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The Croatian Devil's Division
The 42. Home Guard Infantry Division, also known as the Devil’s Division was Croatian war unit of the Zagreb 13th Corpus of the Austro-Hungarian Army.  This infantry division was formed at the beginning of July 1914 when the Austro-Hungarian government declared a total mobilization after Franz Ferdinand's assassination on Vidovdan in Sarajevo.      

Croatian Criminal in Bosnia and Herzegovina Jadranko Prlić
adranko Prlić (1959) is a former paramilitary and civilian high-ranking official of the Croatian parastate in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the first half of the 1990s. He was the supreme commander of all Croatian paramilitary forces in BiH, the so-called Croatian Defense Council (HVO).      

Croatian crminal in Herzegovina Mladen Naletilić (1946-2021)
Mladen Naletilić (1946) aka Tuta is a former Croatian emigrant and convicted war criminal in the early 1990s when he was the commander of a Croatian paramilitary unit, with which he left bloody traces in Herzegovina on Serbs and the Muslim population.      

Albanian war criminal Aćif Hadziahmetović (1887-1945)
Aćif Hadziahmetović (1887-1945) was an Albanian politician, emigrant, and war criminal loyal to Wehrmacht fighters during World War II.      

The Croatian criminal and general Janko Bobetko (1919-2003)
Janko Bobetko (1919-2003) is a former senior officer of the Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA) and later Chief of Staff of the Croatian Army during the wars in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s when his units committed horrific crimes against Serbs, not only in SR Croatia but also in the territory of SR Bosnia and Herzegovina.       

The Slovenian criminal Janez Janša - (1958.)
Janez Janša (1958) is a Slovenian politician and former so-called Minister of Defense (1990-1994) involved in arms smuggling in the Balkans in the early 1990s.       

The Albanian criminal Shaban Kastrati "Poluza" (1871-1945)
Shaban Kastrati (1871-1945) was an Albanian humbug, a brawler, a robber, a local bully, and a drunkard. His nickname was Shaban Poluža and was the leader of many atrocities, ie. genocide against Serbs and other non-Albanians in the area of Metohija.      

The German criminal Helmut Kohl (1930-2017)
Helmut Kohl (1930-2017) was a German historian, politician, and chancellor with the longest tenure in that position (as many as four terms). He led the German state in the last two decades of the 20th century, with a total of 195 months of rule.      

The Croatian criminal Operation "Otkos" - Bilogora 1991
The criminal operation of Croatian paramilitaries named “Otkos” was conducted in the area of Grubišno Polje and Eastern Bilogora with the outbreak of the 1990s war and disbandment of the Socialistic Federal State of Yugoslavia.       

The Muslim war criminal Naser Orić - Bosnia 1992
Naser Orić (1967) was the commander of the so-called Muslim units of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the territory of Srebrenica during the Bosnian Herzegovinian war in the early 1990s.      

The Croatian criminal and fascistic leader Ante Pavelić
Ante Pavelić (1889-1959) was a Croatian clerical-fascist politician, founder, and leader of the extreme right-wing Ustasha movement.      

The Croatian criminal Ivan Vekić
Ivan Vekić (1938-2014) was the Croatian Minister of the Interior (Police) from the early 1990s when wars were fought in the former Yugoslavia and the country was broken up.      

The Muslim criminal Ejup Ganić - Bosnia 1992
Ejup Ganić (1946) is a Muslim publicist and professor. He was an active participant in political life in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the last decade of the 20th century, when wars were being fought in the former Yugoslavia.      

The Muslim criminal Haris Silajdžić- Bosnia 1992
Haris Silajdžić (1945) is a former Muslim politician who was a high-ranking official of the militant party SDA in the 1920s when wars were being fought in the former Yugoslavia.