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» Marko Veselica 1936-2017 Croatian economist and politician passed away - article by Ante Glibota
Submitted By Akademik Ante Glibota | Published 02/20/2017 | Croatian spirituality , Human Rights , Science , Politics , History , Education | Unrated
Marko Veselica was distinguished Croatian economist and legendary human rights activist who spent 11 years in communist prisons in 1970s and 80s. We provide an article of his close colleague and friend Academician Ante Glibota, vicepresident of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts and Humanity in Paris, written in Croatian language. We also provide the titles of some of Veselica's relevant books and studies.
» 1138 years since the international recognition of Croatia and 25 years since its diplomatic recognition
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 02/12/2017 | Music , History , Education | Unrated
In the 9th century, more specifically, in 879 AD, Croatia obtained its first international recognition when Pope John VIII sent his letters to Croatian prince Branimir (on the photo is a monument from 9th ct bearing his name). Croatia never lost its state continuity, even when it was a part of other empires, kingdoms and states. For example, Croatian Deit is one of the oldest in Europe, and in this sense, Croatia is
» Jean Lunt Marinovic has published One Day in May – Bleiburg 1945
Submitted By Violi Calvert | Published 02/11/2017 | In Memoriam , History , Education | Unrated
The author's mission in 'One Day in May – Bleiburg 1945' is to provide an up-to-date narrative of events known as the 'Bleiburg Tragedy'.  Written in the English language, this 314 page book focuses on the negotiations at the Bleiburg castle, includes maps and photographs, and provides answers to important questions using numerous sources, including British, American and Croatian. The author, Jean Lunt Marinovic, i
» Zrinski's in Vienna with emphasis on Nikola Subic Zrinski of Siget + 1566
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 12/22/2016 | People , History , Education | Unrated
The defense of Siget by Nikola Šubić Zrinski (on the photo) in 1566 entered all the annals of European history in the 16th century. With his 2500 brave soldiers, mostly Croats, he was defending the fortress of Siget in southern Hungary against 90,000 Turks. Cardinal Richelieu, a famous French minister at the court of King Lui XIII, wrote the following: A miracle was necessary for the Habsburg Empire to survive.
» Josip Sersic author of important monograph about Croatians in Vienna - Kroatisches Wien / Hrvatski Bec
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 12/18/2016 | History , Education | Unrated
Josip Seršić, living in Vienna, prepared a monograph describing the presence of Croatians in Vienna, from the military history to literature, science and music. On the photo is Paula von Preradović, Croatian poetess and writer, author of the verses of Austrian national anthem.  We list some of additional names: noble family of Zrinski's, bishop Lepold Karl Kolonić, Ruđer Bošković, Nikola Toma Host, Nikola Tesla, Ivan Meštrović, Lovro von Ma
» Vukovar 1991 - 2016 and music inspired by the destiny of the Baroque city on Danube river
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 11/19/2016 | Music , In Memoriam , History , Education | Unrated
Twenty five years have passed since the 1991 Vukovar tragedy. We provide several music expressions inspired by the events which marked Croatian contemporary history, as well as that of contemporary Europe. Among others, we provide music by Nenad Bach, Tomislav Ivčić (on the photo), Veritas aeterna, Dalmatino, Klapa Adriaticum, Buco, Miroslav Štivčić and others.
» Hrvojka Mihanovic Salopek presenting Croatian Mariological Heritage of the Sisak Bishopric
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 10/26/2016 | Music , Croatian spirituality , History , Education , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
Veneration of Mary, Mother of Mercy, in the city of Sisak near Croatia's capital Zagreb is the ninth film in the series Digital Recording of the Croatian Mariological Heritage, under the auspices of the Committee for Education, Science and Culture of the Croatian Parliament and the Council for Culture of the Croatian Conference of Bishops. The project leader, scenarist and director is Hrvojka Mihanović-Salopek
» Dr. Peter Frankopan Interview About: The Silk Roads - A New History of the World
Submitted By Steve Rukavina | Published 10/10/2016 | Education , History | Unrated
Dr. Peter Frankopan (left) is Director of the Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research at the University of Oxford. His new book, The Silk Roads: New History of the World has become a best-seller and it's being hailed all over the world as a literary masterpiece. It has already won history book of the year by several media and journalistic outlets. William Dalrymple of the Guardian writes that this book, "is history on a grand scale with a swee
» Ante Gugo: In the Eyes of the STORM
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 08/3/2016 | History , Education | Unrated
Croatian war reporter’s, journalist’s and writer’s Ante Gugo’s best-selling non-fiction book in Croatia “Storm Which We Could Not Avoid” first released in 2015 in the Croatian language, twenty years after Croatia’s August 1995 swift and skillful Operation Storm liberated Krajina part of Croatia’s territory occupied and ethnically cleansed by Serb forces in e


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