Rudi Čajavec ( April 1st, 1911 - July 2nd, 1942) is Yugoslav pilot, best known as the first airman of Partisan air force. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rudi Čajavec"
Slavko Kvaternik ( 1878 - June 7, 1947) was the deputy leader and founding member of the Croatian Ustaša movement in the 1930s and later one of the leaders of the Independent State of Croatia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Slavko Kvaternik"
Slavko Stanzer ( 1872- 1945) was the commander-in-chief and inspector-general of " Domobranstvo" (or Domobrani), the regular army of the Independent State of Croatia during the Second World War. ...more on Wikipedia about "Slavko Stanzer"
Tomislav Sertić was a member of the Croatian World War II Ustaše regime in charge of the Independent State of Croatia during World War II. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tomislav Sertić"
Većeslav Holjevac ( August 22nd, 1917 - July 11th, 1970) was a Croatian and Yugoslav soldier and politician. ...more on Wikipedia about "Većeslav Holjevac"
Velimir Škorpik (b. April 2nd, 1919 in Brodarica, near Zadar - d. November 7th, 1943 in Zagorje, near Mostar) is Croatian (and Yugoslav) Partisan commander, best known for his role in development of Yugoslav Partisan navy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Velimir Škorpik"
Vjekoslav Vrančić was a member of the Croatian World War II Ustaše regime ...more on Wikipedia about "Vjekoslav Vrančić" Simply shortopedia!
Vladimir Bakarić ( 8 March 1912– 16 January 1983) was Chairman of the Croatian League of Communists from 1948 to 1969. He helped organize Partisan resistance in Croatia during World War II. He later held high government and party posts in Croatia, and as such was a close collaborator of President Josip Broz Tito. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vladimir Bakarić"
Vladimir Nazor (born 1876 in Postira, Brač — died 1949 in Zagreb) was a Croatian writer and translator. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vladimir Nazor"
Vladimir Velebit ( 1907– 2004) was a Croatian communist who joined the Partisans in 1941. Vladimir Velebit was a former general, lawyer and a historian. He also had been the Yugoslav Ambassador to Rome and to the Court of St. James's and to the World Bank, Major-General in the Yugoslav National Liberation Army, Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs, and UNECE Executive Secretary from 1960 to 1967. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vladimir Velebit"
Vladko Maček ( June 20, 1879 – May 15, 1964) was a Croatian politician from the first half of the 20th century. He led the Croatian Peasant Party (HSS) after Stjepan Radić and through World War II. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vladko Maček"
Vlado Bagat ( October 20th, 1915 - June 1st, 1944) was a Croatian and Yugoslav soldier. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vlado Bagat"
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