APA 6th Edition Šadek, V. (2012). Logor Janka-puszta i razvoj ustaške organizacije u Podravini do 1934.. Podravina, 11 (21), 47-56. Retrieved from https://hrcak.srce.hr/86081
MLA 8th Edition Šadek, Vladimir. "Logor Janka-puszta i razvoj ustaške organizacije u Podravini do 1934.." Podravina, vol. 11, no. 21, 2012, pp. 47-56. https://hrcak.srce.hr/86081. Accessed 12 Jul. 2020.
Chicago 17th Edition Šadek, Vladimir. "Logor Janka-puszta i razvoj ustaške organizacije u Podravini do 1934.." Podravina 11, no. 21 (2012): 47-56. https://hrcak.srce.hr/86081
Harvard Šadek, V. (2012). 'Logor Janka-puszta i razvoj ustaške organizacije u Podravini do 1934.', Podravina, 11(21), pp. 47-56. Available at: https://hrcak.srce.hr/86081 (Accessed 12 July 2020)
Vancouver Šadek V. Logor Janka-puszta i razvoj ustaške organizacije u Podravini do 1934.. Podravina [Internet]. 2012 [cited 2020 July 12];11(21):47-56. Available from: https://hrcak.srce.hr/86081
IEEE V. Šadek, "Logor Janka-puszta i razvoj ustaške organizacije u Podravini do 1934.", Podravina, vol.11, no. 21, pp. 47-56, 2012. [Online]. Available: https://hrcak.srce.hr/86081. [Accessed: 12 July 2020]
Abstracts During the King Alexander's dictatorship, Podravina region saw the establishment of one of the most significant local units of Ustashe illegal movement. They head a great help in local land owners with lands in Croatia and neighboring Hungary. Unsuspected, they were crossing the state border on daily basis, to tend to their lands in Hungary. Ustashe made a military camp in the nearby Nagykanizsa plain, called Jankapuszta. There, they conducted military training and planned terrorist diversions in Yugoslavia. Ustashe core movement from Jankapuszta helped develop and branch out an Ustashe network of cells in Podravina, particularly in Đelekovec (prior to Jankapuzsta military camp, Ustashe had been particularly active in and around Ferdinandovec). After their Velebit Uprising in 1932, Podravina became Ustashe's most important terrorist stronghold in Yugoslavia.
In Podravina, Ustashe cells collapsed after a Jankapuszta Ustashe member, Stjepan Petrović from Hlebine, surrendered and betrayed the organization. This resulted in numerous arrests and imprisonment of a number of Podravina people. In 1934, three members of Jankapuszta camp (two of them, Mijo Kralj and Ivan Raić, from Podravina themselves) were later involved in assassination of King Alexander in Marseilles.