Cults of Death and Fantasies of Annihilation: The Croatian Ustasha Movement in Power, 1941–45

@article{Yeomans2005CultsOD,
  title={Cults of Death and Fantasies of Annihilation: The Croatian Ustasha Movement in Power, 1941–45},
  author={R. Yeomans},
  journal={Central Europe},
  year={2005},
  volume={3},
  pages={121 - 142}
}
  • R. Yeomans
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • Central Europe
  • Croat youth! You know them well, not from today and not from tomorrow. You have known them for a long time. Does it not seem as if we have already worked and spoken with them somewhere? Do you not feel their presence? Marko Hranilovi a c and Matija Soldin are with us, although it has been ten years since their brave deaths, because their spirits live in us. V.E., ‘Hranilovi a c i Soldin’, Nas rad, October 4 1941 

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