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by Zvonko Ivanković-Vonta

Author: Zvonko Ivanković-Vonta
Subcategory: Europe
Language: Croatian
Publisher: Scientia Yugoslavica (1988)
Pages: 365 pages
Category: History
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Bibliotheca Scientia Yugoslavica ;, 3. Classifications.

Includes bibliographical references and index. In Serbo-Croatian (roman). Bibliotheca Scientia Yugoslavica ;, 3.

Retrieved 2011-02-16. Ivanković-Vonta, Zvonko (1988). Bibliotheca Scientia Yugoslavica. p. 255. ISBN 86-81183-03-6. v. t. e. Anti-Fascist Council for the National Liberation of Yugoslavia.

It was developed to be the bearer of Croatian statehood. At its last meeting, it changed its name to the National Parliament of Croatia, (Narodni sabor Hrvatske).

Book's title: Hebrang Zvonko Ivankovic-Vonta. Bibliotheca Scientia Yugoslavica ; 3. General Note: In Serbo-Croatian (roman). Library of Congress Control Number: 89146166. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 8681183036. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Hebrang, Andrija, 1899-1949.

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Ivanković-Vonta, Zvonko (1988). Soon afterward, Croatian partisans founded a Croatian Main Staff led by Andrija Hebrang, a part of the Supreme Staff of the Yugoslav Partisans under the command of Josip Broz Tito. Of all the other main staffs in the territory of Yugoslavia, Croatian was the strongest and most developed ial body of the Partisan forces, both in terms of the number of staff and the duties that it had. Following the unsuccessful uprising in Serbia in 1941, the center of gravity for the resistance moved to Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.

The Independent State of Croatia (Serbo-Croatian: Nezavisna Država .

The Independent State of Croatia (Serbo-Croatian: Nezavisna Država Hrvatska, Независна Држава Хрватска, NDH; German: Unabhängiger Staat Kroatien; Italian: Stato Indipendente di Croazia), often referred to simply by the abbreviation NDH, was a World War II puppet state of Germany and Italy, which was established in parts of Axis-occupied Yugoslavia. Hebrang, by Zvonko Ivanković – Vonta, Scientia Yugoslavica 1988 Pages 169–170. Tomasevich, 2001, p. 440. ^ Hrvatski narod, 3 September 1942.

1. 1. Hebrang, by Zvonko Ivanković - Vonta, Scientia Yugoslavica 1988 Pages 169-170.

The establishment of NDH was proclaimed on April 10, 1941 by Slavko Kvaternik, deputy leader of the Ustaše. Ante Pavelić came to power as leader (Poglavnik) of the Croatian puppet state. Pavelić took power with Mussolini and Hitler's blessing. On paper, it was a kingdom under King Tomislav II of the House of Savoy (the Duke of Split).