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Bosnia & Herzegovina History
Posted by: John Pandzic (ID *****7750) Date: March 28, 2006 at 07:28:45
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I am looking for someone who can answer a couple of history questions for me. When did the Turk occupation of Bosnia & Herzegovina change to Austro-Hungarian, and then when to Bosnia & Herzegovine Country/States (19??. I make the assumption in the later due to some information on Ellis Island records showing some early 1900 immigrants from Austria(Drinovci, Austria). I knew this occurred but not when it occurred. Please help.

thanks

John Pandzic
croat55@bellsouth.net


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