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Partisans (Yugoslavia)
ChetniksAxis powers:  Nazi
Nazi
Germany  Italy  Hungary  Bulgaria (1941–44)  Independent State of Croatia Albania (1943–44) Axis puppet governments or protectorates: Government of National Salvation Italian governorate of Montenegro Albania (1941–43) Other Axis factions: Russian Protective Corps Slovene Home Guard Balli Kombëtar Sandžak
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World War II In Yugoslavia
Allied victoryDefeat of Nazi Germany
Nazi Germany
in the Balkans Defeat and overthrow of Independent State of Croatia, Government of National Salvation, Chetniks, and other Axis collaborators Communist Partisans abolish of monarchy and establish a communist government Establishment of Democratic Federal YugoslaviaBelligerentsApril 1941:  Germany  Italy  Hungary April 1941:  Yugoslavia  1941–43:  Germany  Italy  NDHa VNSa CGa  Hungary  Bulga
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Resistance During World War II
Resistance movements during World War II
World War II
occurred in every occupied country by a variety of means, ranging from non-cooperation, disinformation and propaganda, to hiding crashed pilots and even to outright warfare and the recapturing of towns
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Albanian Kingdom (1939–43)
The Albanian Kingdom (Gheg Albanian: Mbretnija Shqiptare, Standard Albanian: Mbretëria Shqiptare, Italian: Regno albanese), also known as Greater Albania,[1][2] existed as a protectorate of the Kingdom of Italy. It was practically a union between Italy and Albania, officially led by Italy's King Victor Emmanuel III and its government: Albania
Albania
was led by Italian governors, after being militarily occupied by Italy, from 1939 until 1943
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Russian Protective Corps
World War II
World War II
in Yugoslavia: Belgrade
Belgrade
Offensive Operation LawineCommandersNotable commanders Mikhail Skorodumov Boris Shteifon † Anatoly RogozhinThe Russian Protective Corps
Russian Protective Corps
(German: Russisches Schutzkorps, Russian: Русский охранный корпус, Serbian: Руски заштитни корпус) was an armed force composed of anti-communist White Russian émigrés that was raised in the German occupied territory of Serbia during World War II. Commanded for almost its whole existence by Lieutenant General Boris Shteifon, it served primarily as a guard force for factories and mines between late 1941 and early 1944, initially as the "Separate Russian Corps" then Russian Factory Protective Group
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Balli Kombëtar
 Italy (1942-1943) ChetniksAllies of World War II Albanian Partisans Yugoslav Partisans EDESBattles and wars World War II
World War II
in Yugoslavia World War II
World War II
in Yugoslav Macedonia Albanian Resistance of World War II<
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Sandžak Muslim Militia
8,000–12,000 (April 1943)2,000 (standing forces) Unknown (local auxiliary forces)Engagements World War II
World War II
in YugoslaviaUprising in Montenegro Battle for Novi Pazar Battle of Sjenica Third Enemy Offensive Bukovica massacre Operation Rübezahl[1]Commanders Brodarevo
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Battle Of Neretva
Strength90,000 men 12 air squadrons12,000–15,000 ChetniksUnknown (about 20,000 men)Casualties and lossesGerman casualties: 514–583 killed, 1,214–1,642 wounded, 145–158 missing[1][2] Italian casualties: 1,605 killed, 983 captured[2] Croatian casualties: 126 killed, 258 wounded, 218 missing[2]Chetnik casualties: 2,000–3,000[2]Total Axis casualties: 7,000–8,600 11,915–12,000 killed, 616 executed, 2,099–2,506 captured (German claim)[1][3] 10,000 killed, wounded and missing and 2,000 captured (Yugoslav claim)[2]3,370 civilians killed and 1,722 deported to concentration camps[4]v t e World War II
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Battle Of Sutjeska
InconclusiveAxis failure despite heavy Partisan casualtiesBelligerentsAxis:  Italy  Germany  Independent State of Croatia  Bulgaria[1][2][3] Allies: PartisansCommanders and leaders Alexander Löhr Rudolf Lüters Josip Broz TitoStrength127,000 men 300+ aircraft 22,148 menCasualties and lossesGerman casualties: 583 killed, 1,760 wounded, 425 missing[4][5] Italian casualties: 290 killed, 541 wounded, 1,502 missing[6] Croatian casualties: 40 killed, 166 wounded, 205 missing[4][5] Total Axis casualties: 913 killed, 2,467 wounded, 2,132 missing[4][6] 2/3 killed and wounded[7] (6,391[7]–7,543[8][9] killed)2,537 pro-Partisan civilian sympathizers executed[10][11]v t eWorld War II in YugoslaviaAxis invasion June 1941 uprising in eastern Herzegovina Uprising in SerbiaLoznica Banja KoviljačaUzice (1st Offensive) Novi Pazar Mihailovic SjenicaUprising in Monteneg
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Raid On Drvar
Axis (and collaborationist forces): Germany  Independent State of Croatia ChetniksAllies: Partisans Balkan Air ForceCommanders and leaders Lothar Rendulic Ernst von Leyser Otto Kumm Eduard Aldrian Kurt Rybka Josip Broz Tito Koča Popović Slavko Rodić Vlado ĆetkovićStrengthc. 20,000 German and NDH troops c
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Belgrade Offensive
Soviets: 4,350 dead or missing 14,488 wounded or sick 18,838 overall[2] Yugoslavs: 2,953 dead (assault on Belgrade
Belgrade
only)[3] 45,000[citation needed]v t e World War II
World War II
in YugoslaviaAxis invasion Ju
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Syrmian Front
The Syrmian Front
Syrmian Front
(Serbo-Croatian: Sremski front, Сремски фронт) was an Axis line of defense during World War II. It was established as part of the Eastern Front in late October 1944 in Syrmia
Syrmia
and east Slavonia, northwest of Belgrade. After the Yugoslav Partisans
Yugoslav Partisans
and the Red Army
Red Army
expelled the Germans from Belgrade
Belgrade
in the Belgrade
Belgrade
Offensive, the retreating Wehrmacht
Wehrmacht
and the Croatian Armed Forces used fortifications to protect the withdrawal of German Army Group E from the Balkans
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Polish Resistance Movement In World War II
Polish victoryDefeat of Nazi
Nazi
Germany Restoration of Polish statehood after occupation Sovietization of Poland, imposition of a Communist
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Novi Sad
Novi Sad
Novi Sad
(Serbian Cyrillic: Нови Сад, pronounced [nôʋiː sâːd] ( listen); Hungarian: Újvidék [ˈuːjvideːk]; Slovak: Nový Sad [ˈnoʋiː ˈsat]; see below for other names) is the second largest city of Serbia, the capital of the autonomous province of Vojvodina
Vojvodina
and the administrative center of the South Bačka District. It is located in the southern part of the Pannonian Plain, on the border of the Bačka
Bačka
and Srem
Srem
geographical regions, on the banks of the Danube
Danube
river, facing the northern slopes of Fruška Gora mountain. According to the 2011 census[update], the city has a population of 250,439,[2] while the urban area of Novi Sad
Novi Sad
(with the adjacent urban settlements of Petrovaradin
Petrovaradin
and Sremska Kamenica) has 277,522 inhabitants
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World War II
Allied victoryCollapse of Nazi Germany Fall of Japanese and Italian Empires Dissolution of the League of Nations Creation of the United Nations Emergence of the United States
United States
and the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
as superpowers Beginning of the Cold War
Cold War
(more...)ParticipantsAllied Powers Axis PowersCommanders and leadersMain Allied leaders Joseph Stalin Franklin D
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Unitary National Liberation Front
The Unitary National Liberation Front (Serbo-Croatian: Jedinstveni narodnooslobodilački front, JNOF) or simply the National Liberation Front (sometimes referred to as the People's Liberation Front), was a World War II
World War II
political organization and Anti-fascism
Anti-fascism
movement during World War II
World War II
in Yugoslavia. It was headed by the Communist Party of Yugoslavia
Communist Party of Yugoslavia
(KPJ), and united all political parties and individuals of the republican, federalist, and left-wing political spectrum in the occupied Kingdom of Yugoslavia. The Front served as political backing to the Yugoslav Resistance movement, known as the Yugoslav Partisans. In 1945 with Partisans winning the war, the Unitary People's Liberation Front was reorganized and renamed the National Front (Narodni Front, NOF)
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