Section Header Become a donor of the Homeland War Museum in Split. What, how, and why donate?


What to donate?

  • Military uniforms or parts of uniforms from the Croatian Army; aggressor uniforms: Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA), Serbian Army of Krajina (SVK), Army of Republika Srpska (VRS), Yugoslav Army.
  • Military items (metal and cloth unit insignias, rank insignias, decorations and awards, plaques, medals, emblems, flags, military trophies, and similar).
  • Military equipment or parts of military equipment used during the Homeland War.
  • Audio and video materials from the Homeland War.
  • Photographs from the Homeland War.
  • Literature for the museum library (books on the topic of the Homeland War and military history).
  • Professional publications issued during the Homeland War.
  • Trophy and professionally disabled weapons from the Homeland War.
  • Everything related to the political, social, and cultural life during the Homeland War.


Do not donate!

  • Any combat ammunition, unexploded ordnance, bombs, weapons that are not disabled, or similar items.

If you are in possession of such items, please surrender them to the nearest police station!



If you wish to donate, contact us via email at or call us at 091/908-11-35, and we will arrange a meeting at the museum premises. After inspecting the items, we will write a DONATION CERTIFICATE. The donation certificate contains the following information: the donor's name, address, personal identification number (OIB), a list of donated items, and a statement that the donated items belong to the donor and are donated to the Homeland War Museum in Split without compensation. After filling in all the information, the donor keeps one copy of the certificate, and the Museum keeps two copies. Congratulations, you are now a donor of the Museum!



Supporting donations play a vital role in museums, serving as an important source for new exhibits. They not only enrich the museum's collections but also contribute to the cultural and cognitive enrichment of the entire community. It's of utmost importance to institutionally preserve artifacts that bear witness to specific times or events, such as in our case with the Homeland War, which marks the foundation of our statehood.

Here are some reasons why donations matter:
- Ensuring professional and proper protection and supervision.
- Providing suitable accommodation.
- Conducting professional processing and analysis.
- Making items available for research and study purposes to the academic community.
- Showcasing artifacts to the wider public.
- Elevating the item's status to a cultural asset.
- Guaranteeing the security of donated items.

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Ante Balić, Ivo Rakuljić ``Arafat,`` Damir Vladušić, Ćiro Ugrin, Slavko Rogić, Croatian Memorial and Documentation Center of the Homeland War, Srđan Šimac, Neven Katić, Ratomir Kliškić, Nada Matijaš, Đani Plevančić, Marko Skejo, Brodosplit, Winton Afrić, Ivica Bubić, Ivica Najev, Damir Krstičević, Pavao Gabrilo, Veterans’ Association of the 141st Croatian Army Brigade, Stanislav Ivančić, Luka Vujić, Mate Viduka, 9th Battalion of the Croatian Defence Forces Rafael Vitez Boban, Association of Parents of Fallen Homeland War Defenders of the City of Split, Radomir Đurđević, Boris Muše, Smiljana Miljan, Ljubo Kutleša, Dragan Mandić, Ivan Stošić, and Neda Palošek, Nenad Žure, Darijo Ugrin, Damir Radnić, Stanislav Vladušić, Jurica Žitko Forempoher, Hari Ninčević, Tomislav Lonić, War and Military History Museum Pakrac, Andrea Klanac, Gorki Tičinović, Association of Volunteers and Veterans of the Homeland War 112th Croatian Army Brigade Zadar, Dražen Pribilović, Ivan Pavičić, Mario Talajić, Dane Rendulić, Miroslav Vrkljan, Ivana Burić, Radoslav Juričev Sudac, Tonči Jelavić-Šako, Svemir Despotović, Ante Lozina, Jacques Nicolai, Danijel Kotlar, Zdravko Banovac, Ante Banić, Marica Kapetanović, Ratomir Vranješ, Eriden Birkić, Divulje Air Base, Ivo Hekman, Jure Šundov, Steven Haydock, Association of Croatian Volunteers of the 2nd Battalion 4th Croatian National Guard Brigade Sinj ``CRO ANGELS,`` Jozo Dadić, Silvije Marjanović.