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» Dr. Borislav Arapovic elected member of the Russian Academy of Sciences 2010
Dr. Borislav Arapović, Croatian philologist, founder of the Institute for Bible Translation in Stockholm, was elected the foreign member of the famous Russian Academy of Sciences, in 1999 for his work on organizing the translation of the Bible into about 80 non-Slavic languages of the former SU. About eight million copies of the Bible have been issued till now. Founding the Institute for Bible Translation in Moscow in 1997 has been bl
» Croatians in the Banja Luka bishopric in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 11/14/2009 | Human Rights , Croatians in B&H , History , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Dr. Franjo Komarica, bishop of Banja Luka on the left, warmly accepted a group of visitors from Zagreb. He described the life of Croatians from that part of BiH, now scattered throughout the world, as very difficult. Those rare who returned have problems from existential to unsecured basic human rights, as witnessed by the bishop.
» Ivanka Bubalo from Bosnian Posavina and her white shirt
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 09/5/2009 | Croatians in B&H , In Memoriam , Croatian spirituality | Unrated
Ivanka Bubalo, Croatian newspaper-woman, shared the martyrdom of exiled Croats from Bosanska Posavina, reporting about their difficulties in her numerous articles and radio reports. She is a strong representative of what we believe could be called the Croatian spirituality. A monograph "Bijela košuljica Ivanke Bubalo" has been issued by the Plehan Society and Glas koncila in Zagreb.
» Brian Gallagher interviewed Croatian American filmmaker Jack Baric
Submitted By Brian Gallagher | Published 03/21/2009 | Croatian Heroes , Croatians in B&H , Politics , Media Watch , History , Education | Unrated
Exclusive interview with American Croatian filmmaker Jack Baric, the director of the new film, 'Searching for a Storm', published by Croatian Herald (Australia) 13 March 2009. New documentary about 'Operation Storm' which liberated the occupied parts of Croatia in 1995, and saved the city of Bihać in BiH from tragedy. Interviewer: Brian Gallagher, London; Jack Baric on the photo.
» Kristian Krekovic portrayed Mahatma Gandhi, Queen Mother, King Gustav V, etc.
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 03/7/2009 | Croatians in B&H , People , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
Kristian Kreković (1901-1985), distinguished Croatian painter born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, since the end of 2008 has a web site www.kristiankrekovic.com dedicated to his life and work. It was launched by the Associtiation of Friends of the Krekovic Museum in Palma de Mallorca in Spain. Among his numerous portraits, we can find those of Mahatma Gandhi, Queen Mother, King Gustav V, and many others.
» U Hrvatskom Saboru utemeljen Odbor za Hrvate izvan Republike Hrvatske
Sa zadovoljstvom vas obavješćujemo da je odnedavno u najvišem zakonodavnom i predstavničkom tijelu Hrvatske, Hrvatskom Saboru, utemeljen Odbor za Hrvate izvan Republike Hrvatske.  Kako biste se mogli bolje upoznati s radom odbora, u prilogu vam šaljemo podrobniji prikaz njegovog sastava, ovlasti i uloge.
» Eck Spahich distinguished Croatian-American died
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 11/8/2008 | Croatians in B&H , People | Unrated
Ekrem Eck Spahich (1945-2008) was distinguished Croatian American in Texas, born in the town of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 1972, Eck organized the Croatian Philatelitic Society and started the social journal, Trumpeter (Trubljac). He was an active member of  "Bluebonnet" CFU Lodge 1836 in Houston.
» Dr. Ante Čuvalo: Historical Dictionary of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2007, 2nd edition
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 01/14/2008 | Croatians in B&H , History | Unrated
In this update of a 1997 edition, Cuvalo (Joliet Junior Coll.), who is both an academic expert on the Balkans and a native of the region, treats his complex subject with breadth, depth, and clarity... - Nadine Cohen Baker, University of Georgia, Athens
» Catholic confraternity in Philippines promoting Blessed Ivan Merz
Submitted By Kruno Poljak, dipl.ing. | Published 10/26/2007 | Croatians in B&H , Friends In Action , Religion , Croatian spirituality | Unrated
The Confraternity of Catholic Saints, Philippines, is a Roman Catholic organization of young people dedicated in promoting Holiness through the lives and works of the Saints.  It is affiliated to the Offical Promoter of Blessed Ivan Merz.


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