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Mladen Ibler 1937-2017 distinguished Croatian medical scientist and diplomat
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published  12/1/2017 | People , In Memoriam , Education | Unrated
Croatian ambassador to Sweden, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland, Australian and New Zealand


His Excellency Dr Mladen Ibler,
Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia in Australia from 1999 to 2005.


Mladen Ibler

Izvanredni i opunomoćeni veleposlanik Republike Hrvatske u Švedskoj sa sjedištem u Stockholmu od 1996. do 1999. godine. Akreditiran u Republici Finskoj od 1997. do 1998. godine te u Republici Estoniji, Republici Litvi i Republici Latviji od 1997. do 1999. godine. Izvanredni i opunomoćeni veleposlanik u Australiji sa sjedištem u Canberri od 1999. do 2005. godine, akreditiran u Novom Zelandu od 2000. do 2005. godine.
Rođen je u Zagrebu 18. prosinca 1937. godine.

Diplomirao je medicinu na Medicinskom fakultetu u Zagrebu 1963. godine, također stekao diplomu Medicinskog fakulteta u Aarhusu, Danska 1969. Specijalizirao anesteziologiju i intenzivnu medicinu 1975., docent je kliničke anesteziologije na medicinskom fakultetu u Kopenhagenu i predavač na post-graduate tečajevima anesteziologije Svjetske zdravstvene organizacije (WHO) od 1975. do 1979. godine. Od 1979. šef Odjela za anesteziologiju i intenzivnu medicinu Općinske bolnice u Holbaeku, Danska. Stručno i znanstveno se usavršavao u Hustonu, Minneapolisu i Grazu. Objavio preko pedeset originalnih radova iz područja anesteziologije i intenzivne medicine te predavao na međunarodnim kongresima i simpozijima u domovini, SAD i europskim zemljama. Od 1978. savjetnik SOS-Internationala u Kopenhagenu. Dobitnik je više međunarodnih stipendija za znanstvena istraživanja na području anesteziologije i kliničke fiziologije. Član je Hrvatskog zbora lječnika i skandinavskih lječničkih udruga.

Od 1972. objavio veći broj članaka o hrvatskoj povijesti, politici i kulturi u domaćim, iseljeničkim i inozemnim časopisima i novinama. O istim temama je držao predavanja na Sveučilištu u Aarhusu, televiziji i u danskom Parlamentu. Organizirao hrvatski seminar na međunarodnim konferencijama Zaklade za mir i sporazumijevanje u Kopenhagenu 1989. i u Beču 1991. godine.

God. 1990. organizira Hrvatsku kulturnu zajednicu u Kopenhagenu i njen je predsjednik. U suglasnosti s Predsjednikom Republike, neslužbeni je predstavnik Republike Hrvatske u Kraljevini Danskoj od 1990. do 1993.

Imenovan je opunomoćenikom Hrvatskog Crvenog križa u Danskoj 1992. godine, te počasnim konzulom RH u Danskoj od 1994. do 1996. godine.

Član je Hrvatskog diplomatskog kluba od 2005. godine.

Supruga Tove, rođena Kierkegaard, ortodontska tehničarka, troje djece.

Nositelj je odličja Reda kneza Branimira s ogrlicom i Spomenice domovinske zahvalnosti, koje je primio od Dr. Franje Tuđmana, prvog predsjednika Republike Hrvatske.


Mladen Ibler

Dr. Mladen Ibler was born in Zagreb, Croatia, on the 18th of December 1937. Married, with three children. Besides Croatian, he was fluent in English, Danish, German and Russian. Having completed high school in Zagreb in 1956, he studied medicine and graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of the Univeristy of Zagreb in 1963 and from the Faculty of Medicine in Aarhus, Denmark, 1967. Specialist in anaesthesiology and intensive medicine at the University of Copenhagen Medical school, 1978. Assistant professor at the Faculty of Medicine and lecturer at the World Health Organisation postgraduate scourses in Copenhagen 1975/79. Chief of the Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care from 1979-96.

Professional and scientific training at the universities and clinics in Houston, Minneapolis, Urbino, Stockholm and Graz. Published over fifty scientifc papers, lectured at the international congresses and sympositums in Croatia, the Unieted States and Scandinavian medical societies.

Besides mentioned, he published a number of research articles on the Scandianavian history, politics and culture in the Croatian and interntional periodical/reviews and lectured on the same topics at the Croatian, Scandinavian and Australian universities, politicla forums, radio and TV. He organized Croatian workshops at the Internationa Peace and Understanding Conferenence in Copenhagen (1989) and Vienna (1991) and lectured at the same conference in Copenhagen (1994).

As the president of the Croatian Cultural Association in Denmark, he worked on the internationl recognition of Croatia and the estabishment of political and diplomatic relations between those two countries. In 1992 he became a representative of the Croatian Red Cross and coordinator for the Croatia humanitarian aid in Denmark.

Honorary Consul of Croatia to Denmark 1994. Having completed Diplomatic Academy in Zagreb, ambassador to Sweden, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Finland domiciled in Stockholm in 1996. From 1999 till 2005 he was ambassador of Croatia to Australia and New Zealand, with docmicile in Canberra.

He was a memeber of Croatian Diplomatic Club since 2005.

With his wife Tove, b. Kierkegaard, he has three children.

Dr. Ibler was a winner of a number of international grants for research in anaesthesiology and applied clinical physisology. For his work pro patria, Dr. Franjo Tudjman, the first President of the Republic of Croatia, decorated him with the Order of Prince Branimir with Ribbon and the Homealnd Gratitutde Memorial Medal.





Dr. Mladen Ibler and Dr. Zdenko Franić by the bust of the first Croatian president Dr. Franjo Tuđman.


Mladen Ibler:
The Journey of the Scandinavian King Eric of Pomerania through Croatia 1424-5


Eric of Pomerania, King of the three Scandinavian realms, travelled through Croatia on his way to the Holy Land in 1424-5. Using hitherto unknown sources from the extremely rich archives of Dubrovnik, the medieval city of Ragusa, the present article describes this stage of the King's journey. Special emphasis is given to Eric's visit to Dubrovnik, where he was given a royal reception by the senate and the people of the city, and to the relationship he established with the Frankopans, a leading noble family in Croatia. It is shown that Eric must have made friends with the young count Ivan Anz Frankopan. He took part in the King's visit to Venice and in his journey to the Holy Land; and later on, from 1426 to 1434, he appears as a royal officer, holding several important castles in Sweden on the King's behalf. Because both Venetian and Scandinavian sources refer to him under the Italian name of "Gian Franchi", historians have been unaware that the royal officer in Sweden is identical with the Croatian count. An appendix gives a list of the sources in the Dubrovnik Archive, which mention the Scandinavian king; Ivan Mustac, Director of the Archive, prepared this.

Source Historie, tidsskrift.dk

Historie/Jyske Samlinger, Bind 2001 (2001) 2
Mladen Ibler: Kong Erik af Pommerns rejse igennem Kroatien 1424-25



Dr. Mladen Ibler, former Croatian diplomat, near the
remains of the Stegebrog Castle in Östergötland, Sweden.


"Ivan VI. Anž Frankopan u službi nordijskog kralja" - knjiga Mladena Iblera

Napisao: Berislav Tomičić, 13. listopada 2014.

Član naše udruge, bivši veleposlanik Republike Hrvatske u Švedskoj i Australiji, dr. Mladen Ibler, predstavio je svoju knjigu "Ivan VI. Anž Frankopan - U službi nordijskog kralja", na uobičajenom mjestu okupljanja HKUUD u Gentofte Frivilligcenter, Smakkegĺrdsvej 71, Gentofte, 9. studenog 2014. Ovu priliku iskoristili smo i kao priliku za ugodno druženje naših članova.

Knjiga "Ivan VI. Anž Frankopan - U službi nordijskog kralja", pisana na hrvatskom jeziku, objavljena je u Hrvatskoj u drugoj polovini studenog 2014., u nakladi izdavačke kuće Meridijani, kada je službeno predstavljena u Zagrebu.



Ova interesantna knjiga o srednjevjekovnoj povijesti osvjetljava tada rijetku, ali i značajnu vezu hrvatskog i skandinavskog plemstva. Sažetak otkriva pobliže o kakvoj vezi se radi.

Sažetak

U okviru srednjevjekovne povijesti Europe i svog geostrateškog položaja, hrvatsko je plemstvo održavalo veze s raznim krajevima Europe. Odnosi između knezova Frankopana i prvog kralja Skandinavske (kalmarske) unije, Erika VII. Pomeranskog te pojedini detalji njegovu putovanju po južnoj Hrvatskoj, i o posjetu Dubrovniku slabije su poznati.

U ovoj knjizi, uz povijesne izvore prvog reda i snimke izvornih dokumena, opisuje se veza između Erika Pomeranskog i Ivana Frankopana, Erikov put u Svetu zemlju, Hrvatsku i Veneciju te uloga dubrovačke diplomacije pri tom putu. Posebice se na temelju dubrovačkih, mletačkih te danskih i švedskih povijesnih izvora navode i analiziraju podatci o boravku Ivana VI. Frankopana - u skandinavskim izvorima poznatog pod imenom Gian Franchi, Johan Franke ili Johan Vale - kao kraljevskog upravitelja dvorca Stegeborg i pripadajuće županije ÖstergĂśtland u Švedskoj.

Izvor Hrvatska Kulturna Udruga u Danskoj



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