Ljubomir Jovanović

Ljubomir Jovanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Љубомир Јовановић, 14 February 1865 – 2 October 1928) was a Serbian politician and historian. He was a professor at the University of Belgrade since its establishment in 1905, a member of the SKU, Minister of Education, Minister of Internal Affairs and member of the State Council.

Ljubomir Jovanović
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Minister of Internal Affairs
In office
1914–1918
Prime MinisterNikola Pašić
Preceded byStojan Protić
Succeeded byMarko Trifković
Minister of Education and Church Affairs
In office
1911–1914
Prime MinisterMilovan Milovanović,
Marko Trifković,
Nikola Pašić
Preceded byJaša Prodanović
Succeeded byLjubomir Davidović
Personal details
Born(1865-02-14)14 February 1865
Kotor, Montenegro
Died2 October 1928(1928-10-02) (aged 63)
Belgrade, Kingdom of SCS
NationalitySerbian
Alma materUniversity of Belgrade
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Jovanović was born in Kotor, Austria-Hungary (present-day Montenegro). He finished primary and secondary school in Kotor.[1] He was educated at the Grandes écoles, during which he left to participate in the uprising in the Bay of Kotor.[1] He graduated in History at the Faculty of Philosophy.[1] From 1887 to 1901 he was a teacher at secondary schools.[1]

 
First professors of the University of Belgrade (1905).

He was a librarian and Director of the National Library,[2] then professor at the Grandes écoles University and later when it became the University of Belgrade.[2]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d Споменик. 128. Српска академија наука и умјетности. 1987. p. 157.
  2. ^ a b Marinko Paunović (1998). Srbi: biografije znamenitih : A-Š. Emka. ЉУБОМИР ЈОВАНОВИЋ ПАТАК ИСТОРИЧАР Рођен је 2. фебруара 1865. године у Котору. Велику школу завршио је у Београду. Библиотекар и уп- равник Народне библиотеке, професор на Великој школи и Универзитету у ...

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Government offices
Preceded by
Jaša Prodanović
Minister of Education and Church Affairs
1911–1914
Succeeded by
Ljubomir Davidović
Preceded by
Stojan Protić
Minister of Internal Affairs
1914–1918
Succeeded by
Marko Trifković
Cultural offices
Preceded by
Stojan Protić
Director of National Library of Serbia
1900–1903
Succeeded by
Jovan Tomić