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Rab News (mostly very old):

  • Najstarija rapska maslina napunila 1.239 godina - Otoci - Novi list, 18. listopada 2011. u 14:48
    The oldest olive tree on Rab is 1,239 years old. Oct. 18, 2011.
  • A VOTIVE RETURN TO RAB. CROATIA WEEKLY Zagreb, February 18, 2000
  • RAB: A HAPPY TOWN AND ISLAND. Vesna Kusin, Croatia Weekly - On-line, Zagreb, July 3, 1998.
  • Glagoljastvo kao drugi jezik VIJENAC 84 Broj 84, 27. ozujak 1997.
    Razgovori: Andjelko Badurina - Interview with Andjelko Badurina, Croatian expert in the Glagolitic church manuscripts. Here he discusses the important manuscript found on Rab island and its great historic importance (in Croatian).
  • FOREIGN PRESS BUREAU ZAGREB DAILY BULLETIN - 27th July 1994.
    ZADAR, CROATIA: Croatian President, Dr Franjo Tuđman yesterday opened an electrical power grid linking Zadar and Rijeka via the isles of Krk, Rab and Pag. The grid will ensure a more reliable supply of electricity to these areas.
  • FOREIGN PRESS BUREAU ZAGREB DAILY BULLETIN 13th July 1994.
    PAG, CROATIA: A new power station in Stara Novalja on the isle of Pag was opened today. This project connects Rab and Stara Novalja via power cable along the sea bed and secures electricity for Pag, Zadar and the Zadar hinterland.

From The New York Times Archives:

  • The New York Times: ADRIATIC ISLE OF RAB RETAKEN, NAZIS SAY.
    Tito's Communique Tells of Enemy Plan for Big Drive. PUBLISH DATE: March 29, 1944, PAGE NUMBER 3.
  • DALMATIAN THRUST OF NAZIS STEMMED.
    Partisans Check Foe's Efforts to Sever Link With Allies — Guerrillas Cut Rails.
    CAIRO, Egypt, Nov. 11 — German efforts to launch a new offensive against Yugoslav Partisan positions along the Dalmatian coast, to drive them inland and away from the seaports at present serving the Yugoslav as tenuous naval links with the Allies in Italy, appear again to have failed, according to information obtained here this evening from usually reliable sources. By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES. PUBLISH DATE: November 12, 1943, PAGE NUMBER 5.

Reid Wiseman ?@astro_reid Nov 1 #Italy at top #Croatia at bottom – neat to see how land was ripped apart long ago.
Photo taken by Astronaut Reid Weiseman of Adriatic Sea and Croatian Islands.

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