additional

Additional information Dragutin:

additionalDerived from the Slavic element dorgu meaning "precious".

books

Books about Dragutin:

booksDragutin: Webster's Timeline History, 1276 - 2006 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksDragutin P. Gregoric. Ljubav i razaranje.: An article from: World Literature Today by Mira N. Mataric (Jul 30, 2005)

booksApis: The Congenial Conspirator, The Life of Colonel Dragutin T. Dimitrijevic by David MacKenzie (May 15, 1989)

booksDragutin J. Ilijc: Sjaj njegovog zivota i stvaralastva (Serbo-Croatian Edition) by Gavrilo Kovijanic (1991)

booksDragutin Inkiostri Medenjak: Pionir Jugoslovenskog Dizajna (Dragutin Inkiostri-Medenjak: Pioneer of Yugoslav Design... by mr SONJA VULESEVIC (1998)

booksDragutin Tadijanovic: Pjesme Proza. (=Pet Stoljeca Hrvatske Knjizevnosti; Vol. 120). by Rafo (Ed.) Bogisic (1969)

booksDragutin Gorjanovic-Kramberger i krapinski pracovjek: Poceci suvremene paleoantropologije (Croatian Edition) by Jakov Radovcic (1988)

wiki

Wiki information Dragutin:

Stefan Dragutin of Serbia
Noble person, Person, Deceased Person

Stephen Dragutin was a 13th and 14th-century Serb monarch, the King of Serbia from 1276 to 1282 and King of Syrmia from 1282 to 1316. He ruled Serbia until his abdication in 1282, when he became ill. He continued to rule the royal domains of Syrmia...

Dragutin Dimitrijević
Deceased Person, Person

Dragutin Dimitrijević, also known as Apis, was a Serbian colonel. He was a leading member of a military group that organized the overthrow of the Serbian government in 1903. He personally organized and participated in the coup against King Alexander...