[Above: Croatian soldiers, probably on the Eastern Front]

[Above: Ante Pavelic during an award ceremony on the Eastern Front]

[Above: Ante Pavelic during an award ceremony on the Eastern Front]

[Above: Ante Pavelic reviewing troops at Stalingrad]

[Above: The 369th Croatian Reinforced Infantry Regiment, part of the German 100th Division in Golubinskaya, west of Stalingrad, on September 24, 1942.]

[Above: A united Europe. In Dresden, Germany, a Croatian Waffen-SS volunteer meets his Walloonian and Walloonian counterparts.]

[Above: Ante Pavelic and soldiers on parade]

[Above: ...]

[Above: ...]

[Above: Ustaše parade.]

[Above: Nada Tanic-and Maja Slomic, commandants of the women's camp in Stara Gradiska.]

[Above: Note the 'U' painted on his helmet--standing for 'Ustaše'.]

[Above: Another example of helmet painting...]

[Above: Ready to kick some ass with a heavy machine gun.]

[Above: ...]

[Above: ...]

[Above: ...]

[Above: ...]

[Above: ...]

[Above: ...]

[Above: ...]

[Above: Armed to the teeth...]

[Above: Meeting of Croatian and German writers in hotel Esplanada in Zagreb, Croatia.]

[Above: Croatian Ustaše officer Max Luburic.]

[Above: Ustaše sentinel guarding a command post. He's wearing an old WW1 model helmet imported from Belgium!]

[Above: Monument for the fallen NSDAP martyrs in the beer hall putsch of September 9, 1923 in Munich. This monument is located in Croatia!]

[Above: NSDAP merchandise for sale in Zagreb, Croatia. The text on the right says 'In every house! In every home!']

[Above: The figure in the middle is Jure Francetic (July 1912 - December 1942), commander of the Black Legion and Ustaša Commissioner for the Bosnia and Herzegovina regions of the Independent State of Croatia. A capable leader, he was cosidered by many to be Ante Pavelic's possible successor. He was murdered by communist partisans when his plane crashed near Slunj in the Kordun region.]

[Above: Croatian athletes stiff-arm salute at the start of a soccer match between Croatia and Slovakia in Zagreb, Croatia.]

[Above: Croatian volunteers hold out their flag to be blessed by a Roman Catholic priest.]

[Above: ...]

[Above: ...]