the photo: Ustashi are carrying the head of a Serbian
Orthodox priest; In the camp of Jasenovic and Stara Gradiska about 8000
Vatican carried out “Apostolic visits” of Zagreb, capital of Croatia since 1941 up to the end of the war. The relations between Vatican and the Ustashi were intimate.
In the photo: audience of the Ustashi Police special unit in Vatican in September 1943.
was never excommunicated for
murder of millions;
he died as the Catholic, whereas
Martin Luther was excommunicated for translating the Bible into German!!
the Catholic dictator of Spain who was accepted by Vatican in the knights of
Jesuits order, published the Pope's speech on account of Hitler's death in the
Madrid newspaper: "Adolf
Hitler, son of the Catholic Church, died while defending Christianity. It is
therefore understandable that words cannot be found to lament over his death,
when so many were found to exalt his life. Over his mortal remains stands his
victorious moral figure. With the palm of the martyr, God gives Hitler the
laurels of Victory." (“Reforme”,
July 21, 1945).
After the end of the war many of the Nazi and Ustashi military criminals were given a refuge inside Vatican. They were given the false documents and they were hidden in male and female monasteries. Many of them were secretly transported in Argentina under protection of the Catholic dictator Huan Peron. Ante Pavelich hid himself in Vatican as a Catholic priest and in 1947 he was transferred into Buenos Aires. The U.S. diplomatic service noted that Pavelich was met by a retinue of Catholic priests arriving in Buenos Aires. 307) Pope John XXIII pronounced his personal benediction on him on the day of his death in December 1959.
protected and organized the escape of such Nazi war criminals as Adolph
Reichmann, one of the most notorious mass murderers in history. Reichmann was
the head of the SS Department of Jewish Affairs and was in charge of the entire
Holocaust. Vatican organized the escapes of Jose Mengele, the Sadistic “Angel
of Death” of Auschwitz, and Klaus Barbie, France Gestapo Chief, known as the
"butcher of Lyon", Franz Stangle, the commander of the extermination
camp at Treblinka; and others.