Why did the British Prime Minister Churchill force the Yugoslav King to make a speech on September 12th 1944? Why did the BBC praise the Partisans from 1943 onwards?
the Supreme Commander of the Yugoslav Army, King Peter II Karadjordjevich, via Radio London urged his army to put themselves under the command of the Communists
September 1944, the Yugoslav Army, known as the Chetniks, attacked the Germans and Ustashi in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, anticipating the arrival of the Western Allies
After the capitulation of Italy in September 1943, the Western allies decided to no longer supply the Chetniks, but to direct all their help to the Partisans.
Balkans 1943. All were convinced that, after landing in Italy, the Western allies would deploy to the Balkans. All were preparing an answer to that
1942. In Africa, there waged a decisive battle against Hitler’s best military leader, Marshal Erwin Rommel, whose shortest fuel supply route went through Serbia. The Yugoslav army (Chetniks) took part in the “Battle of supply”
Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1941. Sections of the Royal Yugoslav Army did not capitulate; they formed a resistance movement led by Colonel Draza Mihailovich, against the Axis powers
Kingdom of Yugoslavia spring 1941; the Italians invaded as allies of Hitler and the Croatian Fuhrer Ante Pavelich, collectively forming the largest and most brutal enemy of the Serbian people.
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