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» Carmen Verlichak Vrljičak: Hrvati u Argentini - Croatians in Argentina
Carmen Verlichak is distiguished Croatian writer living in Buenos Aires, Argentina, born in Madrid, Spain, expert in the history of Croatians in South America. In 2011 her publishing house Krivodol Press seated in Buenos Aires, and named after a small Croatian village of Krivodol from which her predecessors arrive, issued an extremely interesting book Hrvati u Argentina (Croatians in Argentina), in Croatian langauge. It is closely related t
» Casting Call For House Hunters International
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 06/6/2011 | Svi putevi vode u Hrvatsku , Media Watch , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
House Hunters International, on Home and Garden TV is looking for people who have recently relocated to Croatia to appear on the show. Being on the show is a lot of fun for participants and a great way for them to document their exciting search for a home and new life abroad.  It's also a very positive show which offers a wonderful opportunity to inform our viewers about interesting countries and cultures worldwide. It can drive interest in
» Joseph Mikulec Croatian globetrotter appearing in a silent movie 1922
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/29/2011 | Sports , People , Education , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
Message from Angelina E. Payne, Canada:  "Hello, I happened upon the name of Joseph Mikulec while watching old silent films by the National Film Preservation Foundation. It's from 1922 and I thought that perhaps it might interest you. ... I, too, would love to know what became of this interesting fellow as well as his book." Josip Mikulec met the American president Theodore Roosevelt three times. Mikulec made thousands of kilometers on foot
» Zvonimir Ranogajec preserves the story of the Croatian diaspora on film
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 10/13/2010 | Bilingual , Culture And Arts , Croatian Life Stories , Community | Unrated
  This historic image of Croatians demonstrating in Washington D.C. for Croatian independence in 1991 is one of many that Zvonimir Ranogajec has captured on over 250 documentary films spanning a period of 30 years about the Croatian communities in Canada and the United States.
» Julienne Eden Busic's second book "Your Blood and Mine" available in English
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 09/15/2010 | Culture And Arts , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
In her best-selling autobiography, "Lovers and Madmen", Julienne Eden Busic wrote about the events leading up to her participation, in the 1976 political hijacking of an American TWA plane. Thirteen years later, the author shares in her acclaimed second book, "Your Blood and Mine", an intimate glimpse into the meaning of suffering, commitment, and waiting.
» Croatians of Chicagoland book set to launch May 17, 2010
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 04/8/2010 | History , Culture And Arts , Croatian Life Stories , Community | Unrated
The Chicago area is home to more than 150,000 people of Croatian descent. In its heyday, the community grew so robust, it was known as the "second Croatian Capital." In her new book "Croatians of Chicagoland, " Maria Dugandzic-Pasic examines how this community and its leaders, clergy, laborers, politicians, athletes, benevolent societies and social organizations helped build and shape Chicago's history.
» Julienne Eden Busic: Your Blood and Mine, waiting for Zvonko for 32 years
Julienne Eden Bušić's speech at the book promotion, "Your Blood and Mine", held in an overcrowded hall of the Mimara Palace in Zagreb, May 21, 2009, in the presence of her husband Zvonko, both on the photo from 1970s. They met each other again in 2008 after 32 years of separation.
» Drazen Domjanic and his wonderful musical family in Liechtenstein
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 06/5/2009 | People , Culture And Arts , Croatian Life Stories , Music | Unrated
Dražen Domjanić is Croatian pianist born in the town of Čakovec, living with his family in Liechtenstein. He is artistic director of Musik & Jugend (Music and Youth Foundation) which organized many master classes and concerts aiming to help young musicians from Central Europe, with emphasis on Croatia. His children Sara and Andreas are also musicians, playing violin and piano.
» Kronika povratka Zvonka Busica u Hrvatsku
Submitted By Julienne Busic | Published 05/14/2009 | History , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
Nakon 32 godine provedene u američkim kazamatima Zvonko Bušić vratio se u domovinu Hrvatsku. Dne 24. srpnja 2008. godine sletio je u zagrebačku zračnu liku, gdje ga je uz suprugu Julienne dočekao i velik broj rodbine, prijatelja i poštovatelja iz javnog i političkog života Hrvatske. Bušić je kao zatvorenik s najdužim stažom deportiran iz Terre Hautea, gdje je bio jedini nemuslimanski zatvorenik.


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