Croatian Fascist Ante Pavelic Bans Cyrilic Script Used by Orthodox Christians Hot

Croatian Fascist Ante Pavelic Bans Cyrilic Script Used by Orthodox Christians

Croatian Ustashi leader Ante Pavelic giving Nazi salute (far left) with Archbishop Alojzije Stepinac (far right) and other Catholic Church leaders

Under the leadership of fascist Ante Pavelic, the Catholic Ustashe movement in Croatia bans the use in Cyrilic script, used by Orthodox Christians, in all publications — public as well as private.

At this point the Ustashe refuse to recognize Orthodox Christianity as a legitimate faith for Croats and they brutally persecute Serbs who are predominantly Orthodox.

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