Abramović, Ilija: *1925 in Croatia, Ustaša, lives in Carinthia/Koroška since 1945, ​​founding member of the Bleiburg Ehrenzug, functionary of the Catholic Church in the city of Klagenfurt/Celovec.

Akademische Sängerschaft Tauriska zu Klagenfurt: German national fraternity, founded in 1888 as the "Association of German Carinthian Students".

Apovnik, Pavla: * 1902, deceased; contemporary witness and supporter of the partisans in Carinthia/Koroška.

Arrow Cross Party: Hungarian fascist party, from 1935-1945, which was explicitly oriented towards National Socialism. Supporters of Hungarian fascism in its organized form from 1935-1945 are called “Pfeilkreuzler” in German.

Austria-Hungary: Real Union as Austro-Hungarian monarchy, the last phase of the Habsburg monarchy, existed from 1867-1918.

Axis Powers: Originally meant the "Axis Berlin - Rome", meaning the cooperation of National Socialism and Italian Fascism. With the outbreak of the Second World War it meant Germany, Italy, Japan and their allies.

Badge Law (Abzeichengesetz, AbzG): The law, passed in 1960, prohibits the display of symbols in Austria of banned organizations under penalty of administrative punishment. It concerns symbols of National Socialism.

Bleiburg / Pliberk: bilingual municipality in the southeast of Carinthia/Koroška, Bleiburg became synonymous for the events surrounding the handover of Ustaša to Yugoslavia in May 1945.

Bleiburger Ehrenzug (Počasni Bleiburški vod, short: PBV): a history revisionist association founded in 1953 in Klagenfurt/ Celovec by former Ustaša. Organizes the commemoration in Bleiburg/Pliberk and receives financial support from the Croatian government.

British-liberated zone: in the context of this brochure, the parts of Carinthia/Koroška that were liberated in May 1945 and then governed by the British army.

Brotherhood of the Croatian Dragon (Družba Braća Hrvatskoga Zmaja): Nationalist Croatian Secret Society founded in 1905.

Budak, Mile: *1889, †1945; Ustaše, Minister of Religion and Education, and later Foreign Minister of the NDH state.

Bujanec, Velimir: *1974, Croatian extreme right-wing journalist and television presenter.

BZÖ - Bündnis Zukunft Österreich (Alliance Future Austria): split-off from the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) under the leadership of Jörg Haider, represented in the Austrian Parliament from 2005 to 2013.

Caritas: welfare organization of the Roman Catholic Church. The international umbrella organization is officially called Caritas Internationalis.

Cecelja, Viljim: *1909, †1989; Deputy Military Vicar of the NDH Army, close confidant and confessor of Ante Pavelić, central figure of Caritas Croatia and escape agent of high-ranking Ustaša. After internment by the Allies, establishing the Croatian Catholic community in Salzburg, central figure of the Croatian (fascist) diaspora.

Chetniks (Četnik): collective term for Serbian and Montenegrin royalty-loyal nationalist and / or anti-communist (up to fascist) militia during the Second World War.

Communist Party of Yugoslavia (Kommunistische Partei Jugoslawiens - KPJ): communist party and ruling party in real socialist Yugoslavia from 1919 - 1990. In 1952 it was renamed the League of Communists of Yugoslavia.

Concordat: Term for an agreement or treaty between the Roman Catholic Church and a state; in Austria especially since 1933.

Crna Legija (black legion): elite unit of the Ustaša from 1941-1945.

Croatian Home Guard (Domobrani): members of "Hrvatsko Domobranstvo", the regular forces of the "Independent State of Croatia" – NDH state.

Croatian War of Independence: war in Croatia from 1991-1995 in the context of the Yugoslav wars. The trigger was the declaration of independence of Croatia from Yugoslavia.

District Commission (BH - Bezirkshauptmannschaft): middle administrative level in Austria under the direction of a district commissioner in all federal states (except Vienna). As part of the indirect federal administration, controller of operations in Bleiburg/Pliberk.

EGVG - Einführungsgesetz zu den Verwaltungsverfahrensgesetzen (Introductory Act to the Administrative Procedure Acts): penalizes the dissemination of National Socialist ideas with administrative punishment, unless the offence can be punished under the Prohibition Act.

Erdoğan, Recep Tayyip: *1954, authoritarian President of the Republic of Turkey.

Exodus: exodus of the Israelites from Egypt described in the Old Testament.

Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia: from 1945-1963 official name of the real socialist Yugoslavia. From 1963-1992 the official name was “Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia”.

FPK - Freiheitliche Partei Kärntens (Freedom Party of Carinthia): split-off from the BZÖ, from 2009-2013 independent right-wing extremist party in Carinthia/Koroška, ​​since 2013 again part of the FPÖ.

FPÖ - Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs (Freedom Party of Austria): founded in 1955 right-wing extremist party, currently part of the Austrian Federal Government.

Franco, Francisco: *1892, †1975; fascist general and dictator, from 1936-1975 Head of State of Spain.

Francoism: ideological underpinning of the dictatorship of Francisco Franco.

Franciscan Order: a Catholic Order, developed between 1210 and 1220, refers to Francis of Assisi, in Croatia staff involved in the system of rule of the Ustaša.

Fraternity & Unity (Bratvo i jedinstvo): Motto of the Yugoslav People's Liberation Struggle, later the leitmotiv of the politics of remembrance in socialist Yugoslavia under which only the memory of the fight of the partisans was allowed. There was no talk of non-Yugoslav nationalism, complicity or fascism.

Grabar-Kitarović, Kolinda: *1968; since 15.02.2015 President of Croatia (independent), previously Croatian Minister (HDZ) and Deputy Secretary General of NATO.

Golgotha: name of the hill near ancient Jerusalem where Jesus was crucified according to the New Testament.

Haider, Jörg: *1950, †2008; extreme right-wing Austrian politician, formerly FPÖ, then BZÖ. 1989-2000 Chairman of the FPÖ, 1989-1991 and 1999-2008 Governor of Carinthia/ Koroška.

Handschar, The 13th Waffen Mountain Division of the SS: Division of the Waffen-SS, founded in 1943, recruited in the territory of the NDH state, involved in numerous war crimes in the Balkans. Handschar being German for “Khanjar”, a traditional dagger originating from Oman.

Hasanbegovic, Zlatko: *1973, history revisionist historian, until October 2016 Minister of Culture of Croatia (HDZ). Excluded from the HDZ in 2017, currently independent parliamentarian in the Croatian parliament. Former vice-chairman of the association “Bleiburger Ehrenzug”.

HČSP (Hrvatska čista stranka prava): "Croatian Pure Party of Rights", right-wing extremist, neo-fascist party, refers positively to the Ustaša.

HDZ (Hrvatska demokratska zajednica): "Croatian Democratic Community", nationalist, right-wing conservative party. Currently the strongest party in Croatia.

HOS (Hrvatske obrambene snage): "Croatian Defense Forces", Croatian paramilitary organization from 1991-1993, who fought together with the regular Croatian Armed Forces and the Croatian Defense Council (HVO) in the Bosnian and Croatian Wars. Their goal was a Greater Croatia. The name was deliberately inspired by the name of the armed forces of the NDH state.

HOS (Hrvatske oružane snage): "Croatian Armed Forces", from 1944 onwards the official name for the armed forces of the NDH state.

HOP (Hrvatski Oslobodilački Pokret - Croatian Liberation Movement): an organization founded in exile by Ante Pavelić for Croatian-fascist networking, organization, propaganda and the armed struggle against socialist Yugoslavia.

HSP (Hrvatska stranka prava): "Croatian Party of Law", right-wing extremist, fascist party. First established in 1861, the Ustaša emerged from it. Reestablished in 1990.

HSP-1861 (Hrvatska stranka prava-1861): "Croatian Party of Law-1861", founded in 1995, a spin-off from the HSP, as one of the few right-wing parties in opposition to Franjo Tuđman.

HSP-AS (Hrvatska stranka prava Dr. Ante Starčević): "Croatian Party of Law Dr. Ante Starčević ", founded in 2009, a right-wing spin-off from the HSP. At the 2014 EU-election and the 2015 general election they ran in an alliance with the HDZ.

HSS (Hrvatska seljačka stranka): “Croatian Peasant Party", conservative party founded in Croatia in 1904, played significant role in the SHS state. Re-founded in 1989, represented today in the Croatian Parliament as an opposition party.

Jasenovac: place in Croatia. The concentration camp Jasenovac, the largest concentration camp of the NDH state, was in the immediate vicinity.

Kaiser, Peter: *1958; Austrian politician of the SPÖ (Social Democratic Party of Austria) and since 2013 governor of Carinthia/Koroška.

Karamarko, Tomislav: *1959; Croatian politician and former chairman of the HDZ.

Kärntner Abwehrkämpferbund (Carinthian Defense Forces Federation): Founded in 1955, according to the Documentation Archive of the Austrian Resistance a "right-wing extremist organization". Works against an imagined "Slovenisation" of Carinthia/Koroška and implements German nationalistic politics, representatives take part in the meeting in Bleiburg/Pliberk.

Kitzmüller, Anneliese: *1959; Austrian politician of the extreme right-wing FPÖ and since 20.12.2017 Third President of the Austrian National Council.

King Alexander I.: *1888, †1934; King of Yugoslavia 1921 – 1934.

Kordić, Dario: *1960; Bosnian-Herzegovinian politician of the HDZ BiH, vice president of the, from 1991-1996 existing, internationally not recognized, Croatian Republic of Herceg-Bosna.

Kuna: 1941-1945 currency of the Independent State of Croatia (NDH state), since 1994 again the name of the currency of the Republic of Croatia.

LPD (Landespolizeidirektion - State Police Department): In Austria, a security agency subordinate to the Federal Ministry of the Interior, it is thus the second security authority but in most cities also the first authority. Each of the nine federal states has its own State Police Department.

Lobnig, Joseph: *1958; Austrian finance official and politician of the FPÖ (earlier FPK, FPÖ/BZÖ); since 1999 Member of Parliament of the Carinthian State Parliament and since March 2013 Third President of the Carinthian State Parliament.

Loibach Field / Libuško polje: field near Bleiburg/Pliberk, on which the alleged massacre of Bleiburg supposedly happened. This is where the historical revisionist memorial site is located and where most of the annual memorial service takes place.

Martinović, Nikica: * 1912, †1975; Member of the “Bleiburger Ehrenzug”.

Mesić, Stjepan "Stipe": *1934; Co-founder of the HDZ, but partly turned his back on it in the 1990s. From 18.02.2000-18.02.2010 President of Croatia.

Mussi, Peter: Old boy of the German nationalistic “Akademische Sängerschaft Tauriska zu Klagenfurt”.

NDH state (Nezavisna Država Hrvatska - Independent State of Croatia): Croatian fascist Nazi vassal state, 1941-1945.

Öllinger, Karl: *1951; Austrian politician of the Green Party (“Die Grünen”).

ÖVP (Österreichische Volkspartei - Austrian People's Party): right-wing conservative Austrian party. At the federal level in a governing coalition with the FPÖ since 20.12.2017.

Partisans, Yugoslav: in the context of this brochure resistance fighters against National Socialism and Italian fascism who organized themselves in the Yugoslav People's Liberation Army.

Pavelić, Ante: *1889, †1959; Leader of the Ustaša and the NDH state.

Perković, Marko: Founder and lead singer of the right-wing extremist Croatian rock band Thompson, founded in 1991. The band is named after the nickname of Perković - Thompson -, which derives from the gun with which Perković supposedly fought in the Croatian War of Independence.

Perón, Juan: *1895, †1974; General, autocratic president of Argentina.

Piplica, Miroslav: Chairman of the HDZ Austria, the Association for Veterans from the Croatian War of Independence abroad and the Croatian-Austrian Coordination for Culture and Sport.

Prohibition Act (VerbGVerbotsgesetz): Austrian Federal Constitutional Law, which regulated the denazification and sanctions offences regarding National Socialist topics as well as denial of and homage to NS crimes.

Puljić, Želimir: *1947; Archbishop of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Zadar in Croatia. In 2015 he campaigned for a legalization of the Ustaša greeting "Za dom spremni" within the military.

Radić, Stjepan: *1871, †1928; Politician and leader of the HSS - "Croatian Peasant Party".

Rolf, Tomislav: *1899, †1945; Ustaša, general of the NDH state.

Sanader, Ivo: * 1953; Croatian politician, face of the "reformed" HDZ, from 2003-2009 Prime Minister of Croatia.

Šahovnica / chessboard: colloquial name for the coat of arms of Croatia. It is historical as well as contemporary since it is in the coat of arms of the Republic of Croatia, where it begins with a red field on the top left. In the NDH state this coat of arms was also used, however, it begins with a white field on the top left.

SHS (Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes): originated in December 1918 from the merger of the State of the Slovenes, Croats and Serbs with the Kingdom of Serbia. After a coup, from 1929 onwards a royal dictatorship with the official name Kingdom of Yugoslavia, invaded and smashed in 1941 by the German Reich.

Sobotka, Wolfgang: *1956; politician of the ÖVP, from 21.4.2016-18.12.2017 Minister of the Interior, from 20.12.2017 onwards First President of the Austrian National Council.

Starčević, Ante: *1823, †1896; Croatian nationalist, politician, author and co-founder of the HSP. He demanded a Greater Croatia and was an opponent of a Yugoslav idea. He is still celebrated today for his commitment to the Croatian nation-state.

State Office for the Protection of the Constitution and Counter-Terrorism (LVT); In addition to the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution and the fight against terrorism (BVT) part of the Austrian constitution protection. The LVT is the part of the respective LPD - State Police Department.

Sunić, Tomislav; *1953; Croatian and US-citizen and formerly in various Croatian diplomatic functions (1993-2001), nationalist, anti-Semite and active within the neo-nazi white nationalist spectrum in the USA.

Symbols Act (SymbG - Symbolgesetz): Federal law that originally banned the use of Islamic State and Al-Qaida symbols. 2018/2019 broadening to other groups, amongst others the Ustaša.

Thompson: right-wing extremist Croatian rock band, named after the rifle with which the lead singer of the band, Marko Perković, fought in the Croatian War of Independence.

Tuđman, Franjo: *1922, †1999; historical revisionist historian and politician as well as co-founder of the HDZ. He was the autocratic president of the Republic of Croatia from 1990-1999.

Überfellner, Willi: Official of the “Kärntner Abwehrkämpferbund” (Carinthian Defense Forces Federation).

UDBA (Uprava državne bezbednosti): founded in 1946, the secret police of Yugoslavia, renamed SDB in 1966. Its main task was the fight against and the liquidation of external and internal enemies and opponents of the real socialist Yugoslavia.

Ulrichsberg / Šenturška gora: a 1022m high mountain near Klagenfurt/Celovec in Carinthia, a church ruin on the mountain serves as a memorial for various (Waffen-) SS-organizations. Scene of the revisionist Ulrichsberg meeting in addition to the Customs Field/Gosposvetsko polje.

Ustaša Hrvatska Revolucionarna Organizacija (Croatian Revolutionary Organization of Insurgents), Ustaša: founded in 1929, the Croatian fascist movement began as a right-wing extremist terrorist secret society and then took over power in the NDH state.

Vukojević, Vice: *1936; politician of the HDZ, former Member of the Croatian Parliament, from 1999-2007 Croatian Constitutional Court judge.

Waffen-SS: (“Armed SS”) part of the SS (“Schutzstaffel” – Protection Squadron), from 1939 onwards the designation for the already existing military formations of the SS. Combat units as well as guard units for concentration and extermination camps belonged to the Waffen-SS.

Wehrmacht: regular armed forces of National Socialist Germany. Involved in war of aggression, war of extermination and massive war crimes.

Yugoslav People's Liberation Army (Nardnooslobodilčka vojska, NOV): Communist Partisan Organization in Yugoslavia, fought for the liberation of Yugoslavia from National Socialism and Fascism in 1941-1945.

Za dom spremni: translated: Prepared for the homeland; Since the 1930s the motto and greeting of the Ustaša which was used during the Second World War as an equivalent to »Heil Hitler«.


Alexander I. Karađorđević; *16.12.1888, † 9.10.1934; von 1921 bis 1934 König von Jugoslawien.

Abramović, Ilija; *1925 in Kroatien, Ustaša, lebt seit 1945 in Kärnten/Koroška, Gründungsmitglied des Bleiburger Ehrenzug, Funktionär der katholischen Kirche in Klagenfurt/Celovec.

Apovnik, Pavla, *1902, verstorben; Zeitzeugin und Unterstützerin der Partisan_innen in Kärnten/Koroška.

Baković, Anto, *4.7.1931, † 26.1.2017; katholischer Priester und HDZ-Abgeordneter.

Budak, Mile, *30.8.1889, † 7.6.1945; Ustaše, Minister für Religion und Bildung, sowie später Außenminister des NDH.

Bujanec, Velimir; *18.11.1974, kroatischer rechtsextremer Journalist und Fernsehmoderator.

Buzančić, Boris, *13.3.1929, † 9.10.2014; Mitglied der HDZ, von 1990-1993 Bürgermeister von Zagreb, bis 1995 Abgeordneter des kroatischen Parlaments.

Cecelja, Viljim; *24.4.1909, † 3.7.1989; stellvertretender Militärvikar der NDH-Armee, enger Vertrauter und Beichtvater von Ante Pavelić, zentrale Figur der Caritas Croatia und Fluchthelfer hochrangiger Ustaša. Nach alliierter Internierung Aufbau der kroatisch-katholischen Gemeinde in Salzburg, zentrale Figur der kroatisch(-faschistischen) Diaspora.

Darabos, Norbert, *31.5.1964; Politiker der SPÖ, von 2007-11.3.1013 Verteidigungsminister Österreichs.

Dožic, Gavrilo, *17.5.1881, † 7.5.1950; von 21.2.1938 bis zu seinem Tod serbisch-orthodoxer Patriach.

Draganović, Krunoslav, *30.10.1903, † 5.7.1983; Priester des Franziskanerordens, Ustaše, Organisator der sog. Rattenlinie.

Duka, Tomislav, Priester und HDZ-Politiker; erster HDZ-Politiker, welcher in Bleiburg/Pliberk eine Rede hielt.

Erdoğan, Recep Tayyip; *26.2.1954, autoritärer Präsident der Republik Türkei.

Feldner, Josef, Vorsitzender des Kärntner Heimatdiensts (KHD).

Franco, Francisco, *4.12.1892, † 20.11.1975; faschistischer General und Diktator, von 1936 – 1975 Staatsoberhaupt Spaniens.

Filipović-Majstorović, Miroslav, *5.6.1915, † 1946; Priester des Franziskanerordens, Ustaše, Militärgeistlicher, sowie Kommandant der KZs Jasenovac und Stara Gradiška.

Gallob, Rudolf, *1928, † 2015; österreichischer Politiker der SPÖ, ehemaliger Landeshauptmann-Stellvertreter von Kärnten/Koroška, ehemaliger Präsident der Ulrichsberggemeinschaft.

Goldstein, Slavko, *22.8.1928, † 13.9.2017; Drehbuchautor, Schriftsteller, Politiker der HSLS (Kroatische Sozialliberale Partei), ehemaliger Partisan.

Gotovina, Ante, *12.10.1955; ehemaliger General der kroatischen Streitkräfte und Befehlshaber des Kroatischen Verteidigungsrat.

Grabar-Kitarović, Kolinda, *29.4.1968; seit 15.2.2015 Staatspräsidentin Kroatiens, davor Kroatische Ministerin und stellvertretende Generalsekretärin der NATO. Bis dahin Mitglied der HDZ, der_die kroatische Staatspräsident_in muss allerdings mit Amtsantritt jegliche Parteimitgliedschaft ablegen.

Haider, Jörg, *26.1.1950, † 11.10.2008; österreichischer Politiker des dritten Lagers, früher FPÖ, dann BZÖ. 1989-1991 sowie 1999-2008 Landeshauptmann von Kärnten/Koroška.

Hasanbegović, Zlatko; *14.6.1973, geschichtsrevisionistischer Historiker, bis Oktober 2016 Kulturminister Kroatiens (HDZ). 2017 aus der HDZ ausgeschlossen, aktuell unabhängiger Parlamentarier im kroatischen Parlament. Ehemals Vize-Vorsitzender des Vereins Bleiburger Ehrenzug.

Jelčić, Dubravko, *6.11.1930; Mitglied der HDZ, von 1995-1999 Abgeordneter des kroatischen Parlaments.

Kaiser, Peter, *4.12.1958; österreichischer Politiker der SPÖ und seit 2013 Landeshauptmann von Kärnten/Koroška.

Karamarko, Tomislav; *25.5.1959; kroatischer Politiker und ehemaliger Vorsitzender der HDZ.

Kitzmüller, Anneliese, *3.7.1959; österreichische Politikerin der rechtstextremen FPÖ und seit 20.12.2017 Dritte Präsidentin des österreichischen Nationalrats.

Kordić, Dario; *14.12.1960; bosnisch-herzegowinischer Politiker der HDZ BiH, Vizepräsident der 1991-1996 bestehenden, international nicht anerkannten, Kroatischen Republik Herceg-Bosna.

Lobnig, Josef; *9.12.1958; österreichischer Finanzbeamter und Politiker der FPÖ, früher FPK, FPÖ bzw. BZÖ; seit 1999 Abgeordneter zum Kärntner Landtag und seit März 2013 Dritter Landtagspräsident.

Maier-Kaibitsch, Alois, *20.5.1891, † 26.11.1958; Nationalsozialist, SS-Standartenführer, mehrere Funktionen in Kärnten zur Zeit des Nationalsozialismus, zentrale Figur der nationalsozialistischen antislowenischen Politik und Gewalt in Kärnten/Koroška.

Martinović, Nikica; *1912, †17.2.1975; Mitglied des PBV.

Mesić, Stjepan „Stipe“; *24.12.1934; Mitgründer der HDZ, wandte sich aber in den 1990er Jahren teilweise von ihr ab. Vom 18.2.2000-18.2.2010 Staatspräsident von Kroatien.

Mihanović, Nedjeljko, *16.2.1930; Mitglied der HDZ, von 1992-1999 Abgeordneter des kroatischen Parlaments, von 24.5.1994-28.11.1995 Präsident des kroatischen Parlaments.

Milošević, Slobodan, *20.8.1941, † 11.3.2006; serbischer Politiker; von 1989-2000 autokratischer Präsident der Sozialistischen Republik Serbien (1989-1990), Republik Serbien (1991-1997) und Bundesrepublik Jugoslawien (1997-2000).

Millonig, Agnes, *3.2.1884, † 1962; Lehrerin und Dichterin, Nationalsozialistin.

Mussi, Peter; Alter Herr der deutschnationalen Akademischen Sängerschaft Tauriska zu Klagenfurt.

Öllinger, Karl; *21.7.1951; österreichischer Politiker der Partei Die Grünen.

Pavelić, Ante, *14.7.1889, † 28.12.1959; Führer der Ustaša und Diktator des „Unabhängigen Staates Kroatiens“.

Perón, Juan, *8.10.1895, † 1.7.1974; General, autokratischer Präsident Argentiniens.

Petrić, Jakša, *1.6.1922, † 1993; von 10.5.1984-10.5.1985 Vorsitzender des Präsidiums der Sozialistischen Republik Kroatien.

Pius XII., *2.3 1876, † 9.10.1958; von 2.3 1939 bis zu seinem Tod Papst der römisch-katholischen Kirche.

Piplica, Miroslav, Vorsitzender der HDZ Österreich, der Vereinigung für Veteranen aus dem kroatien-Krieg im Ausland und der Kroatisch-Österreichischen Koordination für Kultur und Sport.

Puljić, Želimir; *7.3.1947; Erzbischof des römisch-katholischen Ezbistum von Zadar in Kroatien. 2015 setzte er sich für eine Legalisierung des Ustaša-Grußes “Za dom spremni” innerhalb des Militärs ein.

Račan, Ivica, *24.2.1944, † 29.4.2017; Politiker der SDP, von 2000-2003 Premierminister von Kroatien.

Radić, Stjepan, *11.6.1871, † 8.8.1928; Politiker und Anführer der „Kroatischen Bauernpartei“.

Rolf, Tomislav, *17.4.1899, † 19.5.1945; General des NDH, Ustaše.

Sanader, Ivo. *8.6.1953; kroatischer Politiker, Gesicht der „reformierten“ HDZ, von 2003-2009 Premierminister Kroatiens.

Šaric, Ivan, *22.9.1871, † 16.7.1960; Erzbischof von Sarajevo, Ustaše.

Sima, Hans, *4.6.1918, † 7.10.2006; Politiker der SPÖ, von 1965-1974 Landeshauptmann von Kärnten/Koroška.

Sobotka, Wolfgang, *5.1.1956; Politiker der ÖVP, von 21.4.2016-18.12.2017 Innenminister, seit dem 20.12.2017 Erster Präsident des Nationalrates.

Starčević, Ante; *23.5.1823, † 28.2.1896; kroatischer Nationalist, Politiker, Autor und Mitbegründer der Kroatischen Partei des Rechts. Er forderte ein Großkroatien und war Gegner einer jugoslawischen Idee. Er wird bis heute für sein Eintreten für den kroatischen Nationalstaat gefeiert

Stepinac, Alojzije, *8.5.1895, † 10.2.1960; von 1937-1960 Erzbischof von Zagreb, Unterstützer der Ustaša, 1998 seliggesprochen.

Sunić, Tomislav; *3.5.1953; kroatischer, US-amerikanischer Doppelstaatsbürger und ehemals in verschiedenen, kroatischen, diplomatischen Funktionen tätig (1993 bis 2001), Nationalist, Antisemit und aktiv innerhalb des neonazistischen white nationalist-Spektrums in den USA.

Tuđman, Franjo. *14.5.1922, † 10.12.1999; Politiker der HDZ, autokratischer Präsident Kroatiens von 1990-1999.

Tomac, Zdravko, *24.5.1937; Politiker der SDP.

Überfellner, Willi; Funktionär des Kärntner Abwehrkämpferbunds.

Vukojević, Vice, *6.9.1936; Politiker der HDZ, ehemaliger Abgeordneter im kroatischen Parlament, von 1999-2007 Verfassungsrichter.

Warren, Christopher, *27.10.1925, † 18.3.2011; Diplomat und Politiker, von 20.1.1993-1997 Außenminister der USA.