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THE PAVELIC PAPERS.pdf

THE PAVELIC PAPERS.pdf

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The Pavelic Papers is an independent research project exploring
the history of the Ustase movement - the government of the Nazia allied
Independent State of Croatia during World War II. Our aim is
to compose a narrative (and make available primary and secondary
documents to the wider public) focusing on the entire history of the
Ustase movement and its successor organizations, spanning more
than seven decades, from their beginnings among Croat exiles in
Vienna, Austria to the killing fields of the Independent State of
Croatia and the fugitive shores of Argentina and America.
The Pavelic Papers is a non-profit effort working toward three
distinct goals:
● to make available to the public, free of charge, declassified
documents about the Ustase or their various successor
organizations, many of which have surfaced due to the
tireless efforts of a new generation of Nazi-hunters, along
with English translations of the most infamous documents of
the wartime regime of the Ustase-led Independent State of
Croatia, many of which have never appeared in translation
before;
● to produce original scholarship, research, introductory
essays and other works to educate the public as to the
history of the Ustase; and
● to stand in remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust in
the Independent State of Croatia, both those who survived
and those who can no longer speak.

The editors of The Pavelic Papers are Cali Ruchala and Sinisa
Djuric.
The Pavelic Papers is an independent research project exploring
the history of the Ustase movement - the government of the Nazia allied
Independent State of Croatia during World War II. Our aim is
to compose a narrative (and make available primary and secondary
documents to the wider public) focusing on the entire history of the
Ustase movement and its successor organizations, spanning more
than seven decades, from their beginnings among Croat exiles in
Vienna, Austria to the killing fields of the Independent State of
Croatia and the fugitive shores of Argentina and America.
The Pavelic Papers is a non-profit effort working toward three
distinct goals:
● to make available to the public, free of charge, declassified
documents about the Ustase or their various successor
organizations, many of which have surfaced due to the
tireless efforts of a new generation of Nazi-hunters, along
with English translations of the most infamous documents of
the wartime regime of the Ustase-led Independent State of
Croatia, many of which have never appeared in translation
before;
● to produce original scholarship, research, introductory
essays and other works to educate the public as to the
history of the Ustase; and
● to stand in remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust in
the Independent State of Croatia, both those who survived
and those who can no longer speak.

The editors of The Pavelic Papers are Cali Ruchala and Sinisa
Djuric.

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Forming in 1929 after the assassination of popular Croatian politician Stjepan Radic in Belgrade's parliament, the Ustase managed to outlive practically every other right-wing extremist movement in history. From the Independent State of Croatia to the Ratline to the renewed campaign of terror in the 1970s, this timeline offers a brief overview of the Ustase's seventy-plus year history.
 
 
How it happened: from April 1941 to May 1945, the Ustase murdered between 300,000 and 600,000 human beings. This timeline lists key events in the war and the Independent State of Croatia as well as some of the most appalling atrocities resulting in the destruction of Croatia's Jewish and Roma communities and the massacre of an estimated third of its much larger Serbian population.
 
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