Ratko Janev

1939 - 2019

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Ratko Janev (Macedonian: Ратко Jанев) (March 30, 1939 – December 31, 2019) was a Yugoslav and Serbian atomic physicist and academic. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ratko Janev has received more than 17,755 page views. His biography is available in 47 different languages on Wikipedia. Ratko Janev is the 151st most popular physicist, the 23rd most popular biography from Bulgaria and the most popular Bulgarian Physicist.

Ratko Janev is most famous for being the Bosnian Serb general who led a campaign of ethnic cleansing in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Among physicists, Ratko Janev ranks 151 out of 721Before him are Frits Zernike, Benjamin Thompson, Murray Gell-Mann, William Shockley, Hannes Alfvén, and Javier Solana. After him are Hugh Everett III, Robert H. Goddard, Heinrich Rohrer, Georges Charpak, Martin Lewis Perl, and Ben Roy Mottelson.

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Among people born in 1939, Ratko Janev ranks 33Before him are F. Murray Abraham, Ali MacGraw, John Cleese, Tzvetan Todorov, Clay Regazzoni, and Aníbal Cavaco Silva. After him are Zviad Gamsakhurdia, Valeriy Lobanovskyi, Jānis Lūsis, Wes Craven, Ray Manzarek, and Romano Prodi. Among people deceased in 2019, Ratko Janev ranks 28Before him are João Gilberto, Michel Legrand, Anna Karina, Kary Mullis, Beji Caid Essebsi, and Murray Gell-Mann. After him are Li Peng, Gordon Banks, Bert Hellinger, Andrea Camilleri, Marie Fredriksson, and Jean, Grand Duke of Luxembourg.

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In Bulgaria

Among people born in Bulgaria, Ratko Janev ranks 23 out of 313Before him are Julia Kristeva (1941), Boris I of Bulgaria (828), Tiberius II Constantine (520), Kubrat (605), Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1937), and Tzvetan Todorov (1939). After him are Saint Naum (830), Sylvie Vartan (1944), Hristo Stoichkov (1966), Kaloyan of Bulgaria (1168), Fritz Zwicky (1898), and Nicolai Ghiaurov (1929).

Among PHYSICISTS In Bulgaria

Among physicists born in Bulgaria, Ratko Janev ranks 1