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British History on General Mihailovic and Josip Broz Tito

End of November 1943, near Cacak: British Gen. Charles Armstrong and CO of the 2nd Ravna Gora Corps, Capt. Predrag Rakovic

Up until now we only knew about the fact that throughout the Second World War, the British were intercepting and reading German radio dispatches ciphered with the help of “Enigma”, a machine Wehrmacht regarded as fully reliable. Now, we are

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Saborsko and Licka Jasenica

Major Milivoje Vuksanovic

Comparing the Serbian village of Licka Jesenica with the Croatian village of Saborsko, one can see and evaluate the work of the partisans, whose goal was the destruction of the Serbian people. Such was the contrast between the Serbian and

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The Siege of Sarajevo 1943


Miloslav Samardzić The Siege of Sarajevo 1943 (Parts of the book: Miloslav Samardžić SERBS AGANST THE WEHRMACHT A History of World War Two in Yugoslavia Based on previously unknown German documents Pogledi, Kragujevac, 2011. Translation: Nebojsa Malić)   TABLE OF

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In reference to the book “Chetniks” by Joze Tomašević part 2

Jozo Tomasevich 1986

A textbook on manipulation Tomašević and his reviewers did not use the most important German wartime documents, but that tale served a purpose along with variety of tricks. Writes: Miloslav SAMARDŽIĆ   Another test would be to question whether Tomašević

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Tito’s Communist Partisans Collaborated with the Nazis: Tito, Mihailovic and the Allies

Partisan-German collaboration: Communist Partisan leaders under Tito, left, with German military officers in Yugoslavia during World War II.

By Carl Savich In his seminal 1973 analysis of the roles Draza Mihailovich and Josip Broz Tito played during the World War II conflict in Yugoslavia, Tito, Mihailovic and the Allies, 1941-1945, Walter R. Roberts was able to show that

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“Chetniks” by Jozo Tomasevich: The Fallacy that Endures


According to the author in his own work, German documents should take precedence. However, a result of counting the reference footnotes reveals a surprise; they refer to the following sources: 68 attributed to Communist sources, and 64 to German … Writes:

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WW2 timeline – Yugoslavia

Kraljevo on October 15th 1942, Himmler’s airplane has just landed at the local airport.

By Miloslav Samardzic   March 25, 1941 Prime Minister Dragisha Cvetkovic and German Foreign Minister Ribbentrop are shown signing the accession of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia to the Tripartite Pact in Vienna.   March 27, 1941 The Tripartite Pact with

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Mihailovic hinders Rommel

001 Draza protiv Romela copy

By Miloslav Samardzic The first known German broadsheet announcing the executions of Serbs due to railway sabotage is dated June 12, 1942. On that day, the Germans shot three rail workers in Smederevo, claiming they had destroyed the brakes on

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Italy in WW2 – Yugoslavia

Duke Yevdjevic with Italians.

Italy in WW2 – Yugoslavia By Miloslav Samardzic The first phase of the Serb uprising in 1941 in the west of Yugoslavia caused much restructuring and major changes among the Axis forces. Officially, Germans, Italians and Croats were united against

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Serbia before and after WW2

Plan BSZ-en copy

By Miloslav Samardzic Provinces (banovine) of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia After establishment, in 1918, Yugoslavia’s name was Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. Later it was divided into administrative provinces (banovine) Drava Banovina, in the northwest, belonged to the Slovenes.

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