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  Balokovic, Zlatko, Papers
Zlatko Balokovic was born on March 21, 1895, in Zagreb, Croatia (at the time part of Austria-Hungary).
Zlatko was an untiring advocate for Tito's Yugoslav Partisans; in November 1944, with the help of adlai Stevenson (nephew by marriage) he went to Washington demanding the shipment of medical supplies to the Partisan forces.
Balokovic was a world-renowned violinist and activist for Yugoslav nationalism.
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 Zlatko Balokovic at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Zlatko Balokovic Papers were given to the Immigration History Research Center Collection by Mary Borden Bok...
Zlatko Balokovic was born on March 21, 1895, in Zagreb, Croatia (at...
Zlatko Balokovi (March 21, 1895 - March 29 1965) was a...
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 Zlatko Balokovic -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Zlatko Balokovic -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Zlatko Baloković (March 21, 1895 - March 29 1965) was a (A republic in the western Balkans in south-central Europe in the eastern Adriatic coastal area; formerly part of the Habsburg monarchy and Yugoslavia; became independent in 1991) Croatian violinist.
He made such progress that, after three years, he was sent to (The capital and largest city of the Czech Republic in the western part of the countryi; a cultural and commercial center since the 14th century) Prague to continue his studies at the "Meisterschule" under the guidance of Otkar Ševčik.
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 Zlatko Balokovic
Tito presented Zlatko with the Grand Cross of the Yugoslav Flag "in recognition of his artisitic and humanitarian achievements and his contribution to closer relations and better understanding between the peoples of Ygoslavia and the United States of America."
the Zlatko Balokovic collection consists of personal papers regarding Zlatko and Joyce Borden Balokovic's participation in various civic and political organizations, Zlatko's musical career, and the couple's advocacy on behalf of the People's Republic of Yugoslavia.
Zlatko Balokovic's miscellaneous writings and speeches (typed and handwritten drafts), as well as related
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 MindNet Journal - Vol. 1, No. 97A
Andrija claimed that he had met the new left bunch via his father who had insisted he call the world famous violinist Zlatko Balakovic on the telephone while Andrija was in New York tending to his upcoming future.
They had also dropped by Bulgaria where Zlatko was given The Order of the 9th of September medal by President Kolaroff of Bulgaria, which at the time was the highest honor that country laid on heros.
All their good work got fired upon when it was discovered that cast in with the material to be shipped were of all things, surplus radar equipment.
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 Zlatko Balokovic Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
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 College and Medical School
Although Zlatko Balokovic had his office in New York, he and his wife Joyce lived in Camden, Maine.
Zlatko was a worldly gentleman of the old aristocratic school, and a renowned violinist in the United States and Europe.
However, the rich charm of Joyce and Zlatko put him at ease, and soon they were discussing his interest in medicine, research and philosophy.
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Zatlo Balokovic was born on March 21, 1895 in Zagreb.
Balokovic lived in Great Britain from 1920 to 1923 and in 1926 he married with Joyce Barden, grand daughter of Adlai Stevenson, vice president of the United-States.
Balokovic returns to Yugoslavia in 1954 where he is decorated by Tito of the Large Cross of the Yugoslav flag.
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 Zlatko - Zlatko Buric DVDs at the best price   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Zlatko "Zee" Fabris swaps some As for our Qs.
Z latko Fabris, born in South Africa to Croatian parents, is better known to audiences who watched the reality
Zlatko Kozina: The Colours of Alchemy and Archetypal Signs (catalogue text).
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 Tragac: zlatko   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Zlatko Balokovic Papers were given to the Immigration History...
Zlatko Balokovic was born on March 21, 1895, in Zagreb, Croatia (at the time part...
Zlatko Krstevski (1969), he graduated painting in Skopje.
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Like Zlatko Balakovic, Rosen had come up on the wrong side following WW II and the beginning of the cold war.
It, like Zlatko Balakovic's organizations, was cited as a subversive group.
Zlatko Balakovic kicked in $2,000 and a Mr.
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 Zlatko - Get 1 free lyrics to Zlatko (big Brother) songs!!!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Zlatko Janèiè Researcher >>> Slovenska razlièica Contact: Jancic, Zlatko, Zabkar, Vesna.
Forum Info, Contact Info Zlatko is not a member of any public groups.
Slovenia's soccer hero Zlatko Zahovic is the undisputed star of a team that is otherwise devoid of well-known players.
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 May Johnson Business Papers
This collection consists materials assembled by May Johnson in the course of her position as agent for various artists.
The bulk of the collection concerns the careers of two of these: violinist Zlatko Balokovic (1895-1965) and soprano Eleonora De Cisneros (1874-1934).
Material re Balokovic includes carbons of many of Johnson’s sometimes exasperated letters to him as well as several publicity photographs.
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"Tried to subvert 10 million people!!" "Zlatko Balokovic." an article sneers on "was bitten by the communist bug in 1943 after several unsuccessful concerts in this country he decided to become a professional revolutionist." Andrija says he got snowed in with Balkovic's and instead of spending ving introduced him to the subject of ESP.
Forked tongue stuff insofar as I have a document which clearly states his intent to investigate the area prior to meeting the Balakovic's.
Like Zlatko Balakovic, Rosen belonged to, and had come up on, the wrong side following WW II and the beginning of the cold war.
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Also that Zlatko Balokovic, Andrija's friend in Maine, was the spokesman for the New Yugoslavia in New York, and a personal friend of Tito.
The friendship between Andrija and the Balokovic' may very well have been the reason why the people in Glen Cove, Maine regarded Andrija's work as Communist-inspired, and was also the cause of the investigation by the FBI in 1950.
I do not want to burden the reader with what happened to me. However, I was part of the drama and I feel that I must recount some of the events that changed the course of Andrija's life.
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 TIME Magazine Archive Article -- Carpenter Concerto -- Nov. 29, 1937   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Last week he gave his native city the first big work he had composed since 1933, a Concerto for Violin and Orchestra.
His good friend, Zlatko Balokovic, Yugoslav violinist, played the Concerto.
Respectful Chicago critics agreed that Composer Carpenter had learned something, but could not quite say what it was.
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An accomplished violinist, Zlatko Balokovic (1895-1965) was born in Zagreb.
As a result of these activities, the Balokovics were investigated by the United States House Un-American Activities Committee in 1949, but were subsequently cleared.
The papers relate chiefly to Balokovic's involvement with Yugoslavian and Croatian organizations and to his musical career.
special.lib.umn.edu /findaid/xml/ihrc146.xml   (344 words)

 Zlatko - Zlatko Calusic's Linux kernel stuff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Vielleicht erhalten Sie per E-mail einen Bildschirmschoner "ZLATKO" in einer Zlatko is the name of an actor from a popular reality-soap television show
Browse this catalogue of classic, independent, arthouse, cult and silent films and documentaries.
Writing and Publishing Credits: Zlatko Waterman was born in Oregon in 1945 and has lived in Like Edward Gorey, Zlatko Waterman does not like flap copy.
www.vwae.com /?q=zlatko   (163 words)

 Cozio.com: Violins, violas, cellos & double basses owned by Zlatko Balokovic
Cozio.com: Violins, violas, cellos & double basses owned by Zlatko Balokovic
To see details about a instrument, click on the instrument's ID number
Indicates that because the date is unknown the entire span of the luthier's working years is given
www.cozio.com /Owner.aspx?id=426   (40 words)

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On that beautiful evening, newly released audio materials broadcasted on New York Radio after Nikola Tesla's death was played to the audience.
The Eulogy to Tesla delivered by New York City Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, and Tesla's favorite song "Tamo daleko" performed by violin genius Zlatko Balokovic was received with emotions by the audience.
The audio material with the voice of New York City Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia and violin by Zlatko Balokovic was found by the Tesla Memorial Society of New York after many years of searching.
www.teslasociety.com /teslaevening.htm   (480 words)

 Helm's Genealogy Toolbox - Peasant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Paul M. Manuel and Teresa M. Barone This is the story of Paul Manuel and Teresa Barone, my Sicilian great grandparents.
The IHRC Guide to Collections: Croatian American Collection Manuscripts Monographs Newspapers Serials Manuscripts Balokovic, Zlatko (1895-1965).
Asser's Life of King Alfred The earliest known biography of Alfred the Great, written by a Welshman from St. David's, who served the king as Bishop of...
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 Arbiter Liner Notes
Meanwhile, as this writer was preparing a CD of Friedman's colleague Severin Eisenberger, his daughter Agnes Eisenberger locates a cache of manuscripts that had been given to her father.
It contains the Reverie viennoise by Tiegerman, dedicated to Eisenberger during Tiegerman's 1928 visit to New York as accompanist to the violinist Zlatko Balokovic (a time coinciding with Vladimir Horowitz's debut recitals.)
Milan, summer of 1995: Marco Contini, archivist and record producer, recalls the exceptional musicians who fled Egypt in 1956 for Italy, especially the conductor Oreste Campisi, who had recently passed away.
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 Croatian music, Bunjevci Croats in Backa
Krsto Odak (1888-1961), important Croatian composer of sacral music, in particular church music inspired with old Croatian glagolitic texts.
the violinist Zlatko Balokovic (1895-1965); he was in possession of Guarneri's famous violine "the King" from 1735 (named in honour of King Joseph of Hapsburg, estimated to nine million dollars), that he donated to his beloved city of Zagreb in 1964;
Guarneri's famous violine "the King" from 1735 (named in honour of King Joseph of Hapsburg, estimated to nine million dollars), that Balokovic donated to the city of Zagreb in 1964.
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 Croatian art
He carved a bust of a famous Croatian violinist Zlatko Balokovic in 1967 (Zagreb, Mirogoj).
Professor Balthasar has been created by Zlatko Grgic, a
The Little Flying Bears (Les Oursons Volants) were also created by the Zagreb School of Animation (Zagreb Film), in coproduction with Ciné-Groupe (Canada), also very successful throughout the world.
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