[Above: Postage stamp from 1943 bearing the image of Ante Pavelic. There were quite of a few of such stamps during the era.]

[Above: Croatian postage stamp pamphlet from 1942 featuring Ante Pavelic on the cover.]

[Above: Larger view of Ante Pavelic.]

[Above: Postcard of above picture, except autographed!]

[Above: Postcard of Banja Luka (city in Bosnia and Herzegovina) postage stamp exposition. In the center is a picture of Pavelic and on either side of his portrait are framed postage stamps.]

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[Above: Ante Pavelic and German officers]

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[Above: Ante Pavelic with the 369th Croatian Reinforced Infantry Regiment outside of Stalingrad.]

[Above: Ante Pavelic with civilians.]

[Above: Ante Pavelic, 1942.]

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[Above: Benito Mussolini and Ante Pavelic review an honour guard on the occasion of Italy's recognition of the Croatian state. Circa 1941.]

[Above: Left to right, Ante Pavelic, Adolf Hitler and Hermann Goering.]

[Above: Ante Pavelic on a state visit to meet Adolf Hitler, circa 1941.]

[Above: Pavelic met with Adolf Hitler on an official state visit on June 9, 1941 at the Berghof near Berchtesgaden in Bavaria. He was accompanied by Andrija Artukovic and was also greeted by Joachim von Ribbentrop and Hermann Goering.]

[Above: Pavelic with Adolf Hitler.]

[Above: Ante Pavelic and Joachim von Ribbentrop during his 1941 state visit.]

[Above: Ante Pavelic and Joachim von Ribbentrop.]

[Above: Ante Pavelic and his child.]

[Above: Ante Pavelic and his child.]

[Above: Pavelic, a christian, with a muslim imam and others, following the opening in 1943 of a large mosque mosque in zagreb. So much for religious intolerance.]

[Above: The mosque in Zagreb.]

[Above: Ante Pavelic with Croatian Roman Catholic nuns.]

[Above: Pavelic in 1948 disguised in beard and glasses. Somewhere in South America.]

[Above: Pavelic and his wife in Buenos Aires, 1957.]