WW2 German Sea of Blood History Partisan Movement In Yugoslavia Reference Book


This is a new softcover WW2 German Sea of Blood A Military History of the Partisan Movement In Yugoslavia 1941 to 45 Gaj Trifkovic Reference Book.  Total of 447 pages with lots of information.

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“WW2 German Sea of Blood: A Military History of the Partisan Movement in Yugoslavia 1941-45” by Gaj Trifković is an extensive reference book, meticulously detailing the tumultuous events of wartime Yugoslavia. Over the course of 447 pages, this softcover edition delves into the partisan resistance against German forces during World War II. Trifković offers an in-depth analysis of the strategies, battles, and key figures that shaped the partisan movement, providing a comprehensive understanding of this critical period. Rich with factual information, this book is an invaluable resource for historians, students, and enthusiasts of military history, illuminating the intense and bloody conflicts that marked the region’s struggle for liberation. Whether for academic research or personal interest, this reference book stands as a significant contribution to the study of World War II and the Yugoslavian resistance effort.


WW II (1939-45)





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