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Banat

Lang-ro, Serbian: Банат (Banat), lang-hu or Bánság, lang-de, lang-tr, lang-sk, Banat Bulgarian: Banát, and Standard Bulgarian: Банат (Banat).

geography of vojvodina, banat, divided regions, geography of hungary, geography of romania, geography of serbia, geography of transylvania

Banat Bulgarians

Romanian Banat parliamentary representation through the minority party of the Bulgarian Union of the Banat — Romania (Balgarskotu družstvu ud Banát — ...

banat bulgarians

Banat Swabians

The Banat Swabians are an ethnic German population in Southeast Europe, part of the Danube Swabians. ... The ethnic Germans (including Banat Swabians) ...

ethnic groups in transylvania, banat, ethnic german groups in romania, ethnic groups in bulgaria, ethnic groups in hungary, ethnic groups in serbia, ethnic groups in vojvodina, ethnic minorities, german diaspora

Serbian Voivodship and Tamiš Banat

The Serbian Voivodship and Tamiš Banat was a voivodship (duchy) of the Austrian Empire that existed between 1849 and 1860.

history of hungary, history of romania, history of serbia, history of vojvodina

Banat (1941–1944)

The Serbian Banat was a political entity established after occupation and partition of Kingdom of Yugoslavia by the Axis Powers.

yugoslavia during world war ii, history of serbia, history of vojvodina, jewish serbian history, nedic's serbia, short-lived states, short-lived states of world war ii, world war ii occupied territories

Banat, Bačka and Baranja

Croats and Slovenes, People's administration for Banat, Bačka and Baranja also administered parts of Banat, Bačka and Baranja that today belong to ...

subdivisions of yugoslavia, history of croatia, history of hungary, history of romania, history of serbia, history of vojvodina, kingdom of yugoslavia

Demographic history of Serbian Banat

According to the 1910 census, the population of the territory of present-day Serbian Banat numbered 566,400 people, including: http://www.hic.hr/ ...

banat, history of serbia, history of vojvodina

Banat Republic

The Banat Republic (lang-ro, lang-de, lang-sr, lang-hu) was a short-lived state, proclaimed in Timişoara, on November 1, 1918, as the Austro- ...

states succeeding austria-hungary, banat, history of hungary, history of romania, history of serbia, history of vojvodina, short-lived states

Abu el Banat

"Abu el Banat" is episode 97 of The West Wing. ... with his family, where the tour guide constantly introduced him to everyone they met as "Abu El Banat."

christmas television episodes, the west wing episodes, the west wing stubs

Banat (disambiguation)

Banat may refer to: ... Banat, Bačka and Baranja, a de facto existing province of the Kingdom of Serbia and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and ...