Croatia’s Parliament Sponsors Event Honoring Pro-Nazi Ustasha Soldiers

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8 min readMay 20, 2020


From left: Ante Pavelic, dictator of Independent State of Croatia — the pro-Nazi Croatian government in parliament. Top right: Pavelic with Adolf Hitler. Bottom right: Adolf Hitler greeting Pavelic.

In a published report, a high-ranking Nazi official was quoted describing the brutality in Jasenovac death camp in Sisak County, Croatia — the Auschwitz of the Balkans: “General Edmund von Horstenau, Hitler’s envoy in the capital city of Zagreb, called the place the epitome of horror.”

Published reports have stated — “The Croatian parliament reportedly donates 500,000 kunas ($71,500) for the event.”

May 20, 2020, Washington DC — A week after Americans and Europeans joined together through virtual events in commemorating the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe (V-E Day), remembering the significant sacrifices of an entire generation fighting for freedom against tyranny, the Croatian parliament co-organized an annual event honoring pro-Nazi Ustasha soldiers of the Independent State of Croatia (Nezavisna Država Hrvatska — NDH), a fascist regime which forged strong ties with Nazi Germany during the Second World War.

On Saturday, May 16, 2020 in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Croatian parliament sponsored an event, usually held in Bleiburg, southern Austria, to further fuel anti-Semitism and Holocaust revisionism in the Balkans. A separate event was held in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.

Eight-in-Ten of Croatia’s Jews were Killed Under the Rule of the Croatian Ustasha Government

The armband worn by Croataia’s Jews consisted of the Star of David. Over 80 percent of Croatia’s Jews were killed during the Ustasha regime’s reign of terror.

During the Holocaust, 80% of Croatia’s Jews were murdered under the rule of the pro-Nazi Croatian Ustasha government. At the Jasenovac death camp alone, more than 80,000 individuals from the…



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