1892 – Born in Dolac, Austria-Hungary on the 9th of October.
1941 – His ambassadorship ended in after the German invasion of Yugoslavia.
1945 – Andri lived quietly in Belgrade, completing the three of his most famous novels which were published, including The Bridge on the Drina.
– Wrote the Bosnian Story.
1961 – He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature "for the epic force with which he has traced themes and depicted human destinies drawn from the history of his country.
1968 – He began reducing his public activities.
1975 – He became increasingly ill and eventually died on the 13th of March, in Belgrade.