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The Gypsy Baron (1935 film)

The Gypsy Baron is a 1935 German operetta film directed by Karl Hartl and starring Anton Walbrook, Hansi Knoteck and Fritz Kampers. It is an adaptation of the 1885 operetta The Gypsy Baron. The films sets were designed by Werner Schlichting. It w ...

The Gypsy Chief

The Gypsy Chief is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Carl Wilhelm and starring Paul Heidemann, Margarete Schlegel and Fritz Schulz. It is an adaptation of the 1912 operetta Der Zigeunerprimas composed by Emmerich Kalman with a libretto ...

Gypsy Wildcat

Gypsy Wildcat is a 1944 Technicolor adventure film directed by Roy William Neil starring Maria Montez, Jon Hall and Peter Coe. It was co-written by James M. Cain.

Gypsy Woman (film)

Gypsy Woman is a 2001 film written by Steven Knight, filmed on location in London and The Isle of Man. It is a romantic comedy, set against the backdrop of the Black Mountains, Wales.

Rascals (1938 film)

Rascals is a 1938 American comedy film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and written by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. The film stars Jane Withers, Rochelle Hudson, Robert Wilcox, Borrah Minevitch, Steffi Duna and Katharine Alexander. The film was ...

Singoalla (film)

Singoalla is a 1949 Swedish-French film directed by Christian-Jaque, starring Viveca Lindfors and Alf Kjellin. It is based on the romantic novel The Wind Is My Lover by Viktor Rydberg, which in turn is based on a medieval legend of the love betwe ...

Wings of the Morning (1937 film)

Wings of the Morning is a 1937 British drama film directed by Harold D. Schuster and starring Annabella, Henry Fonda, and Leslie Banks. Glenn Tryon was the original director but he was fired and replaced by Schuster. It was the first ever three-s ...

Yesenia (film)

Yesenia is a 1971 Mexican film directed by Alfredo B. Crevenna, based on an original story by Yolanda Vargas Dulche. The film stars Jacqueline Andere as the titular character, along with Jorge Lavat. Yesenia was a blockbuster in the Soviet Union, ...

Oyake Akahachi

It is said that Akahachi was born on Hateruma Island, and that he was large and physically strong even as a child. He moved to Ishigaki Island as a young adult, and became the chief of Ōhama Village today part of Ishigaki City soon afterward. His ...

Ōzato Dynasty

The Ōzato Dynasty was the ruling family of the principality of Nanzan. Ōzato Ofusato established it in 1314 in Itoman. He died during a visit to Korea around 1398. Upon his death, his brother Yafuso seized power, but nothing besides is known abou ...

Ueekata

Ueekata, in the Okinawan language, was the highest rank in the yukatchu aristocracy of the former Ryukyu Kingdom, though it was still below the aji nobility. Members of the Council of Three, a very high-ranking governmental body, were chosen from ...

Khadidja Hamdi

Khadidja Hamdi is a Sahrawi politician and activist. She is one of two women ministers in the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic Government and holds the post Minister for Culture.

Scandinavian diaspora

Scandinavian explorations, conquests, emigrations, and pioneering settlements during the Viking expansion Scrutinising the Viking Age through the lens of settlement offers a distinct perspective, highlighting their cultural profile distinct from ...

Kristoff (Frozen)

Kristoff Bjorgman is a fictional character in Walt Disney Animation Studios Frozen franchise. He appeared in the animated features Frozen and Frozen II, and the animated short films Frozen Fever and Olafs Frozen Adventure. He is voiced primarily ...

Zorsines

Zorsines was a 1st-century King of the Siraces mentioned in Tacitus Annals of the Roman Empire around 50 AD, a people he reports as residing somewhere between the Caucasus mountains and the Don river. He had a fortification at Uspe. He fought in ...

Ariantas

Ariantas was a king of the Scythians, who, in order to learn the population of his people, commanded every Scythian to bring him one arrow-head. With these arrow-heads he made an enormous brazen or copper vessel, which was set up in a place calle ...

Ariapeithes

Ariapeithes was a king of the Scythians in the early 5th century BCE, and the father of Scyles. Ariapeithes had three wives, each of whom bore him one son: an unnamed Greek woman from Istria Scyless mother, an unnamed Thracian woman who was the d ...

Charaspes

Charaspes was a Scythian king ruling in the Black Sea region. He was initially thought to be the King of Sophene c. 230 BC, attested only by a single coin currently kept in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris. However, there is controversy whethe ...

Hekataios

Hekataios or Hecataeus was the king of the Sindians throughout the reign of both Satyros I and Leukon I, rulers of the Bosporan Kingdom. He was married to a daughter of Satyros, and to Tirgatao, a powerful Maeotian princess from the tribe of the ...

Idanthyrsus

Idanthyrsus is the name of two Scythian kings: 1. The first one led Scythians, under whom, according to Strabo, they overran Asia, and advanced as far as Egypt. This was perhaps the incursion mentioned by Herodotus, who tells us that they held As ...

Oktamasades

Oktamasades was a brief ruler of the Sindike Kingdom and a son of Hekataios and Tirgatao. He usurped the throne from his father some time in 383 BC after his failed war against Oktamasadess mother, Tirgatao.

Rhemaxos

Rhemaxos was an ancient king who ruled to the north of Danube around 200 BC and who was the protector of the Greek colonies in Dobruja, receiving a tribute from them in exchange of protection against outside attacks. It appears that the links wit ...

Scyles

Scyles, Skyles, or Scylas, was a Scythian king who lived around 500 BC. He is mentioned in the histories of Herodotus as having been an admirer of Greek culture and traditions, which led to his falling out of favor with his people and being execu ...

Skilurus

Skilurus or Scylurus was the best known king of Scythia in the 2nd century BC. He was the son of a king and the father of a king, but the relation of his dynasty to the previous one is disputed. His realm included the lower reaches of the Borysth ...

Skunkha

In 519 BC, Darius I of Achaemenids attacked the Saka tribe and captured their king. His capture is depicted in the relief sculpture of Behistun Inscription, last in a row of defeated "lying kings". After his defeat, Darius replaced him with the c ...

Gornje Nerodimlje

Gornje Nerodimlje is a village in the Ferizaj municipality, in southeastern Kosovo. The village was first mentioned in the Gracanica charters of Serbian King Stefan Milutin.

Jasenovac – istina

Jasenovac – istina is a 2016 revisionist documentary film by Croatian filmmaker Jakov Sedlar. The film controversially contends that the extent of The Holocaust in Croatia and the World War II-era genocide of the countrys Serb population was exag ...

Lake Radonjic massacre

The Lake Radonjic massacre or the Massacre at Lake Radonjic refers to the mass murder of at least 34 Kosovo Serb and Kosovo Albanian civilians near Lake Radonjic, by the village of Glodjane, in Kosovo, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia on 9 Septembe ...

Panda Bar massacre

The Panda Bar massacre or Panda Cafe attack was an attack on Serbian civilians in the city of Pec in north-western Kosovo, on the night of 14–15 December 1998. Two masked men opened fire into a coffee bar, killing six young Serb men, five of whom ...

Serb diaspora

Serb diaspora refers to the diaspora communities of ethnic Serbs. It is not to be confused with the Serbian diaspora, which refers to migrants, regardless of ethnicity, from Serbia. Due to generalization in censuses outside former Yugoslavia to e ...

Serbs in Alaska

Serbian Americans, in Serbian, the community is also known as American Serbs, are United States citizens of Serb ethnic ancestry. As of 2013, there are 189.671 American citizens of "Serbian ancestry" who identify as having Serb ancestry. However, ...

Argentines of Serb descent

Serbian Argentines or Serb Argentines refers to Argentine citizens of ethnic Serb descent or a Serbia-born person who resides in Argentina. Although today Serbia and Montenegro are different countries, it is difficult to account separately the im ...

Serbian Australians

Serbian Australians are citizens of Australia who are of Serbian birth or descent. In the 2011 census, there were 69.544 people in Australia of Serbian ancestry. Large Serbian communities and ethnic neighbourhoods can be found in Sydney, Melbourn ...

Serbian Orthodox Church in North and South America

The Serbian Orthodox Church in North and South America is the name for the jurisdiction of the Serbian Orthodox Church in the Americas. It has five eparchies, that were reorganized in 2009. It also has a central church council made up of diocesan ...

Serbs in Norway

Serbs in Norway are Norwegian citizens and residents of ethnic Serb descent or Serbian-born persons who reside in Norway.

Serbs in Turkey

During the age of the Ottoman Empire most of Serbia and the Balkans were under Turkish control, and many Serbs moved to Istanbul and Anatolia for reasons ranging from economic to forceful relocation. Many Janissaries were of Serbian descent and w ...

Srbijada

Srbijada is the common name for the Annual Serbian North American Soccer Tournament. The tournament is held every year in North America during Labor Day weekend.

Serbs of Croatia

The Serbs of Croatia or Croatian Serbs constitute the largest national minority in Croatia. The community is predominantly Eastern Orthodox Christian by religion, as opposed to the Croats who are Roman Catholic. In some regions of modern-day Croa ...

Serbs in Hungary

The Serbs in Hungary are recognized as an ethnic minority, numbering 7.210 people or 0.1% of the total population. The number of Serbs in Hungary has drastically diminished; in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries large Serb communities existed thro ...

Kosovo Serbs

Kosovo Serbs are the second largest ethnic minority group in Kosovo, numbering around 150.000 people after the Kosovo Albanians . Kosovo was the political, religious and cultural core of the medieval Serbian state. Because of Serbian medieval his ...

Serbs of North Macedonia

Serbs are one of the constitutional peoples of North Macedonia. Numbering about 36.000 inhabitants, they are based on the medieval populations as well as later relocated or migrated ethnic Serbs.

Serbs of Slovakia

There is a small number of Serbs in Slovakia, mostly located in the southern town of Komarno, where they have been living since the 17th century. There has also been a historic minority in Bratislava, where many Habsburg Serbs studied. The number ...

Serbs in Vojvodina

The Serbs of Vojvodina are the largest ethnic group in this northern province of Serbia. For centuries, Vojvodina was ruled by several European powers, but Vojvodina Serbs never assimilated into cultures of those countries. Thus, they have consis ...

Brankovic family (Military Frontier)

The Brankovic family was a Serb noble family based in the Military Frontier of the Habsburg Empire during the 18th and 19th centuries. The family traced its nobility back to Dorde Brankovic, who was created an Imperial Count in 1688. After his de ...

Jovan Ovcarevic

Jovan Ovcarevic was a Habsburg Serb nobleman. He was a member of the Ovcarevic family, a notable Serb family in Habsburg service in the 16th century, and was a kinsman or descendant of the earlier Petar Ovcarevic, a Sajkasi commander and spy, and ...

Sofronije Jugovic-Markovic

Sofronije Jugovic-Markovic was a Habsburg Serb writer and activist in Russian service, who envisaged the formation of a Serbian protectorate of Russia, that would have held all South Slavic territories of the Habsburg stretching to Istria. Jugovi ...

Mihailo Ovcarevic

Mihailo Ovcarevic was a Habsburg Serb vojvoda of the Sajkasi. Mihailo Ovcarevic belonged to the Ovcarevic family, a notable Serb family in Habsburg service in the 16th century, and was a relative of the earlier Petar Ovcarevic, a Sajkasi commande ...

Dimitrije Ovcarevic

Dimitrije Ovcarevic was a Habsburg Serb nobleman. Dimitrije Ovcarevic belonged to the Ovcarevic family, a notable Serb family in Habsburg service in the 16th century, and was a relative of the earlier Petar Ovcarevic, a Sajkasi commander and spy, ...

Tecumsehs Confederacy

Tecumsehs Confederacy was a confederation of Native Americans in the Great Lakes region of the United States that began to form in the early 19th century around the teaching of Tenskwatawa. The confederation grew over several years and came to in ...

Battle of the Thames

The Battle of the Thames, also known as the Battle of Moraviantown, was a decisive American victory in the War of 1812 against Great Britain and its Indian allies in Tecumsehs Confederacy. It took place on October 5, 1813 in Upper Canada, near Ch ...