The retrospective history of Croatia

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The Case of Archbishop Stepinac
Published by the Embassy of the Federal Peoples Republic of Yugoslavia, Washington, 1947. This document assembling facts in the case of Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac of Yugoslavia has been prepared because the arrest and trial of the Archbishop are still being used in the United States in a campaign of misrepresentation against the Federal Peoples Republic of Yugoslavia.(156 kB)
Three NY Times articles that were a partial exception to the rule
By Jared Israel and Andy Wilcoxson, Emperor's Clothes, 16 August 2004. By and large, the media has an abysmal record (not) reporting the facts about the Croatian secession from Yugoslavia and the renewed Croat war against Serbian civilians. There are a few partial exceptions. One here reproduced in part and two others are linked.
Redesigning Croatian history
By Ivica Ðikic, AIM, Zabreb, 17 October 1999. The records of reported deaths are taken to Zagreb to the headquarters of the Committee for Identification of War and Postwar Victims, the so called Vukojevic's Committee. There they will be used as a resource for the redesigning of the Croatian past. The whole operation is by the central Zagreb cabinet—in Pantovcak's palace, 25 parliamentary members and 40 academic and other respectable public figures. Furthermore, this plain Ustasha's propaganda is richly sponsored by Croatian tax-payers.