Popular Assemblies of the First and Second Serbian Uprising (1804-1815)


During the First Serbian Uprising, the assembly of all popular chiefs in Serbia set up the first ministries and on 11 January 1811 the most educated Serb of the time, rector of the Grand School in Belgrade, Dositej Obradović became the minister of education (photo: Dositej Obradović opens the Grand School, by Borivoje K. Radenković, c.1920 - www.dositejeva-zaduzbina.rs)

Popular Assemblies of the First and Second Serbian Uprising (1804-1815)

National Assemblies Period
Uprising Assembly in Orašac 2 February 1804
Assembly in Ostružnica 24 April – 3 May 1804
Assembly in Pećani 17 April 1805
Assembly in Borak 15 August 1805
Assembly in Smederevo 25 – 30 November 1805
Assembly in Smederevo 1 – 5 November 1806
Assembly in Belgrade 25 February – 6 March 1807
Main People’s Assembly in Belgrade 14 – 15 December 1808
“Črezvičajna” Assembly in Hasanpašina Palanka 2 – 8 October 1809
Assembly in Belgrade 1 – 2 January 1810
Assembly in Belgrade 1 – 12 January 1811
Assembly in Topola 17 July 1812
Assumption Day Assembly in Vraćevšnica monastery 15 – 16 August 1812
Assembly in Kragujevac 1 – 2 January 1813
Gathering in Takovo 11 April 1815
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