Top 10 Davor Suker goals - YouTube
Dec 8, 2008 ... (ESP)Los 10 mejores goles en toda la carrera futbolística del gran jugador croata . (ENG) The 10 best goals in all the football career of this great ...
Gabi Novak
Gabi Novak ([ɡâbi nôʋaːk]; born 8 July 1936) is a Croatian pop and jazz singer. She became famous in the 1960s. Gabi was born to a Croatian father and a German mother.She is married to Arsen Dedić, a ...
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Ašner
Đuro Milivoj Ašner (21 April 1913 – 14 June 2011) was a police chief in the Independent State of Croatia who was accused of enforcing racist laws under the Nazi-allied Ustaše regime and expulsion and ...
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Vjekoslav Klaić
Vjekoslav Klaić (21 June 1849 – 1 July 1928) was a Croatian historian and writer, most famous for his monumental work History of the Croats.Klaić was born in Garčin near Slavonski Brod as the son of a...
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Hosea Jacobi
Rabbi Dr. Hosea Jacobi (born Hosea Hermannn Jacoby; 1841–1925) was Chief Rabbi of Zagreb, Croatia (De facto Chief Rabbi of Yugoslavia), for 58 years and the spiritual and religious leader of the Jewi...
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Rikard Jorgovanić
Rikard Jorgovanić (Mali Tabor, 1853 – Zagreb, 1880) was a Croatian writer. As the son of a Czech immigrant of German ancestry, and his Croatianized last name was calqued after German Flieder. He enrol...
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Vid Morpurgo
Vid Morpurgo (1838 – 1911) was an Croatian industrialist, publisher, politician and member of a notable Split family Morpurgo.
Morpurgo was born on 7 May 1838 in Split, Croatia to a...
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Daria Kinzer
Daria Kinzer (born 29 May 1988 in Aschaffenburg, West Germany) is a Croatian singer who represented Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Germany. Kinzer won the national selection on 5 March...
Anton Geiser
Anton Geiser (surname also spelled Geisser; October 17, 1924 – December 21, 2012) was a Yugoslav-born member of the SS-Totenkopfverbände during World War II, who served as a guard at both the Sachsenh...
Emil Stock
Emil Stock (1868 – 1951) was an Croatian industrialist and businessman.Stock was born in Split on 3 August 1868 to Abramo and Gentile (née Valenzin) Stock. He was raised with 11 sibling...
Dragutin Gorjanović-Kramberger
Dragutin Gorjanović-Kramberger (born October 25, 1856 in Zagreb, died December 24, 1936, Zagreb) was a Croatian geologist, paleontologist, and archeologist.
Dragutin finished his elementary educat...
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Tina Morpurgo
Tina Morpurgo (March 6, 1907 – June 1, 1944) was a notable Croatian painter from Split.Morpurgo was born on March 6, 1907 in Split to the notable Jewish Morpurgo family which originated from Marburg, ...
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Milivoj Ašner
Đuro Milivoj Ašner (21 April 1913 – 14 June 2011) was a police chief in the Independent State of Croatia who was accused of enforcing racist laws under the Nazi-allied Ustaše regime and expulsion and ...
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Germans of Croatia
In Croatia, there are still over 2,900 people who consider themselves German, most of these Danube Swabians. Germans are officially recognized as an autochthonous national minority, and as such, they ...
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Jakob Graf zu Eltz
Jakob Graf und Edler Herr von und zu Eltz-Kempenich genannt Faust von Stromberg, also referred to as Johann Jakob Eltz (Croatian: Jakov grof Eltz-Vukovarski) (September 22, 1921 – February 10, 2...
Stephan Schulzer von Müggenburg
Stephan Schulzer von Müggenburg (Viduševac, Croatia, 12.19.1802 – Vinkovci, Croatia, 2.5.1892) was a Hungarian – Croatian army officer and mycologist. His first name is variably spelled Stefan Stjepan...
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Pavao Ritter Vitezović
Pavao Ritter Vitezović ([pâʋao rîter ʋitěːzoʋitɕ]; 7 January 1652 – 20 January 1713) was a noted Habsburg-Croatian writer, historian, linguist and publisher.
Pavao Ritter Vitezović was born as Pav...
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August Šenoa
August Šenoa (originally Schönoa; 14 November 1838 – 13 December 1881) was a Croatian novelist.He was a transitional figure, who helped bring Croatian literature from Romanticism to Realism and intro...
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Ljudevit Gaj
Ljudevit Gaj ([ʎûdeʋit ɡâːj]; 8 August 1809 – 20 April 1872), born Ludwig Gay, was a Croatian linguist, politician, journalist and writer. He was one of the central figures of the pan-Slavist Illyrian...
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Gustav Lechner
Gustav Lechner (17 February 1913 – 5 February 1987) was a footballer who represented both the Yugoslavian and Croatian national sides.
Born in Osijek and nicknamed Lembika, he spent his early care...
Slavko Kvaternik
Slavko Kvaternik (25 August 1878 – 7 June 1947) was one of the founders of the Ustaša movement, and one of the persons most directly responsible for the Holocaust in Independent State of Croatia. Kvat...
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Josip Weber
Josip Weber (born Josip Veber, 16 November 1964 in Slavonski Brod, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Croatian-Belgian retired professional football forward. While also representing Croatia and Belgium ...
Leopold Ružička
Leopold Ružička ForMemRS (13 September 1887 – 26 September 1976) was a Croatian born Swiss scientist and winner of the 1939 Nobel Prize in Chemistry who worked most of his life in Switzerland. He rece...
Lara Stock
Lara Stock (born 26 May 1992) is a Croatian chess player who has achieved the FIDE Woman Grandmaster title. She lives in Freiburg. Her mother is Croatian, her father is German.Her chess coach was Ognj...
House of Lacković
Lacković or Lackfi family was a noble family from Kingdom of Hungary and Croatia, which ruled parts of Transylvania (as Count of the Székelys) and held the title of Voivode of Transylvania in the 14th...
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Josip Scholz
Josip Šolc or Josip Scholz (Germanised spelling) (30 January 1898 – 19 September 1945) was a Croatian soldier and footballer. He competed for the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes at the 1920 Summ...
Radovan Fuchs
Radovan Fuchs (born 5 September 1953) is a Croatian scientist and former Minister of Science, Education and Sport.Fuchs paternal grandfather, Hinko, was a grain merchant who emigrated to Croatia from ...
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