoslavian (Serbian) Indologist. Studies at S.O.A.S. in London, Ph.D. 1927 there. Mainly interested in philosophy. Worked in Beograd, premature death ended early his activity. Publications: Diss. publ. as Karma and reincarnation in Hindu religion and philosophy. 4+112 p. L. 1927, also in Serbian translation, Karma…

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ATANACKOVIĆ, Platon

ATANACKOVIĆ, Platon. Sombor in Vojvodina 10.7.1788 — Novi Sad 21.4.1867. Serbian Orthodox Bishop interested in Linguistics. Born in the then Austro-Hungarian Northern Serbia, became the bishop of Bačka and promoted education in his home country. With the help of the German translation of —> Eichhoff’s works he made a comparison…

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