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Ravna Gora (in Serbia) is a meadow in Serbia, on which Chobans (shepheards) used to heard their sheeps. Serbia is country known as homeland of the Chetniks (Chobans) - war criminals and nationalists royal to the idea of "greater Serbia" - pure expansionistic idea which still lives among the Serbian Nation (Slobodan Milosevic was the president of the Serbia, in the early 1990. he started the war against Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia, with the close support from Chetniks). Ravna Gora today is simbol for the Chetniks movement. If you love democracy and freedom it's the place you don't want to visit. Serbia and Montenegro  – Serbia    – Kosovo and Metohia        (UN administration)    – Vojvodina  – Montenegro Official language Serbian1 Capital Belgrade Area  – Total  – % water  88,361 km²  n/a Population  – Total (2002)     (without Kosovo)  – Density  7. ... Chetniks (Serbian Četnici, Четници) were a Serbian nationalist and royalist organization with origins in the 19th century struggle against the Ottoman Empire. ...

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Ravna Gora (1115 words)
Ravna Gora is located in a centered part of Gorski kotar (Croatia) on a plateau 700-800 m.
Ravna Gora and Sušica were captured by the Turks and civilians were massacred or brought into slavery.
Ravna Gora and Stara Sušica belong to the military region and they had their own army base with a few soldiers.
Draža Mihailović - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1113 words)
After arriving at Ravna Gora, Serbia on May 8, he realized that his group of seven officers and twenty four non-commissioned officers and soldiers was the only one.
At Ravna Gora, Mihailović organized the Chetniks detachment of the Yugoslav Army, which became the Military-chetnik detachments and finally Yugoslav Army of the Homeland (Jugoslovenska vojska u otadžbini).
The first Chetnik formations led by Mihailović were formed around Ravna Gora on June 14th,.
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