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Hrvatski Domobran
Hrvatski Domobran
(Croatian Home Defenders) was a Croat political organization that advocated independence for Croatia
Croatia
from Yugoslavia, and became associated with the Ustaše.[1] It was founded in 1928 and took part in demonstrations in Zagreb in which it engaged in violent battles with police.[2] After being shut down and forced to flee with the establishment of royal dictatorship in Yugoslavia, it was refounded as an émigré organization in 1933 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.[3] A section was established in the United States
United States
to raise support for the Ustaše.[4] References[edit]

^ Peter Kivisto. The Ethnic enigma: the salience of ethnicity for European-origin groups. Cranbury, New Jersey, US; London, England, UK; Mississauga, Ontario, Canada: Associated University Presses, 1989. pp. 107. ^ Sabrina P. Ramet. The three Yugoslavias: state-building and legitimation, 1918-2005. Bloomington, Indiana, US: Indiana University Press, 2006. pp. 82. ^ Ivan Čizmić, Ivan Miletić, George J. Prpic. From the Adriatic to Lake Erie: a history of Croatians in Greater Cleveland. American Croatian Lodge, Inc. "Cardinal Stepinac", 2000. pp. 427. ^ Peter Kivisto. The Ethnic enigma: the salience of ethnicity for European-origin groups. Cranbury, New Jersey, US; London, England, UK; Mississauga, Ontario, Canada: Associated University Presses, 1989. pp. 107.

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