Titovo lice tiskano na najvećoj novčanici iz Gvineje
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Friday, 17 February 2017

ImageIako dio građana danas traži preimenovanje njegova trga u Zagrebu, Josip Broz Tito nekada je u vanjsko-političkim krugovima uživao veliki ugled. U prilog tome ide i činjenica da je od 1980. do 1985. njegovo lice bilo tiskano na najvećoj novčanici gvinejske valute sily. Republika Gvineja državica je na zapadu afričkog kontinenta, koja je u Titovo vrijeme bila članica Pokreta nesvrstanih, trećeg bloka za vrijeme Hladno ratovoskog svijeta. Tito je, uz indijskog premijera Nehrua i egipatskog predsjednika Nasera bio jedna od najistaknutijih ljudi pokreta, te je zbog svojih zasluga u osnivanju trećeg bloka, vjerojatno, dobio svoju novčanicu u Gvineji. 

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Vidimo se u Mostaru 14.2.2018. godine!
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Sunday, 12 February 2017

ImageSve dok se na Partizanskom groblju u Mostaru 14.2. ne okupi 20.000 antifašista, kao što se to nedavno dogodilo na Igmanu, ljudi koji na taj najvažniji datum u istoriji tog grada dolaze da odaju počast poginulim oslobodiocima tog grada biće izloženi divljanju HDZ-ovih falangi. Zato drugovi i drugarice, pripremajmo se već danas za 14.2.2018. godine, pa da vidimo hoće li smjeti udariti na takvu silu. Neće.... naravno jer to su ološ i kukavice kojima je “najveći čin hrabrosti“ baciti kamen ili topovski udar na nekog starca i u okrilju noći nacrtati kukasti krst na grobu poginulog partizana.

VIDIMO SE U MOSTARU 14.2.2018. GODINE!

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Record Number of Participants on Igman March
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Sunday, 12 February 2017

ImageThis year, there was a record number of participants on the Igman march, where they paid tribute and laid flowers at the memorial to members of the First Proletarian Brigade. This date is important because, on the 28th January 1942, the Brigade came to this place on Mountain Igman while they were going to the free territory to Foča. Around 20 000 people participated in the Central celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Igman march. Most visitors were from Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia.

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Croatian leaders tread softly in face of World War Two revisionism
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Saturday, 11 February 2017

ImageZAGREB/NASICE, Croatia (Reuters) - An international exhibition about Anne Frank had already toured over 20 schools across Croatia when it ran into trouble last month in the coastal city of Sibenik, spotlighting the nation's struggle to resolve its dark World War Two past. The story of the Holocaust diarist and her death at age 15 in a German concentration camp had been well received in a country that during the war was run by a Nazi puppet regime. So the exhibition coordinator, Maja Nenadovic, was "flabbergasted" when the headmaster of Sibenik's Technical School decided to remove six of the exhibition panels that focused on Croatia's former fascist Ustashe era.

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