Croatian

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Croatian

the language that is spoken in Croatia, a dialect of Serbo-Croat (Croato-Serb)
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Professional Identity -- Focus of the Recent Wave of Croatians
Francis Cardinal George to Celebrate Holy Mass With Chicago's Croatian
Croatian special police officers wrapped in green army ponchos, their faces averted from withering sheets of rain, labored up the steep slope of St.
The Croatians conducted their own brand of ethnic cleansing, rousting 170,000 Serbs from the Krajina region and burning many of their homes down to the ground.
While the Croatians hoped to be absorbed into a larger Croatian entity, and the Serbs fought to enlarge their historical fantasy of Greater Serbia, the Muslims had no "greater Bosnia" to turn to or fight for.
The Serbs, who enjoyed an enormous advantage in weapons, were supportive" It is estimated that as many as 25,000 Croatians and other non Serb citizens of Croatia were killed or disappeared during the first six months of the attack.
With its AMC-4 satellite the top choice for the reliable distribution of international news and entertainment programming to growing ethnic audiences throughout North America, SES AMERICOM, an SES GLOBAL company (Euronext Paris and Luxembourg stock exchanges: SESG), and Home2US today announced Euro-World Network has signed agreements to have hit Croatian radio and TV shows delivered to thousands of Croat viewers and families living throughout the United States.
IT is believed Marco Polo, the famous traveller and trader, was born on the Croatian Island of Korcula in around 1254.
was able to state unequivocally to the MOD that it had trained over 100 Croatians in modern defense resource management techniques [25].
A witness said: "The Serbs were chanting, the Croatians were chanting and it all got out of hand.
A witness said: "The Serbs were chanting against the Croatians, the Croatians were chanting against the Serbs and it all got out of hand.
Two of the victorious Serbian players were hurt as flares, bottles, stones and chairs were thrown while Croatians chanted: "Kill the Serbs.