USTAŠA

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nedjelja, listopada 03, 2004

Ustase - short list

Croatia- Ustase


USTASE





BOBAN, Rafael (Vitez)
(December 22, 1907 in Bobanova Draga - ?)
Ustase Colonel and Domobran General
Post-war fate is uncertain, though he is known to have eluded capture at Bleiburg. According to one source, he was killed in 1947 as an anti-Communist guerilla in Croatia, according to another he made his way post-war to the USA where he joined the US Army and fought in Korea.
Promotions:
Ustase Colonel: 1944; Domobran General in early 1945;
Assignments:
Replaced Jure Francetic as the commander of the elite Ustasa Black Legion (Crna Legija); Commander of the 5th Ustasa Brigade; Commander of the IVth Ustasa Corps of the HOS near the end of the war





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FRANCETIC, Jure (Vitez)
(July 3, 1912 in Prozor - December 27, 1942 in Slunj)
Krilnik (post-humous) of the Ustaska Vojnica
Killed in action after his airplane was sabotaged and was forced to land in Communist Partisan controlled territory.
Promotions:
Ustase Colonel: July 1942 after success of Black Legion in Eastern Bosnia;
Assignments:
1st Commander of Ustasa Black Legion (Crna Legija); post-humous promotion to Ustase Krilnik and given title of "Vitez" (Knight)
Note:
Accompanied Ante Pavelic on his visit to Adolf Hitler in September, 1942, as well as to the Croatian Legionnaires on the Eastern Front.



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KAVRAN, Bozidar
(September 22, 1913 in Zagreb - ?, 1948 in Zagreb [executed])
Ustasa political leader
Executed post-war after being captured by Yugoslav secret police (UDBA) while leading a group of Ustasa guerillas.
Promotions:
Official commander of the Ustasa-HOP party from May 1943;
Assignments:
Ustasa Stozernik for the city of Zagreb, commander of the Ustasa-HOP party
Note:
Name rehabilitated in May of 1995, and is today not considered a war criminal.



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KIRIN, Ivan "Ico"
(June 4, 1911 in Zdencina - January 24, 1947 in Zagreb [executed])
Ustase Colonel
Executed post-war by the Yugoslav Communist government.
Promotions:
Ustase Colonel: August 1944;
Assignments:
Counter-intelligence department at UNS; Commander of the Poglavnik's personal security detachment within the Poglavnik Bodyguard; personal bodyguard to Ante Pavelic during his escape from Croatia in May 1945.



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LUBURIC, Vjekoslav "Maks"
(March 6, 1914 in Humac - April 20, 1969 in Caragente, Spain)
Ustase Colonel, Domobran General
Assasinated post-war by a Yugoslav Communist agent.
Promotions:
Ustase Colonel: October 1944; Domobran General: April 1945;
Assignments:
Commander's deputy at GUS; Commander of UNS Department III (Ustasa Defence - Concentration Camps); Commander of Ustase Defence Brigade; named Commander of all HOS forces as of May 6, 1945.
Note:
Considered to be responsible for the liquidation of the anti-Pavelic coup leaders Vokic and Lorkovic.



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MATKOVIC, Ivica
(May 23, 1913 in Zlarin - May ?, 1945 in ?, Slovenia)
Ustasa Defence officer
Murdered by Communist Partisans near Celje, Slovenia, after being repatriated by the British Army post-war.
Promotions:
Promoted to Deputy Commander of the Ustasa Defence: January 1942;
Assignments:
Jasenovac Concentration Camp sub-commander; Deputy Commander of the Ustasa Defense.
Note:
Considered to be responsible for the liquidation of Milivoj Karamarko, one of the key players in the Vokic-Lorkovic coup.



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MILOS, Ljubo
(February 25, 1919 in Bosanski Samac - ?)
Ustase Major
Captured on Yugoslav territory post-war (July 20, 1947) while attempting to organize an anti-Communist Croatian guerilla force (Krizari - Crusaders). The date and place of his execution is unknown.
Promotions:
Ustase Major: October 1944;
Assignments:
Deputy Commander of Jasenovac Concentration Camp; Commander of Lepoglava Concentration Camp.
Note:
One of Maks Luburic's most faithful allies.



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MOSKOV, Ante (Vitez)
(July 7, 1911 in Spiljari - ?)
Ustase Colonel, Domobran General
Died in Communist captivity post-war, date and location of death uncertain.
Promotions:
Ustase Colonel: Summer 1942; Domobran General: January 1945;
Assignments:
Commander of the Poglavnik Bodyguard (Battalion, Brigade and Division); Commander of the 1st Croatian "Storm" Division; Commander of the Poglavnik Bodyguard Corps.
Note:
One of the infamous "Rasovi" - Ustase extremists.



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RUKAVINA, Juraj "Juco"
(February 4, 1898 in Perusic - June 7, 1945 in Zagreb [executed])
Colonel of the Ustaska Vojnica:
Executed by Communists post-war.
Promotions:
Ustase Colonel: November 1941 (unconfirmed);
Assignments:
Croatian State Counsellor: 1943-1945.
Head of Ustaska Nadzorna Sluzba (UNS/Ustase Security Service): 1941-1945.
Responsible for organization of Jadovno concentration camp near Gospic:
Prewar member of Ustase movement.



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SERTIC, Tomislav (Vitez)
(December 21, 1902 in Udbina - September ?, 1945 in Belgrade [executed])
Ustase Colonel, Domobran General
Executed post-war by the Communist government, exact date unconfirmed.
Promotions:
Ustase Colonel: June 1941; Domobran General in February 1944;
Assignments:
Commander of Ustaska Vojnica; Commander of the Ustasa Military Academy; Chief of Staff at the MINORS HQ.
Note:
Suspected of participating in the anti-Pavelic coup organized by Vokic and Lorkovic, but never arrested.



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SERVATZY, Vjekoslav
(March 29, 1889 in Ruma - June 17, 1945 in Zagreb [executed])
Ustase Colonel, Domobran General
Executed post-war by the Communist government.
Promotions:
Ustase Colonel: June 1941; Domobran General in April, 1945;
Assignments:
Commander of Croatian forces in the Lika operational district, commanded the Poglavnik Bodyguard for a short period, Military Commander of the City of Zagreb near the end of the war.



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VRANCIC, Vjekoslav (Vitez)
(March 25, 1904 in Ljubuski - September 25, 1990 in Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Ustase Major, NDH Minister
Died in exile.
Promotions:
Ustasa Major of the Poglavnik Bodyguard in 1943;
Assignments:
Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Labour.
Note:
Together with A. Vrkljan led the NDH delegation that met with the British 8th Army in an attempt to save the NDH in early May, 1945. Escaped British custody and managed to find safety in Argentina. Active in the Croatian independence movement post-war.



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VRBAN, Antun
(January 15, 1908 in Pejakusa - August 31, 1948 in Zagreb [executed])
Ustase Major
Captured on Yugoslav territory post-war (July 20, 1947) while attempting to organize an anti-Communist Croatian guerilla force (Krizari - Crusaders), and executed.
Promotions:
Ustasa Major in June, 1941;
Assignments:
Commander of the Pag Concentration Camp; Commander of the Men's Section of Jasenovac Concentration Camp; Assistant Commander of the Stara Gradiska Concentration Camp; officer in the 1st Ustasa Defense Brigade.
Note:
One of the most infamous Ustase.

3 Comments:

  • At 23. studenoga 2012. u 12:13, Blogger G. said…

    Mo\e li ikao da se ovi opisi na engleskom jeziku prevedu na na[ lijepi hrvatski jezik. Pozdrav. Bog! Otpora[

     
  • At 23. studenoga 2012. u 12:14, Blogger G. said…

    Moželi ikao da se opvi opisi o Ustašama napišu na naš lijepi hrvatski jezik. Pozdrav. Bog! Otporaš,

     
  • At 23. studenoga 2012. u 12:15, Blogger G. said…

    Mo\e li ikao da se ovi opisi na engleskom jeziku prevedu na na[ lijepi hrvatski jezik. Pozdrav. Bog! Otpora[

     

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