List of Croatian Righteous Among the Nations

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This is the list of Croatian Righteous Among the Nations. 102 Croatians were honored with this title by the state of Israel for saving Jews during World War II.

  • Antunac, Ivan
  • Bartulović, Olga and Dragica (Split)
  • Bauer, Čedomir and Branko (Zagreb)
  • Bedrica, Mate
  • Belić, Jozefina
  • Belić-Peternel, Đurđa
  • Benčević, Antun and Mira
  • Beritić, Zina-Gertruda and Tihomil, (Zagreb)
  • Bjelajec, Ivana
  • Borić, Nevenka (posthumously)
  • Breskvar, Ivan
  • Buterin, Matej (Zadar)
  • Božić, Marko
  • Car, Marija and Karel
  • Carnelutti, Alfred, Vera and Mario (Zagreb)
  • Crndić, Anka (posthumously)
  • Čekada, Smiljan Franjo (Catholic bishop in Skopje)
  • Deletis, Ratimir
  • Djerek, Agata (posthumously)
  • Dolinar, Žarko and Boris
  • Eberhard, Josip and Rozika
  • Ercegović, Miho and Velimir (Zagreb)
  • Filipović, Krista and Marijan (Zagreb) - Author of Bobi i Rudi
  • Fuchs, Ruža
  • Fulgosi, Ante
  • Griner, Franjo and Lidija
  • Guina, Marija (Makarska)
  • Hocenski, Milica and Franjo (posthumously)
  • Horvat, Pavao (Karlovac) - he was the first Croatian Righteous Among the Nations in 1965
  • Janković, Stjepan - Catholic priest in the village of Lukač near Čakovec
  • Jesih, Dragutin - Catholic priest
  • Jurić, Andrija and Nikola (Pelješac)
  • Jurin, Cecilija and Karitas - Catholic nuns
  • Kalogjera, Ante (posthumously)
  • Kalogjera, Jakša
  • Kapetanović family
  • Kirec, Miroslav
  • Kovačević family (posthumously)
  • Kovačić, Hedviga and Vinko (posthumously)
  • Kraljević, Ada and Ivo
  • Krtić, Franjo
  • Kudlik, Bela and Katarina
  • Kumrić, Iva and Tomo
  • Lang, Ljubica (posthumously)
  • Lončar, Ankica (posthumously)
  • Lončar, Darko
  • Malčić, Juca
  • Milharčić-Vlahović, Lujza
  • Milošević, Ante
  • Milošević, Vid Andrija
  • Obradović, Olga and Ida
  • Oružec, Kata and Đuro
  • Oštrić, Anka (Zagreb)
  • Pavlović, Amadeja (posthumously) - Mother Superior of the Convent of the Sisters of the Holy Cross in Djakovo
  • Podolski, Štefanija
  • Poklepović, Andrija
  • Praschek, Bronislawa and Wladislaw
  • Pribilović, Josip
  • Radonić, Antica and Jakov
  • Roić, Boris
  • Roussal, Vera (aka Roušal)
  • Saračević, Elza, Feris, Sead and Emira - Sead Saračević was a journalist from Zagreb
  • Silobrčić, Mihovil
  • Sopianac, Franjo and Lela
  • Šiljeg, Pera and Stanko (Metković) (posthumously)
  • Štefan, Lujo and Ljubica
  • Taborski, Emanuel and Mandica
  • Till, Adam
  • Ujević, Mate - Lexicographer who compiled the Croatian Encyclopedia (1938-1945)
  • Vranetić, Ivan
  • Vuletić, Ante
  • Žagar, Ljuba or Ljubica

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