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Hitler's opinion on Serbia

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Hitler's opinion on Serbia

Postby Srbobran on 15 Apr 2007 06:44

Hello. Does anyone have any information regarding Hitler's opinion on Serbs? I am asking because I find it interesting that despite having a loathing for Slavs, Serbia (after resisting German rule) was given her own state (albeit under German supervision) and we were the only Slavs who resisted German rule who were granted a state. If anyone has any information about the government of Milan Nedic or the Montenegrin Quisling state, it would be greatly appreciated.
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Postby pitman on 15 Apr 2007 18:04

I'm not sure what you mean when you say that Serbs were the only Slavs who resisted German rule who were granted a state. There were certainly a great many Croat partisans, for example. Also, Serbia under German rule was not really a state--it could not even compare to the Croatian or Slovakian puppet states.

For more information on the collaborators, see Tomasevich's big book on collaboration and the occupation: http://www.amazon.com/War-Revolution-Yu ... 434&sr=1-1.

He also did a big book on the Chetniks which may discuss some of the Nedic chetniks, but I have been unable to locate a copy of his Chetnik book despite great efforts.

He died before he could finish his third book, which was to be on the partisans.
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Postby Srbobran on 15 Apr 2007 19:32

What I mean is the the Croat, Slovak, and Bulgarian governments were Axis from the start.
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Postby Marisav on 15 Apr 2007 22:41

For more information on the collaborators, see Tomasevich's big book on collaboration and the occupation: http://www.amazon.com/War-Revo.....mp;sr=1-1.
You have a lot of books on serbian language about collaborators and ww2 in Serbia (germans,SVC, Chetniks...) Also very good book is: Hermann Neubacher, Sonderaufttrag Sudost 1940-1945 ",Publisher: "Musterschmidt", Gottingen, 1957.
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Postby tera on 23 Jul 2007 21:08

Marisav wrote:
For more information on the collaborators, see Tomasevich's big book on collaboration and the occupation: http://www.amazon.com/War-Revo.....mp;sr=1-1.
You have a lot of books on serbian language about collaborators and ww2 in Serbia (germans,SVC, Chetniks...) Also very good book is: Hermann Neubacher, Sonderaufttrag Sudost 1940-1945 ",Publisher: "Musterschmidt", Gottingen, 1957.




zdavo

dali si upucen za nemacki snajperiste koji su bili za vreme drugog svetskog rata
dali ih je bilo u srbiju

hvala ti u napred
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