|Occupation||Leader of a group of Serbian revolutionaries|
Sava Dedobarac (Serbian: Сава Дедобарац) was a leader of a group of Serbian revolutionaries in the First Serbian Uprising in the vicinity of Grdelica. In March 1807, as a comrade-in-arms of Ilija Strelja's troops, significant victories were made over the Turkish army. The Turkish offensive and defeat at Dedobar inn (han) caused new migrations of Serbian refugees to Karađorđe's Serbia.He was named after the village of Dedina Bara (in the municipality of Leskovac), where he was killed in 1809 in defense of his homeland.
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