We spoke about Extinguished Countries and the upcoming guidebook to the Habsburg Empire with Croatian public television HRT. The programme that interviewed our own Giovanni Vale and Ivana Pogačić is Alpe Dunav Jadran. At this address you can find the video of the episode, recorded in our offices in Zagreb and near the Croatian National… Continue reading Our interview with Croatian HRT
The Croatian portal Tportal came to meet us at our office in Zagreb to talk to us about the upcoming book on the Habsburg Empire and the Extinguished Countries project in general. They were also particularly interested in when a guide to Yugoslavia will come out… You can read the full interview (in Croatian) here.
We’ve been invited to talk about the Habsburg Empire’s legacy and the Extinguished Countries project at the Croatian branch of N1 television. N1 is a regional 24-hour news channel, as well as CNN International’s local broadcast partner and affiliate. It has branches in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, and it is available in all former… Continue reading Our interview with Croatian TV N1
We just started our crowdfunding campaign for the second Extinguished Countries guidebook: the Habsburg Empire. You can now pre-order your copy of the guide and join us in this new adventure in Europe’s history! Watch the campaign video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoSOPNQCFRI Extinguished Countries is a series of travel guidebooks to countries that no longer exist. … Continue reading The crowdfunding campaign for the Habsburg Empire has started!
Today we had the pleasure of presenting the Extinguished Countries project and the forthcoming guide on the Habsburg Empire on TGR RAI Bolzano television. You can watch the entire interview (in Italian) here below or on the television’s website: https://extinguishedcountries.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/3011-BGR0730-S-OSPITE-STATI-SCOMPARSI_2079633.mp4 TGR is the regional information service of RAI, the Italian public television. Bolzano, in the… Continue reading Our interview with Italian TV Rai
In the days of classical Greece, the first of the nine muses of the arts was Clio (or Kleio), the muse of history. It is to her that Zagreb’s history festival, Kliofest, owes its name. Kliofest was conceived by Damir Agičić, professor of history at the University of Zagreb and founder, along with Magdalena Najbar-Agičić of… Continue reading 10 Years of Kliofest