Kraljevo


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Kraljevo

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in the Socialist Republic of Serbia, on the Ibar River. Population, 28,000 (1971). Railroad junction. Industry includes machine building and mining and processing of magnesite.

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According to Muslim historical records, it was built by Sultan Mehmed II el-Fatih in Kraljevo Sutjeska in 1463, during the attempts of conquest of Bosnia and the subsequent conquest of Bobovac.
This is among the main reasons a team of firefighters and first responders in Kraljevo, Serbia, has been working since 2016 to increase the number of women within its ranks.
Kraljevo: India's depleted Davis Cup squad will bank on the consistency of Prajnesh Gunneswaran to pull the side through when they take on a Serbia shorn of US Open champion Novak Djokovic in the World Group Play-off tie from Friday.
They thus killed vast numbers of innocent peasants and townsfolk, possibly as many as 8,000 in Kraguyevats, 5 1,755 in Kraljevo, 6 and overall 80,000 in Jajinci, 7 to name just in a few places in Yugoslavia alone." Quoted from DEMOCIDE: NAZI GENOCIDE AND MASS MURDER at: https://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/NAZIS.CHAP1.HTM.From:From Chapter 1 in R.J.
need And I did it the hard way round: three days by bus from Belgrade through the inhospitable mountains to Bar, stopping overnight in Kraljevo (where I was once arrested in 1981 for photographing steam engines) and Novi Pazar, a largely Muslim town on the border with Albania.
Table 2: Unit price paid by households for the water and wastewater services (in [euro] per m3) Municipality 2009 2010 2011 2012 [DELTA] (%) Beograd 0.371 0.378 0.394 0.408 9.95 Valjevo 0.270 0.287 0.320 0.327 20.98 Zajecer 0.288 0.377 0.414 0.425 47.5 Kragujevac 0.267 0.283 0.311 0.362 35.88 Kraljevo 0.295 0.382 0.397 0.472 59.78 Leskovac 0.215 0.278 0.398 0.504 134.56 Nis 0.244 0.309 0.379 0.407 66.46 Smederevo 0.240 0.313 0.396 0.437 82.03 Uzice 0.260 0.327 0.378 0.431 65.29 Sabac 0.224 0.244 0.274 0.297 32.76 Novi Sad 0.237 0.394 0.578 0.589 148.52 Zrenjanin 0.176 0.218 0.297 0.297 68.86 Pancevo 0.240 0.326 0.423 0.546 127.58 Sremska Mitrovica 0.228 0.270 0.297 0.312 36.91 Subotica 0.328 0.390 0.447 0.470 43.33 Total 0.259 0.318 0.380 0.419 65.36 A: Change between 2009 and 2012.
The second attempt got off to a good start when elements of the German 43rd Reserve Infantry Division, part of the German XXII Reserve Corps, supported by Austro-Hungarian mountain artillery, drove the Serbian Drina II Division out of Kraljevo, and seized the town.
(2) Faculty of Mechanical and Civil Engineering Kraljevo, University of Kragujevac, 36000 Kraljevo, Serbia
(1,2,3,4) Faculty of Mechanical and Civil Engineering in Kraljevo, University of Kragujevac, Dositejeva 19, 36000 Kraljevo, Serbia (5) Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Nis, Aleksandra Medvedeva 14, 18000 Nis, Serbia
In: Proceedings of VI Triennial International Conference HEAVY MACHINERY HM 2008, June 24-29, 2008, Kraljevo, Republic of Serbia, ISBN 978-86-82631-45-3, E.29E.34.
The aviation also represented a force of the Yugoslavian army, but many of its endowments were either under construction, or as projects, very few being in course of delivering: at Ikarus Factory (Zemun) and Rogozarski (Beograd) there were made in 1939 40 plane cellules for the model Bristol Blenheim (the English type) with Bristol (English) engine; at Kraljevo Factory there were 40 plane cellules for the Dornier DOY plane, that were supposed to have Gnome-Rhone engines.