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FTR #49 Ustachi, ABN, WACL and the Shooting of the Pope

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This program analyzes the pivotal role played in the former World Anti Communist League by the Ustachi, the brutal Croatian fascists allied with Hitler during World War II. The Ustachi formed a central element in the Anti Bolshevik Bloc of Nations, an organization descended from Hitler’s “Committee of Subjugated Nations” and one of the main elements of the WACL The broadcast highlights the role of the Ustachi in attempting to establish April 10 (the anniversary of the Nazi invasion of Yugoslavia during World War II) as a Croatian-American holiday. The broadcast also discusses the involvement of elements of the ABN and WACL in the plot to shoot Pope John Paul II. (Recorded in the fall of 1995.)


One comment for “FTR #49 Ustachi, ABN, WACL and the Shooting of the Pope”

  1. Apparently April 10,2012 was the day Croation Observers were able to join European Parlimen.

    From New Europe Online April 10, 2012


    From dalje.com April 10, 2012


    Not happy about this myself but much respect to Mr. Emory for his forsight and insight for decades. This broadcast is only too relavent to the world situation today.

    Posted by GK | April 10, 2012, 9:44 pm

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