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 Ante Pavelic killer file
Ustase leaders and collaborators flee to Austria, along with regular Croatian and Slovenian troops and some Chetniks, leaving the Partisans in control of all of Yugoslavia.
Ustase members, Croatian and Slovenian collaborators and innocent refugees who had fled to Austria are captured and returned to Yugoslavia, where thousands are summarily executed by the Partisans.
In 1980 the Ustase detonated a bomb in the Statue of Liberty in New York.
www.moreorless.au.com /killers/pavelic.html   (3366 words)

 Kroatisches KZ Jasenovac: Das"balkanische Auschwitz"
Das Ziel der Ustase war, mit der schlechten und ungenügenden Nahrung den Organismus der Gefangenen zu schwächen und sie willenlos gegen physische Anstrengungen und Krankheiten zu machen, die als Folge einer solchen Ernährung unweigerlich auftreten mussten.
Liquidationen in Gradine oder Ustice wurden anfänglich allein von den Ustase vorge­nommen, später wurden Zigeuner zu Hilfsdiensten hinzugenommen.
Es gab etwa 50 Massenmord-Aktionen, die die Ustase in Jasenovac durchführten, und wenn die Zahlen der Gefangenen, die bei diesen Aktionen umkamen, und die Zahlen von den Gefangenen, die außerhalb solcher Aktionen umkamen, zusammenzählen, dann gelangen wir zu einer Ziffer von etwa 500.
www.shoa.de /kz_jasenovac.html   (5813 words)

 Matthew Yglesias: Saint Stepinac?
For much of Stepinac's tenure, Croatia was ruled by the Ustase, a quisling organization whose brutality against Orthodox Christians and Jews got so out of hand at times that the government of Nazi Germany felt compelled to try and restrain their conduct at times.
As head of the Croatian Catholic Church was in charge of the mass conversion of Serbs to Catholicism and the adoption of Serb children orphaned by the Ustase massacres by Croatian, Catholic families, and certainly equated Orthodoxy with heresy.
The horror of the Ustase's behavior in WWII is not controversial, so all that's in question is the degree of implication of the Catholic Church.
yglesias.typepad.com /matthew/2005/03/saint_stepinac.html   (6170 words)

The basic principles of the movement were laid out by Pavelić in his 1929 pamphlet "Principles of the Ustase Movement".
The symbol of Ustaše is a wide capital letter U with pronounced serif.
The Pavelic Papers, an independent project researching the history of the Ustase movement
www.solopelis.net /wiki/en/wikipedia/u/us/ustase.html   (3000 words)

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Ustase began a two-day massacre of the Serbian population in a number of villages of Dabarsko Polje, District of Stolac, in which they killed about 260 men, women and children.
The Ustase slaughtered several hundred Serbs in the church of Glina; 2 000 Serbs were killed in Glina by the end of July.
The Ustase committed mass pogroms of the Serbian population at Gracac and its vicinity; 500 Serbs, mostly women and children, were killed in two days.
www.balkan-archive.org.yu /kosta/ndh/ndh-chronology_of_fascism.html   (7796 words)

 ustase :: , stase, , ustase information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
ustase had their ndh and partisans had in the same time federal republic of croatia (as part of socialist jugoslavija).
ustase were puppet army of a puppet state formed by axis, with nazi ideology of genocide, racial purity (no matter how silly it was) that emerged from nazi terrorist organization.
it is true that some cetnik commanders western of drina, who got in danger to be annihilated by ustase, commies and axis forces, together with local serbian population, decided to cooperate with lesser evil.
www.thebuzzreport.org /ustase   (567 words)

 Museum of Tolerance Multimedia Learning Center
The Ustase movement was created in 1930 against a background of tension among the peoples of Yugoslavia, principally between the Croats and the Serbs.
Manifestations of antisemitism by the Ustase increased from that time, and at the outbreak of World War II, their hatred of the Jews rivaled their hatred of the Serbs.
In the four years of their rule they carried out a policy of genocide with regard to the Serbs: over half a million were murdered, about a quarter of a million were expelled from the country, and another quarter of a million were forced to convert to Catholicism.
motlc.learningcenter.wiesenthal.org /text/x33/xr3345.html   (552 words)

 History of Croatia
The Croatian radical-right Ustase were installed by Hitler and Mussolini, forming the so-called "Independent State of Croatia".
The Croatian Ustase are responsible for the 3rd most active concentration camp of WW2 at Jasenovac.
The goal of the Ustase regime in Croatia called for the total extermination of Serbs and hundred of thousands of Serbs, Jews and Gypsies were murdered in the most horrific manner.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/cr/Croatia___History.html   (856 words)

 HNU -Michael
The new government dynamited the minarets around the mosque of Zagreb, turned the building into a museum glorifying the communist victory, and renamed the square in which it stood "Victims of Fascism Square." One of the first acts of the Croatian government in 1991 was to rename the plaza.
Enlisted members of the Ustase were often found guilty en masse and sent to concentration camps where many died.
This was the site of a concentration camp run during the War by the Ustases, and after the war by the communists, where a huge memorial was erected to the "Victims of Fascism." The suggestion was met with an outcry in the international media.
www.udruga.com /columns/092506.htm   (755 words)

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On 6 June Pavelic meets German dictator Adolf Hitler, who agrees to Pavelic's plan to expel much of the Serbian population of the NDH and replace them with Croats and Slovenes from lands annexed by the Germans.
The Ustase is estimated to have murdered 30,000 Jews, 29,000 Gipsies, and 600,000 Serbs.
Later the same year Vatican operatives smuggle him to Buenos Aires in Argentina, where he revives the Ustase movement (now called Hrvatska Drzavotvorna Stranka) and acts as a security adviser to Argentine dictator Juan Perón.
www.angelfire.com /vamp/legacyofdictators/pavelic.html   (2894 words)

 Forum - Index.hr
Ustase 1941 su zatvorili Macek i zabranili HSS jer HSS, sa 90% Hrvatski narod iza nje, je bila prijetnja njima jer, kao politicka organizacija/Vlast, Ustase su htjeli potpunu kontrolu tog marionetska drzava.
A kada je Fritz navalio, svi: i Ustase i Komunisti i Socijalisti i Seljaci i trgovci i ne-Srbi (osim kolaboratori) su bili sretni.
Ustase nisu pali sa neba: ima hrpa tisuca ljesa, stotine tisuca emigranta, stotine zabranjene knjige i novine i politicke stranke koji su stavili takav pritisak na Hrvatima da su neki od njih izabrali "oko za oko, zub za zub"; ali 90% Hrvata je bilo iza HSS-a.
www.index.hr /forum/default.aspx?q=t&idf=21&idt=111769&p=9   (3387 words)

 C. Michael McAdams : Selected Works
Those who followed Ante Pavelic and his Ustase movement, primarily from the Dinaric area of Croatia, felt that only violence and mass uprising could free their nation from the Alexandrian dictatorship.
The Ustase, by their nature and condemnation were forced to work from outside the country, finding friends in Yugoslavia's enemies, Italy and Hungary.
Those regular officers and enlisted men who had joined the army of their own free will, although many had done so to avoid conscription by the German Army, were usually sentenced to terms of seven to twelve years at hard labor.
www.mcadams-croatia.net /croatian_nationalism1.htm   (7215 words)

 The Murder of Bosnia - Part One   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
[3] The Ustase forces in the NDH carried out a policy of expelling, converting to Roman Catholicism [4] or murdering the Serb population — supposedly in equal proportions, though the evidence tends to suggest that physical extermination was more frequently used than either expulsions or conversions.
It is, however, to reject the claims by Serb nationalists that only the Ustase were guilty of atrocities and the portrayal of all Croats as Ustase, a stock-in-trade of Milosevic.
Archbishop Saric of Sarajevo for example was an Ustase member whilst Archbishop Stepinac of Zagreb was able to see the hand of God at work in the N.D.H. Franciscan friars served in the Ustase government and staffed the concentrations camps at Gospic and Jasenovac.
www.isg-fi.org.uk /spip.php?article190   (1322 words)

 War-Torn Bosnia History: The Birth of Yugoslavia | History Firsthand   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
When Germany—long sympathetic to the Croats, who claimed a shared ancestry—created the independent republic of Croatia, extreme Croatian nationalists, called the Ustase, began to brutally expunge all non-Croats from their new nation.
Two Serbian resistance groups—the Chetniks and the Partisans—developed to combat the Ustase.
The Chetniks were as ruthless as the Ustase and began.....
www.bookrags.com /history/war-torn-bosnia-hf/sub2.html   (472 words)

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Levy has been instrumental in fighting bureaucratic red tape to find out thetruth about the Ustase's survival, through multiple Freedom of InformationAct requests and lawsuits against the Army, the CIA and the Vatican Bank,which is alleged to be responsible for the laundering of millions of dollars worth of gold looted from Ustase victims.
All told, the Ustase have been responsible for more than a hundred terrorist attacks since 1945, including the bombing one airliner and hijacking two others, the murder and extortion of dozens of Croatian-Americans and the bombing of dozens ofpublic buildings and monuments, including the Statue of Liberty.
"Their involvement with the Ustase is a textbook case of what the intelligence community calls'blowback': a gang of thugs that American intelligence recruited to fightthe Soviets, but who went on to kill other Americans instead." PavelicPapers.com is being published without institutional support for the time being.
www.iran-socialists.com /english/articles/20021014b.txt   (591 words)

It was awarded to soldiers or officers of the Croatian Armed Forces and the Ustase for “exceptional gallantry, leadership and acts of bravery against the enemy”.
I was awarded to members of the Croatian Armed Forces, the Ustase, or to members of allied and friendly forces, the Order came in 4 classes, and could have a star, oak leaves and swords added for “exceptional or outstanding achievements”.
The Muslim Croatians received a six-sided star in red enamel, intertwined with a braid in silver, with the Ustase crest in the center (in silver).
www.angelfire.com /nj/ww2/croatianawards.html   (788 words)

 Croatia : History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Five years later, in 1934, the Ustase, with Italy's help, assassinated the king in Marseilles, an act that threw Yugoslavia into turmoil and made it vulnerable to Nazi exploitation.
Shortly after that, the Ustase formed the Independent State of Croatia (Nezavisna Drzava Hrvatska, NDH), leaving the rest of Yugoslavia to fend for itself.
The Ustase at first attempted to drive the Serbs out of Croatia, but when that proved to be impossible, they set up several concentration camps, the most infamous being the camps at Jasenovac, about 97km (60 miles) south of Zagreb on the Sava River.
www.frommers.com /destinations/print-narrative.cfm?destID=3635&catID=3635020044   (3911 words)

Peasant Party leader Vladko Macek, who had originally welcomed the Ustase's formation of the Independent State of Croatia, found himself among the first internees at Jasenovac and watched as Croatia's Jewish population along with untold numbers of Serbs, Roma, and political dissidents passed through the gates on their way to extermination.
It is clear from reading their reports today, particularly those written by the only surviving member of the Rome CIC team, William Gowen, that the Americans had taken over what was termed the "Ratline" (after the highest point on a mast where sailors would seek shelter on a sinking ship) from the Vatican.
Draganovic became a precious American asset and most of the Ustase who made it as far as Italy were able to escape to South America, Spain and, in Artukovic's case, to the United States.
www.maavak.net /chamish/chamish009.html   (1632 words)

 Catholic Ustasha leaders Ante Pavelic恐怖的天主教徒 - 香港綜合討論區 UDB Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Ustase storm troopers began a brutal campaign of slaughter, killing 2 million Serbs, Jews, and Gypsies that lived in Croatia.
The fact that Italy and Germany, two of histories most infamously violent regimes, went to such lengths to stop the Ustase campaigns is a real testament to how brutal the Ustase really was.
The Ustase also enjoyed the enthusiastic backing of the Croatian Catholic church, namely Archbishop Alojzije Stepinac of Zagreb who publicly supported the Ustase and Pavelic, despite privately condemning the atrocities.
forum.hkudb.com /f16/3706   (459 words)

 Hieromartyr Georgije   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Djordje had performed his duties in the parishes of Majar and Bolmace, wherefrom he was moved to Nasice where he happened to be at the moment of the beginning of World War II.
The Ustase tied him to a tree, cut off his ears, nose, and tongue and tore his beard together with the skin.
Only then had priest Bogic completely collapsed, after which the Ustase cut the rope that Djordje was tied to the tree with.
www.spc.org.yu /News/novomucenici/georgije_e.html   (443 words)

 MAR | Data | Assessment for Serbs in Croatia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Serbs recalled the extreme repression faced by their relatives at the hands of the pro-Axis Croatian Ustase during World War II.
After clandestinely supporting the Croatian Ustase for a number of years, the Axis countries installed Ustase leaders as the rulers of the Independent State of Croatia.
The Croatian government of anti-Serb leaders engaged in a campaign of persecution, expulsion, and execution of all Serbs living in the territory it controlled.
www.cidcm.umd.edu /inscr/mar/assessment.asp?groupId=34401   (1879 words)

Ustase movement -- responsible for the murder of more than 30,000 Jews,
The Ustase was formed by Ante Pavelic in the early 1930s in Vienna, Austria.
Ustase is a textbook case of what the intelligence community calls
www.prweb.com /releases/2002/10/prweb48165.php   (751 words)

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