Archival Descriptions

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Language of Description: English
Language of Description: Multiple
Holding Institution: Hrvatski državni arhiv
  1. Ministarstvo vanjskih poslova Nezavisne Države Hrvatske

    • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Independent State of Croatia

    Some files from the Minister's cabinet have been saved, on the most important issues of foreign policy, as well as his correspondence and reports admitted from the Croatian embassies in other countries. A significant portion of the collection consists of the writings of the Political Department, relations with the Croatia's allied countries: Italy and Germany, as well as countries in the neighborhood. Usually the Ministry followed the Italians relationship with Serbian Chetniks and the Serbian population and exceeding of the Italian authorities on the ground of ISC; follow the realization o...

  2. Ustaška nadzorna služba

    • The Ustasha Intelligence Unit

    The collection contains personal files and various financial documents: bills that arrived to (concentration) camps, and which relate to the consumption of goods in the camps, orders for shoes, slippers, wood, food and clothing, lists of dead prisoners, documents relating to the sending of packages to inmates, list of people coming into camps. Preserved are reports from the field and reports on detainees, by day.

  3. Ustaša. Hrvatski oslobodilački pokret

    • Ustasha. Croatian Liberation Movement.

    Follows the organization of the Ustasha movement and its institualization: the formation of the main political body, Glavni ustaški stan (GUS; Main Ustasha HQ, which had offices in most major towns in the country); reports on the formatian of camps; lists of suspicious individuals; list of partisan fighters, etc.

  4. Ravnateljstvo ustaškog redarstva. Židovski odsjek.

    • Directorate of the Ustasha police. Jewish section.

    Collection includes pleas of Jews not to have to wear the Jewish sign; pleas to have their aryan rights recognized for different reasons; requests for protection; reports on arrests of Jews and deportations; reports from camps. Preserved are also office records from 1941 and 1942.

  5. Redarstvena oblast za grad Zagreb

    • The city of Zagreb law enforcement unit

    Most of the collection consists of police records with personal data and the reasons for the arrest. Among other things preserved there are certificates, paid invoices, purchase orders, records of persons who have changed their religion, records of the parish police jurisdictions, etc.

  6. Zemaljska komisija za utvrđivanje zločina okupatora i njihovih pomagača Hrvatske

    • The state commission for the establishing of the crimes of the occupying forces and their helpers

    Established in 1944, the institution collected data on crimes, perpetutors and their accomplices, the type of crime, place and manner the crime was conducted. Results of its work the Commission forwarded onto the public prosecutor's office. The punishment was determined by the courts at the end of the judicial process, or after the final judgment. On the lower levels there were county, municipal and city commission. In 1947 its work was replaced by the Investigation Department of the Public Prosecutor's Office of People's Republic of Croatia. The material on Jews (9 boxes) contains details ...

  7. Javno tužilaštvo Socijalističke Republike Hrvatske

    • The State Attorney office of the Socialist Republic of Croatia

    Public Prosecutor's Office was established in 1945. The Law on the Public Prosecutor's Office was adopted after the promulgation of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1946, and the Public Prosecutor's Office of PRC acted as an organ of public prosecution in the country. Collection holds 9 boxes of the Indictment Ante Pavelic-Andrija Artuković, from 1951 for their extradition. Besides the text of the statutory provisions of the ISC there is evidence, testimony and statements of surviving camp inmates, lists of interned and murdered Jews, etc.

  8. Sudovi Oružanih snaga NDH

    • Court-martial of the Independent State of Croatia

    The collection consists of the writings of some of the military courts of the ISC/NDH from the period 1941-1945, with data on military-judicial practices of the Independent State Of Croatia (reports on criminal cases, the statements on the proclamation of penalties).

  9. Projekt Dotrščina: Zagrepčani - revolucionari, antifašisti i žrtve fašističkog terora 1941. - 1945. (podserija)

    • The Dotrščina Park Project: citizens of Zagreb, revolutionaries, anti-Fascist fighters and victims of fascist terror 1941-1945

    The Dotrsicna park in Zagreb is the site of the mass murder where around 18 000 citizens of Zagreb and its surroundings were shot during the Fascist regime due to their ethnic background, or the fact they were anti-regime. Thanks to archivists Josipa Paver and Igor Graovac, there was systematic work on the names of the victims from 1967 until the late 1990s. The project started in the State Archive back in 1967, and lasted, with interruptions, until April 1985. The project examined the records of the Croatian State Archives, the former archives of the Institute of History of the labor movem...