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Banovina of Croatia
Banovina Hrvatska
Бановина Хрватска
Banovina of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia
1939–1941
Flag of Banovina of Croatia
Flag
Coat of arms of Banovina of Croatia
Coat of arms

Banovina of Croatia (red) within Kingdom of Yugoslavia
(light yellow)
CapitalZagreb
Area
 • Coordinates45°49′N 15°59′E / 45.817°N 15.983°E / 45.817; 15.983
Government
 • TypeBanate
Ban 
• 1939–1941
Ivan Šubašić
LegislatureParliament
Historical eraInterwar period
World War II
• Cvetković–Maček Agreement
24 August 1939
• Axis invasion of Yugoslavia
6 April 1941
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Banovina of Croatia Sava Banovina
Banovina of Croatia Littoral Banovina
Banovina of Croatia Zeta Banovina
Banovina of Croatia Danube Banovina
Banovina of Croatia Drina Banovina
Independent State of Croatia Banovina of Croatia
Fascist Italy Banovina of Croatia
Today part ofCroatia
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Serbia
Slovenia

The Banovina of Croatia or Banate of Croatia (Serbo-Croatian: Banovina Hrvatska, Бановина Хрватска) was an administrative subdivision (banovina) of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia between 1939 and 1941. It was formed by a merger of Sava and Littoral banovinas into a single autonomous entity, with small parts of the Drina, Zeta, Vrbas and Danube banovinas also included. Its capital was Zagreb and it included most of present-day Croatia along with portions of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. Its sole Ban during this period was Ivan Šubašić.

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