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LCC: DR1591 .U86 2015 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 940.53/4972 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2015026524
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Table Of Contents
Introduction: utopia, terror, and everyday experience in the Ustasha State / Rory Yeomans
Part I. Terror as everyday experience, economic system, and social practice
Anti-Semitism and economic regeneration: the Ustasha regime and the nationalization of Jewish property and business in Sarajevo / Dallas Michelbacher
Ordinary people, extraordinary times: everyday life in Karlovac under Ustasha rule / Filip Erdeljac
The engine room of a new Ustasha consciousness: cinema, terror, and ideological refashioning / Rory Yeomans
Honor, shame, and warrior values: the anthropology of Ustasha violence / Radu Harald Dinu
Part II. Incarnating a new religion, national values, and youth
Apostles, saints? Days, and mass mobilization: the sacralization of politics in the Ustasha State / Stipe Kljai
Between the racial state and the Christian rampart: Ustasha ideology, Catholic values, and national purification / Irina Ognyanova
Envisioning the "other" east: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Muslims, and modernization in the Ustasha State / Nada Kisi-Kolanovi
"To be eternally young means to be an Ustasha": youth organizations as incubators of a new youth and new future / Goran Miljan
Part III. Terror, utopia, and the Ustasha State in comparative perspective
Forging brotherhood and unity: war propaganda and transitional justice in Yugoslavia, 1941-48 / Tomislav Duli
Recontextualizing the Fascist precedent: the Ustasha movement and the transnational dynamics of interwar Fascism / Aristotle Kallis
Epilogue: ordinary people between the national community and everyday terror / Rory Yeomans.
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