Jastrebarsko

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Early military career Obrenović's first assignment was a tank platoon command at the Jastrebarsko garrison in the SFR Yugoslav (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) republic of Croatia. After six months he was promoted to tank company commander in the same brigade. This post he held until 1990 when he was promoted to deputy command of the armored battalion. In October 1991, during the Croatian War of Independence, the JNA started its withdrawal from Croatia and Obrenović's unit was relocated to the Dubrava Airport in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he was promoted to acting commander of the armored battalion. On February 28, 1992, his battalion was relocated to Mali Zvornik and Zvornik when the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina began to deteriorate as well.


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by ban Josip Jelačić in 1848. Early military career Obrenović's first assignment was a tank platoon command at the Jastrebarsko garrison in the SFR Yugoslav (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) republic of Croatia. After six months he was promoted to tank company commander in the same brigade. This post he held until 1990 when he was promoted to deputy command of the armored battalion. In October 1991, during the Croatian War of Independence, the JNA started its withdrawal from Croatia and Obrenović's unit was relocated to the Dubrava Airport in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he was promoted to acting commander of the armored battalion. On February 28, 1992, his battalion was relocated to Mali Zvornik and Zvornik when the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina began to deteriorate as well.


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H3llBot Climate The climate of Jastrebarsko is classified as maritime temperate (Oceanic climate) with a slightly drier winter (''Cfwbx'' in Köppen climate classification system (Köppen climate classification#GROUP C: Temperate mesothermal climates)). The city experiences four separate seasons. Winters are mild and summers are cool and the dry season spans through the winter and early spring. The average January low is around , while the July high

Feb mean C 1.4 Mar mean C 5.6 Apr mean C 9.8 May mean C 14.9 Jun mean C 17.8 Jul mean C 19.8 Aug mean C 18.9 Sep mean C 15.1 Oct mean C 9.9 Nov mean C 4.1 Dec mean C 0.9 year mean C 9.8 Jan low C -6.1 Feb low C -4.2 Mar low C 1.4 Apr low C 7.7 May low C 12.1 Jun low C 16.6 Jul low C 18.0 Aug low C 16.3 Sep low C 12.6 Oct low C 6.5 Nov low C 0.8 Dec low C -2.2 year low C 8.8 Jan record low C -25.5 Feb record low C

-24.0 Mar record low C -18.0 Apr record low C -4.5 May record low C -2.0 Jun record low C 3.5 Jul record low C 5.5 Aug record low C 3.0 Sep record low C -2.0 Oct record low C -5.8 Nov record low C -14.5 Dec record low C -19.0 year record low C -25.5 Jan precipitation mm 54.1 Feb precipitation mm 60.1 Mar precipitation mm 69.1 Apr precipitation mm 68.2 May precipitation mm 80.0 Jun precipitation mm 98.3 Jul precipitation mm 82.2 Aug


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628.71 elevation_footnotes elevation_m 154 elevation_max_m elevation_min_m population_as_of 2001 (2001 Croatian census) population_footnotes population_note population_total 15866 population_est

for ''river''). On the west, Jastrebarsko is bordered by the Žumberak Mountain (Žumberačka gora) (


guest appearance

The band has held numerous humanitarian concerts. Thompson made a guest appearance at a humanitarian concert in Jastrebarsko on February 5, 2005, to raise money for a local's lymphoma treatment. Mate Bulić and Thompson held a concert in Slavonski Brod in 2006 with proceeds going to the building of a shrine near the city. Early military career Obrenović's first assignment was a tank platoon command at the Jastrebarsko garrison in the SFR Yugoslav (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) republic of Croatia. After six months he was promoted to tank company commander in the same brigade. This post he held until 1990 when he was promoted to deputy command of the armored battalion. In October 1991, during the Croatian War of Independence, the JNA started its withdrawal from Croatia and Obrenović's unit was relocated to the Dubrava Airport in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he was promoted to acting commander of the armored battalion. On February 28, 1992, his battalion was relocated to Mali Zvornik and Zvornik when the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina began to deteriorate as well.


successful attacks

attack from TO units, forcing it to surrender. Units from the YPA's Fourth Armoured Corps attempted to move up from Jastrebarsko in Croatia but were beaten back near the border town of Bregana. The Slovenian TO mounted successful attacks on border crossings at Šentilj, Gornja Radgona, Fernetiči and Gorjansko, capturing them and taking a number of YPA troops prisoner. A lengthy engagement between YPA and Slovenian TO forces took place during the afternoon and evening


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;right" Numerous concentration camps were built in Croatia (Independent State of Croatia), most notably Jasenovac (Jasenovac concentration camp) (in Croatian: Logor Jasenovac in Serbian: Логор Јасеновац Logor Jasenovac), the largest, where hundreds of thousands of Serbs, Gypsies (Romani people) (Roma), Jews and Croatian dissidents died. It was established


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high school and later for two years studied phonetics and history at the University of Zagreb's Faculty of Philosophy (Faculty of Philosophy, Zagreb) before dropping out. Stulic's youth and his musical beginnings are the subject of documentary "Kad Miki kaze da se boji". 2 July 1991 The heaviest fighting of the war to date took place during 2 July, which proved a day of major set-backs for the YPA. The YPA convoy in the Krakovski forest came under sustained attack from TO units, forcing it to surrender. Units from the YPA's Fourth Armoured Corps attempted to move up from Jastrebarsko in Croatia but were beaten back near the border town of Bregana. The Slovenian TO mounted successful attacks on border crossings at Šentilj, Gornja Radgona, Fernetiči and Gorjansko, capturing them and taking a number of YPA troops prisoner. A lengthy engagement between YPA and Slovenian TO forces took place during the afternoon and evening at Dravograd, and a number of YPA facilities around the country fell to Slovenian forces. While "Troy Hill" generally refers to the historically German neighborhood atop the Troy Hill plateau, the neighborhood's boundaries also encompass the narrow and flat river plain that sits between the plateau and the Allegheny River. At present (2011), this river plain is dominated by Pennsylvania Route 28, an expressway which begins at East Ohio Street and then follows the river north. But before Route 28 became an expressway, this plain was a Croatian neighborhood that was settled by immigrants from Jastrebarsko, who called the neighborhood "Mala Jaska" and founded St. Nicholas Parish (Saint Nicholas Croatian Catholic Church). Early military career Obrenović's first assignment was a tank platoon command at the Jastrebarsko garrison in the SFR Yugoslav (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) republic of Croatia. After six months he was promoted to tank company commander in the same brigade. This post he held until 1990 when he was promoted to deputy command of the armored battalion. In October 1991, during the Croatian War of Independence, the JNA started its withdrawal from Croatia and Obrenović's unit was relocated to the Dubrava Airport in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he was promoted to acting commander of the armored battalion. On February 28, 1992, his battalion was relocated to Mali Zvornik and Zvornik when the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina began to deteriorate as well.


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1879 PLACE OF BIRTH Jastrebarsko, Austro-Hungary DATE OF DEATH 15 May 1964 Biography Born into a Yugoslav People's Army officer's family, young Branimir grew up in Skopje where his father was stationed at the time. At the age of 7, he moved with his family to Cvetković village near Jastrebarsko where they spent year and a half before relocating to Jastrebarsko proper for the following 5 years. In January 1967 Štulić moved to Zagreb where he attended


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August 2011 Settlements The settlements in the city administrative area are: * Belčići, population 91 * Brebrovac, population 74 * Brezari, population 66 * Breznik Plešivički, population 123 * Bukovac Svetojanski, population 85 * Celine, population 68 * Crna Mlaka, population 30 * Cvetković, population 616 * Čabdin, population 139 * Čeglje, population 373 * Črnilovec, population 123

Jastrebarsko

'''Jastrebarsko''' ( ) is a town in Zagreb County, Croatia.

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