Counties of the Independent State of Croatia

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The great counties or grand governorates (Croatian: velika župa, pl. velike župe, German: Großgespanschaft[1][2]) were the primary territorial subdivisions of the Independent State of Croatia. In 1941-1943, there were twenty-two of them, with the capital city of Zagreb serving as the twenty-third.

1941-1943
1943-1944
County Capital
Baranja Osijek
Bilogora Bjelovar
Bribir and Sidraga Knin
Cetina Omiš
Dubrava Dubrovnik
Gora Petrinja
Hum Mostar
Krbava - Psat Bihać
Lašva and Glaž Travnik
Lika and Gacka Gospić
Livac and Zapolje Nova Gradiška
Modruš Ogulin
Pliva and Rama Jajce
Pokupje Karlovac
Posavje Slavonski Brod
Prigorje Zagreb
Sana and Luka Banja Luka
Usora and Soli Tuzla
Vinodol and Podgorje Senj
Vrhbosna Sarajevo
Vuka Vukovar
Zagorje Varaždin
City of Zagreb Zagreb

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sattler 1943, p. 80
  2. ^ Sundhaussen 1983, pp. 100–104