Buenos Aires: Starjeinstvo Hrvatskog Domobrana Za Junu Ameriku, 1934. First Edition. Item #39273
1st Edition. Original Wrappers. 8vo. 32,  pages ; 25 cm. In Croatian. Title translates into English as, "A Memorial for the Third-Year of the "Croatian Domobrana" and the Discovery of the Flag." The Hrvatskog Domobrana, was a Buenos Aires Journal founded by Branimir Jelic in 1931. It was the Argentinian outlet of the organization by the same name which "advocated Croatia's independence from the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and later linked itself with the Ustashas." (Wikipedia, 2017) Includes photographs on the first page of both Ante Pavelic, the Nazi-supported fascist dictator who "pursued genocidal policies against ethnic and racial minorities such as Serbs, Jews, and Romani," (Wikipedia, 2017) before his rise to power, while he was a member of Parliament of Yugoslavia, as well as Vlatko Macek, then leader of the Croatian Peasant Party (HSS), who was refused the position of NDH Prime Minister when offered it by Nazi Germany and the Axis Powers. He was later sent to the Jasenovac concentration camp by Pavelic. 4 additional pages of photographs. OCLC lists no copies worldwide. Title page is torn with no text effected. Wrappers show some wear with tear along spine. Paper toning. Overall good+ condition. Very Rare. (HOLO2-135-78).