Serb revolutionary organizations

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This list includes revolutionary organisations aimed at liberating and unifying Serb-inhabited territories into the historical national state of Serbia—it only includes organisations established after the Principality of Serbia (1815) and before the establishment of Second Yugoslavia (1945).

Organization Establishment Notes Image
Serb National Board
(Srpski narodni odbor)
May 1–3, 1848,
in Sremski Karlovci
Proclaimed a Serbian autonomous region within the Austrian Empire, Serbian Vojvodina, during the Revolutions of 1848 when Serbs fought the Hungarians. Flag of Serbian Vojvodina.svg
Association for Serb Liberation and Unification September 1871,
in Cetinje
Founded by United Serbian Youth. It had boards in Cetinje (est. September 1871), Novi Sad (1871), Belgrade (1871), Kragujevac (December 1871) and Pirot (1872). The Central Board for Serb Liberation (or Central National Liberation Board, (Централни народноослободилачки одбор)) began in April 1872 the project of military use for an uprising. Jevrem Marković was appointed commander of the rebel bands in Bosnia and Herzegovina.[1] In 1872 an assembly was held in Novi Sad under the leadership of Svetozar Marković.[2]
Niš Committee September 24, 1874,
in Niš
Founded and organized by Kole Rašić, Todor Milovanović, Dimitrije Đorđević, Milan Novičić, Tasko Tasa Uzunović, Đorđe Pop-Manić, Mihajlo Božidarac, and Todor Stanković. Polaganje zakletve 1874.jpg
Central Board of the Bosnian Uprising for Liberation
(Главни одбор Босанског устанка за ослобођење)
1875 Its most influential members were Vaso Vidović and Jovan Bilbija. Golub Babić was the leader of the South Bosnia sector.
Central Board of the Kumanovo Uprising January 20, 1878,
in Kumanovo
Its supreme leaders were Orthodox priest Dimitrije Paunović and Veljan Cvetković.
Central Board of the Brsjak Revolt 1880 Its leaders included Ilija Delija, Rista Kostadinović, Micko Krstić and Anđelko Tanasović, among others.
Association of Serbo-Macedonians August 1886,
in Istanbul
Black Hand (Serbia) September 6, 1901 Established by members of the Serbian Army Black Hand seal.png
Central Board for Chetniks in Macedonia
or
Central Board for Serb Organisation
(Централни Одбор Српске Организације)
in 1902,
in Belgrade
Serb Committee
(Српски комитет)
September 1903,
in Belgrade
Founded by Belgrade, Vranje, Skopje and Bitola Revolutionary Boards Srpske Vojvode u Staroj Srbiji i Makedoniji.jpg
Young Bosnia ca. 1904 Princip & Grabich & Chabrinovich.jpg
Narodna Odbrana October 8, 1908
Association against Bulgarian Bandits 1923,
in Štip
Association against BB.jpg

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  1. ^ Pirotski zbornik. Novinsko-izdavachka ustanova "Slodoba". Главни одбор за српско ослобоћење сачинио је током ап- рила 1872. пројект војничких потреба за устанак. За врховног за- поведника над устаничким четама у Босни и Xерцеговини био је предвићен Јеврем Марковић 
  2. ^ Nikola Tasić; Miodrag Maticki; Svetozarevi susreti (1992). Svetozar Marković i Ljuben Karavelov u kontekstu slovenske književnosti i kulture: zbornik radova. Institut za književnost i umetnost. ... су српски револуционари образовали 1872. године у Новом Саду Централни народноослободилачки одбор, под руководством Светозара Марковића.