6 January Dictatorship
The 6 January Dictatorship was a royal dictatorship established in the Kingdom of Serbs and Slovenes by King Alexander. It lasted from January 6,1929 when the king prorogued parliament and assumed control of the state, King Alexander abolished the Constitution, prorogued the National Assembly and introduced a personal dictatorship on 6 January. The next day, General Petar Živković became prime minister, heading the regimes Yugoslav Radical Peasants Democracy, on January 11 the State Court for the Protection of the State was established in Belgrade. On 20 April, the Croatian fascist Ustaše and Macedonian secessionist IMRO called for the independence of Croatia and Macedonia, on 3 October, the state was renamed to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. The state was divided into new administrative divisions called banovine. On 22 December Croatian leader Vladko Maček was arrested, ustavi i vlade Kneževine Srbije, Kraljevine Srbije, Kraljevine SHS i Kraljevine Jugoslavije, 1835-1941. Contemporary Yugoslavia, Twenty Years of Socialist Experiment, opozicija u vreme šestojanuarske diktature 1929-1935.
SLS pod kraljevo diktaturo, diktatura kralja Aleksandra in politika Slovenske ljudske stranke v letih 1929-1935, pravni položaj verskih zajednica za vreme šestojanuarske diktature. O progonima hrvatskih političara u Zagrebu za vrijeme karađorđevićevske šestojanuarske diktature, radovi Zavoda za hrvatsku povijest 26.1, 161-176. Nekoliko spisa organa vlasti o komunistima na otoku Krku za šestojanuarske diktature, vjesnik historijskih arhiva u Rijeci i Pazinu 16. 1971), 91-126. Економски и политички узроци увођења Шестојануарског режима, odnos Slovencev do kralja Aleksandra I. Karađorđevića, odziv na politične poteze kraljevega dvora v času šestojanuarske diktature, arising of the Legal System in the Yugoslav State between the Two World Wars. Proceedings of Novi Sad Faculty of Law 42
A2 motorway (Serbia)
The A2 motorway, often called the Belgrade–Čačak motorway is a motorway in Serbia under construction and when finished it will span for approximately 151.63 kilometers. It begins in Belgrade and runs southward to Požega, there are considerations for attaching the motorway to future Belgrade–Bar motorway, thus way providing faster link with Montenegro. The motorway is split in several sections, Tables current progress status is as of 1 March 2017, belgrade–Obrenovac section The northernmost section from Belgrade to Obrenovac is the last contracted section and planned start of the construction is 2017 with 32 months construction period. Total value of 233.69 million USD for this section will be funded by Exim Bank of China and it will include 1800 meters long new bridge over river Sava. This section will be operated by China Communications Construction in partnership with domestic companies, on 1 March 2017, the construction works for this section have officially started. Ub–Lajkovac section The section from Ub to Lajkovac with the length of 12.5 kilometers, operated by Serbian companies Planum.
Total value of 73 million euros was financed by the Government of Serbia, obrenovac–Ub, Lajkovac–Ljig sections Two sections of the motorway, Obrenovac - Ub and Lajkovac - Ljig, with total length of around 50 kilometers, are planned to be finished by June 2017. These two sections are funded by 301 millions USD loan from Exim Bank of China and 32.7 million USD from the Government of Serbia, the main subcontractor for Shandong Hi-Speed Group at the section Lajkovac - Ljig is a Serbian construction company Energoprojekt holding. Ljig–Preljina section On 6 April 2012, the government of Azerbaijan granted a 308 million euros loan to Serbia for 40.36 kilometers long section from Ljig to Preljina. The section was planned to be opened on 25 August 2016, on November 7,2016, the section was officially opened for use. Požega–Boljare section There was a lot of going on behind the planned route for the southern section of motorway from Požega to Boljare. More developed and populated Zlatibor region lobbied for route to go in parallel to Zlatibor Highway.
For only 10 days after the section of the motorway Ljig–Preljina was opened, thieves have stolen around 2,000 meters of safety barriers along the road, as well as 20 manhole caps. Photos in this gallery represent only specific areas in the section from Ljig to Preljina, most of them within the municipality of Gornji Milanovac
is the oldest traditional tavern situated in Belgrade, Serbia. Located at 6 Kralja Petra Street, the building is nearly 200 years old, the cuisine served is traditional, and specific starogradska music is played. Is one of the citys best known landmarks, was built in 1823 as a property of Miloš Obrenović I, Prince of Serbia, designed by an unnamed Greek architect. Realizing its favourable location, Ećim Toma soon converted it into a kafana that was known around town as Ećim Tomas kafana, during the early 1830s the kafana was frequented by famous Serbian linguist and language reformer Vuk Stefanović Karadžić. In 1878 its name was changed to Kod pastira, so, as a temporary solution, the taverns owner put a question mark on the door, and it soon became the official name of the place. For a while, out of respect for the church, smoking was prohibited inside the tavern, in the post-World War II period, the bistro was owned by Ivan Pavlović, but communist Yugoslav authorities nationalized the property in 1959.
Sometime during the thirty years it was declared a heritage spot. Was added to the Protected Monuments of Culture list by the Republic of Serbia in 1981, talk of privatizing the building first started in 2003. Then the tender auction of state-owned company UTP Varoš Kapija, which administered tavern. was scheduled for 25 November 2004, the starting value of the property was set at €2,500 per square meter, but ultimately the tender was canceled. A petition, signed by 2,563 people, called for the privatization to be stopped, the house was built in Balkan manner by “the Greek builders”. It was constructed in “bondruk” manner, with asymmetrically built interior and it has a basement, ground floor and upper storey. It is situated toward the street and the lot depth occupies a garden, the basement was built from bricks and it has two massive vaults of 6x12m. The ground floor is arranged asymmetrically, consisting of three 4 x 9m,2.5 x 4. 5m and 7 x 7m chambers, arrangement of rooms has remained unchanged despite of certain partition works in the ground floor.
At first, it was called “Kod Pastira“, it was named “Kod Saborne Crkve” in 1892 and this name was neither in compliance with the Decree about Taverns, nor with a position of church authorities, who found this to be insulting for the Church. The owner put out just a question mark, as a temporary solution and as sign of protest as well until dispute with authorities was resolved. This name remained to this day, national restaurants — list of traditional restaurants by Tourist Organization of Belgrade. Nije pod znakom pitanja — article on privatization of restaurant. @TripAdvisor. @Foursquare
42 is the natural number that succeeds 41 and precedes 43. Forty-two is a number and an abundant number, its prime factorization 2 ·3 ·7 makes it the second sphenic number. As with all numbers of this form, the aliquot sum is abundant by 12. 42 is the second number to be bracketed by twin primes,30 is a pronic number. 42 has a 14-member aliquot sequence 42,54,66,78,90,144,259,45,33,15,9,4,3,1,0 and is part of the aliquot sequence commencing with the first sphenic number 30. Further,42 is the 10th member of the 3-aliquot tree, additional properties of the number 42 include, It is the third primary pseudoperfect number. It is an alternating sign matrix number, that is, the number of 4-by-4 alternating sign matrices and it is the number of partitions of 10—the number of ways of expressing 10 as a sum of positive integers. It is the third pentadecagonal number and it is a meandric number and an open meandric number. It is conjectured to be the factor in the leading order term of the sixth moment of the Riemann zeta function.
In particular, Conrey & Ghosh have conjectured that 1 T ∫0 T | ζ |6 d t ∼429, ∏ p 4 log 9 T. where the infinite product is over all prime numbers, p.42 is a Størmer number. Whether there are other remains a open question. 42 is a number, as σ2 = σ = 6n. 42 is the number of the original Smith number, Both the sum of its digits. The dimension of the Borel subalgebra in the exceptional Lie algebra e6 is 42,42 is a perfect score on the USA Math Olympiad and International Mathematical Olympiad. 42 is the maximum of core points awarded in International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme,42 is the sum of the first 6 positive even numbers. 42 is the number of molybdenum. 42 is the mass of one of the naturally occurring stable isotopes of calcium. The angle rounded to whole degrees for which a rainbow appears, the first half of the journey consists of free-fall acceleration, while the second half consists of an exactly equal deceleration
A1 motorway (Serbia)
The A1 motorway is a motorway in Serbia and with approximately 590 kilometers it is the longest motorway in Serbia. It crosses the country north to south, starting at Horgoš border crossing with Hungary. Significant works are undergoing for its reconstruction and enhancement, the highway consists of three major sections, Horgoš–Subotica–Novi Sad–Belgrade, Belgrade–Niš and Niš–Leskovac–Preševo–Macedonian border. After enhancement works, mostly completed in 2011, the whole Horgoš–Grdelica, enhancement of southern part, financed by Serbian Government and Hellenic Plan is still in progress. Northern and central section are linked through the heart of the city of Belgrade, the enhancement of southern part is operated and split in the following sections, Tables current progress status is as of 18 March 2017
98th Air Brigade
The 98th Air Base is a second air base of Serbian Air Force and Air Defense. It is the permanent base for Serbias attack aviation and anti-tank helicopters, the 98th Air Brigade was formed on 13 June 2007 formed as successor of 98th fighter-bomber aviation regiment of ex Yugoslav and Serbia and Montenegro air force. The 98th Air Brigade is joint tactical air force unit whose basic organization structure consists of units of squadron and battalion size. Most of its units are located at Lađevci Air Base, while a few units are located at part of Niš Airport. The Ponikve Airport is part of 98th Air Brigade, used as auxiliary airport, Serbian Air Force and Air Defense Military of Serbia
A3 motorway (Serbia)
The A3 motorway is a motorway in Serbia which spans approximately 92 kilometers and is part of the European route E70 through Serbia. It crosses the Srem region from east to west, starting at Batrovci border crossing with Croatia, the Batrovci–Belgrade section is part of the old Belgrade-Zagreb highway, known as Brotherhood and Unity Highway in the socialist era. It is a continuation to Croatian A3 highway, whose last section, from the Lipovac–Batrovci border crossing near Šid, it continues eastwards, along the towns of Sremska Mitrovica and Stara Pazova. Few kilometers on the east, the major Dobanovci interchange is located, the bypass branches southwards across the Ostružnica Bridge towards the Ibar highway, southern branch of the A1 motorway and the future A2 motorway, and northwards to the northern branch of A1. The A3 highway continues as a motorway through Belgrade and enters the New Belgrade and it crosses the Sava river at the Gazela bridge. The main toll stations of the A3 are located near Batrovci, the section from Šimanovci to Belgrade is toll-free, serving as a main city artery.
It includes the exit to Nikola Tesla Airport, located just south of the A3, the Belgrade–Zagreb highway was built after the World War II, by the young volunteers, and opened on 28 July 1950, first as a single carriageway. The second carriageway from Šid to Belgrade was completed in 1987, transport in Serbia Regulation of State Roads
119th Helicopter Brigade
The 119th Helicopter Brigade was a transport aviation unit of Yugoslav and FR Yugoslav Air Force established in 1945 as the 1st Transport Aviation Regiment. The regiment was established in the first half of August 1945, in Zemun, the regiment was under direct command of Yugoslav Air Force HQ. It was equipped with Soviet Lisunov Li-2 and captured Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-52 transport aircraft, after the war, the regiment remained at Pleso. By 1948, the regiment was renamed, like all other units of the Yugoslav Army, the commanders of the regiment in this period were Dimitrije Kovijanić, Vladimir Simić and Berislav Supek. The 119th Transport Aviation Regiment remained at Zemun until 1963 when it has dislocated to newer Batajnica Air Base. In this period regiment received US-built C-47 Skytrain transport aircraft, first operational helicopters of Yugoslav Air Force were Westland-Sikorsky WS-51 Mk. 1B which were attached to new formed 5th Squadron of 119th Regiment located at Pančevo, since 1954. By the middle 1950s Regiment in its organization had five squadrons, one helicopter squadron.
In 1961 regiment was renamed to 119th Support Aviation Regiment, the 119th Support Aviation Regiment was disbanded in 1966. The commanders of the regiment in this period were Nikola Rodić, Dimitrije Kovačević, Mido Rakočević, Nikola Đurđević, the 119th Transport Helicopter Regiment was formed by order from December 10,1967, on May 2,1968, at Niš military airport. It was a new unit formed from two new helicopter squadrons - 787th and 789th Transport Helicopter Squadron. It continued the tradition of former 1st Transport Aviation Regiment and 119th Transport Aviation Regiment and its two squadrons were equipped with new Soviet-made Mil Mi-8T transport helicopters, being the first unit of Yugoslav Air Force equipped with this type. US-made Skytrains were replaced by 1976 with Soviet-made Antonov An-26 and Polish-build Antonov An-2 transport aircraft, Regiment was again renamed in 1978 to 119th Transport Aviation Regiment. By the early 1980s Yugoslav Air Force has modernized its fleet with French-licensed domestic made helicopters SOKO Gazelle helicopters.
In 1981 712nd Anti-Armored Helicopter Squadron was formed armed with new Gazelle helicopters equipped for anti-armored fighting, due the organizational changes, Regiment has become 119th Aviation Brigade. In 1988 another one squadron of Gazelle helicopters, 714th has been formed at Kraljevo-Lađevci Airport as part of Brigade, the units of 119th Aviation Brigade have taken part in combat operations during the 1991 and 1992 in Croatia and Bosnia. Mainly it was used for transport of elite 63rd Paratroop Brigade and it took part in evacuation of Yugoslav Peoples Army personal and civilians, MEDEVAC and combat search and rescue operations. In same period two Anti-Armored Helicopter Squadrons, 712th and 714th, have made 535 combat flights and 370 flight hours and transported 590 persons flying from Banaj Luka and Batajnica. During the 1991 the 677th Transport Aviation Squadron was reassigned to 138th Transport Aviation Regiment, after Yugoslav Peoples Army was officially dissolved in May 1992, the Regiment has joined the newly formed Military of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia as part of its Air Force Aviation Corps