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Old 02.09.2017., 00:31   #181
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korado korlević je u jednoj od njegovih zadnjih "explora" iznio kako je tesla imao averziju prema ovim našim prostorima, sramio se svog porjekla i sam sebe predstavljao isključivo kao amerikanca
Nije ovo istina.
Uvijek se ponosio svojim porijeklom.

Inače u ovim etničkim obračunima primjećujem 2 stvari. Jedni izvori nameću poluizvore o tobožnjem staroplemićkom hrvatskom porijeklu dok drugi gotovo pa posve osporavaju postojanje kao državnopravnog ili regionalnog entiteta u tadašnjoj monarhiji. Samo da se ospori čuvena izjava o rodu i domovini.
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Old 03.09.2017., 13:56   #182
Tesla je rijeka u Rumunjskoj..U pritoku je Tarlung i Raul Negru (Olt) rijeke..
Ukratko, to je vlaško, tj.rumunjsko, tj.arumunjsko prezime.
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Old 05.09.2017., 14:16   #183
Ako je vjerovati ovom, ključni moment oko spora njegove narodnosti zbio se kad su njegovi dnevnici završili u Beogradu umjesto npr. u Zagrebu. Zašto se to desilo, 'zaslužan je', opet prema ovo sajtu, Teslin rođak Savo Kosanović.
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Old 06.09.2017., 03:26   #184
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Nije ovo istina.
Uvijek se ponosio svojim porijeklom.
korado često voli iznosti podatke o tesli koji se kose s uvriježenim mainstream mišljenjima
http://radio.hrt.hr/emisija/explora/248/

možeš tako čuti i da je njegovim životom gotovo u potpunosti vladala -kocka, kako je baš radi nje na kraju života pao na prosijački štap

ono što smo o njemu učili do 1990 bila je više ušminkana propagadna o nedodirljivom svecu uz naštelane izjave koje su po potrebi veličale bratstvo i jedinstvo, tekovine revolucije i slično
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Old 15.09.2017., 23:23   #185
vidim da se jos jedan put glupirate
k'o da vam je tesko da proverite njegovu oficialnu biografiju od john o'neill
evo vam ekstract :

Both father and mother contributed to the child a valuable heritage of culture developed and passed on by ancestral families that had been community leaders for many generations. The father came from a family that contributed sons in equal numbers to the Church and to the Army. The mother was a member of the Mandich family whose sons, for generations without number, had, with very few exceptions, become ministers of the Serbian Orthodox Church, and whose daughters were chosen as wives by ministers.

Djouka, the mother of Nikola Tesla (her given name in English translation would be Georgina), was the eldest daughter in a family of seven children. Her father, like her husband, was a minister of the Serbian Orthodox Church,


Tesla's father started his career in the military service, a likely choice for the son of an officer; but he apparently did not inherit his father's liking for Army life. So slight an incident as criticism for failure to keep his brass buttons brightly polished caused him to leave military school. He was probably more of a poet and philosopher than a soldier. He wrote poetry which was published in contemporary papers. He also wrote articles on current problems which he signed with a pseudonym, "Srbin Pravicich.'' This, in Serb, means "Man of Justice.''

Tesla's father started his career in the military service, a likely choice for the son of an officer; but he apparently did not inherit his father's liking for Army life. So slight an incident as criticism for failure to keep his brass buttons brightly polished caused him to leave military school. He was probably more of a poet and philosopher than a soldier. He wrote poetry which was published in contemporary papers. He also wrote articles on current problems which he signed with a pseudonym, "Srbin Pravicich.'' This, in Serb, means "Man of Justice.'' He spoke, read and wrote Serbo-Croat, German and Italian. It was probably his interest in poetry and philosophy that caused him to be attracted to Djouka Mandich. She was twenty-five and Milutin was two years older. He married her in 1847. His attraction to the daughter of a pastor probably influenced his next choice of a career, for he then entered the ministry and was soon ordained a priest.


Tesla's homeland is today called Yugoslavia, a country whose name means "Land of the Southern Slavs.'' It embraces several former separate countries, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, Dalmatia and also Slovenia. The Tesla and Mandich families originally came from the western part of Serbia near Montenegro. Smiljan, the village where Tesla was born, is in the province of Lika, and at the time of his birth this was a dependent province held by the Austro-Hungarian Empire as part of Croatia and Slovenia.

mislim da znate da citate engleski

dakle poreklom su od Srbije, bili Srbi pravoslavci

znam da za vas to je velika trauma
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Old 16.09.2017., 08:40   #186
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vidim da se jos jedan put glupirate
k'o da vam je tesko da proverite njegovu oficialnu biografiju od john o'neill
evo vam ekstract :

Both father and mother contributed to the child a valuable heritage of culture developed and passed on by ancestral families that had been community leaders for many generations. The father came from a family that contributed sons in equal numbers to the Church and to the Army. The mother was a member of the Mandich family whose sons, for generations without number, had, with very few exceptions, become ministers of the Serbian Orthodox Church, and whose daughters were chosen as wives by ministers.

Djouka, the mother of Nikola Tesla (her given name in English translation would be Georgina), was the eldest daughter in a family of seven children. Her father, like her husband, was a minister of the Serbian Orthodox Church,


Tesla's father started his career in the military service, a likely choice for the son of an officer; but he apparently did not inherit his father's liking for Army life. So slight an incident as criticism for failure to keep his brass buttons brightly polished caused him to leave military school. He was probably more of a poet and philosopher than a soldier. He wrote poetry which was published in contemporary papers. He also wrote articles on current problems which he signed with a pseudonym, "Srbin Pravicich.'' This, in Serb, means "Man of Justice.''

Tesla's father started his career in the military service, a likely choice for the son of an officer; but he apparently did not inherit his father's liking for Army life. So slight an incident as criticism for failure to keep his brass buttons brightly polished caused him to leave military school. He was probably more of a poet and philosopher than a soldier. He wrote poetry which was published in contemporary papers. He also wrote articles on current problems which he signed with a pseudonym, "Srbin Pravicich.'' This, in Serb, means "Man of Justice.'' He spoke, read and wrote Serbo-Croat, German and Italian. It was probably his interest in poetry and philosophy that caused him to be attracted to Djouka Mandich. She was twenty-five and Milutin was two years older. He married her in 1847. His attraction to the daughter of a pastor probably influenced his next choice of a career, for he then entered the ministry and was soon ordained a priest.


Tesla's homeland is today called Yugoslavia, a country whose name means "Land of the Southern Slavs.'' It embraces several former separate countries, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, Dalmatia and also Slovenia. The Tesla and Mandich families originally came from the western part of Serbia near Montenegro. Smiljan, the village where Tesla was born, is in the province of Lika, and at the time of his birth this was a dependent province held by the Austro-Hungarian Empire as part of Croatia and Slovenia.

mislim da znate da citate engleski

dakle poreklom su od Srbije, bili Srbi pravoslavci

znam da za vas to je velika trauma
nema traume, tesla je i dalje hrvatskog porijekla..sam je to naveo u dnevniku...kojeg još nismo vidjeli..a zašto sam ćeš shvatiti....

u dnevniku je formula za atomsku bombu...
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Old 16.09.2017., 10:00   #187
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vidim da se jos jedan put glupirate
k'o da vam je tesko da proverite njegovu oficialnu biografiju od john o'neill
evo vam ekstract :

Both father and mother contributed to the child a valuable heritage of culture developed and passed on by ancestral families that had been community leaders for many generations. The father came from a family that contributed sons in equal numbers to the Church and to the Army. The mother was a member of the Mandich family whose sons, for generations without number, had, with very few exceptions, become ministers of the Serbian Orthodox Church, and whose daughters were chosen as wives by ministers.

Djouka, the mother of Nikola Tesla (her given name in English translation would be Georgina), was the eldest daughter in a family of seven children. Her father, like her husband, was a minister of the Serbian Orthodox Church,
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mislim da znate da citate engleski

dakle poreklom su od Srbije, bili Srbi pravoslavci

znam da za vas to je velika trauma
Dobar primjer kako vjerska pripadnost utječe na percepciju etničke pripadnosti.
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Old 16.09.2017., 18:06   #188
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vidim da se jos jedan put glupirate
k'o da vam je tesko da proverite njegovu oficialnu biografiju od john o'neill
evo vam ekstract :

Both father and mother contributed to the child a valuable heritage of culture developed and passed on by ancestral families that had been community leaders for many generations. The father came from a family that contributed sons in equal numbers to the Church and to the Army. The mother was a member of the Mandich family whose sons, for generations without number, had, with very few exceptions, become ministers of the Serbian Orthodox Church, and whose daughters were chosen as wives by ministers.

Djouka, the mother of Nikola Tesla (her given name in English translation would be Georgina), was the eldest daughter in a family of seven children. Her father, like her husband, was a minister of the Serbian Orthodox Church,


Tesla's father started his career in the military service, a likely choice for the son of an officer; but he apparently did not inherit his father's liking for Army life. So slight an incident as criticism for failure to keep his brass buttons brightly polished caused him to leave military school. He was probably more of a poet and philosopher than a soldier. He wrote poetry which was published in contemporary papers. He also wrote articles on current problems which he signed with a pseudonym, "Srbin Pravicich.'' This, in Serb, means "Man of Justice.''

Tesla's father started his career in the military service, a likely choice for the son of an officer; but he apparently did not inherit his father's liking for Army life. So slight an incident as criticism for failure to keep his brass buttons brightly polished caused him to leave military school. He was probably more of a poet and philosopher than a soldier. He wrote poetry which was published in contemporary papers. He also wrote articles on current problems which he signed with a pseudonym, "Srbin Pravicich.'' This, in Serb, means "Man of Justice.'' He spoke, read and wrote Serbo-Croat, German and Italian. It was probably his interest in poetry and philosophy that caused him to be attracted to Djouka Mandich. She was twenty-five and Milutin was two years older. He married her in 1847. His attraction to the daughter of a pastor probably influenced his next choice of a career, for he then entered the ministry and was soon ordained a priest.


Tesla's homeland is today called Yugoslavia, a country whose name means "Land of the Southern Slavs.'' It embraces several former separate countries, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, Dalmatia and also Slovenia. The Tesla and Mandich families originally came from the western part of Serbia near Montenegro. Smiljan, the village where Tesla was born, is in the province of Lika, and at the time of his birth this was a dependent province held by the Austro-Hungarian Empire as part of Croatia and Slovenia.

mislim da znate da citate engleski

dakle poreklom su od Srbije, bili Srbi pravoslavci

znam da za vas to je velika trauma
Nema dokaza da su porijeklom iz Srbije, a autor bi trebao znati da je Tesla rođen u HR, ne znam zašto spominje i Sloveniju koje tad nije ni bilo, a nije bilo ni SPC, bar ne pod tim imenom. Dakle, tekst je manjkav.
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