Paveli

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Ante Pavelić (1869–1938)
... Ante Pavelić listen, (19 May 1869, Gospić - 11 February 1938, Zagreb) was a Croatian dentist and politician ... from the more notable Croatian fascist leader and politician Ante Pavelić, who was twenty years younger and member of a different Party of Rights ... The Party of Rights that Pavelić belonged to was known as Milinovci, after their leader Mile Starčević ...
Ivica Matković (Ustasha) - Changes in The Administration in March 1943
... Some of the Ustase, led by Ante Pavelić himself, wanted to slow down their policy of ethnic cleansing, in fear of losing to the allies, while others, led by Eugen and Dido Kvaternik, sought ... Pavelić was allegedly so fearful of the power and influence Dido Kvaternik obtained (to such a degree that he could threaten Pavelić's position and ...
Rasovi
... returned from exile to Zagreb in April 1941 with their leader Ante Pavelić ... When Pavelić became leader (Poglavnik) of the Independent State of Croatia (Croatian Nezavisna Država Hrvatska, NDH) they retained his respect and trust as fellow émigrés, and ... Later Eugen Kvaternik sided with his father Slavko Kvaternik in a conflict with Pavelić and fell into disfavour ...
Svetomir Đukić
... to meet with the leader of the Independent State of Croatia, Ante Pavelić ... On the first day, and Vladimir Predavac had a meeting with Pavelić and Andrija Artuković ... After the last meeting, held on April 22, Pavelić agreed to Đukić's requests ...
Ustaše/Archive 3 - History - Ustaše Militia
... again called upon by foreigners to take a stand and oppose the Pavelić government, but refused ... early 1941, Jews and Serbs were ordered to leave certain areas of Zagreb Pavelić first met with Adolf Hitler on 6 June 1941 ... Mile Budak, then a minister in Pavelić's government, publicly proclaimed the violent racial policy of the state on 22 July 1941 ...