The Axis Empire in Southeast Europe, 1939-1945
This book presents a comprehensive overview of World War II in the Balkans---Yugoslavia, Greece, Albania, Romania, and Bulgaria. Among topics discussed are German wartime political dominance, the Axis victory and military occupation, guerrilla resistance, and finally the German retreat.
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