Prva hrvatska tiskara Kramarić i M. Raguz (1909-1019.)

Rešidbegović, Amra
December 2012
Bosniaca;2012, Vol. 17, p68
Academic Journal
The latest printing house in series of national printing house of Austro-Hungarian period in Sarajevo, "First Croatian printing house Kramarić i M. Raguz ", was doing in an efficient way of political struggle and workers movement support of Bosnian Croats and evolved in their national institution. Besides its national function, printing house had got its education function, especially when it concerned quality and importance of printed and published publications, but unsufficient number of publications caused that printing house could not evolve in common cultural and educational institution. The biggest contribution of the printing house Kramarić and M. Raguz gave as political ana national institution of Bosnian Croats during its time.


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