Šabac (Serbian Cyrillic: Шабац, pronounced [ʃâbat͡s]) is a city and the administrative centre of the Mačva District in western Serbia. The traditional centre of the fertile Mačva region, Šabac is located on the right banks of the river Sava. According to the 2011 census
Šabac je grad u Mačvanskom okrugu. Prema popisu iz 2011. imao je 53.919 stanovnika. Šabac, koji se nalazi u zapadnoj Srbiji na obali reke Save, razvio se oko utvrđenja podignutih uz reku (Zaslon, Bigir Delen). Privredno je, kulturno i administrativno središte Mačvanskog okruga. Letnjikovac je selo koje se nalazi pored Šapca.
Šabac (izvirno srbsko Шабац) je mesto v Srbiji, ki je središče istoimenske občine; slednja pa je del Mačvanskega upravnega okraja. Šabac, ki leži v zahodni Srbiji, na bregu reke Save, se je razvil iz srednjeveške utrdbe. Mesto je kulturno in administrativno središče Mačvanskega okrožja
- Retribution and Axis recapture of Mačva
The Attack on Šabac was attack of the united rebel forces of the Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland, forces of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia and Pećanac Chetniks against German forces garrisoned in Šabac in Axis-occupied Yugoslavia in period between 21—26 September 1941, during the Uprising in Serbia. The commander of all forces was Chetnik Captain Dragoslav Račić, commander of the Chetnik Cer Detachment composed of five companies with about 1,500 soldiers. Račić participated in...
During the Axis invasion of Yugoslavia the German forces occupied Šabac on 13 April 1941. Draža Mihailović and group of Yugoslav officers gathered on Ravna Gora in May 1941 and marked the beginning of the establishment of Chetnik detachments of Yugoslav Army as the ...
On 25 August Račić and Jerković composed and sent a letter to Draža Mihailović asking for his approval for joint action of Chetniks and Partisans against the Axis forces, emphasizing that there is atmosphere of population of the region for united struggle against the ...
The rebel forces were composed of three different factions: 1. Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland forces 2. Communist controlled Partisan forces 3. Chetniks of Kosta Pećanac Račić was commander of all forces attacking Šabac, the Chetniks, the Partisans and detachment of ...
The Axis forces in Šabac had 3rd battalion of the 724th Infantry regiment of 704th Division and 5th company of 750th regiment of 718th Division.
The joint Chetnik and Partisan forces in other parts of the region of Mačva started their cooperation and scored several important victories against the Axis forces. In the Battle of Loznica waged on 30 August 1941, the rebels commanded by Chetnik commander Veselin Misita ...
To avoid surrender, the German garrisons in Užice and Požega were retreated from these towns swiftly captured by Chetniks right after the German retreat. On the other hand, already besieged German garrison in Šabac organized extensive preparations for rebel attack ...
The exact date for rebel attack on Šabac was delayed two times, it was first set for 10 September and then for 17 September, and the rebel leaders agreed on their meeting in Štitar held on 19 September 1941 to set the final date for attack on Šabac to be 21 September ...
In the night between 23 and 24 September General Franz Böhme ordered capture of all male population of Šabac of age between 14 and 70 to be imprisoned in the concentration camp north of river Sava. On the same night the units of German army and smaller number of Ustaše forces arrived to Šabac to help to execute this order and to clean the region of Mačva from rebel forces. Until the end of September all territory of Mačva was again captured by Axis forces with final balance of 1,130 ...
At the end of September and beginning of October, the significant part of the territory of Serbia was under rebel control. It encompassed almost all territory of Western Serbia except German garrisons in Šabac, Valjevo and Kraljevo. About one million people lived on the rebel-controlled territory where both resistance movements organized a separate mobilization of the armed units. The German command in Serbia under Franz Böhme employed additional forces and organized Operation "Cleansing ...
Šabac fortress, is a fortress next to modern day Šabac, on the right riverbank of Sava.
Originally the location where the fortress was built was a trading square of the settlement known as Zaslon, where the merchants from Ragusa would trade their goods. The fortress was built in 1471 by Isa-Beg Ishaković, but soon afterwards, in 1476, it was captured by the Hungarian army with the help of the Serbian despot Vuk Grgurević, who kept the Šabac fortress under his control for more than four decades. In 1521, on his campaign on the way to Belgrade, Suleiman the Magnificent ...
Originally, the fortress was made of wood with earth ramparts and trenches, on an artificial island. Subsequently, the fortress was mostly constructed in brick. It has symmetrical rectangular foundation, with one circular tower in each corner. Its construction is similar to the fortress in Kladovo, which indicates that both fortresses were built around the same time.
- Strategic fortification
Fudbalski klub Mačva Šabac (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски клуб Мачва Шабац, lit. 'Mačva Šabac Football Club') is a football club from Šabac , Serbia . One of the oldest football clubs in Serbia, their nickname is Provincijski Urugvaj (The Provincial Uruguay).
- 1919; 102 years ago
- Gradski stadion Šabac
- Fudbalski klub Mačva Šabac
- Provincijski Urugvaj (Provincial Uruguay)