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Bosnian Uprising - Defeat At Battle of Stup
... After a long, intense battle, it seemed Gradaščević had once again defeated the Sultan's army ... troops under the command of Ali-paša Rizvanbegović and Smail-aga Čengić broke through defenses Gradaščević had set up on his flank and joined the fighting ... Gradaščević fled to Gradačac as the imperial army entered the city on June 5 and prepared to march on Travnik ...
Gradačac
... Gradačac (Cyrillic Градачац) is a town and municipality in the northeastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, located roughly 40 km (25 mi) south of the Sava river ... Administratively, Gradačac is part of the Tuzla Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina ... The towns of Bosanski Šamac and Modriča lie near Gradačac ...
Gradaščica
... The Gradaščica is a river in Slovenia ... the Mali Graben Canal and the rest continues as the Gradaščica (also known as the Mestna Gradaščica 'Town Gradaščica') ... Confluence of Horjulščica Creek (left) with the Gradaščica (right) Beginning of the "Town Gradaščica" (left) in the Vrhovci neighborhood of Vič Confluence of the Gradaščica (left) with Glinščica ...
Bosnian Uprising - Rising Tide and Early Succeses
... Gradaščević thus asked all involved to help assemble an army beforehand ... On March 29, 1831, Gradaščević set out towards Travnik with some 4,000 men ... Meanwhile, Gradaščević sent a detachment of his forces, under the command of Memiš-aga of Srebrenica, to meet Sulejmanpašić's reinforcements ...
Grada, Poland
... Grada (German Gradda) is a settlement in the administrative district of Gmina Stawiguda, within Olsztyn County, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, in northern ...