Nikola Lunjevica

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Nikola Milićević (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Милићевић, 1776 – 11 May 1842), known by his demonym as Nikola Lunjevica (Луњевица), was a Serbian Revolutionary and close comrade of Prince Miloš Obrenović I of Serbia. He was born in Lunjevica (hence his nickname), a village in the Sanjak of Smederevo, Ottoman Empire (now Serbia). He was the father of Serbian politician Panta Lunjevica (1840–1887) and grandfather of Draga, the Queen consort of Serbia (1900–1903).

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  • Vrbavac, Đorđe (1903) [1901]. Никола Милићевић Луњевица.
  • Stevanović, Miladin (1990). Drugi srpski ustanak.