Ante Moskov (Moškov)
( 1911 - 1947? )
Ante Moskov was born on 7 July 1911 in Spiljarima (Špiljarima), near Kotor, in Boka Kotorska (part of Austro-Hungarian monarchy at that time).
After completing teachers school in Kotor, studies Psychology at Faculty of Philosophy, University in Zagreb. Before graduating he emigrate to Italy in 1933 and as ustasha was moved to Borgo Val di Taro camp.
Next years until the war, Ante Moskov spent in different camps in Italy during which he went went through military training which was carried out on training grounds of Italian army.
He escorted poglavnik Ante Pavelic during his visit to Adolf Hitler in Bergdorf in June 1941.
In 1945, Moskov was given task for final defense of capital Zagreb and after decision of withdrawal he organized evacuation of dr. Vladko Maček who was kept under house arrest by ustashe.
After short stay in Italy at the end of 1945, Moskov returned to Croatia via Hungary to check rumors about anti-communist guerrilla 'crusaders'. Disappointed he returned to Italy, were in October 1946 in Venice was arrested by British Military authorities and extradited him to Yugoslavia.
- June 1941 - Captain
Croatian Armed Forces (HOS)
- honorary title knight (vitez)
- commander of 4th Company
- June 1941 - commander of Ustasha Preparatory Battalion
- commander of Poglavnik Bodyguard Battalion
- Summer 1942 - commander of Poglavnik Bodyguard Brigade
- October 1942 - commander of 1st Croatian Assault Division
- January 1945 - commander of Poglavnik Bodyguard Corps
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