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  1. A Traveller's History of Croatia by Benjamin Curtis, 2010-04-09
  2. Croatia: A Nation Forged in War; Second Edition by Mr. Marcus Tanner, 1997-03-27
  3. Croatia: A History by Ivo Goldstein, 2000-01
  4. History of Croatia by Stephen Gazi, 1995-06
  5. The Krajina Chronicle: A History of Serbs in Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia by Srdja Trifkovic, 2010-02-01
  6. Croatia Through History by Branka Magas, 2008-01-01
  7. The Serbs: History, Myth and the Destruction of Yugoslavia, Second Edition (Yale Nota Bene) by Mr. Tim Judah, 2000-08-11
  8. Historical Dictionary of Croatia (Historical Dictionary of Europe) by Robert Stallaerts, 2010-02-16
  9. Diplomatic and Political History of Croatia by Ivo Omrcanin, 1973-06
  10. Researches on the Danube and the Adriatic: Or, Contributions to the Modern History of Hungary and Transylvania, Dalmatia and Croatia, Servia and Bulgaria. Volume 1 by Andrew Archibald Paton, 2002-04-12
  11. Researches On the Danube and the Adriatic; Or Contributions to the Modern History of Hungary and Translvania, Dalmatia and Croatia, Servia and Bulgaria, Volume 2 by Andrew Archibald Paton, 2010-01-12
  12. Researches on the Danube and the Adriatic: or, Contributions to the modern history of Hungary and Transylvania, Dalmatia and Croatia, Servia and Bulgaria by A A. 1811-1874 Paton, 2010-07-30
  13. Researches On the Danube and the Adriatic; Or Contributions to the Modern History of Hungary and Translvania, Dalmatia and Croatia, Servia and Bulgaria, Volume 1 by Andrew Archibald Paton, 2010-03-07
  14. Researches on the Danube and the Adriatic: Or, Contributions to the Modern History of Hungary and Transylvania, Dalmatia and Croatia, Servia and Bulgaria. Volume 2 by Andrew Archibald Paton, 2002-04-12

1. Croatia History Articles
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2. Croatia History || Visit-Montenegro.com
Croatia retained its independence until 1102 when, after decades of inner struggles, the country entered a dynastic union with Kingdom of Hungary under the name Lands of the Crown
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3. Croatia History
In 229 BC, Croatia's native Illyrians lost their land to the Roman empire and became the Roman province of Pannonia. In 285 AD, Emperor Diocletian
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@import url('../../_themes/croatia/theme.css'); Croatia History Factbook Main page Croatia Maps In 229 BC, Croatia's native Illyrians lost their land to the Roman empire and became the Roman province of Pannonia. In 285 AD, Emperor Diocletian built the palace fortress in Split, now the greatest Roman ruin in eastern Europe. The Western Roman empire collapsed in the 5th century, and around 625, Slavic tribes migrated to Croatia from present-day Poland. The Croatian tribe moved into what is now Croatia, occupying the former Roman provinces of Dalmatian Croatia and Pannonian Croatia to the northeast. They converted to Christianity between the 7th and 9th centuries and adopted the Roman alphabet under the suzerainty of Charlemagne. In 925, the Croats defeated Byzantine and Frankish invaders and united the two provinces into their own independent kingdom, which reached its peak during the 11th century. A civil war ensued in 1089, which later led to the country being conquered in 1091 by

4. Croatia History
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5. Bookfinder.US: Croatia History
This volume presents 30 highly illustrated essays......Croatia in the Early Middle Ages A Cultural Survey Ivan Supicic 0856674990 May 2, 2003 Hardcover Book
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Europe History Croatia History Croatia in the Early Middle Ages : A Cultural Survey
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This volume presents 30 highly illustrated essays charting a cultural survey of Croatia from the 7th to the end of the 12th century. Richly illustrated with colour plates, maps, plans, and diagrams, it provides a major new resource for all those seeking to gain a broad understanding of the medieval world in central Europe and the Adriatic region before the Ottoman invasions.
Since the mid-nineties, the republic of Croatia has taken its place among the independent nations of Europe, and its strong cultural identity is becoming better understood. As a result, the Croatian academy of Sciences and Arts, based in Zagreb, has embarked on an ambitious five-volume history of Croatian culture, commissioning essays on the arts and sciences from over 100 leading specialists in the field. Throughout the Middle Ages and the... Balkan Ghosts: A Journey through History
Robert D. Kaplan

6. History Of Croatia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
List of rulers of Croatia; History of Dalmatia; History of Zagreb; History of Europe; History of the Mediterranean; History of the Mediterranean region
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History of Croatia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search History of Croatia
This article is part of a series Early history Prehistoric Croatia Origins of the Croats White Croatia Medieval history Littoral Croatia Pannonian Croatia Pagania Zachlumia ... Republic of Dubrovnik Habsburg Empire Kingdom of Croatia Kingdom of Slavonia Illyrian Provinces Kingdom of Dalmatia ... State of Slovenes, Croats, and Serbs Yugoslavia Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Banovina of Croatia
World War II
Federal State of Croatia
... Socialist Republic of Croatia Contemporary Croatia War of independence Republic of Croatia Croatia Portal
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... Croatia first appeared as a duchy in the 7th century and then as a kingdom in the 10th century. From the 12th century it remained a distinct state with its ruler ( ban ) and parliament , but it obeyed the kings and emperors of various neighboring powers, primarily Hungary and Austria . The period from the 15th to the 17th centuries was marked by bitter struggles with the Ottoman Empire . After being incorporated in Yugoslavia for most of the 20th century, Croatia regained independence in 1991.

7. Croatia History
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Croatia History, yearly program, musicians, shop, photo gallery, concerts on request.
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Croatia art, science, music, sports, Latinists, Dubrovnik, Glagolitic Script, Croats in BiH
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This is one of three of his portraits made by Croatian painter Kristian Krekovic (1901-1985), kept in the Museu Krekovic in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
One of Krekovic 's portraits of Ramon Llull can be seen in the luxorous monograph written by Climent Romaguera i Rubi: Kristian Krekovic , over the entire page 128.
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10. Croatia History
The Best of Croatia Created on 5/27/2008 By dank Tags Croatia, The Best of Croatia Croatia achieved being a part of the world cup in
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11. WWW.HR - Homeland War (1991-1995)
A brief history of the war from 1991-1995.
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www.hr - Croatian homepage since 1994.
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    Homeland War (1991-1995)
    January 1991. The JNA threatened from all barracks in Croatia. In the presence of President Tudman and the Croatian delegation the Presidency of former Yugoslavia decided to demobilise the reserve of the Croatian police and to withdraw the readiness of the Yugoslav Army. The Yugoslav military counterintelligence agency KOS arrested a group of eminent citizens of Virovitice - Djuro Decak and others. They were released later after protests organised by the citizens of Zagreb in front of the Court Martial building. There was no negotiating on the future organisation of Yugoslavia. Serbia wanted a reformed federation, one in which leading bodies would be chosen on the principle of one man one vote, in other words Serbia under the name of Yugoslavia. The score by then, in the undeclared war against Croatia, was 2,200 Croats killed, 140,000 refugees, razed villages, shelled towns, destroyed cultural monuments, churches, hospitals, old people's homes, kindergartens. TV transmitters were also destroyed, cameramen and journalists of the Croatian Radio and Television were killed. The first such victim was Gordan Lederer. The Croatian leaders decided to block all enemy barracks and airports. In five days 36 barracks and warehouses were taken over, 230 tanks and around 400 artillery pieces. On 25th September the U.N. Security Council issued an embargo on the import of military equipment to former Yugoslavia, which meant that Croatia could not purchase arms legally. Instead, it had to steal it from the enemy or buy it illegally, which it did aided by Croatian emigrants. Thousands of volunteers marched towards the frontlines. The defenders of Sibenik managed to ward of the JNA attack on the town.

12. Croatia - Historical And Cultural Overview
Croatia an Overview of its History, Culture and Science Dedicated to the memory of Gordan Lederer (1958-1991) Dear reader, When you meet a new friend or colleague, you are
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Dedicated to the memory of Gordan Lederer Dear reader,
When you meet a new friend or colleague, you are necessarily confronted with his cultural and historical background, peculiarities of his own, that are sometimes difficult to conceive. Having this in mind, we believe you will understand our wish to give you a better insight into what could be called a Croatian cultural heritage, at least in a rapid and sketchy way. The connections with other European cultures are, as you will see, deep and longstanding. We shall also try to intersperse this hypertext with some interesting facts by which Croatia is recognizable. In short, we start by describing an extremely complex and interesting entity, unique in Europe - the Republic of Croatia, or in Croatian - Republika Hrvatska HR

13. Croatia: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
Learn about the history, geography and culture of Croatia and find statistical and demographic information.
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14. Today In Croatia History
Today in Croatia History. Important events, famous birthdays and historical deaths from our searchable today in history archives.
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    Results of Croatian Duke Trpimir I issued a statute, a document with the first known written mention of the Croats name in Croatian sources.
    Pope John VIII gives blessings to duke Branimir and to Croatian people, considered to be international recognition of Croatian state.
    Battle of the Bosnian Highlands: Simeon I of Bulgaria is defeated by King Tomislav of Croatia.
    Trpimir II succeeds to the Croatian throne.
    Dmitar Zvonimir is crowned king of Croatia.
    Battle of Krbava field, a decisive defeat of Croats in Croatian struggle against the Ottoman Empire invasion.
    Croatian nobles elect Ferdinand I of Austria as king of Croatia in the Parliament on Cetin.
    Petar Zrinski, the Croatian Ban from the Zrinski family, is executed.
    Croatians plunder Armenia, killing 250
    Serbian-Croatian-Slovic kingdom proclaimed in Belgrade
    Italian-Serbian/Croatian/Slav treaty about Dalmatie Greek-Serbian/Croatian/Slavs peace treaty signed Serbian-Croatian-Slavic govt of Oezonowitsj falls Josip Broz (Tito) begins 7 months jail sentence in Croatia Croatian Farmers Party wins Yugoslavian election Spread of Judaism begins in Croatia Rep of Croatia orders all Jews to wear a star with the letter Z 5 Croatian terrorists capture TWA-plane at La Guardia Airport, NY

15. History Of Croatia - Lonely Planet Travel Information
The Illyrians, an IndoEuropean people, began migrating into the region around 1000 BC. Although Greeks set up trading posts on the eastern Adriatic coast in the 6th century
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17. Croatia History
Some historians affirm Hrvati or Croats are a purely Slavic people who migrated from White Croatia at the other side of Carpathian Mountains a region between rivers Bug and
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Croatia History
The Republic of Croatia was proclaimed as independent state on June 25th 1991, this date marked the begining of a new era in Croatian history and the formal withdrawal from Yugoslavia which was organized in 1945 as a Republic of the South Slav Federation. On May 22, 1992 the Republic of Croatia becomes the 178th member of United Nations. Some historians affirm Hrvati or Croats are a purely Slavic people who migrated from White Croatia at the other side of Carpathian Mountains a region between rivers Bug and Dnieper (now Ukraina), about 2nd to 3rd century A.D. they advanced thru Danube valley towards Roman Illyricum domain, in 7th century settled in an area between Adriatic sea in the south and rivers Drava and Danube in the north on territories formerly occupied by Roman Provinces of Dalmatia and Pannonia. The Avars and Slavs ventured into Dalmatia and conquered stronghold of Salona (614 A.D.) and destroyed Epidarus. This is most visible sign of the beginning of Croat settlement on the east coast of the Adriatic. That region was claimed by Byzantines and Franks, croats initially recognized their sovereignty however, they gradually emancipated themselves and established an independent state. A tenth-century Byzantine legends registered by Emperor Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus reports that in the seventh century Emperor Heraclius enlisted the Croats to expel the Avars from Byzantine lands, also the story of the arrival of the Croats under the leadership of five brothers (Klukas, Lovelos, Kosences, Muhlo and Hrobatos) and two sisters (Tuga and Buga).

18. Rijeka - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Rijeka (Italian and Hungarian Fiume, other Croatian dialects Reka or Rika, Slovene Reka, German Sankt Veit am Flaum or Pflaum (both historical)) is the principal seaport of Croatia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Fiume" redirects here. For other uses, see Fiume (disambiguation) This article is about the city in Croatia. For other uses, see Rijeka (disambiguation) City of Rijeka
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City of Rijeka Location of Rijeka within Croatia Coordinates: 45°19′N 14°25′E 45.317°N 14.417°E Coordinates ... 45.317°N 14.417°E Country Croatia County Primorje-Gorski Kotar County Government Vojko Obersnel ( SDP Area Elevation Population Density 3,273/km Metro 277/km Time zone CET UTC+1 DST ... UTC+2 Postal code Area code(s) Patron saints St. Vitus Website rijeka.hr Rijeka Italian and Hungarian Fiume , other Croatian dialects: Reka or Rika Slovene Reka German Sankt Veit am Flaum or Pflaum (both historical)) is the principal seaport of Croatia , located on Kvarner Bay , an inlet of the Adriatic Sea . It has 144,043 (2001) inhabitants citation needed . The majority of its citizens, 80.39% (2001 census), are Croats. The Croatian and the Italian version of the city's name mean river in each of the two languages.

19. Croatia: History — Infoplease.com
Encyclopedia — Croatia History History through the Nineteenth Century. A part of the Roman province of Pannonia, Croatia was settled in the 7th cent. by Croats, who accepted
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20. Dictionary - MSN Encarta
Enter a search term above to find Dictionary definitions or click the Thesaurus tab to find synonyms and antonyms.
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