WEHRMACHT PERCEPTIONS OF MASS VIOLENCE IN CROATIA, 1941–1942

@article{Gumz2001WEHRMACHTPO,
  title={WEHRMACHT PERCEPTIONS OF MASS VIOLENCE IN CROATIA, 1941–1942},
  author={Jonathan E. Gumz},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={44},
  pages={1015 - 1038}
}
During the Second World War, the Independent State of Croatia was the scene of intense guerrilla warfare as well as a programme of ethnic cleansing undertaken primarily, though not exclusively, by the Croatian state under the control of the Ustaša fascist party. This article investigates the Wehrmacht’s contrasting perceptions of its own violence in the anti-partisan war and its views of the Ustaša’s assault on Croatia’s Serb minority. The author argues that these different views emanated from… Expand

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