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


Wiesenthal Center Protests Anti-Semitic Article on Požega, Croatia Website
July 25, 2006 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Calls for Prosecution of Croatian Nazi War Criminals Ivo Rojnica and Milivoj Ašner at Zagreb Conference on Anti-Semitism
June 20, 2006 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Protests Failure by Austrian Authorities to Expedite Extradition to Croatia of Indicted “Operation: Last Chance” Suspect Milivoj Ašner
March 31, 2006 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center to Croatian Authorities: Ašner's Property is Not the Issue; Bring Him to Justice!
November 28, 2005 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Calls Upon Austrian Authorities to Honor Memory of Simon Wiesenthal by Acceding to Croatian Extradition Request for Nazi War Criminal “Operation: Last Chance” Suspect Milivoj Asner, Currently Residing in Klagenfurt, or by Prosecuting Him in Austria
September 22, 2005 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center's Chief Nazi-Hunter Meets with Croatian President and Attorney-General to Press for Prosecution of “Operation: Last Chance” Suspect Milivoj Ašner and Ustasha Official Ivo Rojnica
July 5, 2005 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center's Chief Nazi-Hunter Meets with Mayor of Požega to Discuss Crimes of Former Police Chief, “Operation: Last Chance” Suspect Milivoj Ašner; Urges Preservation of Vandalized Jewish Cemetery
July 4, 2005 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Expresses Support for “Operation: Last Chance” Informant Sued for Libel in Croatia by Nazi War Criminal He Exposed
June 20, 2005 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Calls Upon Austrian Authorities to Take Legal Action Against Croatian Nazi War Criminal Living in Klagenfurt
June 2, 2005 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center’s Chief Nazi-Hunter Meets With Croatian President Mesic to Discuss Progress of Investigation Against “Operation: Last Chance” Suspect Milivoj Asner and Ustasha Leader Ivo Rojnica
March 17, 2005 (PR)

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