1. Education Pioneer
Mihailo Petrovic Alas was a Serbian scientist and inventor who was determined to further his education. After completing his studies in Serbia in 1889, he set off for Paris to continue his learning. There, he was exposed to the latest scientific developments and was able to expand his knowledge and skills. His time in Paris was invaluable, and it enabled him to become one of the most influential scientists and inventors of his time.
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2. " 19th century Math Genius"
Mihailo Petrovic Alas achieved great academic success in the late 19th century, obtaining his degree from Sorbonne University in 1891 and his doctorate in the field of differential equations in 1894. His doctorate was a remarkable accomplishment, as differential equations are a complex branch of mathematics that require a deep understanding of calculus and analytical geometry. Alas' success in this field is a testament to his intelligence and dedication to his studies.
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3. Royal Academy Member at 31
At the tender age of 31, Mihailo Petrovic Alas achieved a remarkable feat when he was made a full member of the Serbian Royal Academy in 1899. His appointment to the esteemed institution was a testament to his remarkable intellect and dedication to his craft, and it was a remarkable accomplishment for someone so young. Alas' appointment to the Academy was a major milestone in his career, and it was a sign of the great things to come from this brilliant mind.
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4. Mihailo Petrovic Alas, fisherman extraordinaire
Mihailo Petrovic Alas was a passionate fisherman, so much so that his nickname was derived from his favorite pastime. 'Alas' is a Serbian word meaning 'river fisherman', and it was a fitting title for Mihailo, who spent many hours by the river, fishing and enjoying the peacefulness of nature. He was an avid angler, and his love of fishing was well-known among his friends and family.
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5. A Man of Many Talents and a Passion for Music
Mihailo Petrovic Alas was a man of many talents, and one of his passions was music. He was an accomplished violinist, and in 1896 he founded the musical society Suz to share his love of music with others. This society was dedicated to the promotion of classical music, and it quickly became a popular gathering place for music lovers in the area. Petrovic Alas was a true visionary, and his legacy lives on in the music society he founded.
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6. Highly Accomplished Individual
Mihailo Petrovic Alas was a highly accomplished individual, having been a member of over 15 groups and societies. These included the Yugoslav Academy, as well as a number of societies in Prague, Paris and France. His membership of these groups and societies demonstrates his commitment to learning and his dedication to the advancement of knowledge.
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7. 9th Belgrade Gymnasium Named After Mihailo Petrovic Alas
The Ninth Belgrade Gymnasium, founded in 1962, proudly bears the name of Mihailo Petrovic Alas, a renowned Serbian educator and scholar. The school is officially titled "IXth Grammar School 'Mihailo Petrovic-Alas'", a fitting tribute to the man who was a pioneer in the field of education and a major influence in the development of the Serbian educational system.
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8. 14-Year-Old Mihailo Petrovic Alas Becomes Master Fisherman
At the age of 14, Mihailo Petrovic Alas began his apprenticeship as a fisherman in 1882. After 13 years of hard work and dedication, he achieved the title of master fisherman in 1895. His commitment to the craft was evident, and his skill and knowledge of the trade was highly respected by his peers.
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9. Dedicated military man Mihailo Petrovic Alas passed away
Mihailo Petrovic Alas was a dedicated military man, having served as an officer in the First World War and remaining a reserve officer afterwards. He was a highly respected figure in the Serbian army, and his commitment to the cause was unwavering. He was a leader in the field, and his bravery and courage in the face of danger was an inspiration to those around him. His service to his country was invaluable, and his legacy will live on in the hearts of those who knew him.
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10. Serbian Soldier Captured in World War 2 Still Serves Country
During World War 2, Mihailo Petrovic Alas was captured by the Germans when the war broke out in Yugoslavia. Despite this, he still served in the war, showing his dedication to his country. He was a prominent figure in the Serbian military, and his capture was a major blow to the Yugoslavian forces.