30 December 1991 Professor Kenneth Zapp of the Minnesota Metropolitan University, a financial expert, and his wife Magda Zapp, an economist and professor at Augsburg College in Saint Paul, have been in Yugoslavia many times and have organized several research expeditions for American students. They are both fluent in Serbo-Croatian and have many friends among […]

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