There are several natal charts of Serbia given by the Serbian astrologer Branka Stamenkovic on her website.
July 13, 1878 AD JC, 2:58 pm LMT, Belgrade (44n50, 20e30).
Source: Nicholas Campion in The Book of World Horoscopes quotes Times from July 15, 1878, page 8.
March 6, 1882 AD JC, 11:45 am LMT, Belgrade (44n50, 20e30).
Source: Zemunske novine, specijalan broj, Istorija radikalne stranke od postanka do 1903. godine, godina IX, broj 190, nova serija broj 21, Zemun, avgust 1997, str. 52. (Zemun local newspapers, special issue, The History of Radical Party from its inception until the year 1903, year IX, issue No. 190, new series No. 21, Zemun, August 1997, page 52.)
December 1, 1918 AD JC, 8:00 pm CET, Belgrade (44n50, 20e30).
Source: Milorad Pavlovic Krpa, Kralj Aleksandar I Karadjordjevic u ratu i miru, Narodna knjiga, Beograd, 1991. (Milorad Pavolovic Krpa, King Alexander I Karadjordjevic in war and in peace, Narodna knjiga, Belgrade, 1991.)
November 29, 1945, 5:35 pm CET, Belgrade (44n50, 20e30).
Source: Zapisnici NKOJ-a i privremene vlade DFJ 1943-1945, Memorijalni centar "Josip Broz Tito" i Arhiv Josipa Broza Tita, Beograd, 1991, str. 666-668. (Proceedings of NKOY and provisional DFY government 1943-1945, Memorial Center "Josip Broz Tito" and Archive of Josip Broz Tito, Belgrade, 1991, pages 666-668.)
April 27, 1992, 2:04 pm CEDT, Belgrade (44n50, 20e30).
Source: Live National TV broadcast of the Federal Parliament Session during which new Constitution was proclamed.
February 4, 2003, 8:07 pm CET, Belgrade (44n50, 20e30).
Source: Live National TV broadcast of the Federal Parliament Session during which new Constitutional Charter was proclamed.
Zoran Zivkovic, Serbian Prime Minister, leader of the Democratic Party - born on December 22, 1960, time unknown, in Nis, Serbia (43n19, 21e54).
Source: Biographies published in all major newspapers in Serbia after Zoran Zivkovic was appointed Serbian Prime Minister in March 2003.
Zoran Djindjic, former Serbian Prime Minister, assasinated - born on August 1, 1952, 10.46 am CET, Bosanski Samac, Bosnia (45n04, 18e28).
Source: Alexander Imsiragic gives the time of 10.46, but is unable to cite the source. Astrologer Bata Stevancev from Novi Sad claims that Zoran Djindjic personaly gave away 11.00 CET as his birth time in the "Minimaxovizija" television show, on TV Pink, in the early 90's. Bata Stevancev watched the show himself.
Assassinated on March 12, 2003, 12:25 CET, Belgrade (44n50, 20e30).
Source: Official police statement, as reported in all printed and electronic media.
Vojislav Kostunica, former Yugoslavian President and leader of Democratic Party of Serbia - born on March 24, 1944, 1:55 pm CET, Belgrade (44n50, 20e30).
Source: 1) Daily newspaper Politika, October 9, 2000, page 4, states that Kostunica has "an Aries Sun and Leo Rising". 2) Alexander Imsiragic gives 13.55 , but does not know the source. 3) Dragana Drincevic, in magazine Horoscope, issue no. 14, gives 11.55. 4) Branka Trikic-Glumac, in her book "Astrological portraits of famous people, gives 13.15.
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