Spasoje Hadži Popović (Serbian Cyrillic: Спасоје Хаџи Поповић; 18 August 1882 – 3 July 1926) was a Serbian teacher in Bitola and editor of the newspaper Južne Zvezde (Southern Stars). He was born in Akritas, in Florina (now Greece). Growing up, he was a witness to the conflict between the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople and Bulgarian Exarchate, which divided the Slavic Christian people in Ottoman Macedonia. He enrolled in the Serbian Gymnasium in Bitola in 1899 and subsequently in the teacher school in Aleksinac, which had been moved there from Belgrade, together with many pupils from Ottoman territory. He was a member of the Saint Sava Society. Popović was murdered by VMRO agents, who conducted a range of assassinations and terrorist acts against Serbs at that time.
- Društvo sv. Save 1927, p. 323.
- Popović & Skerlić 1926, p. 559.
- Dejan Djokić (January 2003). Yugoslavism: Histories of a Failed Idea, 1918-1992. C. Hurst & Co. Publishers. pp. 118–. ISBN 978-1-85065-663-0.
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