(6 June 1621 – 30 April 1671) was a Croatian Ban (Viceroy) and writer. A member of the Zrinski noble family, he was noted for his role in the attempted Croatian-Hungarian rebellion of 1664-1670 which ultimately led to his execution for high treason.
04.04.2012 [Croatian Times] - The conference was held at the PetarZrinski Military Academy and was organised by the Atlantic Council in cooperation with the Croatian Ministry of Defence and with the support of the Department of Public Diplomacy of NATO.
03.04.2012 [Vijesnik] - Prve godine obilježene su krizom i smanjenjem vojnog proračuna, ali bez obzira na to nastavit ćemo ispunjavati naše obveze, dodao je Kotromanović na skupu u vojnom učilištu »PetarZrinski« koji su organizirali Atlantsko vijeće Hrvatske u suradnji s
23.03.2012 [Nacional] - Završio je Pomorski fakultet u Splitu te temeljnu i naprednu časničku školu na Hrvatskom vojnom učilištu „PetarZrinski". Pripadnik je oružanih snaga od 2002. godine. Obnašao je niz dužnosti u Hrvatskoj ratnoj mornarici, a između ostalog bio je
23.03.2012 [Tanker Operator] - Another Aframax – Tankerska Plovidba's 'PetarZrinski' – was reported as sold to Avin International (Vardinoyannis) for $8.75 mill and she has already been renamed 'Impros'. The 1998-built Suezmax 'Naviga' was said to have been sold to Indonesian