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I'm looking for books or articles of dalmatian history between ca. 1848 and ca. 1945. Please tell me some titels or authors or write me some web-sites where I can find something about (general) history of dalmacia. Thank you very much.
-- Robert Ivisic (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 28, 2000
YO QUERIA SABER SI ME PUEDEN ENVIAR FOTOS SOBRE LAS COSTAS DE DALMACIA ,POR QUE QUERIA VER EL LUGAR DONDE NACIO MI ABUELA
-- ALEJANDRO RAMOS (ALE2227@AOL.COM.AR), July 01, 2001.
Hello there Robert,
What family are you from? My mothers maiden name is Ivisic. Her full name is Iva Ivisic and she grew up in a town called Kosute in Split, Dalmacija. Her parents where Vlado and Mara Ivisic. I was just wondering if you were part of the family, seeing that you have some affiliation with dalmacija.
-- Ante (email@example.com), January 16, 2002.
Hello; Ilive in Argentina, and my grandfather came from Dalmacia, the only thing that i know, it is that her name was Marcos Blajic,and he borned on august 11-1907 in Split. I need information of him. Her father was Jose Blajic, and her mother was Tatiana Struich. Please if you know something send me and email, but try not to publicate this writting or the thing you email me
-- guillermo parodi (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 03, 2003.
IF SOMEBODY , CAN SEND ME , ANY THING ABOUT "Dalmacia" BECAUSE MY ANCESTORS CAME FROM THERE, AND IN MY FAMILY ALL WOMEN CARRY THE NAME "DALMACIA". I M VERY INTERESTED FOR TO KNOW ABOUT THIS PLACE, MAYBE PHOTOS OR HISTORY , I DONīT KNOW . THANK YOU .
PAOLA DALMACIA FROM CHILE.
-- Paola Dalmacia R. V (email@example.com), November 15, 2003.
i thought i already wrote...two books zbornik.......prvic sepurine.....krsto stosic sela sibenskog
-- robert cukro (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 19, 2003.
ako znas hrvatski javi se na ovu email adresu
-- dee (kosucanka@Yahoo.com), November 23, 2003.