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Krunoslav Draganović Collection on World War II and Post-war Victims

Filing folders of the Krunoslav Draganović's Collection on World War II and Postwar Victims at the Croatian State Archives (2017-01-10). Stakeholder Tatjana Šarić with the Krunoslav Draganović's Collection on World War II and Postwar Victims at the Croatian State Archives (2017-01-10).

The Krunoslav Draganović Collection on World War II and Post-war Victims is an archive collection whose original collector was the priest Krunoslav Draganović, who, relying primarily on the testimonies of survivors and other witnesses, planned to publish a book on the crimes of the Yugoslav communists.

Location

  • Zagreb Trg Marka Marulića 21, Croatia 10000
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Languages

  • Croatian
  • English
  • German
  • Italian

Name of collection

  • Krunoslav Draganović Collection on World War II and Post-war Victims

Provenance and cultural activities

Description of content

Content

  • manuscripts (ego-documents, diaries, notes, letters, drafts, etc.): 1000-
  • publications (books, newspapers, articles, press clippings): unknown quantity

Owner(s)

Stakeholder(s) of the collection

Date of founding

  • 1999

Place of founding

Creators of content

Collector(s)

Access type

  • parts are closed to the public

Authors of this page

  • Mihaljević, Josip

References

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  2. Akmadža, Miroslav. Crkva i država: dopisivanje i razgovori između predstavnika Katoličke crkve i komunističke državne vlasti u Jugoslaviji (Church and the State: Correspondence and Discussions Between Representatives of the Catholic Church and the Communist State Authorities in Yugoslavia). Zagreb: Društvo za povjesnicu Zagrebačke nadbiskupije "Tkalčić", 2008.
  3. Akmadža, Miroslav. Katolička Crkva u komunističkoj Hrvatskoj 1945.-1980. (The Catholic Church in Communist Croatia 1945-1980). Zagreb: Slavonski Brod, 2013.
  4. Akmadža, Miroslav. Krunoslav Draganović: iskazi komunističkim istražiteljima (Krunoslav Draganović: Statements Given to Communist Investigators). Zagreb: Hrvatski institut za povijest, 2010.
  5. American Society for Croatian Migration. Is Yugoslavia ruled by law?: tragedy of the abducted priest, Rev. K. Draganović : Yugoslav official forgeries of letters allegedly written by this abducted priest, where he explains reasons of his "voluntary" return to Yugoslavia : analysis of American police expert. [Cleveland?]: [American Society for Croatian Migration?], 1967.
  6. Beljo, Ante. „Ponosan sam što sam sudjelovao u spašavanju Draganovićeve dokumentacije“ (“I am proud to participate in the rescue of Draganović's papers“). In: Ivurek, Mijo, Život i djelov Krunoslava Draganovića (1903. – 1983.) (Life and Work of Krunoslav Draganović (1903-1983)), pp. 251-253. Zagreb; Sarajevo: Naklada – Gea; Hrvatsko kulturno društvo Napredak, 2013.
  7. Beljo, Ante. Yugoslavia: Genocide: A Documented Analysis / Jugoslavija: genocid: dokumentarna analiza. Sudbury [Canada]: Northern Tribune Publishing, 1985.
  8. Beljo, Ante. YU-genocide : Bleiburg, Death Marches, Udba (Yugoslav secret police). Zagreb; Toronto: Croatian Information Centre ; Northern Tribune Publishing, 1995.
  9. Croatian State Archives. “About us.” Accessed 19 January 2017. http://www.arhiv.hr/en/Home/index.htm.
  10. Croatian State Archives. “HR-HDA-1805 - Zbirka preslika Krunoslava Draganovića o žrtvama II. svjetskog rata i poraća (zbirka)“ (on-line description of the collection). Accessed 19 January 2017. http://arhinet.arhiv.hr/details.aspx?ItemId=1_5685.
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  12. Geiger, Vladimir and Josipović Batorek, Slađana. „O provođenju odluke komunističkih vlasti iz 1945. o uklanjanju grobalja i grobova 'okupatora' i 'narodnih neprijatelja' u Slavoniji i Srijemu“ [“On the implementation of the resolution of the interior ministry of the Democratic Federal Yugoslavia of May 18th and the interior ministry of the Federal State of Croatia, July 6th 1945, about the obliteration of cemeteries and graves of ‘occupiers’ and the ‘enemies of the people’ in the territory of Slavonia and Syrmia”]. Scrinia Slavonica : godišnjak Podružnice za povijest Slavonije, Srijema i Baranje Hrvatskog instituta za povijest 15 (2015): 291-316.
  13. Grahek Ravančić, Martina. „Controversies about the Croatian Victims at Bleiburg”. Review of Croatian History, 2 (2007), no. 1: 27-46
  14. Grahek Ravančić, Martina. „Doprinos Krunoslava Draganovića istraživanju komunističkih zločina“ (“Krunoslav Draganović’s Contribution to the Research of Communist Crimes”). In: In: Krunoslav Stjepan Draganović - svećenik, povjesničar i rodoljub (Krunoslav Stjepan Draganović - Priest, Historian and Patriot), edited by Darko Tomašević and Miroslav Akmadža, pp. 273-289. Sarajevo: Katolički bogoslovni fakultet; HKD Napredak; Hrvatsko katoličko dobrotvorno društvo; Glas Koncila, 2014.
  15. Grahek Ravančić, Martina. „Izručenja zarobljenika s bleiburškog polja i okolice u svibnju 1945.“ (“The Handing Over of Prisoners from Bleiburg Field and its Surroundings in May 1945“). Časopis za suvremenu povijest 39 (2007), br. 3: 515-849.
  16. Grahek Ravančić, Martina. Bleiburg i križni put 1945: Historiografija, publicistika i memoarska literature (Bleiburg and the Death Marches. Historiography, Journalism and Memoirs). Zagreb: Hrvatski institut za povijest, 2009.
  17. Hećimović, Joseph. In Tito's Death Marches. [Chicago]: [United American Croats Central Committee], 1961.
  18. HR-HDA-1805, Krunoslav Draganović - zbirka dokumenata - analitički popis 2003 (Krunoslav Draganović  - Collection of documents - Analytical overview 2003).
  19. HR-HDA-1805, Potvrda o preuzimanju dokumentacije [od Komisije za utvrđivanje ratnih i poratnih žrtava] (Certificate of takeover of documents [of the Commission on Establishment of Wartime and Postwar Victims]), 2 July 1999.
  20. Ivurek, Mijo. Život i djelo Krunoslava Draganovića (1903.-1983.) (Life and work of Krunoslav Draganović 1903-1983). Zagreb; Sarajevo: Naklada Gea; Hrvatsko kulturno društvo Napredak, 2013.
  21. Jareb, Mario. „Između mitova i činjenica: odnos Krunoslava Draganovića prema poglavniku Anti Paveliću, ustaškom pokretu i Nezavisnoj Državi Hrvatskoj“ (Between Myth and Reality: The Position of Krunoslav Draganović Regarding Chief Of State Poglavnik Ante Pavelić, the Ustasha Movement and the Independent State Of Croatia). In: Krunoslav Stjepan Draganović - svećenik, povjesničar i rodoljub (Krunoslav Stjepan Draganović - Priest, Historian and Patriot), edited by Darko Tomašević, Miroslav Akmadža, pp. 291-310. Sarajevo: Katolički bogoslovni fakultet; HKD Napredak; Hrvatsko katoličko dobrotvorno društvo; Glas Koncila, 2014.
  22. Jelić, Anto. „Draganovićevo skupljanje izvješća o stradanju Hrvata u Bleiburgu i na križnom putu“ (“Draganović’s collecting reports on Croatian Victims in Bleiburg and Death Marches”), In: Krunoslav Stjepan Draganović - svećenik, povjesničar i rodoljub, edited by Darko Tomašević, Miroslav Akmadža, pp. 257-272. Sarajevo: Katolički bogoslovni fakultet; HKD Napredak; Hrvatsko katoličko dobrotvorno društvo; Glas Koncila, 2014.
  23. Levenda, Peter. Ratline: Soviet Spies Nazi Priests, and the Disappearance of Adolf Hitler. York Beach, Me: Nicolas-Hays, 2012.
  24. Narod.hr. “Suđenje u Münchenu: Kako je Vice Vukojević nasmijao sudnicu do suza“ (The trial in Munich: How did Vice Vukojević laughed the courtroom to tears?. Accessed 15 February 2017. http://narod.hr/eu/sudenje-u-munchenu-kako-je-vice-vukojevic-nasmijao-sudnicu-do-suza
  25. Nikolić, Vinko, Franjo Nevistić (eds.). Bleiburška tragedija hrvatskoga naroda (Bleiburg Tragedy of Croatian People). München: Knjižnica Hrvatske revije, 1976.
  26. Perić, Ratko. „Draganović o sebi“ (“Draganović about himself”). Kolo 8 (1998), br. 3: 349-354.
  27. Portal Hrvatskog kulturnog vijeća. “Ante Beljo”. Accessed 15 February 2017. http://www.hkv.hr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=71:ante-beljo&catid=3:ivotopisi&Itemid=91
  28. Prcela, John Ivan; Dražen Živić. Hrvatski holokaust: dokumenti i svjedočanstva o poratnim pokoljima u Jugoslaviji (Croatian Holocaust: Documents and Testimonies of the Postwar Massacres in Yugoslavia). Zagreb: Hrvatsko društvo političkih zatvorenika, 2001.
  29. Prcela, John; Guldescu, Stanko. Operation Slaughterhouse: Eyewitness Accounts of Postwar Massacres in Yugoslavia. Philadelphia: Dorrance, 1970.
  30. Rašeta, Boris. Ustaški James Bond (The Ustasha’s James Bond). Zagreb: 24sata, 2014.
  31. Rašeta, Boris. Ustaški James Bond 2 : sve tajne NDH (The Ustasha’s James Bond 2: All the Secrets of the Independent State of Croatia) secrets NDH. Zagreb: 24sata, 2015.
  32. Sabor Republike Hrvatske. “Ante Beljo”. Accessed 15 February 2017. http://www.sabor.hr/Default.aspx?art=15746
  33. Šafarić Blog. “O radu saborske Komisije za žrtve rata i poraća: Na suđenju u Münchenu“ (“About the work of the Commission on Establishment of Wartime and Postwar Victims: On the München Trial”). Accessed 15 February 2017. http://www.safaric-safaric.si/udba/vukojevic/20150430%20Munchen%20Saborska%20komisija%20za%20zrtve%20rata%20i%20poraca.htm
  34. Škoro, Gojko. Genocide over the Serbs in the Independent state of Croatia: be Catholic or die. Beograd: Institute of Contemporary History, 2000.
  35. Tadin, Ornata. „Bilješka“ o sređivanju Zbirke preslika Krunoslava Draganovića ('Note' on the assortment of the Krunoslav Draganović's collection). HR-HDA-1803, Croatian State Archives, 14 June 2002.
  36. Tadin, Ornata. „Revers“ o sređivanju Zbirke preslika Krunoslava Draganovića ('Revers' on the assortment of the Krunoslav Draganović's collection). HR-HDA-1803, Croatian State Archives, 30 January 2003.
  37. Viktimologija – Hrvatsko žrtvoslovno društvo. “Komisija za utvrđivanje ratnih i poratnih žrtava“ (“Commission on Establishment of Wartime and Postwar Victims”). Accessed 15 February 2017. http://test.viktimologija.com.hr/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1755

Šarić, Tatjana , interview by Mihaljević, Josip, May 13, 2016. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection