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.
White Russian Cossack Cavalry on horseback ride along a street of Ban Jelačić Square, in Zagreb, Croatia, during World War 2. German military personnel watching them parade. German Cavalry officer, Lieutenant General Helmuth von Pannwitz, in fur hat, salutes the Cossacks as he stands next to Field Marshal Paul Ludwig von Kleist. Lined up Cossacks are decorated by Field Marshal Von Kleist. After decoration Cossacks ride past and demonstrate the charge with sabres drawn.
Conflict in Yugoslavia during World War II. Officials of Axis Powers confer, including German officers and Ante Pavelic,head of the Nazi puppet Croatia. Milan Nedic, prime minister of Nazi puppet Serbia, is the center of attention on several occasions. Soldiers lined up. A pistol, knife and a hand grenade arranged on a table cloth. Italian soldier throws hand grenade. Smoke rises from a street in Yugoslavia. Corpse lying on ground. Nazi-backed Prime Minister of Serbia, Milan Nedic, shakes hands with German officers. German troops seek cover from partisan resistance artillery. Yugoslav partisans, on hill, fire machine guns at Axis trucks moving along a road below them. Occupants abandon the vehicles and jump into ditches at side of road. Partisans organize with primitive weapons and head into hills. Partisan women kiss their homes goodbye and evacuate with their families into the hills. Yugoslav partisans climb into highlands carrying small arms. A German armored train moves along a rail line, firing heavy machine guns at partisans, who wait in hills, ready to detonate explosives. They destroy bridge as train crosses. View of destroyed locomotive.
Anti-German Partisan resistance in Nazi occupied areas of Yugoslavia during World War II. Partisans martial their forces in the wooded hills. Partisans fire guns at Italians in a ravine. Dead Italian soldiers. An Axis convoy of trucks under attack by partisans in hills above. Axis troops patrol in a Yugoslav village backyard. A poster offering an award for capture of Partisan leader. Pictures show hanging of Yugoslav Partisans and their execution by Nazis firing squads. Yugoslav Partisans receive arms on a mountainside. Contingent of uniformed Partisans (including several women) march with arms. Partisans setting up explosives. Detonated explosives. Partisans charge from hilltops. Dead enemy soldiers. Partisans returning to their villages from the hills. More war dead. Uniformed partisans march into a village. Partisans firing field artillery at German positions. Adolf Hitler shakes hands with Ante Pavelic,
head of Croatia. Germans launch an offensive against partisans, whose families flee further into the mountainous and forested regions of the country.