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zagreb29 wrote:Yeah, I don't know either for sure about "Suomi" being used by Croatian soldiers. But if I do run into a photo of an Croatian soldier holding a sub-gun with a drum-magazine I'll be posting it and asking questions again. (Just like this Uniform mystery.)
Thanks for the tip. I Googled the Ustasha officer's name. Was hoping to find the photo with holding a Suomi like you described. But there was none I could see. Is that book even availabe in the U.S. ?
I added a picture of Vjekoslav Vrančić. Found an bio on him through Wikipedia. Interesting history this man have.
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