Narrow escape for Yugoslav partisans
9th June 1943: The Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito and the British Military Mission are hunted by the Germans as they escape over the mountains
In Yugoslavia rival groups of resistance fighters had become a major nuisance to the occupying German forces. Emerging as the likely dominant group were the c…
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