Monday, January 11, 2010

UDBA


Uprava državne bezbednosti/sigurnosti/varnosti or UDBA (Serbian Cyrillic: Управа државне безбедности, УДБА; literally: State Security Administration) was the secret police organization of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. It is alleged that the UDBA was responsible for the eliminations of dozens of enemies of the state within Yugoslavia and internationally (estimates about 200 eliminations and kidnappings). Eliminations vary from those of notorious war criminals (e.g. Vjekoslav (Maks) Luburić and Ante Pavelić) in Spain and Argentina to those of the Croatian emigrant and secessionist Bruno Bušić on October 16, 1978 in Paris.

Eliminations [3]

Year Country Assassinated
1946 Italy Ivo Protulipac

Italy Andrej Uršič
1948 Austria Ilija Abramović
1960 Argentina Dinka Domančinović
1962 Argentina Rudolf Kantonci
1966 Canada Mate Miličević
1967 Germany West Germany Joze Jelić, Mile Jelić, Vlado Murat, Anđelko Pernar, Marijan Šimundić, Petar Tominac
1968 Austria Josip Krtalić

Australia Pero Čović

France Nedjeljko Mrkonjić

Italy Ante Znaor

Germany West Germany Đuro Kokić, Vid Maričić, Mile Rukavina, Krešimir Tolj, Hrvoje Ursa
1969 Germany West Germany Mirko Čurić, Nahid Kulenović

Flag of Spain 1945 1977.svg Spain Vjekoslav (Maks) Luburić
1971 Argentina Ivo Bogdan

United Kingdom Maksim Krstulović

Germany West Germany Mirko Šimić

Sweden Mijo Lijić
1972 Italy Rosemarie Bahorić, Stjepan Ševo, Tatjana Ševo

Germany West Germany Ivan Mihalić, Josip Senić
1973 Germany West Germany Josip Buljan-Mikulić
1974 Germany West Germany Mate Jozak
1975 Austria Nikola Martinović

Belgium Matko Bradarić

Denmark Vinko Eljuga

Germany West Germany Ivica Miošević, Nikola Penava, Ilija Vučić

Sweden Stipe Mikulić
1976 France Ivan Tuksor
1977 South Africa South Africa Jozo Oreč

Germany West Germany Ivan Vučić
1978 France Bruno Bušić

United States Križan Brkić
1979 Canada Cvitko Cicvarić, Goran Šećer

United States Marijan Rudela, Zvonko Štimac
1980 Germany West Germany Mirko Desker, Nikola Miličević
1981 France Mate Kolić

Germany West Germany Petar Bilandžić, Ivo Furlić, Ivan Jurišić, Mladen Jurišić, Ante Kostić,Jusuf Gervalla, Bardhosh Gervalla,Kadri Zeka

Switzerland Stanko Nižić
1983 Germany West Germany Stjepan Đureković, Franjo Mikulić, Đuro Zagajski, Milan Župan
1984 Germany West Germany Slavko Logarić
1984 Austria Tomislav Katalenic
1986 United States Franjo Mašić
1987 Canada Damir Đureković

Germany West Germany Ivan Hlevnjak
1989 Germany West Germany Ante Đapić



arkan got his start workin for them, ironically enough killing serbian nationalists...how things change:)