Map Machine: Atlas @ nationalgeographic.comCroatian King Tomislav - This website is about Project: Croatian King Tomislav. The Project seeks to discover the truth about the death of King Tomislav in 928 A.D. Discover his burial place.
Croatia: Myth and Reality - A Book by C. Michael McAdams dealing with some of the established and merging myths about Croatia and Croatians.
Black Hand over Europe - A book by Henri Pozzi who was for thirty years a member of the French and English Intelligence Services in the Balkans and Central Europe; and ten years in charge of the Balkan Secret Service of "Le Temps". Therefore the author is by far the best qualified person to discuss the events displayed in his work "War is Coming Again". The book was prohibited in the Little Entente, Greece, Turkey and in Yugoslavia.
History of Shipbuilding in CroatiaThe Barbarian Rhapsody - Attacks on Dubrovnik - From the address of Mr. Pero Poljanic, former Lord Mayor of Dubrovnik, written in early spring 1992)
Croatia (History) - encyclopedia.comWar against Croatia (1991 - 1995)West Slavonia - action Flash (May 1 - 5, 1995)Croatia - Encartaso called "Krajina" region - action Storm (August 3 - 7, 1995) - Chronology, military commentary by Fran Visnar, etc.
Causes And Dynamic Of The War In CroatiaWar in Croatian (1991-1995) in picturesCroatia and the Ottoman Empire - Article studying the deep connections between the Croats and Muslim Slavs (Bosnians).
Dubrovnik, History ofDiocletian's Palace (Dioklecijanova palaca) - Build at the end of the third century AD by the Roman Emperor Diocletian it is one of UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage sites
Bleiburg Tragedy - Croatia.Net - Information about the genocide on Croatian people in Austria in the last days of the Second World War.
The Learned Monkey - An essay on the Croatian Ustase State in World War II. Also has essays on Ernest Hemingway's involvement in the Spanish Civil War and George Orwell's political beliefs.
Croatia - Historical and Cultural Overview - Traces Croatian cultural history from the early duke and kings through the Middle Ages through the present day, including contributions to science, humanism, and literature.