The Chetniks

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Stanford University Press, Jan 1, 1975 - History - 508 pages
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Contents

Yugoslavia Between the Wars
5
On the Eve of
37
Invasion and Collapse
67
Partition and Occupation
89
Early Stages of the Wartime Chetnik Movement
117
time Chetnik movement 122 The Pecanac Chetniks under occupa
132
The Chetniks and the Foreign Enemy
196
The GovernmentinExile and Relations
262
German collaboration agreements in Serbia 321 Informal collabora
348
Relations with the Allies
359
United States 372 Hopes of an alliance with Soviet forces
389
The Loss of the Serbian Base
397
The Final Months
429
Conclusion
465
a portrait 465 The consequences of defeat
471
Index
493

From the Italian Collapse to the Battle for Serbia
315

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About the author (1975)

The late Jozo Tomasevich was Professor Emeritus of Economics at San Francisco State University. He was the author of" War and Revolution in Yugoslavia, 1941-1945: The Chetniks "(Stanford, 1975) and" Peasants, Politics, and Economic Change in Yugoslavia "(Stanford, 1955),

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