Gradi

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Stara Gradiška Concentration Camp
... Stara Gradiška was one of the most notorious concentration and extermination camps in Croatia during World War II, mainly due to the crimes which were committed there ... of the Independent State of Croatia ("NDH") in 1941 at the Stara Gradiška prison near the village of Stara Gradiška ...
Gradišče Nad Prvačino - Name
... The name of the settlement was changed from Gradišče to Gradišče pri Zalem Hribu in 1953 ... It was then changed from Gradišče pri Zalem Hribu to Gradišče nad Prvačino in 1955 ...
Tomislav Dretar - Origins
... Dretar was born in Nova Gradiška, Croatia, as the son of Ružica Rivić from Ljubija Rudnik in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Vladimir Dretar from ... after completing the Higher Secondary School in Nova Gradiška enrolled the study of forestry at the Forestry Faculty at the University of Zagreb, but in 1941 he ... After the fall of Nova Gradiška he retreated with the rest of the Croatian Armed Forces and disappeared in Bleiburg ...
Stjepan Gradić
... Stjepan "Stijepo" Gradić or Stefano Gradi March 6, 1613 – May 2, 1683) was a Croatian philosopher and scientist and a patrician of the Republic of Ragusa ... Gradić was born in Dubrovnik, Republic of Ragusa ... Stijepo's parents were Miho Gradi and Marija Benessa, where he was first schooled ...
Sveta Trojica V Slovenskih Goricah - Name
... (literally, 'Holy Trinity in the Slovene Hills') to Gradišče (literally, 'fortified hillfort') in 1952 ... The name was then changed from Gradišče to Gradišče v Slovenskih goricah in 1953 ...