In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- There was a small Bosnian village where Croats and Serbs fought a war against each other.
- Unlike Serbs, Croats, Slovaks, Czechs, French, Norwegians and so on, Poles were not permitted a collaborator government.
- Such was not the case in the brutal conflict between the Serbs and Croats.
- This then joined the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, later renamed Yugoslavia.
- It did not survive the battles between Serbs and Croats.
- The Croats speak Croatian, a South Slavic language of the Indo-European family.
- The Croats and the Russians didn't sign up in advance for aerotowing, so they will be lucky to be placed at the back of the queue on the first day.
- Hailing from the Balkans, the so-called powder keg of Europe, Croats are a tall and somewhat western looking people.
- As a Serb living among Croats and Bosnians he was, more than most, forced to confront his identity and loyalties.
- Under the Hapsburgs, urban Croats spoke German, and Latin was the official language of government.
- The Bulgars and Croats are most into roleplay and dressing up.
- By half way the Croats had eaten at the two second Egyptian lead and continued to surge.
- Dalmatian Croats are fairly dark - skinned but their inland brethren are quite fair.
- For a start, many Croats object to it being restored at all.
- In terms of England's qualification, if they draw, a victory by France over Switzerland, or a draw in that game, would see them finish above the Croats and the Swiss.
- Their descendants account for about a third of the present population, the remainder being mainly Serbs and Croats.
- The Magyars were more anxious than ever to suppress the national movements of Romanians, Slovaks, Croats, and Serbs.
- His passing will be mourned by the Greeks, Croats, Hungarians, Italians and any other ethnic group you can name.
- ‘We mustn't make the mistake of under-estimating the Croats as we did the Czechs,’ he said.
- They are everything from Koreans to Russians, and from Croats to Bosnians.
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