Mehmed-pasha Vidajić

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Mehmed-pasha Vidajić
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DiedAugust 1806
OccupationMilitary commander

Mehmed-pasha Vidajić (c. 1770-August 1806) was a Turkish military commander and captain of Zvornik. He agreed to the seven points and achieved peace with Anta Bogićević and Jevta Savić Čotrić with Karađorđe's consent. [1]With 3,000 soldiers, he went from Bosnia and penetrated the territory of Jadar and forced Karađorđe into battle at Ranutovac on 27 January 1806, but Vidajić was forced to withdraw on 7 February 1806 back to Bosnia, where he sought refuge in the city of Hasan-pasha of Gradac with a considerably reduced force. Vidajić with his two sons perished in the Battle of Mišar, Karađorđe's greatest victory.[2][3][4]


  • Dobrilo Arnaitović, Podrinje u ustanicima, pp. 180


  1. "Svecovek - Ustrojstvo".
  2. Добрило Арнаитовић, Подриње у устаницима, pp. 180
  4. "Serbia's greatest victory behind Kosovo in 1389!".

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