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Jovan Byford

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Above Sin and Death (Velimirović), 22, 25

Albahari, David, 234–235

Albright, Madeleine, 144, 146–147

Aleksandar I Karađorđević, King, 25, 33

Aleksandrovac (Serbia), 210

Alkalaj, Isak (Rabbi), 43, 154, 177–178, 182

All-man (svečovek), 31–32, 40

Anglican Church, 21, 25–28

Antisemitism (see also entries under Denial), 6–8, 10–12, 113, 120
and anti-Judaism, 125, 169, 173–175, 181, 186, 188–191, 204
as ‘theological’, or ‘biblical’, 12, 171–173, 176, 182–184, 204
and Nikolaj Velimirović, 9–10, 42–47, 62, 69–71, 77, 104, 112, 116, 120, 134, 140, 152, 154–155, 163, 167–168
and Serbian Orthodox Church, 8–9, 45–46, 122–125, 130, 133, 135–136, 137, 142–144, 148–149
in Serbia, 117–119, 121, 127, 132, 140–141, 148–149

Anti-Judaism, 7–8, 125, 169, 172–175, 181, 185–186, 188–191, 193, 204–205

Antonescu, Ion, 1

Archbishop of Canterbury, 26–28

Austria, 27, 48, 88, 135, 174, 223

Avakum, Deacon, 89–90

Balkan Wars (1912–1913), 33–34

Ban, Mitrofan (Metropolitan), 33

Bataković, Dušan, 73

Bates, Milan, 14, 218

Batić, Vladan, 73

Beatification, 209

Bećirević, Komnen, 90

Bećković, Matija, 15, 81, 138, 171–172, 182, 186

Belgrade (Serbia), 14, 19–22, 33, 37, 43, 47, 53–56, 58–59, 71, 83, 89, 95, 97, 105, 118, 128–131, 151, 161, 163–164, 177, 207–208

Bell, George (Anglican Bishop of Chichester), 26, 34, 56, 103, 221, 226

Berdyaev, Nikolai, 225

Berger, Sandy, 145

Berkeley, George, 21–22, 24

Berlin Congress (1878), 128

Bern, Switzerland, 20–22

Bigović, Radovan, 15, 38, 81, 94, 158, 185, 187, 195–197, 226, 231

Billig, Michael, 11, 87–88, 108–109, 113, 119–121, 174, 236

Bitolj (Republic of Macedonia), 47, 163

Boca, Stefan (Bishop), 83, 105, 236

Bogdanović, Milan, 38

Bogomoljački pokret, see entry for Devotionalist Movement

Boka Kotorska (Montenegro), 20–22

Bosnia, 2, 23, 32, 58, 68, 98–100, 133–134, 139

Bulović, Irinej (Bishop), 64, 79

Caiaphas, 43, 203

Čakić, Stefan, 223–224

Canonization
of Nikolaj Velimirović, 4, 12, 75–76, 91, 97, 119, 155, 162, 171, 207–208, 210–223
in the Orthodox Church, 16, 208–210

Carnegie, William Hartley, 28

Catholic Church, 7, 30, 44, 59, 136, 139, 165, 188, 190, 195, 197

Ćelije Monastery (Serbia), 68, 133, 159, 210

Censorship, 66, 85

Chazan, Robert, 173

Chesterton, G.K., 27

Chetniks, 15, 50, 54–55, 67–68, 90, 101

Chicago Herald American, 103, 105, 221

Child sexual abuse, 122, 134

Christian Democratic Party of Serbia, 73

Christian Right (see also entries for Obraz, Dveri and St Justin the Philosopher Association of Students), 10, 14, 17, 117–118, 121–123, 126–127, 139, 143–144, 147–148, 229–230

Ćirić, Irinej (Bishop), 35

Clark, Wesley K., 144, 146–147

Clinton, Bill, 145

Cold War, 63

Collective memory, see entry for Social Remembering

Čolović, Ivan, 74, 131

‘Competitive martyrdom’, 135–139

Concordat, 30, 44, 52

Conspiracy theory, 147, 202, 42, 45–47

Constantinople, 33

Croatia, 1–2, 32, 69, 70, 89, 98, 136–137, 139, 226

Cvetković, Dragiša, 49, 51

Czech Orthodox Church, 33

Dachau (concentration camp), 55, 63, 77, 89, 91–94, 97, 102–106, 110–112, 164, 166, 193, 196–200, 202, 221–230, 238

Daily Express, 27

Danas, 13, 73, 124, 151, 165, 181–183, 191, 220

Danube, 129

Darwin, Charles, 39

David, Filip, 74, 116

Davidson, Randall, see entry for Archbishop of Canterbury

Democratic Party of Serbia, 73, 132

Denial, 7–11, 119, 140–141, 145–149, 165, 167, 170–171, 180, 204, 230–234, 236–237
and offensive rhetoric, 129–134
of prejudice, 120–122, 174
social denial, 11, 121, 134, 140
comparative denial, 11, 135–139, 141, 151
literal denial, 11, 124–126, 132, 135, 139, 141, 144, 147–148, 152, 205
interpretative denial, 12, 169, 172, 205, 230
apparent denial127–128, 174

Devotionalist Movement, 35–37, 40, 46, 50, 60, 69

Dickens, Charles, 32

Dimitrije, Patriarch (Pavlović), 24, 33

Dimitrijević, Milan, 84

Dimitrijević, Vladimir, 122–123, 124–126, 128–129, 136, 142–143, 146–147, 151–152, 171–172, 181–182, 188, 191

Diocese of the Serbian Orthodox
Church
America and Canada, 34
Braničevo, 50
Ohrid, 34
Raška and Prizren, 13, 218
Šabac and Valjevo, 13, 15, 81, 85, 89, 110, 211–213
Žiča, 13, 32, 33, 43, 85,
Zvornik and Tuzla, 68

Disclaimers, 144–148

Dobrijević, Irinej (Bishop), 95, 210–211

Domentijan, Bishop of Niš, 24

Đorđević, Branko, 93

Đorđević, Mirko, 38, 74, 131, 180–181

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 22, 31–32, 39, 192–193

Dračić(Serbia), 20

Dragić-Kijuk, Predrag, 207

Dragojlović, Dragan, 84

Drašković, Vuk, 15, 16, 81–82, 96, 137, 151, 153, 225,

Đujić, Momčilo, 55, 68

Đurđević, Ratibor, 142–144, 194, 229

Dušan, Emperor, 65

Dveri, Serbian Assembly, 17, 117, 123, 136, 142, 148, 161, 163, 200

Dveri Srpske, 17, 122–124, 127–128, 136, 143, 148–149

Džomić, Velibor, 57

Ehrenbunker, 92

Epiclesis, 220

Epiphany, 208, 219–230

Euro-sloberrer (evroslinavac), 131, 149

Extreme case formulations, 126, 133–134, 142

Ferdinand, Archduke, 23, 27

Feyes-Clinton, H.J., 26, 28

Ford, Henry, 46

Forum for the Monitoring of Antisemitism, 156

France, 88

Freemasonry, 44, 46, 51, 154, 194, 202

Gačić, Pahomije (Bishop), 134

Gajić, Edo, 40

Gavrilo, Patriarch (Dožić), 51–55, 63, 89–90, 92–94, 101, 103, 105–107, 223–224

Gavrilović, Žarko, 9, 74, 93, 122, 142–144

George, Lloyd, 27

German, Patriarch (Đorić), 64–65

Gerstenmaier, Eugen, 54

Gibson, Mel, 170, 178

Glas Crkve (journal) 13, 18, 80–82, 84, 92, 94, 100, 105, 210–213, 223, 225, 228,

Glas Crkve (publishing house) 18, 72

Glas Javnosti, 13, 102, 105, 132, 135, 183

Glasnik Kosova i Metohije, 165

Glasnik Srpske Pravoslavne Crkve, 63, 107

Globocnik, Odilo, 55

Goldhagen, Daniel, 165, 174, 176, 189–190

Golgotha, 46, 93, 96, 107, 198, 201, 227

Graz (Austria), 223

Gruber, Heinrich, 202

Healing, 208, 219, 223–224

‘Heavenly Serbia’, 41, 100

Helsinki Committee for Human

Rights in Serbia, 74, 116–119, 132, 156

Herod, 43

Hitler, Adolf, 47–49, 52, 54, 67, 77, 85, 101–102, 104, 106–107, 110–111, 119, 136, 142, 151, 154, 165, 172, 181–182, 189, 201–204

Holbrooke, Richard, 144, 146–147,

Holocaust, 8, 88, 138, 142, 162, 165, 189, 199–204, 237
and ‘deicidal justification’, 201–202

Holy remains, 4, 76, 99, 216–218, 220

Honorary prisoner (Ehrenhafling), 55, 92, 199

Horthy, Miklos, 1

Hrišćanska Misao, 13, 143, 162

Hrišćanska Zajednica, 36, 46, 50

Hrišćanski Vesnik, 19–20

Hugo, Victor, 32

Hungary, 1, 135

Ihtus Press, 143

Incest, 122

Incorruptibility, 217–218

Indian Letters (Velimirović), 45, 163

Interviews, 4, 14–18, 167

Intervju, 209

Irinej Đorđević (Bishop), 61–62

Irwin-Zarecka, Iwona, 11, 78–79, 86, 88, 232–233

Isaiah, Prophet, 183, 203

Israel, 9, 41, 137–139, 153, 170, 183, 202–203, 225, 229

Janković, Milan, 16, 159, 168, 177, 223

Jefimija, 13, 102, 105, 160

Jeremiah, Prophet, 182, 183, 224–227

Jesus Christ, 29, 31, 44, 90, 161, 171–173, 175–179, 183–188, 196, 202,

Jevđević, Dobrosav, 55

Jevtić, Atanasije (Bishop), 17, 64, 69–70, 79–82, 84, 98–100, 111, 130–131, 133, 154, 155, 163, 168, 209, 212, 215–216, 226, 230

Jewish community in Serbia, 9, 11, 72, 118, 124, 129, 140–141, 147, 162, 234–235

John Paul II, Pope, 178

Jokić, Miodrag, 84

Jovanović-Stojimirović, Milan, 23

Jović, Savo, 56

Kalenić Monastery (Serbia), 53

Kaltenbrunner, Ernst, 93

Karađorđe, Petrović, 128

Karadžić, Radovan, 81, 84, 133

Karapandžić, Borivoje, 228

Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, 30, 32–33

Kitzbuhel (Austria), 106–107

Klein, Jacques, 144

Komnenić, Milan, 80, 82, 90–91

Konstantinović, Mihailo, 49

Kordić, Marija, 135, 144–145

Korošec, Anton, 140

Kosovo, 65, 71, 73, 84, 98–99, 138–139,
Battle of, 66, 26–27, 29, 41–42, 100
Myth, 99–101

‘Kossovo Day’, 27

Kostić, Vasilije (Bishop), 92

Koštunica, Vojislav, 73, 117, 143

Kraljevo (Serbia), 16, 49, 76, 96, 218, 235

Kristallnacht, 138–139

Krstić, Danilo (Bishop), 82

Krstić, Nebojša, 17, 74–75,

Kurir, 73

Lazar, Prince, 99–100

League of Communist of Yugoslavia (SKJ), 59, 64–65, 68

League of Nations, 39

Lebl, Aleksandar, 74, 123–124, 165,

Lelić (Serbia), 1, 20, 56, 67–68, 76, 83–84, 89–90, 97, 100, 105, 207, 218, 225

Lenin, Vladimir Ilich, 46

Leskovice (Serbia), 20

Levy, Bernard-Henri, 146–147

Ljotić, Dimitrije, 3, 47, 49–55, 63, 67, 69, 101, 106, 111, 119

Ljubostinja Monastery (Serbia), 54, 89–90, 92, 97, 112, 161–162, 164, 166

Ljušić, Radoš, 132–133, 135

Lowrie, Donald A., 37

Luther, Martin, 189

Mandelstam, Osip, 191–192

Marčić, Milivoje, 95

Marinković, Vojislav, 140

Marr, Wilhelm, 173

Martyrdom11, 41, 57, 90–95, 97–101, 105, 107–115, 141, 152
as ‘martyrdom myth,’ 101, 108–115, 120, 137, 141, 163–164, 199–200, 232
of Nikolaj Velimirović, 89–90,93–95, 101, 105, 166, 222
of Serbs, 97–100

Marx, Karl, 39

Mayevski, Vladimir, 96

Medaković, Dejan, 217

Mein Kampf, 181–182, 191, 204

Meštrović, Ivan, 28

Metropolitanate of the Serbian Orthodox Church
Karlovac, 32
Montenegro and the Littoral, 13, 32

Mihailović, Draža, 3, 67, 90, 96

Mikulić, Branko, 68–69

Mileusnić, Slobodan, 16, 152–153, 169, 209

Milić od Mačve, see entry for Stanković, Milić

Milivojević, Dionisije (Bishop), 61–62, 102

Milošević, Nikola, 110

Milošević, Slobodan, 2, 15, 73–74, 84–85, 116–117, 119,

Milovanović, Milan, 25

Misionar, 36

Mlada Bosna, 23

Mladenović, Radoš, 16–17, 96, 160, 164, 181–182, 191, 218, 220, 223, 235–236

Moral accountability, 6, 71, 104, 107–108, 119, 141, 167, 175, 232

Moses, 171, 226

Mošić, Aleksandar, 135–136, 144–145

Muller, Heinrich, 93

Najdanović, Dimitrije, 41, 50–51, 64, 157

Najhaus, Aleksandar, 162

Napoleon, 21–22, 48

Nastić, Varnava (Bishop), 90

National Christian Association (Narodna hrišćanska zajednica), see entry for Devotionalist Movement

Nationalism
and Nikolaj Velimirović, 40–42, 47–48, 51
and Serbian Orthodox Church, 59, 65–66, 68–69, 79–80, 84, 97–101, 225
in Serbia in 1980s and 1990s, 74–75, 79–80, 97–101, 115–116,
in Serbia after Milošević, 73, 116–119

Nationalism of St Sava (Velimirović), 49, 72, 119

NATO, 74–75, 133, 147, 218

Nedeljni Telegraf, 134

Nedić, Milan, 3, 50, 55, 67, 106

Nešić, Branimir, 17, 127, 130, 136, 139, 148, 161, 164–165, 185–187, 200–201

Neubacher, Hermann, 55, 106

New Testament, 35, 171–173, 177–178, 182, 185–187, 193

New York Times, 103, 105, 199

Nietzsche, Friedrich, 31–32, 37, 39

NIN, 13, 67, 217

Njegoš’s Religion (Velimirović), 22, 24, 67

Nova Gračanica Monastery, Grayslake, IL (US), 89

Numerus clausus, 140

Nušić, Branislav, 23

Obradović, Boško, 123, 163

Obradović, Mladen, 17, 175, 182

Obraz, Patriotic Movement, 17, 74, 117–118, 142, 144, 175

Odbrana, 75

Offensive rhetoric, 11, 129, 132–133, 155

Ohrid Prologue (Velimirović), 37

Ohrid, 34, 37–39, 47, 89

Old Testament, 171–172, 175, 182, 185, 187, 192, 196, 200, 225–227

Origen, 157, 179–180

Orthodox Seminary
St Sava in Belgrade, 19–20, 22
St Tikhon’s in South Canaan, Pennsylvania, 56, 96

Ovčara Monastery (Serbia), 210

Oxford University, 21, 28

Pajsije, Archimandrite, 89

Pale (Bosnia Herzegovina), 134

Pantelić, Lukijan (Bishop), 98

Parma, Ohio (US), 210

Pašić, Nikola, 24–25

Passion of the Christ, 170, 178

Pasternak, Boris, 191–192

Patriarch, see entries for Pavle, Patriarch (Stojčević), also Dimitrije,
Patriarch (Pavlović), Gavrilo,
Patriarch (Dožić), German,
Patriarch (Đorić), and Varnava,
Patriarch (Rosić)

Patriarchate
of the Serbian Orthodox
Church, 8, 13, 16, 18, 33, 56, 59, 98
Ecumenical, 32–33
of Peć, 33, 65

Pavelić, Ante, 1, 98, 131, 137

Pavković, Nebojša, 75

Pavle, Patriarch (Stojčević), 3, 75, 83, 132, 138, 207, 213–215, 235–236

Pavlović, Dimitrije (Metropolitan), ?see entry for Dimitrije, Patriarch (Pavlović)

Pavlović, Jovan (Metropolitan), 80

Pelagić, Vasa, 46

Peleh, Mihailo Spiridonovich, 46

Peter I Karađorđević, King, 20

Poland, 88, 199

Politika, 13, 43, 54, 48, 66–67, 72, 84, 163

Pontius Pilate, 43

Popov Nebojša, 74, 116, 131

Popović, Danko, 81–82, 109

Popović, Jovan Sterija, 23

Popović, Justin, 41, 64, 67–68, 72, 97, 101, 157–150, 180, 211, 231

Popović, Miodrag, 3

Pravoslavlje (magazine), 3, 8, 13, 16–18, 64–67, 69–70, 98, 148, 153, 155, 226

Prayers by the Lake (Velimirović), 37, 84, 154

Pregled crkve eparhije žičke, 43, 44, 46

Prejudice, 7, 12, 112, 119–121, 126–127, 129, 133–136, 141–144, 148–149, 170, 233–237

Princip, Gavrilo, 27

Prophecy, 198, 208, 215, 219, 226–229

Protestantism, 7, 24–25, 40, 190, 195

Protocols of the Elders of Zion, 46, 192–193

Pupin, Mihailo, 25

Pushkin speech (Dostoyevsky), 31

Racism, 67, 113, 120, 125, 144–145, 172, 181, 233

Radić, Radmila, 63, 74, 116

Radio B92, 13, 130, 154, 183

Radio Free Europe, 13, 111, 115, 171, 176

Radosavljević, Artemije (Bishop), 38–39, 79–81, 93–94, 96–97, 100, 105, 157, 160–161, 180, 218

Radosavljević, Jovan, 17, 71

Radosavljević, Slaven, 84

Radović, Amfilohije (Metropolitan), 15, 39, 64, 72, 79–81, 89, 93, 97, 100, 130, 143, 154, 158–159, 183, 185, 211, 216, 221, 227–229

Rakovica Monastery (Serbia), 22, 89

Ranković, Ljubomir, 18, 72, 80, 93, 96–97, 105, 110, 111–112, 115, 163–165, 168, 171–172, 175–177, 182–183, 185, 187–188, 192–193, 198–203, 224

Rataje (Serbia), 210

Reflections on Good and Evil (Velimirović), 37

Religious Teaching of Talmud, or the Mirror of Kyke Honesty, 46

Renan, Ernest, 88

Repression, 7–11, 119, 126, 228, 230–232
and collective memory, 77
and psychoanalysis, 78–79
discursive reformulation of, 86–88
as replacement, 11, 86–89, 101, 107–110
and the unconscious, 78, 87–89
and its progressive potential, 113

Reversal, 11, 132, 134, 141

Rhetoric, 4–12, 14, 86–87, 94, 108–109, 112, 115, 121, 169–170, 179, 231–234, 238
and “disclaimers,” 144–147

Ribar, Ivan, 58

Rogich, Daniel, 104

Romania, 1, 135, 201

Romanov, Tsar Nikolai, 2, 217

Rubenstein, Richard, 202, 204

Rubin, James, 145

Russian Orthodox Church in Exile, 33, 37, 45–46

Russian Orthodox Church, 34, 217

Russian Revolution, 33, 40, 45, 57, 192

Ružičić, Nikanor (Bishop), 24

St Archangel Michael Monastery, Zemun (Serbia), 15

St Archangel Monastery, Prizren (Kosovo), 218

St Augustin, 157, 179–180

St George’s Day, 28

St John Chrysostom, 4, 72, 157–158, 179–182, 204

St John the Baptist, 72, 203

St Justin the Philosopher Association of Students, 14, 117, 218

St Justin the Philosopher, 181

St Margaret’s Church, Westminster (UK), 27

St Paul’s Cathedral, London (UK), 27

St Petersburg, 22

St Sava Cathedral, Belgrade (Serbia), 71, 83, 207

St Sava Church, Belgrade (Serbia), 83

St Sava Church, London (UK), 226

St Sava Church, Vienna (Austria), 223

St Sava Monastery, Libertyville, IL (USA), 56, 216

St Sava, 4, 6, 9, 38, 40–41, 47–49, 72, 76, 91, 96–97, 100, 112, 130, 133, 211

St Sava’s Day, 58, 61,

St Tikhon’s Orthodox Monastery, St Canaan (US), 56, 210

Samardžić, Predrag, 123–124, 162, 165–166, 168, 171, 173, 193–194

Sarajevo (Bosnia Hezegovina), 23, 27, 29, 69

Šaranović, Radomir, 84

Schliersee Resort (Germany), 55, 103

Second Vatican Council, 7, 173, 188

Serbia in Light and Darkness (Velimirović), 26

Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences (SANU), 2, 80, 217

Serbian Army, 25, 35, 74–75

Serbian Orthodox Church (see also entries for Diocese and Patriarch) and antisemitism, 8–9, 45–46, 122–125, 130, 133, 135–136, 137, 142–144, 148–149
and relations with state after 2000, 116–117, 148
and relations with state under communism, 56–71
and relations with state under Milošević, 83–86
Assembly of Bishops, 53, 60, 75, 82, 91, 98, 111, 171, 208, 212–213, 220–221
Synod, 9,16, 21, 34, 36, 52–53,60, 84, 95, 122–125, 127, 130, 133, 135, 138, 142–143, 147–149, 159, 161, 163, 176, 212–213
and unification in 1919, 33–34

Serbian People as Theodule (Velimirović), 203

Serbian Relief Fund, 26

Serbian Union of Writers, 2, 80

Serbian Volunteer Corps (Srpski dobrovoljački korpus), 50

Serbian–Jewish Friendship Society, 135–138, 141, 145, 235

‘Serbophobia’, 146, 147

Sermons under the Mountain (Velimirović), 22, 31

Šešelj, Vojislav, 73, 84

Seton-Watson, R.W., 26, 29

Shakespeare, William, 32

Šijaković, Bogoljub, 132

Simon Wiesenthal Centre, 190

Skerlić, Jovan, 24

Slijepčević, Đoko, 64, 106

Slovakia, 1, 201

Slovenia, 51–52, 55, 62–63, 68, 106–107

Social remembering (see also entries under Repression), 1–7, 11–12, 79–80, 85, 91, 108–110, 199, 214, 232
and argumentation, 5–6
and individual memory,78–79
and intentionality, 79, 85

Socialist Alliance of the Working
People of Yugoslavia, 64

Soko Monastery, 15, 75–76, 213

South Canaan, Pennsylvania (US), 56, 210–211

Souvenirs from Boka (Velimirović), 20

Spanish Inquisition, 152, 161

Spielberg, Steven, 146–147

Sremski Karlovci (Serbia), 33

Stanković, Milić, 81, 89

Stepinac, Alojzije, 2, 69

Stojadinović, Milan, 43, 52–53

Stojanović Ljubivoje, 18, 155–157, 160

Strossmayer, Josip Juraj, 30

Stuparević, Mihajlo, 19

Sveti Knez Lazar (journal), 13, 218

Svetosavlje, 40–41

Symbols of Faith (Velimirović), 208

Synagogue, 118, 129, 180–181

Talmud, 146, 181, 191

‘Teodulija’, 41–42

Terzić, Dragan, 80

The Agony of the Church (Velimirović), 26

The Hague (Holland), 73, 132, 133

The Soul of Serbia (Velimirović), 26, 29

Tiso, Jozef, 1

Tito, Josip Broz, 3, 55, 57–59, 63–64, 68–69, 71

Todorović, Aleksa, 50, 64

Trifunović, Ela (nee Najhaus), 161, 163–164

Trifunović, Lavrentije (Bishop), 70, 72, 95, 102, 158, 168, 212–213, 225

Trotsky, Leon, 46, 191

Union of Associations of Orthodox Priests, 60–62

Union of Jewish Communities of Serbia, 116, 118, 123, 156

United States, 10, 24–25, 34, 36, 43, 45, 52, 55–56, 62, 64, 83, 91, 105, 207, 210, 215, 221

Uskoković, Mandarije, 34

Ustasha, 2, 58, 89–90, 98–100, 131, 165, 201

Valjevo (Serbia), 18–20, 68, 81

Varnava, Patriarch (Rosić), 47, 49, 52

Vasiljević, Dušan, 90

Vatican (see also entry for Catholic Church), 8, 30, 44, 52, 81, 174, 190, 197, 209, 226, 236,

Večernje Novosti, 13, 21, 63, 67–68, 70, 163–164, 199

Veković, Milutin, 154–155

Velika Plana (Serbia), 36

Velimirović, Jovan (Bishop), 18, 64, 67, 80–82, 94, 100–101, 112, 198, 200, 209–210, 223–224

Velimirović, Nikolaj
adulation in Serbia today, 4, 72–76, 81, 157
after World War II, 55–56
and antisemitism, 9–10, 42–47, 62, 69–71, 77, 104, 112, 116, 120, 134, 140, 152, 154–155, 163, 167–168
and anti-westernism, 32, 39–42
and canonization, 207–227
and Devotionalists, 35–37
and Hitler, 47–49, 52, 54
and Ljotić, 49–52
and reburial in Serbia, 83–84
and rehabilitation in 1980s, 80–85
and Serbs, 40–42
and stance towards Yugoslavia, 29–30
and the Concordat, 30, 52–53
and travels abroad, 21, 25–29, 33–34, 55–56
as Bishop of Žiča, 32–34, 43–50
as prophet, 224–229
campaign against, 61–64, 66–70
childhood and education, 19–23
death, 56, 96, 210
During World War I, 25–29
in Ohrid, 34, 37–38

Veselinović, Steva, 20

Vesnik, 61–62

Victoria and Albert Museum, London (UK), 28

Vojlovica Monastery, 35, 55, 63, 89, 92, 97, 103, 105, 112, 165

Vojno Delo, 74

Vojska, 74–75

Von Loehr, Alexander, 101

Vračevšnice Monastery, 210

Vreme (magazine), 13, 43, 73, 116, 123, 163

Vrnjačka Banja(Serbia), 236

Vukašin (Martyr), 131

West, Rebecca, 27

Words on the All-Man, 31, 37

Words to the Serbian People
Through the Dungeon Window (Velimirović), 44, 70–72, 74, 85, 104–105, 112–113, 119, 123, 153, 163, 168–169, 171,176, 187, 191, 194, 196–200, 202–202, 208, 225, 228–229, 232, 237

World War I, 24–25, 31, 35, 39, 41, 47, 48

World War II, 1–3, 7, 13, 48, 51, 53, 60, 62–63, 70, 72, 88–89, 98–99, 101–102, 103, 105, 111, 117, 120, 136, 139, 152, 161, 166, 190, 198, 201, 225–226, 232

Yad Vashem Remembrance Authority, 138, 166

Yugoslav Committee, 25–26, 28

Zbor, 47, 50–52, 62

Zelenović, Dragutin, 84

Zemun (Serbia), 15, 129

Zernov, Sofija (Milica), 221–222

Žiča Monastery, 32–34, 43–44, 73, 76, 82–83, 90–91, 112, 160, 218, 236

Žički blagovesnik, 13, 48–49,

Zimonjić, Petar (Metropolitan), 101

Zuroff, Ephraim, 190

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