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« Reply #75 on: Nov 05, 2019, 04:59:36 pm »
 

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After the capture of Pozega, communist guerrillas also occupied another town - Cacak.

In a fierce battle between Partisans and Chetniks, Royalist Commander Cap. Jovan Deroko (29!) was killed.





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« Reply #76 on: Nov 08, 2019, 09:03:35 am »
 

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11/8 1941.  Uzice, Serbia

Only Serbs ( in 2 guerrilla front !) fight and die in the fight for the liberation of Yugoslavia!
Slovenes, Macedonians, Croats or Muslims are have no reason for fight against Fascism


Although Partisans are fighting Chetniks, Commander Tito made a "proclamation" ( in fact order ) on behalf of the Central Committee of Communist Yugoslavia to the Macedonian people, in which he calls for an armed uprising against fascist occupiers ( Albanians and the Bulgarian Army).


Serbia cannot accept occupation

It is the first Tito`s proclamation to be scattered in present-day Northern Macedonia, because the communists there were either Macedonians or The Bulgarians did not want an uprising. Macedonians were other cowards and unlike the Serbian Communists, Bulgarian Communists did not want to shoot at Bulgarian Regular Army ( although their Fascist Army ).



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« Reply #77 on: Nov 09, 2019, 07:41:18 pm »
 

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In USA comic books about commander of Yugoslav Army in Fatherland - General Draza Maihailovic.





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« Reply #78 on: Nov 25, 2019, 02:57:52 pm »
 

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Temporary Armistice of the Chetniks of the Yugoslav Royal Army under the command of Col. Mihailovic and Communists under the command of Tito. Where did it come from? Maybe this is the reason:
After the defeat of the Germans in Moscow by the Soviet Army, Tito was authorized, through the "red channels," to continue the fight against Chetnik anti-fascists (?!), who then admitted not only the Yugoslav royal government in London, but also the United Kingdom and soon the United States.

Civil war 2 anti-fascist guerrillas continued to the end WW2. :(



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