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» Nikola Tesla's schooling in Croatia and his professor of physics Martin Sekulic
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 01/18/2020 | Science , History , Education | Unrated
Here is Tesla's description of Martin Sekulić, his professor of Physics at the Higher Real School in Rakovac (near the city of Karlovac in Croatia, when Tesla was at the age of 14-17): I had become intensely interested in electricity under the stimulating influence of my Professor of Physics, who was an ingenious man and often demonstrated the principles by apparatus of his own invention... It is impossible for me to
» Golden formula of Croatian language "ČA - KAJ - ŠTO"
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 01/16/2020 | Croatian Language , Science , History , Education | Unrated
The golden formula of the Croatian language "ČA - KAJ - ŠTO" is a Croatian intangible cultural asset listed on the List of Intangible Cultural Property of the Republic of Croatia in November 2019. The author, Dr Drago Štambuk, is proponent and author of the concept of preservation of knowledge and practices provided by the close connection of Croatian language. We also announce the Scientific Conference on Computer Lingui
» Vladimir Novak: Croatians in America, fascinating photomonograph published in 2018
  Vladimir Novak (1928-2016)
» Vladimir Paleček Croatian humanist and founder of "Hungry Child" international fund in Croatia 1969
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/19/2019 | Croatian spirituality , Human Rights , Politics , History , Education , Charity | Unrated
Vladimir Paleček: "A catastrophic earthquake hit Sicily in 1968 in which many men, women, and children lost their lives. Gibellina, Salaparuta, Santa Margarita, and Montevago were wiped off the map. ... When I walked through these places, when I saw hundreds of tents which had to replace warm homes, when I saw children without parents, when I saw children naked, barefooted, and hungry, who crowded around me, I came t
» Josip Krsul Croatian-American soldier at Iwo Jima at the age of 108 in 2019
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 02/14/2019 | History , Education | Unrated
Josip Kršul is probably the oldest living veteran of the Iwo Jima battle, born in 1911, now at the age of 108 (in 2019). He has Croatian roots, and was born in the town of Selca on the Croatian coast, SE of the city of Rijeka. Hundred years since his birth, in 2011, he was back to Croatia again and to his native town of Selca. Several other Croatian heroes are known to have become a part of American history: Pete
» Photo of the Year and the Family of the Year for 2018
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 01/1/2019 | Sports , People , History , Entertainment , Education | Unrated
As a photo of the year we have chosen a detail from spectacular return of Croatian national team to the city of Zagreb, with a bus reliably driven for several hours by a nice lady (on the photo) along impossibly stuffed streets, without any accident or any injury. This is a feat maybe even more amazing that the wins of Croatian national football team agains teams like Argentina (led by outstanding world class Me
» Artur R. Bagdasarov published an important book "Armenija - Noina zemlja" in 2018
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 12/1/2018 | Science , History , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Artur R. Bagdasarov, an Armenian scholar living in Moscow, is an expert in Croatian language and history. His newest book "Armenija - Noina zemlja" is his fifth book in Croatian language, and the third dealing with Armenia. Among interesting novelties published in the book, we mention the name of an Armenian Vagan Melik-Karaganjan, a honory citizen of the city of Biograd, who built the first hospital in this Croatia
» Ante Glibota delivered a lecture at UNESCO, Paris 2018, on the occasion of 100 years since the First WW
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 10/23/2018 | Science , History , Education | Unrated
Ante Glibota, distinguished Croatian scholar, delivered a lecture at the International Conference "Hundred Years Since the First World War" organized in Paris by UNESCO, 21st September 2018. His lecture, delivered in French, was entitled "The Causes of the First World War and Its Impact on the International Relations in the 20th Century". Mr. Glibota is one of three vicepresidents of the European Academy of Sciences,
» World Cravat Day 18th October - the origin of the CRAVAT and of its universally known name is Croatia
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 10/19/2018 | History , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
CRAVAT, the universaly known name of the necktie, has its origin in the name ov Croats. As an unavoidable fashion element, especially for representative pruposes, it can be met in the remotest parts of the Globe. It is without any doubt the most widespread fashion element in the world, bearing a national name. On the photo on the left is Ivan Gundulic (1589-1638), distinguished Croatian Renaissance writer from D


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