The Iljko Karaman Collection is an archival collection established in 1949 by the Zagreb Deputy Public Prosecutor, Iljko Karaman (1922-2010), who deposited the collection at the Croatian State Archives in 1992. The collection includes unique material related to state censorship practices in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, the Independent State of Croatia, the People’s Republic of Croatia and the latter Socialist Republic of Croatia until the 1980s.
- Zagreb Trg Marka Marulića 21, Croatia 10000
Date of founding:
- List of Books and Newspapers Which Were to Be Urgently Prohibited and Prevented from Further Distribution, ca 1946. Manuscript
- List of Forbidden Books and Newspapers, 1946. Manuscript
- Poster with an invitation for a students' general strike at the University of Zagreb, 1971. Publication
- The indictment against four girls for printing and distributing anti-Bolshevik leaflets, 1945. Manuscript
Ivan Medek (1925-2010) was a prominent Czech music publicist, a signatory of Charter 77 and a founding member of VONS. In 1978 he went into exile, where he founded the Press Service and worked with Voice of America and Radio Free Europe. This collection contains unique documents from his exile activity.