5 edition of The Yugoslav Adriatic found in the catalog.
The Yugoslav Adriatic
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|Statement||Tomislav Marasović, Gordana Marasović ; photographs by Ivo Pervan ; book originated and developed by Bato Tomašević ; design, Miodrag Vartabedijan ; translator, Madge Phillips Tomašević].|
|LC Classifications||DR1350.A35 M35 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||208 p. :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||88194176|
"Goli Otok - Hell in the Adriatic" is one man's story of life, death, escape, and punishment in post-World War II Yugoslavia. The man was Josip Zoretic and the setting is Goli Otok, the "Naked Island" prison camp in the Adriatic Sea. The story is straight forward and brutally frank in its descriptions of day-to-day life on the s: 9. For example, the section on the Royal Yugoslav Navy’s operations in April begins this way: “Regarding later accusation of Croats for treason.” With its black and white cover and serviceable but slightly dowdy appearance, Adriatic Naval War, doesn’t exactly look like a bright, polished jewel of a book. The contents.
The Yugoslav coastline along the Adriatic extends for approximately miles and is fronted by numerous small islands. The Dalmatian Alps, which run along the coast, constitute a formidable barrier as good roads are scarce. Stretching across the peninsula, roughly from east to . The Adriatic Campaign of World War II was a minor naval campaign fought during World War II between the Greek, Yugoslavian and Italian navies, the Kriegsmarine, and the Mediterranean squadrons of the United Kingdom, France, and the Yugoslav Partisan naval ered a somewhat insignificant part of the naval warfare in World War II, it nonetheless saw interesting developments, given the.
In and , the city survived the besieging Yugoslav army, which heavily damaged but did not destroy Dubrovnik’s cultural heritage. This book is a comprehensive history of Dubrovnik’s progress over twelve centuries of European development, encompassing arts, architecture, social and economic changes, and the traumas of war and s: Listopia > Yugoslavia Book Lists. Best South Slavic Literature. books — voters Women Writers from Central & Eastern Europe in English Translation. books — 89 voters Books on the Bosnian War of the s. 61 books — 70 voters Penguin Writers from the Other Europe.
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Goli Otok (pronounced [ɡôliː ǒtok]; Italian: Isola Calva) is a barren, uninhabited island that was the site of a political prison which was in use when Croatia was part of prison was in operation between and The island is located in the northern Adriatic Sea just off the coast of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, Croatia with an area of approximately square Adjacent bodies of water: Adriatic Sea.
Croatian historian Martin Previsic’s book about the s Goli Otok prison camp explores the brutal methods used by the Yugoslav regime after it split from the Soviet Union and feared it was. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Yugoslavia: the Adriatic Coast. Stuart Rossiter. Benn, - Adriatic Coast (Balkan Peninsula) - pages. 0 Reviews. In the aftermath of the First World War, the Adriatic Question or Adriatic Problem concerned the fate of the territories along the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea that formerly belonged to the Austro-Hungarian roots The Yugoslav Adriatic book the dispute lay in the secret Treaty of London, signed during the war (26 April ), and in growing nationalism, especially Italian irredentism and Yugoslavism.
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Origins. The origins of the JNA can be found in the Yugoslav Partisans of World War II. As part of the anti-fascist People's Liberation War of Yugoslavia, the People's Liberation Army of Yugoslavia (NOVJ), a predecessor of the JNA, was formed in the Bosnian town of Rudo on 22 December After the Yugoslav Partisans liberated the country from the Axis Powers, that date was officially.
Yugoslavia, former federated country that existed in the west-central part of the Balkan Peninsula from until Yugoslavia included what are now six independent states: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.
Learn more about Yugoslavia. What is now the Croatian coastline (most of the former Yugoslav republics barely get a sniff of the Adriatic) was also the place where the Venn. Long-lasting territorial disputes, such as the Trieste question, were solved and bilateral relationship greatly improved, so much so that Belgrade became an important asset in Italy’s Balkan and Adriatic strategy, while Rome was a sort of bridge between Socialist Yugoslavia and Western Europe.
This book is intended to shed light on the. The purpose of this paper is to argue the relative merits of providing sewage treatment by conventional methods as against the long sea outfall option (referred to in this paper as marine treatment) and relating the discussion, whenever possible, to the context of the Yugoslav Adriatic situation.
Wild rosemary and purple-flecked flowers line the dusty paths of Vis, the island furthest away from Croatia’s Adriatic coastline. The turquoise waters are so clear that tiny silver fish can be. To get a feel for Croatia and Slovenia past and present, check out some of these books and films.
(And see our similar lists for elsewhere in Europe.) Books. Black Lamb and Grey Falcon (Rebecca West, ). This bricklike classic, written during a journey between the two World Wars, is the definitive travelogue of the Yugoslav lands.
Hotels in Adriatic Coast you can book without a credit card. See all. Hotel Lajka Luxury Hotel in Ulcinj No credit card needed. Set in Ulcinj, Apartments Lajka Luxury is mi from Old Town Ulcinj. Long beach is mi from the property. All units are air conditioned and include a flat-screen cable TV and mini-bar.
ELAINE B. ULMAN is a freelance writer who lives in Northampton, Mass. By ELAINE The folk songs of the Adriatic celebrate the sun, the sea and love.
Goli Otok: Hell in the Adriatic is one man's story of life, death, escape, and punishment in post-World War II Yugoslavia. The man was Josip Zoretic and the setting is Goli Otok, the "Naked Island" prison camp in the Adriatic Sea.
The story is straight forward and brutally frank in its descriptions of day-to-day life on the island-prison/5(7). Book Description. Made in Yugoslavia: Studies in Popular Music serves as a comprehensive and thorough introduction to the history, sociology, and musicology of popular music in Yugoslavia and the post-Yugoslav region across the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
The book consists of chapters by leading scholars and covers the major figures, styles, and social contexts of music in the region. Press Photo Planes spell out "Tito"during air maneuvers over Adriatic Sea This is an original press photo.
Tito - Dictator of Yugoslavia. Adriatic Sea. Planes from the USS Coral Sea spell out "Tito" during air demonstrations in the Adriatic sea on the occasion Seller Rating: % positive. Original vintage travel poster - Come to Yugoslavia - Great artwork features a boy presenting a basket of fruit to a lady on the beach wearing a white swimsuit and a summer hat.
Adriatic Sea waves are crashing on the sand in the background with stylised red lettering below. Good condition, restored creasing, light staining, backed on linen. Distribution of visits to major Adriatic resorts by domestic and foreign tourists in Source: annual). OECO Reports on Yugoslavia (bi- TOURISM MANAGEMENT December season this would mean a higher total than last year at approximately USS x lO".
but not the planned target of USS x. The Adriatic campaign of World War II was a minor naval campaign fought during World War II between the Greek, Yugoslavian and Italian navies, the Kriegsmarine, and the Mediterranean squadrons of the United Kingdom, France, and the Yugoslav Partisan naval ered a somewhat insignificant part of the naval warfare in World War II, it nonetheless saw interesting developments, given the.Romantic Rovinj, on Croatia’s Istria Peninsula, juts scenically into the Adriatic.
Mostar’s 16th-century Old Bridge — once a symbol of Yugoslav unity, then destroyed in the recent war — has been rebuilt. Lake Bled’s little island, topped by a church, is one of the most endearing spots in the Alps. If you come to the Yugoslav Adriatic coast this summer, you will find crazy‐quilt pattern of damage left by the Easter Sunday earthquake.
From Dubrovnik north through Split, Zadar and the.