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Synonyms for Croatian

a member of the Slavic people living in Croatia

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Since then twenty-three officers have been educated in German military schools and thirty officers have completed familiarization or orientation events, making Germany the second largest provider of western style training to the Croatian Ministry of Defense.
One way this group of Croatians addressed this problem was to recreate the original collective of place/blood in the new environment.
What happens if the Bosnian government forces and the Croatian forces renew their attacks on the Bosnian Serb forces, or if the Bosnian Serbs continue to commit the grossest forms of human-rights abuses?
Rural Serbs in Croatia's explosive Krajina region, where every man, woman, and child is armed (in a long-standing gun culture that would make the National Rifle Association ecstatic), revolted when Croatian President Franjo Tudjman and his urban-intellectual advisers ignored the peasants' concerns about their safety in the new Croatian order.
Against its heavy artillery, tanks, and jet aircraft the Croatian police and civilian volunteers had mostly rifles and pistols.
In 1984 it published a "Guide to Nationality Observances" that noted April 10 as Croatian Independence Day.
EX-Wimbledon tennis Champion Goran Ivanisevic was born in the Croatian town of Split on September 13 1971 and is a huge fan of the national football team.
Steve Wood, head of Tennis Australia, said: "Staff acted swiftly with police to control the situation." Police said: "It was mostly Serbians that were ejected as they were upsetting the Croatians."
They stem from a lawsuit by a Croatian community group in France over remarks in an interview in Rolling Stone magazine in September 2012.
He had said that the stuff still lingers to this day, just like Jews can sense Nazi blood and the Serbs can sense Croatian blood.
Members of both sides were referred to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, and two Croatians acquitted.
UP to 1,000 Croatian hooligans are planning to descend on Poznan ahead of the game tomorrow.
The Croatians were in town for the European handball championship, played in the northern Serbian town.
visit which has deeper insights within his soul for the status that Croatians
The reality, however, is not so simple as all groups of Bosnians or Serbians and Croatians who supported the freedom and independence of Bosnia-Heregovina were attacked and bombarded by the Yugoslav army as part of the plans and actions of evil Serbian and Croatian leaders in neighbouring Serbia and Croatia.