Religious processions and celebrations in Marija Bistrica in Croatia. A group of people walk uphill in a village. The crowd includes a local priest, nuns and the villagers. The gathering reaches the destination and kneels before a cross. A large crowd gathered outside a church in Marija Bistrica in Croatia. Large sculptures outside the church. People light candles and pray. The church bells toll. A long line of devotees wait outside.
A busy street with pedestrians outside shops. Head of the Independent State of Croatia Ante Pavelic greets Croatian soldiers in a room. He decorates the troops. Ante Pavelic rides at the head of a parade on the streets. Officers on horses and soldiers on foot in the parade. The gathered crowd cheers and applauds the troops. Mobile artillery in the parade.
Nazi Croatian leader Ante Pavelic reviews troops in Croatia during World War II. Ante Pavelic receives flowers from a child. He reviews troops, watches Black Legion recruits march on Nazi missions and talks with onlookers.
Croatia during World War II. Priests and choir boys parade in an All Saints' Day procession. Civilians participate in the celebration. The procession heads towards a graveyard. People bring flowers to the graves of relatives. Women and soldiers lay flowers on graves. War memorials and sculptures in the graveyard. Budapest: The graves of Croatian members of the Ustascha movement against Bolshevism are decorated. A priest addresses a crowd during the ceremony. Hungarian soldiers march in honor of the deceased. Officers and priests attend the ceremony. War memorials and statues in the graveyard. People pay tribute to the deceased. They lay flowers on relatives' graves. People light candles and pray.
German Army units parade in Zagreb, Croatia. They parade in commemoration of 'Croatian independence'. Officials discuss amongst themselves. Buildings along the sides of a street. Cars passing on the street. People gather to watch the parade. Soldiers march.
Gabriele D'Annunzio and his contingent of Italian military volunteers occupy Fiume, Croatia, in the name of Italy, as the Austro-Hungarian empire ends following World War I. D'Annunzio speaks to the troops. Soldiers gather on a street near dock. Crowd on the street raises hats and carry officers on their shoulders. D'Annunzio shakes hand with soldiers, as he makes his way through the crowd, and sits with a group of volunteers..