Croatia

Jewish population prior to the Holocaust 40,000 (1941)
Jews murdered in the Holocaust 30,000
Operation Last Chance Launched June 30, 2004 in Zagreb


Croatian President Stjepan Mesic Attacks Efforts to Equalize Communist and Nazi Crimes in Meeting with Wiesenthal Center’s Chief Nazi-Hunter Efraim Zuroff
May 14, 2008 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Protests Celebration of World War II Croatian Mass Murderer Ante Pavelic In Melbourne Restaurant
April 15, 2008 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center: Death of Ustashe Governor of Dubrovnik Unprosecuted In Argentina Is Failure of Croatian Judicial Authorities
December 6, 2007 (PR)

For First Time Ever Croatia Gets Failing Grade in Wiesenthal Center 2007 Annual Report on Worldwide Investigation and Prosecution of Nazi War Criminals
September 3, 2007 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center: Screening of “Thompson” Concert by Croatian State Television in Prime Time Tonight Will Encourage Extremist Nationalism and Ustasha Nostalgia
July 1, 2007 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Expresses Outrage At Massive Outburst of Nostalgia for Croatian Fascism at Zagreb Rock Concert; Urges President Mesic to Take Immediate Action
June 18, 2007 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Protests Croatian Sugar Packets With Likeness Of Hitler And Tastless Jokes About Jews In Concentration Camps
February 18, 2007 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Urges Croatia To Press Austria Harder for Extradition of Escaped Nazi Police Chief Ašner
November 28, 2006 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Urges Attorney General Bajic To Investigate Whether Escaped Ustasha Criminal Milivoj Ašner Entered Croatia or Forged Legal Document
August 22, 2006 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Urges Serbia to Seek Extradition of Escaped Nazi War Criminals in Meeting with President Boris Tadić
August 7, 2006 (PR)

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