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In some places, as in Prijedor district (Bosnia), as many as goo Serbs may have converted to the Lutheran faith in I94I, a fact which prompted the leadership of the Evangelical Church to ask the "3 HDA, MPB/OB, kutija Unnumbered letter, dated I5 July 1941. 3: 114 HDA, f. T. 204/42 ('Izvjestaj o politickom, gospodarskom i kulturnom zivotu'), 6 January I942. 115 HDA, DRP/VO, kutija I: BrOj2952/941 (OP Vrpolje),20 December I94I. , Broj 2412 (OP Cortanovci),I o December I 941. , Broj8159/1941 (KO Durdevac),i 7 November 1941.

BARANJA 2. ZAGORJE 3. PRIGOR3E 4. BILOGORA 5. POKUPJE 6. GORA 7. UVACI ZAPOUE 8. POSAVJE 9. VUKA 10. MODRUA 11. VINODOLI PODGORJE 12. LIKAI GACKA I PSAT 13. KRBAVA 14. SANAI LUKA 15. USORAI SOLI 16. PRIBIRI SIDROGA 17. PLIVAI RAMA I GLA? 18. LAUVA 19. VRHBOSNA 20. CETINA 21. HUM 22. DUBRAVA - HERZEGOVINA \ ( ) s ~~~~~Montenegro DUBROVNIK OSLJEK VARA2DIN ZAGREB BJELOVAR KARLOVAC PETRINJA NOVAGRADISKA SL. BROD VUKOVAR OGULIN SENJ GOSPIt BIHAC BANJALUCA TUZLA KNIN JAJCE TRAVNIK SARAJEVO OMIt MOSTAR DUBROVNIK FIGUREI: Independent state of Croatia, 1941-45 I I6 RELIGION AND NATION IN WARTIME CROATIA 8 elovar!

Godine', in I94I. U istorij narodaBosne i Hercegovine,pp. 275-82, and Enver Redzic, MuslimanskoautonomaRtvo i I3. SS Bosnei Hercegovine i HitlerovTreliRajh, Sarajevo, I987, pp. I6-20. diviz4a:Autonom#ja 131 ZborniklNOR, IV, 2, Doc. I93, p. 541. 132 Kvaternik, Sjecanja i zapazfanja, p. 285. 133 The text of Pavelics speech can be found in 'Velike smjernice hrvatske drzavne politike', Hrvatskinarod,i March 1942, p. 3. For the standard interpretation that this speech presaged a policy shift for the regime, see Jelic-Butic, UstageiNDH, p.

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