Patron Saint of Croatian military of WW2?

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lican
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Patron Saint of Croatian military of WW2?

Post by lican » 24 Sep 2017 20:52

Hi everybody.

Wondering what the patron saint of the Croatian military was in WW2? Was it St George or St Michael?

Thanks!

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Dr Eisvogel
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Re: Patron Saint of Croatian military of WW2?

Post by Dr Eisvogel » 27 Sep 2017 21:36

lican wrote:Hi everybody.

Wondering what the patron saint of the Croatian military was in WW2? Was it St George or St Michael?

Thanks!
Hi lican,

there is a strong possibility that Croatian military in WWII didn't have this question regulated.

If it did, then it was probably Saint George.

Best regards,
Eisvogel

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Re: Patron Saint of Croatian military of WW2?

Post by lican » 04 Oct 2017 17:43

Thanks for your reply.

Maybe the NDH didn't have the time to get this done?

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