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A Serbophile is a person who has a strong positive predisposition or interest toward the government, culture, history, or people of Serbia. This could include Serbia itself and its history, the Serbian language, Serbian cuisine, literature, etc. The opposite of a Serbophile is a Serbophobe – who has a strong negative predisposition toward or dislike of the government, culture, history or people of Serbia.
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe — famous German writer, poet, scientist, artist and politician.
- Jacob Grimm — German philologist, jurist and mythologist. Learnt Serbian in order to read Serbian epic poetry.
- Archibald Reiss — Swiss publicist, chemist, forensic scientist, a professor at the University of Lausanne.
- Rebecca West (1892–1983) — English travel writer. Was described by American media as having a pro-Serbian stance.
- Flora Sandes — British volunteer in World War I.
- Ruth Mitchell — American volunteer in the Chetniks, World War II. Sister of Billy Mitchell.
- Peter Handke — Austrian novelist and playwright. Supported Serbia in the Yugoslav Wars.
- Essad Pasha Toptani — Ottoman politician.
- Henry Bax-Ironside — British diplomat.
- Roland Bryce — British diplomat.
"The Chain of Friendship", a comic published in the American newspaper the Brooklyn Eagle in July 1914
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- The dictionary definition of serbophilia at Wiktionary