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List of Bosnia and Herzegovina people

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of notable people of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The people of Bosnia and Herzegovina are known by the demonym "Bosnians", which includes people belonging to the three main constituent groups (Bosniaks, Croats and Serbs).

Arts

Fine arts

Architecture

Composition

Theatre and performing arts

Literature

Science and technology

Popular culture

Film, radio and television

Music

Politicians and historical figures

Medieval

1391 Tvrtko I of Bosnia

Ottoman rule 1463–1878

Austro-Hungarian occupation 1878–1918

Kingdom of Yugoslavia 1918–1941

World War II

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1943–1991

Presidents of the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1943–1990

  • Kecmanović, Vojislav Đedo – (25 November 1943 – November 1946)
  • Pucar, Đuro Stari – (November 1946 – September 1948)
  • Šegrt, Vlado – (September 1948 – March 1953)
  • Pucar, Đuro Stari – (December 1953 – June 1963)
  • Dugonjić, Rato – (June 1963 – 1967)
  • Bijedić, Džemal – (1967–1971)
  • Pozderac, Hamdija – (1971 – May 1974)
  • Dugonjić, Rato – (May 1974 – April 1978)
  • Dizdarević, Raif – (April 1978 – April 1982)
  • Mikulić, Branko – (April 1982 – 26 April 1984)
  • Renovica, Milanko – (26 April 1984 – 26 April 1985.)
  • Mesihović, Munir – (26 April 1985 – April 1987)
  • Andrić, Mato – (April 1988 – April 1989)
  • Filipović, Nikola – (April 1988 – April 1989)
  • Piljak, Obrad – (April 1989 – December 1990)

Prime ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1945–1990

Bosnian presidents since 1990

Other political figures since 1943

Sportspeople

Team sports

Basketball
Football

Foreign footballers of Bosnian origin

– Australian national team

  • Eli Babalj – forward for Adelaide United and the Australian national team
  • Dino Djulbic – defender for Perth Glory and formerly the Australian national team

– Austrian national team

– Croatian national team

– German national team

– Serbian national team

– Slovenian national team

– Swedish national team

– Swiss national team

Handball
Volleyball
Water polo

Individual sports

Athletics
Chess
Martial arts/boxing
Tennis
Other

Religion

Other prominent people

Infamous people

See also

This page was last edited on 6 February 2021, at 09:07
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