Galeb and the Seagull.
Jonathan Livingston Seagull, written by Richard Bach and illustrated by Russell Munson, is a fable in novella form about a seagull who is trying to learn about life and flight, and a homily about self-perfection. Bach wrote it as a series of short stories that were published in Flying magazine in the late 1960s. It was first published in book form in 1970, and by the end of 1972 over a million copies were in print
The Soko G-2 Galeb (English: Seagull) is a Yugoslav single engine, two-seater jet trainer and light ground-attack aircraft. The G-2 was developed during the 1950s by the Aeronautical Technical Institute at Žarkovo as a replacement for the Lockheed T-33 in service with the Yugoslav Air Force (Serbo-Croatian: Ratno vazduhoplovstvo i protivvazdušna odbrana – RV i PVO). Production started in 1965 at the Soko aircraft factory in Mostar, and ended in 1985 with 248 aircraft delivered
Follow SV Galeb and crew's adventures. The journey started in Croatia early 2017. In September 2017, Hurricanes Irma and Maria ripped through the Caribbean, devastating and destroying homes and livelihoods. We are en route to Dominica and the BVI where we are in touch with several local projects. We are also in touch with a school that needs dried goods, toiletries, and food. This is a flash fundraiser
Follow SV Galeb and crew's adventures. This is a flash fundraiser
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Unlike his former communist comrades in the Eastern Bloc, Tito imagined his Yugoslavia as an outward-facing socialist republic, one that prized itself on its openness to the world. The ship was a majestic sign of wealth and an extension of his regime. At home, the yacht was lionised in state media as a symbol of Yugoslavia’s respectable standing on the international stage. It garnered international attention when the yacht steered Tito to the River Thames to meet Winston Churchill.
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Galeb" is Serbo-Croatian for "seagull". During its active duty ship is changed three names and three flags under which sailed. Galeb was built in 1938 in Genoa as the auxiliary cruiser Ramb III, destined for service in the banana trade between Africa and Italy. Four ships of the same type, including the Ramb III, was built in the shipyard Ansaldo in Genoa in 1938.
The English Hour has its second guest in the form of Goran Erjavec, singer and guitarist from Galeb and the Seagull. A Triestino who's been a staple singer and performer in Berlin for the last two years, he brings us some of his favourite songs and tells us about his experience of a musical life in Berlin and Trieste. More from The English Hour. The English Hour: Bristol Special with Marco Valva & special guest 1y ago.
|Sweet And Sour, Please!|
|2||Don't Get Me Wrong|
|4||What About The Fish?|
|6||All To Ten|
|1||A Long Time Ago|
|4||Still In Time|
|In Good Company|
|2||The Blanhaim Blues|
|3||Take It Easy|
|4||I Remember Us|
|5||My Town Mix|
|6||In The Back Of My Mind|
|7||Top Of The World|
|8||Day By Day|
|10||In My Imagination|