Aleksa Dundić Aleksa Dundić (1890s - July 8, 1920) was a Serbian communist, a prominent participant in Russia's October Revolution.
Bardhyl Ajeti Bardhyl Ajeti was a reporter for the Albanian-language daily Bota Sot, published in Priština.
Black Mike Winage Michael "Black Mike" Winage (14 March 1870 – 15 March 1977) was a Serbian-Canadian miner, pioneer and adventurer who settled in the Yukon towards the end of the Klondike Gold Rush and who lived...
Bokelji The Bay of Kotor (Montenegrin, Serbian, Croatian: Boka Kotorska, Cyrillic script: Бока Которска) in south-western Montenegro is a winding bay on the Adriatic Sea.
Genetic studies on Serbs The Serbs are distinct ethnic group, with genetic studies showing especially close relations to neighbouring peoples of the Balkans, regardless of linguistic group.
Greens (Montenegrin separatists) The Greens were a group of Montenegrin separatists, most notable for instigating Christmas Uprising of 1919 and later for supporting the existence of the Axis client state Kingdom of Monteneg...
Jovan Borović Jovan Borović (born August 18, 1965) is a retired Serbian FIFA assistant referee.
Konstantin Vojnović Konstantin "Kosta" Vojnović was a politician, university professor and rector in the Kingdom of Dalmatia and Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia of the Habsburg Monarchy.
Kosta Hristić Kosta Hristić (Belgrade, 10 April 1852 - Belgrade, March 5, 1927) was a Serbian lawyer, diplomat, and Minister of Justice.
Ljubisav Đokić Ljubisav Đokić (; nicknamed "Džo" ("Џо"), the Serbian phonetical translation of Joe; born November 27, 1943) is a bulldozer operator who became the main symbol of the October 5th Overthrow o...
Marco Huck Marco Huck (born Muamer Hukić, 11 November 1984) is a German professional boxer of Bosniak ancestry born in Sjenica, Serbia.
Marko Vojnović Count Marko Vojnović (Марк Иванович Войнович; Marko Vojnović) (1750–1807) was an Admiral of the Russian Imperial Navy, one of the founders of the Black Sea Fleet.
Miliduch Miliduch was a knyaz of the Lusatian Serbs.
Mirka Vasiljević Mirka Vasiljević is a Serbian actress and occasional model and television presenter.
Nataša Pavlović Natasa Pavlovic is Serbian-American beauty queen and actress.
Nikola Pašić Nikola P. Pašić (at the time also transcribed as Pashitch or Pachitch; 18 December 1845 – 10 December 1926) was a Serbian and Yugoslav politician and diplomat who was the most import...
Nišić Nišić, eng. Nisic is a mostly Serbian, Croatian and Bosniak family and surname.
Olivera Vučo Olivera Vučo, née Vukotić,, also known as Olivera Katarina and Olivera Petrović is a Serbian actress and singer.
Petar Mrkonjić Petar Mrkonjić (circa 17th century) was a Croat hajduk from the Imotski region.
Raci Rascians was a name used to designate Serbs, or sometimes, in a wider perspective, all South Slavs, in the Middle Ages and the early modern times.
Radmilo Armenulić Radmilo Armenulić (Belgrade, 1940), is a former Serbian and Yugoslav tennis player and tennis coach.
Rascians Serbs (Срби, Srbi, ) are a South Slavic ethnic group of the Balkans and southern Central Europe.
Sandra Nacuk Sandra Nacuk (born 17 August 1989, in Novi Sad) is a former professional tennis player who played for Serbia and Montenegro.
Sava Savanović Sava Savanović is one of the most famous vampires in Serbian folklore.
Serbians (term) Serbians is a word of English language which could have multiple related meanings.
Serbs The Serbs (Срби / Srbi,) are a Serbian nation and South Slavic ethnic group living mainly in the Western Balkans.
Serbs in Dubrovnik The Serbs of Dubrovnik made up 4.01% of the town's population according to the 2001 Croatian population census.
Serbs of Kosovo Kosovo Serbs are the Serbs living in Kosovo, where they are the second largest ethnic group. During the 12-13th century, Kosovo was the cultural, diplomatic and religious core of the Serbian Kingdom.
Serbs of Zagreb The Serbs of Zagreb are traditional minority group lives in the Croatian capital Zagreb.
Shkije Shkije, Shkje and Shqeh, is a derogatory term used in the Albanian language to refer to Serbs, and to a lesser extent Macedonians and Montenegrins.
Shopi Shopi, (Bulgarian, Macedonian, singular шоп, shop), Serbian Latin: Šopi, is a regional term, used by a group of people in the Balkans, self-identifying as Bulgarians, Macedonians and ...
Užičans Užičans (Ужичани, Užičani) generally refers to the locals of the western Serbian city of Užice, its local discrict and the surrounding area.
Zaviša Milosavljević Zaviša Milosavljević (born 14 July 1961)is a Serbian football manager who currently manages the Pakistan national team, a job he took up in November 2011.
Zelenaši The Zelenaši (Cyrillic: Зеленаши, meaning Тhe Greens) were a group of Montenegrin dissidents, most notable for instigating the 1919 Christmas rebellion and later for supporting the existen...
Zoran "Zoki" Vujović Zoran “Zoki” Vujović (Serbian Cyrillic: Зоран Вујовић - Зоки), born on January 27, 1988 in Skopje (now the Republic of Macedonia), was a protester who was killed during the "Kosovo je Srbi...
Đorđe Mihailović Đorđe Mihailović (Thesalloniki, 1928) is a keeper of Serbian Military Cemetery at Zeitenlik, in Thesalloniki.
Đurđe Ninković Djurdje Ninković, (born 1942) is a lawyer and political activist who was a founding member of the Democratic Party (DS) in Serbia who joined the Founding Committee of the Democratic Party in Dec...
Živojin Tamburić Živojin "Žika" Tamburić (Serbian Cyrillic: Живојин Тамбурић, Kruševac, 1957, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian comics critic, historian, editor and publisher, most notable for his work on first critical ...