A Balkan Tragedy, Yugoslavia 1941-1946: Memoirs of a

A Balkan Tragedy, Yugoslavia 1941-1946: Memoirs of a


A Balkan Tragedy, Yugoslavia 1941-1946: Memoirs of a Guerrilla Fighter ❰BOOKS❯ ⚡ A Balkan Tragedy, Yugoslavia 1941-1946: Memoirs of a Guerrilla Fighter Author Zvonimir Vuckovich – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk An important source for the study of the Yugoslav resistance during the Nazi occupation in World War II, these documents present a gripping account of a young lieutenant an idealist and pro Western de An important source for Tragedy, Yugoslavia ePUB ↠ the study of the Yugoslav resistance during the Nazi occupation in World War II, these documents present a gripping account of a young lieutenant an idealist and pro Western democrat active A Balkan Epub / in the resistance Among other feats, Vuckovich organized the rescue ofAmerican pilots shot down behind enemy lines inthey were successfully returned to the Allied command in Italy.

  • Hardcover
  • 356 pages
  • A Balkan Tragedy, Yugoslavia 1941-1946: Memoirs of a Guerrilla Fighter
  • Zvonimir Vuckovich
  • English
  • 07 February 2017
  • 0880335378

About the Author: Zvonimir Vuckovich

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10 thoughts on “A Balkan Tragedy, Yugoslavia 1941-1946: Memoirs of a Guerrilla Fighter

  1. Aleksandar Novakovic Aleksandar Novakovic says:

    This book is a must for everyone who is interested in the history of WW2 in Yugoslavia Outstandingly written by a first hand witness, one of the most prominent commander of the Yugoslav Army in Homeland, Zvonimir Vuckovic, it gives a reader a trustworthy description of a complex events and actors of the war drama in Yugoslavia Fighting against several totalitarian forces, Germans, Communists, Croatian Ustase and Yugoslav fascists, the army of General Draza Mihailovich finally lost the battle, This book is a must for everyone who is interested in the history of WW2 in Yugoslavia Outstandingly written by a first hand witness, one of the most prominent commander of the Yugoslav Army in Homeland, Zvonimir Vuckovic, it gives a reader a trustworthy description of a complex events and actors of the war drama in Yugoslavia Fighting against several totalitarian forces, Germans, Communists, Croatian Ustase and Yugoslav fascists, the army of General Draza Mihailovich finally lost the battle, but only due to the political trade off that western powers made with Stalin

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