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Was Kroatien für die Welt getan, entdeckt, etc. hat

Erstellt von leosladen, 01.07.2008, 23:32 Uhr · 362 Antworten · 30.420 Aufrufe

  1. #151

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    Zitat Zitat von delija_rs Beitrag anzeigen
    Was soll mir dieses Bild sagen?
    Hast du vielleicht auch so nen Bild von Momcilo Djujic????
    Er genoß ja auch die Schulbildung in Sibenik.

    Also genau wie Tesla, wurde Djujic in HR geboren und genoß auch die kroatische Schulbildung
    Also ein wachechter Kroate
    Entschuldige, aber ich glaube kaum,dass diese Filzlaus jemals ne Schule besucht hat


  2. #152
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    Ivan Meštrović (* 15. August 1883 in Vrpolje, Kroatien; † 16. Januar 1962 in South Bend, Indiana, USA) war ein Bildhauer und Architekt. Er war Professor der Bildhauerei an der University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana.
    Ivan Meštrović wurde in der Eisenbahnstation Strizivojna nahe der Ortschaft Vrpolje in Slawonien geboren. Seine Eltern Ivan Meštrović-Gabrilović und Marta Kurobasa befanden sich gerade in Slawonien zur Maisernte. Gleich nach der Geburt fuhren die Eltern von Ivan Meštrović zurück in das Dorf Otavice nahe Drniš, in dem Ivan Meštrović seine Kindheit verbrachte.
    Nach seinem Studium in den Jahren 1907 bis 1909 an der Kunstakademie Wien lebte Meštrović einige Jahre in Paris. Zwischen den beiden Weltkriegen lehrte er als Kunstprofessor an der Kunstakademie Zagreb. In dieser Zeit schuf er unter anderem das Strossmayer-Denkmal in Zagreb, das Denkmal Grgur Ninski in Split und das Indianer-Denkmal in Chicago.
    Im Jahr 1947 emigrierte Meštrović in die USA.
    Meštrović werden starke Beeinflussungen der Strömungen der europäischen und nordamerikanischen Künste zugeschrieben. Selbst angeregt vom Pariser Expressionismus und der Wiener Secession, tragen seine Werke Züge der attischen Völker und der Renaissanceskulpturen des Michelangelo, zugleich stärkt er aber auch die Tradition seines eigenen Volkes.
    Die Galerie Meštrović (Palast und Kastellan) in Split und das Atelier Meštrović in Zagreb beherbergen eine Vielzahl seiner Arbeiten. Die Marmor-Reliefarbeit „Das Mädchen von Kosovo“ (1908) im Volksmuseum Belgrad wurde auf dem alten jugoslawischen 50-Dinar-Schein (um 1980) abgebildet. Zu seinen Hauptarbeiten zählen das Mausoleum Meštrović in Otavice, die Römische Pietà (1942–1946) und der Jakobsbrunnen (1957), beide im Gefüge der Universität Notre Dame (USA), sowie das Bronzedenkmal Grgur Ninski (1927) in Split.
    Das Grab von Ivan Meštrović befindet sich etwa zehn Kilometer vom südkroatischen Ort Drniš entfernt. Es befindet sich auf einem Hügel im Dorf Otavice. Neben Meštrović befinden sich im Mausoleum auch die sterblichen Überreste seiner Familienangehörigen.



    Das Mausoleum von Ivan Meštrović in Otavice



    Haus der kroatischen Kunst, im Jahr 1938 von Ivan Meštrović in Zagreb geschaffen





    Büste des mythischen Kraljević Marko, abgebildet auf einer jugoslawischen Briefmarke



    Victor, Belgrade



    After 80 years of submitting the design for Irish coinage it is finally used on a 2007 Irish commemorative coin in cooperation with the Croatian bank.



    Statue of Gregory of Nin, in Split, Croatia, 1929.



    Monument to the Unknown Hero,Belgrad

    Alles von ihm erbaut.

  3. #153
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    Anthony Francis Lucas (September 9, 1855September 2, 1921) was a Croatian mechanical engineer responsible for the first successful oil well at the Spindletop oil field in Southeast Texas, which made Beaumont, Texas one of the first oil boomtowns. This meant the earliest massive exploitation of oil and petroleum in the world [1] which started the Liquid Fuel Age, the greatest age in the history of the world. [2]


  4. #154
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    Eric Bana (born Eric Banadinovich; August 9, 1968) is an Australian film and television actor. He began his career as a comedian in the sketch comedy series Full Frontal before gaining critical recognition in the biopic Chopper (2000). After a decade of critically acclaimed roles in Australian TV shows and films, Bana gained Hollywood's attention by playing the role of American Delta Force Sergeant Norm 'Hoot' Gibson in Black Hawk Down (2001) and the lead role as Bruce Banner in the Ang Lee directed film Hulk (2003).


    Early life and family

    Bana was born in Melbourne, Australia, the younger of two children. His Croatian father, Ivan, was a logistics manager for Caterpillar, Inc., and his German-born mother, Eleanor, was a hairdresser. Bana grew up in Melbourne's Tullamarine, a suburban area on the western edge of the city, near the airport.[2]

  5. #155

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    Zitat Zitat von Metkovic Beitrag anzeigen
    Entschuldige, aber ich glaube kaum,dass diese Filzlaus jemals ne Schule besucht hat
    Doch die "Filzlaus" besuchte ne schule!
    Hast du vielleicht auch nen Foto, das Djujics Ausweiß zeigt?

  6. #156
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    Jim Bosnjak

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    Jim Bosnjak is an Australian businessman who rose to prominence as the chairman of Westbus, Australia's largest privately-owned bus operator. Since selling his Westbus stake in 2005, Bosnjak has maintained a high profile as chairman of the Greater Western Sydney Economic Development Board.
    Bosnjak, son of the founder of Westbus, frequently clashed with his brother Bob over the company's direction. The company fell on hard times after a controlling stake was acquired by Britain's National Express. In 2005, the company found itself with a $90 million debt and was placed in administration. Later that year, the business was bought from National Express and the Bosnjak family for over $100 million by ComfortDelGro Cabcharge.
    In 1994 Bosnjak was awarded The Medal of the Order of Australia for services to transport and the community.
    As the son of Croatian Migrants, Bosnjak has maintained close links with his parents former homeland through various investment projects.

  7. #157
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    Tony Šantić (October 17, 1952 in Lastovo, Croatia) is a noted Australian thoroughbred owner and tuna farmer. He came to Australia with his family in 1958 when he was 6 years of age. His parents settled in Geelong, Victoria for the next 8 years before Tony & his mother moved to Port Lincoln. [1]

    [edit] Early life

    Tony Šantić started with a leaky boat, fishing for the prized orange roughie in Tasmania, then gaining initial success in tuna fishing at Port Lincoln. Times were slightly tough in the early 1990s, when tuna quotas were reduced twice, sending a number of related businesses into financial hardship and shutting down others. It was a minor struggle for Tony to prevent the bank evicting him and his children from their Port Lincoln home only 12 years ago.
    Tuna farming turned around the economics of tuna fishing about seven years ago, enhancing the fortunes of the Santic family even more. Now Tony's Tuna International is the second biggest tuna farming operation in Port Lincoln. Slightly lower than usual times in the tuna industry, in 1997, Tony decided to pursue his interest in horses and racing, which, at first, was just a hobby but is now a business.
    The colours of his forebears' country, Croatia, gave him the colours for his livery, royal blue and white stars and red and white checks.
    Tony keeps his horses at a large stable property called Smytzers Lodge. The name 'Smytzer' owes a lot to Australian humour. The story goes that fellow fisherman Sime (Sam) Sarin working with Tony on a tuna poling boat in the early days of tuna fishing coined the name for Tony's car, an old Valiant Pacer or Bitzer, hence `Smytzer'.

  8. #158

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    volim te HRVATSKOOOOO


  9. #159
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    Ralph Tony Sarich (born December 10, 1938) is a west Australian multi millionaire businessman and qualified engineer who was responsible for developing the Orbital Engine[1] in 1972. He also developed the orbital combustion process engine, which is based on a re-designed two stroke engine using direct gasolene injection. He is of Croatian descent.[2][3] and his parents came to Australia in 1930 from Šibenik's surrounding[4]
    Has a number of awards to his name including Australian Inventor of the Year 1972; Sir Lawrence Hartnett Inventors Award 1972; Churchill Medal, Society of Engineers 1987 and Clunies Ross National Science and Technology Award 1991. He was replaced as CEO of Orbital Engine corporation by Kim Schlunke.
    He was rated one of Australia's richest men in 2007 with a personal fortune of AUS$ 800,000,000.[5]

  10. #160
    cro_Kralj_Zvonimir
    Geschwindigkeits-Tacho am Auto etc. wurde benfalls von einem Kroaten erfunden!


    The speedometer was invented by the Croatian Josip Belušić in 1888, and was originally called a velocimeter.
    Josip Belušić was a Croatian inventor.
    In 1888 Josip Belušić invented and designed the first electric speedometer. Belušić was born in the region of Labin in Istria, and was a professor in Koper. This invention was patented in Austria-Hungary under the name of "velocimeter."

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