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Stunning images of World War II Part II

The Feldherrnhalle (Field Marshals' Hall) is a monumental loggia on the Odeonsplatz in Munich, Germany. During the Nazi era, it served as a monument commemorating the death of 16 members of the Nazi party. American soldier with a collection of different things this is a personal treasury Hermann Goering Kimo II Sung photographed during a speech in the southern part of Pyongyang One in a series of destroyed cities in Germany-Mönchengladbach A US soldier and his wife (Japanese) in Tokyo - Jews photographed in Palestine at which three years later established country Israel - Poland orphans in an orphanage in the UK - Soviet troops enter Korea (North-has not yet been devided that war is imminent), which was occupied by Japan - The Germans clean the ruins of Berlin -Baker's coded nuclear test, the purpose of testing was the effect on warships. Were collected 73 warships as American as captives including Japanese battleship Naga

Interesting facts and figures on the Balkans in December 1941

Supreme Commander Tito inspects the First Proletarian Brigade 1. 12. - XIV Armed Corps 9. Italian Army renamed the Army of Montenegro (Commander Alessandro Pirzio Biroli, also Governor of Montenegro). 1 – 2.  12 - Pljevaljska battle, failed partisan attack on Pljevlja with heavy losses. 2. 12. - Italians from Karlovac attacked the Partisan Liberated Territory on Kordun (Croatia). 3 - 12. 12. – Home Guard-ustaška Ozren operation  along the river Bosnia, unsuccessful against the uprising. 5, 12 - Chetniks under the agreement with the Italians took Foca and Cajnice, carried out the massacre of Muslims. 6. 12 –  British submarine HMS Perseus is sunk by a mine off Cephalonia. 7. 12. - Hitler's decree Night and Fog (Nacht und Nebel) - forced disappearance of political activists of the resistance movement in occupied Europe. 7. 12. - King Peter II promoted Colonel D. Mihailovic to the brigade general. 8. 12. - Founded camp Sajmiste (Semlin Judenlager

Improvised War Technique - Made in War

The lack of military technology is motivated by all parties to the conflict to resort to improvisation. In this way, they create unique vehicles, hybrid combinations of written-off technique and obsolete weapons from military assistance to the fifties or trends eighties with veterans of World War II and the combination of launchers and missiles PA PB rocket ... The vehicles depicted belonged to all the warring parties during the war on ex-SFRY areas. The TAM 110 truck has served as the basis for creating the armored vehicle on the left side. The exterior launchers are 57mm caliber and two inside 69.7mm. On the right side is processed truck has served as a platform for the AA gun 20mm, the popular "triple-barreled" Armored OT M-60 and NRZ 57mm UB-32, from MiG 21 Truck TAM-150 with 2 missiles K-13, a military parade in Slunj 1995 - The army of the RSK Behind the columns of soldiers, an armored car with two launchers NRZ of 69,7mm Truck TAM

THE DAY WHEN THE ENTIRE FIRST PROLETARIAN STORMED: 'onslaught proletarians ... onslaught! Just onslaught! ' Part I

Deputy Commander of the First Proletarian Danilo Lekic speaks to the fighters ahead of the breakthrough at Sutjesk At dawn on June 10, 1943, the First Proletarian Shock brigade under the command of Koce Popovic and his deputy Danilo Lekic broke through the German encirclement at Balinovac, marking the beginning of the end of the largest and most difficult Partisan battle in the Second World War - Battle of Sutjeska. One of the participants of this battle, Antonio Isakovic, thus described the morning in which the First proletarian started the onslaught; onslaught on which depended on the lives of besieged partisan fighters led by Supreme Commander Tito: Koča Popovic, Commander of the First Proletarian Brigade. "There is a young forest, a meadow in front of us. But the low, thick fog, like milk thick fog, almost nothing is seen ...Out of this forest, I see, partisans go out. First Proletarian Brigade is coming out. Suddenly, the fog is stopped, the fog suddenly

An unforgettable heroine Srbijanka Bukumirović

Srbijanka Bukumirovic (1920 - 1944) was a student of medicine, a participant of the resistance movement in occupied Belgrade in the Second World War. She was killed, with her sister Jovanka, in the Banjica camp just before liberation. She was born in 1920 in the village of Šetonje, near Petrovac on Mlavi. She originates from the revolutionary family Bukumirović. Srbijanka Bukumirović As a student of the Faculty of Medicine, together with her brother Miroslav, a law student, she joined the revolutionary student movement at the Belgrade University. She participated in various political actions and demonstrations by the Communist Party of Yugoslavia (KPJ). Because of its revolutionary activities, several times she was arrested and persecuted by the police. After the April War and occupation of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1941, she actively participated in the organization of the resistance movement in occupied Belgrade. By party assignment, she worked in the