Gudovac massacre
The Gudovac massacre refers to the April 1941 mass killing of between 184 and 196 male Serbs by members of the Ustaše in the town of Gudovac near Bjelovar in the Independent State of Croatia during Wo...
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Jasenovac concentration camp
Jasenovac concentration camp (Serbo-Croatian: Logor Jasenovac and Cyrillic: Логор Јасеновац, [lôːgor jasěnoʋat͡s]; Yiddish: יאסענאוואץ, sometimes spelled "Yasenovatz") was an extermination cam...
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Viktor Gutić
Viktor Gutić (23 December 1901 – 20 February 1947) was the Ustaše commissioner (Serbo-Croatian: stožernik) for Banja Luka and the Grand Prefect of Pokuplje in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH...
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Josip Metzger
Josip Metzger (1883 - 1945) was a Croatian military commander.
In summer 1944 People's Uprising Corps ( Pučko-ustaški zbor ) was formed under General Josip Metzger [1]HQ Vinkovci "Pučko-ustaška pu...
Croatian Liberation Movement
The Croatian Liberation Movement (Croatian: Hrvatski oslobodilački pokret or HOP) is a far right party originally formed by Croatian emigrants and headed by former leaders of the Axis-allied World...
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Vladimir Košak
Vladimir Košak (25 July 1908 – 18 June 1947) was a Croatian economist, lawyer, politician and diplomat.
Košak was born in Velika Gorica. He graduated with a doctorate in law Faculty of Law, Univer...
Branko Benzon
Branko Benzon (29 August 1903 – September 1970) was a Croatian physician, diplomat and politician.
Benzon was born in Postira, on the island Brač in 1903. He attended medical school at the Univers...
Ustaše
The Ustaše ([ûstaʃe]), also known as "Ustashe", "Ustashas", and "Ustashi", were members of the Ustaša – Croatian Revolutionary Movement (Croatian: Ustaša – Hrvatski revolucionarni pokret), a Croat...
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Zdenko Blažeković
Zdenko Blažeković (23 September 1915 – 12 January 1947) was a Croatian fascist official who held several posts in the World War II Ustaše regime in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH). He was the s...
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Ivica Matković (Ustaša)
Ivica Matković (1913 – 1945) was an Ustaša lieutenant colonel and the administrator of the Jasenovac concentration camp between January 1942 and March 1943, during World War II in Yugoslavia. Du...
Jadovno concentration camp
The Jadovno concentration camp was a concentration and extermination camp in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH) during World War II. Commanded by Juco Rukavina, it was the first of twenty-six conc...
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Jure Francetić
Jure Francetić (3 July 1912 – 27/28 December 1942) was a Croatian Ustaša Commissioner for the Bosnia and Herzegovina regions of the Independent State of Croatia (NDH) during World War II, and commande...
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Mladen Lorković
Mladen Lorković (1 March 1909 – April 1945) was a Croatian politician and lawyer who became a senior member of the Ustaše and served as the Foreign Minister and Minister of Interior of the Indep...
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Branimir Jelić
Branimir "Branko" Jelić (28 February 1905, Donji Dolac, Kingdom of Dalmatia – 31 May 1972, West Berlin) was a Croatian nationalist exile and doctor of medicine.
Jelić was raised among seven siblin...
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Ante Pavelić
Ante Pavelić ([ǎːnte pǎʋelit͡ɕ]; 14 July 1889 – 28 December 1959) was a Croatian fascist leader and politician who led the Ustaše movement and who during World War II was the dictator of Indepen...
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Vjekoslav Vrančić
Vjekoslav Vrančić (25 March 1904 – 25 September 1990) was a high-ranked Croatian Ustaše official who held different positions in the Independent State of Croatia during World War II in Yugoslavia. Aft...
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Krunoslav Draganović
Krunoslav Stjepan Draganović (born 30 October 1903, Brčko, died 3 June 1983, Sarajevo) was a Croatian Roman Catholic priest and historian. He is associated with the ratlines which aided the escape of ...
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Tias Mortigjija
Tias Mortigjija (7 April 1913 — 14 September 1947) was a Croatian journalist, publicist, and member of the Croatian Historical Revolution, best known for his activities during the existence of the Ind...