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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Glavni sadržaj.. |.. Navigacija u kategoriji.. MDC.. Museums in Croatia.. Links.. hrvatski.. | english.. Find a curator.. Alphabetical list.. A-E.. F-G.. H-K.. L-M.. N-R.. S-U.. V-Ž.. Aleksić, Lucija.. Babin, Ankica.. Balabanić, Josip.. Balen, Branka.. Balen-Letunić, Dubravka.. Barbalić, Željko.. Barbić, Vesna.. Baričević, Marina.. Baričević, Dorotea.. Batorović, Mato.. Bauer, Antonija.. Bauer, Antun.. Begonja-Vidović, Leonilda.. Benc-Bošković, Katica.. Benyovsky, Lucija.. Borošak-Marijanović, Jelena.. Brajdić, Vjekoslav.. Brlošić, Stjepan.. Bulat, Mirko.. Buršić, Herman.. Cvitanović, Đurđica.. Čorak, Željka.. Ćus-Rukonić, Jasminka.. Diana, Deša.. Diminić, Josip.. Dobronić, Lelja.. Draganić, Danica.. Drechsler-Bižić, Ružica.. Dučakijević, Mirjana.. Dukat, Zdenka.. Durbešić, Viktorija.. Dvojković, Zdravko.. Eckhel, Nerina.. Fazinić, Alena.. Frajtag, Zdenka.. Gašparović, Ljerka.. Girardi-Jurkić, Vesna.. Gjetvaj, Nada.. Goll, Predrag.. Gotthardi-Škiljan, Renata.. Hajduk, Stjepan.. Hećimović, Branko.. Heim, Mira.. Horvat, Ida.. Horvat, Vlado.. Horvatić, Franjo.. Iskra-Janošić, Ivana.. Ivanuš, Rhea Silvija.. Ivanuša, Dolores.. Ivetić, Marija.. Ivkanec, Ivanka.. Ivoš, Jelena.. Jajčević, Zdenko.. Juroš-Monfardin, Fina.. Kalauz, Ksenija.. Kalšan, Vladimir.. Karaman, Antun.. Kečkemet, Duško.. Kelemen, Boris.. Kero, Pavao.. Kirigin, Branko.. Klemm, Miroslav.. Kličinović, Božena.. Kosanović, Nikola.. Koščević, Želimir.. Kraguljac, Božena.. Kralj, Ariana.. Kružić-Uchytil, Vera.. Ladović, Vanda.. Ladović, Josip.. Lazarević, Aleksandra.. Lechner, Zdenka.. Leskošek, Vilim.. Lončarić, Magdalena.. Majanović, Nada.. Maleković, Vladimir.. Maroević, Tonko.. Maroević, Ivo.. Maruševski, Olga.. Matić, Ivan.. Mihovilić, Kristina.. Miškiv, Ivanka-Jesenka.. Mrkobrad, Valerija.. Munk, Zdenka.. Nedved, Branka.. Orlić, Alma.. Oštrić, Olga.. Oštrić, Goroslav.. Pauletich, Antonio.. Pavić, Vladimira.. Pavlović, Zagorka.. Petricioli, Sofija.. Petr-Marčec, Smiljana.. Premerl, Nada.. Prister, Boris.. Quien, Guido.. Radauš-Ribarić, Jelka.. Radovčić, Jakov.. Ramušćak, Ljubica.. Randić, Mirjana.. Rendić-Miočević, Ante.. Ribičić-Županić, Anica.. Rus, Zdenko.. Sakač, Mirjana.. Schneider, Marijana.. Sokač-Štimac, Dubravka.. Sorić, Ante.. Staničić, Stanko.. Stergar, Branka.. Susovski, Marijan.. Šercer, Marija.. Šestan, Ivan.. Širec, Ljubica.. Škulj, Božica.. Šterk, Slavko.. Šutalo, Kata.. Toldi, Zvonimir.. Tomičić, Jasna.. Tonković, Marija.. Tonković, Snježana.. Uskoković, Jelena.. Velić, Biserka.. Vikić, Branka.. Vinterhalter, Jadranka.. Vojnović, Zdenko.. Vojnović, Mihovil.. Vorano, Tullio.. Vrbanić-Fadjejev, Ivana.. Vrkljan-Križić, Nada.. Zebec, Vladimir.. Zidić, Igor.. Name and surname:.. Home institution:.. Arcaheological Museum of Istria.. Arcaheological Museum Split.. Archaeological Museum Zadar.. Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.. Belisce Museum.. Bjelovar Municipal Museum.. Cres Museum.. Croatian History Museum.. Croatian Natural History Museum.. Croatian Railways Museum.. Croatian School Museum.. Croatian Sports Museum.. Ethnographic Museum Zagreb.. Ethnographical Museum of Istria.. Gallery of Fine Arts.. Gallery of Modern Art.. Graphic Art Cabinet of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.. HT Museum - Croatian Post and Telecommunication Museum.. Ilok Municipal Museum.. Imotski Local History Museum.. Istrian History Museum.. Ivan Mestrovic Foundation - Ivan Mestrovic Atelier.. Ivan Mestrovic Foundation - Ivan Mestrovic Gallery.. Ivan Meštrović Foundation - Ivan Meštrovic Gallery.. Ivan Meštrović Foundation - Ivan Meštrović Atelier.. Karlovac Municipal Museum.. Kastela Municipal Museum.. Klovićevi Dvori Gallery.. Koprivnica Municipal Museum.. Korčula Municipal Museum.. Labin Museum.. Losinj Museum.. Maritime and History Museum of the Hrvatsko primorje Region.. Međimurje Regional  ...   collection.. Particular specialisation.. archaeology, Greek and Roman sculpting.. Home institution.. ,.. Biography.. Ante Rendić-Miočević was born in Split in 1943, and there attended elementary school and classics high school, completing this education, however, in Zagreb.. He took a degree from the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University in 1969, having read art history and archaeology.. As trainee archaeologist, he got a job in the Archaeology Museum in Split.. After having taken the national professional exam in 1973 he was employed in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb as curator, up to 1979, then as senior curator, and in 1986 acquired the rank of museum adviser.. Along with his work in the Antiquity Department he was also manager of the Egyptian Collection.. In 1984 he was appointed to the position of director of the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.. Since student days he had taken part in many excavations, and had led teams, taken part in the excavations in Narona, Solin, Škrip, Prozor.. He was a participant in many international conferences at home and abroad.. He was author or co-author of exhibition projects, including Heritage of Croatian Museums - Archaeological Museum in Zagreb in Arezzo and Turin, and author of the exhibition marking the century and a half of the existence of the Archaeology Museum entitled Muzeopis.. His bibliography includes many writings of various contents, including museology, the problems of Greek and Roman provincial sculpting, cult monuments of domestic deities.. He authored numerous forewords, op-ed articles and TV screenplays.. He is a member of the editorial board of various specialised journals, and for many years edited the museum journal Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagreb.. He has been a member of the Croatian Museum Council, Commission for Writing the Museum Law, many other commissions, and the Managing Council of the Croatian History Museum, and since 2002 has been a corresponding member of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) in Berlin.. His work has won him the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić.. In 2008.. was awarded by Croatian Museum Association with „Pavao Ritter Vitezović“ award for a lifetime achievement.. NB.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on March 3, 2004.. ; information about the lifetime achievement award was taken from the Croatian Museum Association web page (http://www.. hrmud.. hr/clanak/Nagrada_za_zivotno-djelo-Pavao-Ritter-Vitezovic/20, access 05.. 04.. 2012.. ).. From our library:.. Selected bibliography.. Others about the author.. About us.. Collections.. Library.. Archive.. The Personal Information Archive of Croatian distinguished Curators.. Register of museums in Croatia.. Projects.. Publications.. Protection.. Site map.. Impressum.. Rules and guidelines.. top..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Anica Ribičić-Županić.. BA (art history, French).. Advanced qualifications.. MA in human sciences.. Art history.. textiles, ivory, rugs, PR, museum education.. 7th High School, Zagreb,.. Institute for the History of Art,.. Zagreb University - Centre for Migration Research,.. Anica Ribičić-Županić was born in Zagreb, in 1947; she attended the 5th High School, and took a BA in art history and French at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.. She was educated also in Paris, Munich, Istanbul.. She took a degree in French at the Sorbonne, and spent two years in the Ecole du Louvre.. While a student she worked as a tour guide in European countries, and after her degree worked as a research fellow in Baroque painting in the area of the Gorica archdeaconry, and taught art history in the 7th High School, Zagreb.. Since 1979, employed as curator in the European Ivory and Textile Collection in Mimara Museum, in which she organises national and international exhibitions, looks after museum  ...   France, which enabled her to make good contacts with foreign experts and to obtain further training in the discipline.. She has authored some forty domestic and foreign exhibitions, has authored 12 set ups for exhibitions, edited several museum publications, guides, catalogues and creative workshops.. She has taken an active part in 27 conferences and symposia at home and abroad.. She has for a long time been an active member of the CMA and ICOM and a member of the CMC at the time the new Museums Law was passed.. She is the author of scientific research projects from the area of art history, of many scholarly and specialised publications and articles, international and national exhibitions, coordinator of projects for museum education and communication and special programmes meant for the visually challenged and the blind and deaf-mute persons.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on March 7, 2007..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Zdenko Rus.. BA (art history) philosophy.. museum adviser (ret.. Fine arts.. painting, prints of the 19th and 20th centuries, dossier exhibitions, art criticism.. Academy of Fine Arts Zagreb,.. Zdenko Rus was born in Karlovac in 1941.. He went to elementary school in Čeminac in Baranja, and high school in Osijek.. In 1961 he moved to Zagreb, and took a BA (art history) and philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy.. From the beginning he was drawn to painting as well as pure philosophy.. For some years he was good friends with Veselko Tenžera, with whom he shared a dormitory room.. He taught aesthetics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, ran a regular radio programme, had a regular column in Oko and from 1974 on his regular employment was in the Modern Gallery in Zagreb, where he was manager of the 19th  ...   He has regularly published art criticism, reviews, essays and studies in specialised journals, in weeklies and in the daily press, as well as on radio and television.. He has had conversations, interviews and polemical discussions with well-known painters, taken part in many symposia and round tables, written encyclopaedia entries for the Miroslav Krleža Lexicographic Institute.. He wrote the screenplays for and gave expert assistance to several films about Croatian artists.. He is a member of numerous artistic councils, editorial assessment committees and professional committees.. He has provided his expertise on several occasions - the Syndrome of the early works of Josip Račić: J.. Račić: Irises in Vase and Kraljević Painterly Code.. He won the Seven Secretaries Prize for Culture.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on March 22, 2005..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Mirjana Sakač.. BA (art history).. historical collection, historical monuments and ancient culture.. Mirjana Sakač ((Noll-Kulundžić) was born in Osijek in 1935.. During WWII, her parents were shot as sympathisers of the Resistance by the Ustashas together with the Jew M.. Klein, whom they had tried to protect.. She grew up with her childless uncle, went to German language school, and at the end of the war with uncle and aunt (a German woman)) moved to the Tyrol.. After 1945, via the Red Cross, her mother’s sister and her husband, Zvonimir Kulundžić, the writer, located her via the Red Cross and had her live in Belgrade with them.. She had an interrupted schooling, in various schools and languages.. She graduated high school and in art history at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.. In the house of Kulundzić, she was surrounded by books, and this determined  ...   has authored catalogues and forewords.. From 1989 to 2000 during the Homeland War she was director of the Glyptotheque and in this period, for the sake of saving works of art from the holdings of the sculptures of the 19th and 20th century, had a hundred or so sculptures, of which the originals were in plaster, cast again.. While she was director, the Glyptotheque’s roof was renovated, the work of the restoration workshop was improved, the new building in the courtyard was built, the sculpture park put in order, and central heating installed.. For her work she was awarded the Memorial Charter commemorating the 50th anniversary of Bjelovar City Museum and the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on March 1, 2004..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Marijana Schneider.. PhD.. scientific adviser (ret.. ), consultant of the Institute of Art History.. 19th century painting, paintings, prints, sculptures of church art.. Marijana Schneider was born in Zagreb in 1923.. She attended primary and secondary school (Real High School) in Zagreb, where she took a degree, from the Faculty of Philosophy, having read art and culture history with archaeology, universal and national history.. After her course, she spent two years working in Jadran Film, one year in the Ethnographic Museum Zagreb, and from 1951 to 1983 worked in the History Museum today the Croatian History Museum, where she managed the Paintings, Prints and Sculptures of Church Art Collection.. During her thirty years of working in the CHM, drawing on her scholarly studies of the material and the topics, she prepared and put on more than thirty exhibitions, of themes from history, culture  ...   In 1969 she became a consultant of the Institute for Art History.. She has worked with the Bibliographic Lexicon of the Lexicographic Institute.. She took a doctorate at the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University in 1974 with a dissertation on: The painter Ivan Zasche and his Work.. She often presented papers at symposia and conferences.. In the last thirty years she has published about 150 titles – books, discussions, studies, articles, guides and reviews, directing her research attention to fine arts and culture in Croatia.. She has worked with many specialised periodicals.. For her work she was awarded the Pavao Ritter Vitezović Prize of the Croatian Museum Association and the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on February 19, 2003..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Dubravka Sokač-Štimac.. archaeologist.. medieval archaeological site of Rudine (Benedictine Abbey of St Michael), conservation of cultural monuments in Požega.. Dubravka Sokač Štimac was born in 1943 in Zagreb; she did her high school studies in Pakrac, and then took a degree from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.. From 1968 she worked in Požega Municiipal Museum as curator-archaeologist.. She acquired the rank of museum adviser in 1987.. She is a consultant of the Institute for Archaeology in Zagreb, and for many years was secretary of the Slavonia and Baranja Museum Association.. In 1991 she was appointed commissioner for conservation of monuments of culture for Požega municipality.. For one term of  ...   in many specialised journals and publications of a regional or republican importance (Arheološki pregled, Vijesti muzealaca i konzervatora, Muzeologija, Glasnik slavonskih muzeja, Vjesnik Požeške kotline, Požega Monograph, Požega Lexicon, Požeški zbornik and others).. She has given lectures in archaeology at numerous conferences and symposia in Zagreb, Bled, Ohrid, Vukovar, Vinkovci and elsewhere.. In 1997 she received the Požega City Prize for Lifetime Achievement, and in 1998, for the archaeological research in the Požega area, received the decoration the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on February 22, 2006..

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    Descriptive info: Ante Sorić.. BL.. law, management.. organisation of exhibitions, marketing.. Ante Sorić was born in Preko, island of Ugljan, in 1929, the ninth of thirteen children.. He was elementary educated in the Šibenik seminary, and also did his secondary education in Šibenik.. After the war, he graduated from the Law Faculty, Zagreb.. He worked in the SSRN as secretary for ethnic and religious issues, was a parliamentary delegate, carried out various jobs: in tourism he worked as head of the department for tourist advertising; in culture he was secretary to the collector Ante Topić Mimara.. He ended his career as director of the Museum-Gallery Centre, which worked in the context of the Ante and Wiltrud Topić Mimara Collection of Artworks, with its own exhibition space, renamed in 1996 the Klovićevi dvori Gallery.. The many exhibitions arranged by Sorić in Klovićevi dvori were unsurpassed  ...   the exhibition Treasury of Zagreb Cathedral, in 1983.. The big project Ancient Chinese Culture, put on in the 1984-1985 season, had an attendance of more than 450,000.. As well as these projects and in connection with his being director, a marketing programme was established - good catalogues and posters were published, there were commemorative envelopes, posters, commemorative gold and silver coins.. The MGS had about 70% of its own resources, a large part of which were put into advertising.. In his work, A.. Sorić was enterprising, liberal in his approach and had major projects.. At the end of 2002 the exhibition Gold Harvest - Chinese Contemporary Art was put on, Soric being, thanks to his foreign contacts, project leader.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on January 12, 2005..

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    Descriptive info: Stanko Staničić.. Art, fine crafts.. furniture, secular furniture of NW Croatia at the end of the 18th and in the early 19th century, painted leather, ceramics.. Stanko Staničić was born in 1929 in Sigetec by Koprivnica.. He completed his high school education in Zagreb, and took a BA (art history) from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.. His entire career was at the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb.. Zdenko Vojnović had a great influence on his life; from this teacher he learned a great deal about museology and museums in general; another big influence was Zdenka Munk, who was director of the Museum of Arts and Crafts for 25 years of his career.. As a young curator he first of all worked in the Textile Collection, and from 1963 was curator of the Furniture Department with his co-worker Vera Kružić  ...   1995.. He was the author of numbers of catalogues that accompanied exhibitions put on at home and abroad.. He wrote many articles about furniture and décor, about leather processing and the techniques of decorating leather.. He wrote articles for the retrospective and monograph exhibition and parts of catalogues of big projects: the Baroque in Croatia, Biedermeier in Croatia, Ceramics of Historicism in Croatia.. He completed the work on the catalogue of Meissen-Vienna Porcelain, Collection of Ceramics of the Museum of Arts and Crafts.. For his work, he won the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić, the Memorial of Homeland Gratitude, and the" Pavao Ritter Vitezović" Prize of the Croatian Museum Association for lifetime achievement, 2004.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on June 10, 2002..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Marijan Susovski.. BA (art history) and English.. Fine arts, visual design.. Seissel donation, Richter Donation, New art media, Exat 51, New Tendencies.. Marijan Susovski was born in 1943 in Zagreb, where he completed elementary and high schools; he had a high school graduation topic on Impressionism as a base for modern art.. He graduated in art history and English from the Faculty of Philosophy in 1968.. As a student he took part in the work of research teams of the Institute for the History of Art along the Adriatic coast, as part of the Southern Adriatic Project, run by Dr Milan Prelog.. He did his master’s with a thesis on TV Visual Design in 1983, also at the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University.. He worked as a consultant for the Industrial Design Centre, was business secretary of the Historians of Art Association, and a consultant of Radio Zagreb for  ...   the work of the museum community, as member of many commissions at the Ministry of Culture, member of AICA, member of the ICOM public relations committee and member of the executive committee of ICOM.. He authored numerous texts in catalogues, dossier studies and exhibitions, wrote forewords for catalogues accompanying exhibitions of foreign and domestic artists.. In his theoretical texts he was concerned with the phenomenon of the new art media, phenomena and trends.. He won the Josip Broz Tito Medal of Labour in 1979, and he also on the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić.. He never managed to complete his doctoral dissertation on Josip Seissel - the Constructivist Period, 1921-1924.. He died in Zagreb on October 20, 2003, in his 61st year.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on July 10, 2002..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Marija Šercer.. BA (history, art history).. History and art history.. fine crafts, artistically decorated cold steel from the 13th to the 19th century, old Zagreb trades,.. Museum of the Serbs in Croatia, Zagreb,.. Marija Šercer was born in 1933 in Zagreb; she went to elementary and high school in Subotica, and took a degree from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb, having read history and art history.. She worked as history teacher for a year in the Ivanec elementary school, and from 1959 was curator of the Museum of the Serbs in Croatia.. When this museum was merged to the History Museum in 1963, she took over the job of curator in the new institution.. Her mother was Hungarian, and Marija spoke this language very well, and received a six months scholarship to study in Hungary.. From 1967 she ran the Weapons Collection in the CHM in Zagrebn.. At first she studied the Desnica Arms Collection, which writer Vladan Desnica had sold to the  ...   with a thesis on Artistically Decorated Cold Steel of the 17th and 18th centuries in the CHM.. She put on several touring exhibitions at home and abroad.. Catalogues accompanied all these exhibitions.. Particular attention was attracted by two exhibitions with fine catalogues: Old Zagreb Trades, 1991, and Emblems of Honour and Power in Croatia of the 19th century, 1994.. An outstanding expert in cold steel, she helped many museums throughout Croatian in inventorying and in making new displays (in Slavonski Brod, Šibenik, Gornja Stubica, Sinju, Turopolje, Varaždin, Rijeka, Čazma, Ozalj and Pazin).. As well as catalogue texts, she published many scholarly articles in specialised journals at home and abroad, and often published museological articles in specialised periodicals, papers, as both author and as translator.. She won the Plaque on the Occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Croatian National Museum in Zagreb.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on February 28, 2002..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Ivan Šestan.. Main museum for ethnology, traditional economy and farming, viticulture, olive growing.. Ivan Šestan was born in Zagreb in 1947; he graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb, having majored in ethnology and Indology.. He wanted to be engaged in the study of contemporary Indian culture, but by force of circumstances did not do so after graduating, yet the knowledge he had acquired helped him in his work in ethnology.. His first job, while still ABD, was in the Đakovo Area Museum, Đakovo, where he ran the folk costume collection.. Later on he moved to the Ethnographic Museum Zagreb.. A particular interest lies in the viticulture and viniculture of antiquity and the Middle  ...   part in conferences and symposia at home and abroad.. As for scholarly works, important are Trades in the Surrounds of Zagreb, Etnološka istraživanja 3-4, 1987; Gračac and Surrounds as Crossroads of Cultures (Etnološka tribina, 16, 1993); Concerning Some Issues in the Technology of Croatian Traditional Viticulture.. He would like to present his research in a popular way - via a computer game on CD.. As well as running the Fruit Growing, Viticulture, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fishery collections in the Ethnology Museum in Zagreb, he is leader of the main service for ethnology.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on April 5, 2006..

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