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» CROATIA HAS CHANGED ME! 15 Things I Started Doing After Moving to Zagreb!
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/12/2021 | Entertainment , Education , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
Sarah Cosi: ...I discovered Croatia on one of my trips back in 2007, where I fell in love with the country (and then ended up marrying a local, who is now also my business partner at Royal Croatian Tours). Since we both love exploring and showing people the beauty of Croatia, opening our own agency just came naturally. We think we make an excellent combo, as Ivan is a local Croatian and knows all of the ins and outs of Croatia, w
» Marina Jurica singing meteorologist lead commentator for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory since 2019
Marina Jurica graduated from UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) with two degrees: one in Meteorology and the other in Opera Performance. She is persuing both of her passions. She worked in Orlando, Florida, before becoming chief meteorologist at CBS47 in 2016. She was the first female chief meteorologist in the USA, and is still one of the few female chiefs. She appeared as professional opera singer in the Canadian tour of "L
» Christophe Dolbeau published his monograph "By the Croatian Patriots" in French in 2019
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 09/10/2020 | Human Rights , Politics , Education , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
Christophe Dolbea published his new monograph entitled Aux cotes des patriotes croates (By the Croatian Patriots), as a private edition, in 2019. The book commprises 11 chapters, and ends with a complete bibliography of the author. In the middle of the book, twelve pages containing the photos of the main persons described in the book are exhibited. The book deals with Croatian emmigration in France, with parts of which the author was v
» Vladimir Novak: Croatians in America, fascinating photomonograph published in 2018
  Vladimir Novak (1928-2016)
» New Book: "Immigrant Daughter: Stories You Never Told Me" by Catherine Capphahn
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 10/1/2019 | Culture And Arts , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
American-born Catherine knows little of her Croatian mother's early life. When Marijana dies of ovarian cancer, twenty-two-year-old Catherine finds herself cut off from the past she never really knew. As Catherine searches for clues to her mother's elusive history, she discovers that Marijana was orphaned during WWII, nearly died as a teenager, and escaped from Communist Yugoslavia to Rome, and then South America. Through travel
» Teresa Perinic and the King of Dolls representing Croatia at the Day of Europe in Argentina
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 05/13/2019 | Politics , Culture And Arts , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
The Day of Europe has been celebrated on 9th of May 2019 in Buenos Aires. It consisted in Common Stories (Historias Comunes) connecting Europe and Argentina, in which also Croatia has participated. The collection of common stories consists of 20 stories from various European countries, collected in a book. The Croatian story deals with Ljeposlav Perinić, better known throughout the world as The King of Dolls. The title of the story is
» Peter Tomich 1893-1941 recipient of the Medal of Honor for his courage at Pearl Harbour in 1941
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 12/2/2018 | Croatian Heroes , Croatian Life Stories , Awards | Unrated
Peter Tomich, Croatian-American hero born in Bosnia and Herzegovina (town of Prolog), one of 15 men to receive the Medal of Honor for his actions at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941. Named for him were a destroyer escort ship in 1943, the USS Tomich, and Tomich Hall in 1989, where the Navy's Senior Enlisted Academy in Newport, R.I., is housed. Medal of Honor is a film about double heroism. One hero, Peter Tomich, made an inst
» Stjepan Radic 1871-1928 a great Croatian politician, humanist and martyr
In 2018 we commemorate a tragic death of Stjepan Radić, one of the greatest Croatian politicians and humanists in history (on the photo with his grandchildren), assassinated in 1928 in the Belgrade Parliament. We provide an articl written by Dr. Ante Cuvalo, an information about a new street in the Prague bearing his name (and his wife Marija was a Czech schoolteacher), as well as an article about him written by a Dan
» Marijan Zubanovic 1931-2016 Croatian technical thermodynamics expert in France
Submitted By Mauricij Frka-Petešić | Published 03/5/2018 | Science , People , Education , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
Marijan Zubanović, born in 1931 in the village of Virje on Croatian north, completed his studies of mechanical engineering in 1957 at the University of Zagreb. In 1959, not willing to work for military industry of ex-Yugoslavia, he emigrated to France. In 1970, he founded and directed STS enterprise (Systeme Thermodynamique Serivce). He solved the problem of air conditioning for the first French atomic submarine "Le Redout


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