Mirko Androić

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Mirko Androić (8 July 1922, in Varaždin, Yugoslavia – 7 June 1982) was a Croatian historian and archivist.[1] He studied philosophy at the University of Zagreb, then worked as historian and chief archivist of his home town Varaždin.[2] His area of historical study was on the history of political movements in northern Croatia during the 18th Century.[3]

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  1. ^ Susan K. Kinnell People in World History: A-M 1989 "MIRKO ANDROIC [Mirko Androić]. Arhivski Vjesnik [Yugoslavia] 1982 25: 117-118. Mirko Androić was born on 8 July 1922 in Varazdin, Yugoslavia and died on 7 June 1982."
  2. ^ Historijski zbornik: v38 Povijesno društvo Hrvatske, Društvo za hrvatsku povjesnicu - 1985 Petar Strčić "MIRKO ANDROIC U arhivskoj službi SRH na naročit se način izdvajao Mirko Androić (Varaždin, 8. 7. 1922 — 7. 6. 1982) — i kao arhivist i kao historičar. Završivši povijest na Filozofskom fakultetu u Zagrebu, a bazirajući i na ..."
  3. ^ Mirko Androić et al., Varaždin u XVIII. stolječu i politicko-kameralni studij 1769-1969 [Varazdin in the 18th Century and the Political-Cameral School] , Zagreb - Varazdin 1972.