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Jugoslawien während des 2Weltkrieges(Bilder und Information)

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  1. #111
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    Zitat Zitat von Heishiro_Mitsurugic
    Hab' den Thread jetzt ein wenig gesäubert.


    Danke!

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    В О Ј В О Д А

    МОМЧИЛО Р. ЂУЈИЋ



    Момчило Ђујић (Топоље, Книн 1907 - Сан Маркос, Калифорнија 1999), завршио је Богословију у Сремским Карловцима и потом постао парох у с. Стрмице код Книна. Као млад богослов објавио је збирку песама "Емилијаде" (Српска манастирска штампарија Сремски Карловци, 1931. године). Уочи рата организује четнички пододбор у својој парохији. У априлском рату 1941. склања се у с. Кистање, које су окупирали Италијани, а потом се враћа у Стрмице, где води народ у борбу против геноцидних хрватских усташа. Током лета Момчило Ђујић упозорава на опасност од Комунистичке партије Хрватске. До коначног прекида комунистичке инфилтрације у српске редове долази на историјском народном збору у Црним Потоцима, новембра 1941, када се оснива Динарска четничка дивизија. Ђујић, који је већ био командант Пука "Петар Мркоњић", бива изабран за команданта Дивизије. Наредне године, на предлог генерала Драже Михаиловића, војвода Илија Трифуновић Бирчанин даје Ђујићу звање четничког војводе.
    Током четири ратне године војвода Момчило Ђујић и његова Динарска четничка дивизија спашавају српски народ са Тромеђе Лике, Далмације и Босне од хрватског геноцида, као и од разорне комунистичке акције. Првих дана децембра 1944. године Динарска четничка дивизија је опкољена од бројних комунистичких снага. После низа тешких борби, у зору 3. децембра војвода Ђујић, уз сагласност збора команданата, доноси одлуку о пробоју према Лици. У великој бици код села Пађени, Динарска четничка дивизија пробија обруч, одлази у Лику, а потом у Словенију. Из Словеније Дивизија одлази у Италију, 1. маја 1945. године, где је Западни савезници разоружавају. Војвода Ђујић на неко време прелази у илегалу, јер су комунисти тражили његово изручење. После неколико година, четници у емиграцији, расути широм света, се консолидују и оснивају своја удружења. Војвода Момчило Ђујић био је на челу највеће четничке организације, Покрета српских четника Равне Горе, од његовог оснивања 1957. године. Истовремено, уређивао је гласило покрета, лист "Србија".



    Ратне фотографије

    1941 - 1945



    Војвода (мајор) Момчило Ђујић, командант Динарске четничке дивизије



    Војвода Момчило Ђујић из ратних дана, легенда Динаре



    Говор војводе Ђујића на Далматинском Косову 1944. године



    Книнско Косово, јануара 1943. године. Говор војводе Момчила Ђујића на сахрани четника изгинулих у одбрани Грачаца од комуниста, 14. и 15. јануара. Поред војводе Ђујића је мајор Миодраг Палошевић, Дражин изасланик, а иза је мајор Петар Баћовић, командант Експедиционог корпуса. Са леве стране ( шубара и светла бунда ) стоји војвода Брана Богуновић, Ђујићев помоћник. Укосо испред Богуновића ( подигнуто лево колено ) је Виђен Ковачевић.



    Савезници разоружавају Динарску четничку дивизију, на Ђурђевдан 1945. године. У средини је војвода Ђујић, са његове десне стране је мајор Милан Цвјетићанин, командант Корпуса Гаврило Принцип, а са леве пратилац Петар Триван



    Книнско Косово, јануара 1943. године. Говор војводе Момчила Ђујића



    Војвода Момчило



    Војвода Момчило



    Са браћом Херцеговцима испред цркве Лазарице на Далматинском Косову код Книна



    Стално уз свој народ; војвода Ђујић у разговору са ђедом и унуком



    Л е г е н д а



    Италија 1945-46



    У припреми је богата галерија слика четника Динарске четничке дивизије, као и слика из живота Покрета српских четника Равне Горе на челу са легендарним војводом Момчилом Р. Ђујићем ( поменуте слике до сада су необјављиване на страницама интернета )

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    toll und wer soll das lesen können

    sei so nett und schreib es auf latein :wink:

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    Zitat Zitat von Triglav
    toll und wer soll das lesen können

    sei so nett und schreib es auf latein :wink:
    http://www.krajinaforce.com/sajt/konvertor.html

    Ćirilica-Latinica Converter :wink: 8)

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    Zitat Zitat von Princip_Grahovo
    http://www.krajinaforce.com/sajt/konvertor.html

    Ćirilica-Latinica Converter :wink: 8)
    Faule Sau!

    @Topic:

    Serbische Gestapo

    Serbian Gestapo

    On 1 April 1942 German Gestapo started formation of '1st Belgrade Special Combat detachment' for purpose of combat against People's Liberation Movement (communist resistance) on territory of Serbia. Members of that unit called themselves 'Serbian Gestapo'. Creation of detachment started in July of the same year. Location was in building of primary school in Belgrade - Starine Novaka street no. 24. Recruitment of personnel was carried out by commander Strahinja Janjić and his deputy Svetozar Nećak. Recruits were found amongst Gendarmerie, Ljotić men's and individuals of Nazi believes. Acceptance was done by members of Belgrade Gestapo central in front of whom candidates were writing there autobiography and oath. At the end of 1942 detachment was largest and had 147 men. Because of different problems with members of Serbian Gestapo reorganization was done on 26 April 1943. Group of 22 agents was sent to Germany - Berlin - where they were divided into groups of three agents and sent to different companies. In detachment 33 agents remained until disbanded on 29 February 1944 after then Gestapo used individual agents as there own.

    From acceptance each agent received its code name under which he was listed in Gestapo. In first months from formation of detachment with its members intensive training was carried out in area of army barracks. They were trained in use of infantry armament, gathering intelligence for police work, learning German language and listening to ideological-political classes. In barracks agents carried working uniforms of German army and in the field civilian suites or uniforms of SS units.

    Members were used by German Gestapo individually, in small groups or as part of several dozens. In Belgrade and almost all other cities of Serbia they were used as agents-provocateurs with task of uncovering members and structure of People's Liberation Movement (NOP), gather information's on partisan detachment in certain areas etc. As part of units of German Armed Forces they participated in anti-partisan clearing (sweeps) operations during which they carried out searching (and looting) of houses, capturing and execution of members of People's Liberation Movement. Gestapo tried to get individual into organized structure of People's Liberation Movement as agents-provocateurs.

    Many of the detachment members were criminals often abusing there authority finally forcing Germans to disbanded the unit.

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    Ermordung des jugoslawischen Königs Alexander.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=SrruCOZwxKA

    This newsreel shows the assassination of the Yugoslavian king Alexander in 1934 by Vlado Chernozemski from the Bulgarian VMRO in cooperation with the Croatian Ustasha, executed after VMRO issued a death sentence for the king as a punishment for his atrocities against the Bulgarian population in Macedonia and against the other supressed nationalities in Yugoslavia.

    Vlado Chernosemski was the pseudonym of the Bulgarian-born Velichko Dimitrov Kerin.

    On 9 October 1934 the king arrived in Marseille to start a state visit to the Third French Republic, to strengthen the defensive alliance against Nazi Germany. When being driven in a car through the streets along with French Foreign Minister Louis Barthou, a gunman, Vlado Georgieff, stepped from the street and shot the King, the Minister and the chauffeur.

    It was one of the first assassinations captured on film; the shooting occurred straight in front of the cameraman, who was only feet away at the time. The cameraman captured not merely the assassination but the immediate aftermath; the body of the chauffeur (who had been killed instantly) became jammed against the brakes of the car, allowing the cameraman to continue filming from within inches of the King for a number of minutes afterwards.

    The assassin Vlado Georgieff — driver of the leader of the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization, Ivan Mihailov — was cut down by the sword of a mounted French policeman, then beaten by the crowd. By the time he was removed from the scene, he was already dead

    According to Bulgarian records, he was born in the village of Kamenitsa, near Peshtera, Bulgaria on October 19, 1897. His parents came from the Bulgarian part of Macedonia. He joined the IMRO in 1922.

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    Die Schlacht an der Neretva

    Anti-Partisan Operations in Croatia: Operation "Weiss" (1943-01-20)

    by H.L. deZeng IV

    Dates: 20 January – 17 February 1943 (“Weiss I”)

    25 February – 17 March 1943 (“Weiss II” and “Weiss III” (renamed “Weiss Mostar”)) (1)



    Objective: To retake a large area liberated (or “occupied”, depending on the reader’s perspective) by Tito’s Partisans centered on Bihać and engage and destroy as many of their units as possible.



    Enemy Forces:

    An estimated total of 42,500 combatants.

    1st Croatian Corps with 6th Lika, 7th Banika and 8th Kordun Divisions.

    1st Bosnian Corps with 4th Krajiški (border or frontier) and 5th Krajiški Divisions, 10th Krajiški Brigade, and 3d Krajiški Detachment.

    1st and 2d Proletarian Divisions.

    3d Division.

    9th Dalmatian Division.



    Axis Forces:

    An estimated total of 90,000+ troops employed more or less full time from January through March, plus another 60,000 playing an occasional and lesser role.

    German

    Divisions: 7. SS-Freiwillige-Gebirgs-Div. “Prinz Eugen”, 187. Res.Div. (elements), 369. Inf.Div. (kroat.), 714. Inf.Div., 717. Inf.Div., 718. Inf.Div.

    Panzer-Abt. 202

    Panzer-Kp. z.b.V. 12

    Luftwaffe air support

    Italian

    Divisions: 12th Infantry Div. “Sassari”, 13th Infantry Div. “Re”, 15th Infantry Div. “Bergamo”, 32d Infantry Div. “Marche”, 57th Infantry Div. “Lombardia”, 154th Infantry Div. “Murge”

    Italian air support

    Croatian

    2d, 3d and 5th Mountain Brigades

    7th Infantry Rgt.

    VII, IX and XI Artillery Groups (elements)

    V Ustasha Brigade

    Croatian Air Force air support

    Chetnik auxiliaries (12,000 – 15,000)



    Conduct of Operations and Results: Operation “Weiss” was an offensive rather than an anti-Partisan operation and is referred to in the Yugoslav literature as The Fourth Enemy Offensive. It was the largest such offensive or operation carried out in Yugoslavia during the war in terms of troops employed and territory covered. It was conceived at a Führer Conference at Rastenburg in East Prussia 18-20 December 1942 that was attended by general staff and foreign ministry representatives from both Germany and Italy. The specific plans were set down in Rome on 3 and 4 January 1943, fine-tuned in Zagreb on 9 January and the first operations orders issued that same day. It was to unfold in three phases: “Weiss I” was to open the offensive by sending German motorized columns from Karlovac and Sanski Most toward Bihać and Bos. Petrovac and thereby encircle and destroy Partisan forces in West Bosnia, Lika, Kordun and Banija; “Weiss II” had the objective of mopping up and defeating those Partisan forces that had escaped the encirclement; and, “Weiss III”, later renamed “Weiss Mostar”, was to continue the offensive south to the western border of Montenegro and crush all remaining enemy forces in Hercegovina and parts of Dalmatia.

    Fought in severe winter weather and with great brutality, “Weiss” was a resounded success as the casualty figures noted below show. It also was brilliantly fought by the Partisans and despite horrendous losses, Tito managed to extricate much of his cadre along with thousands of sick and wounded from the enemy net and escape southeast through Hercegovina, across the Neretva River north of Mostar, and into the mountains of Montenegro.



    Losses

    German: 514 killed, 1,214 wounded and 158 missing.

    Italian: unknown. Italian 12th Infantry Division 'Sassari' from 15 to 21 Februrary between Boricevaca and Zalusenice lost 52 officers and 811 soldiers and all heavy equipment.


    Croatian: 126 killed, 258 wounded and 218 missing.

    Partisan: 11,915 killed, 616 captured and executed, and 2,506 captured and held.

    It is unlikely that these figures tell the whole story since Italian losses and claims attributed to “Weiss” do not seem to have been found. Further, “Weiss” was conducted as a “scorched earth” operation and many pro-Partisan villages and homes were burned down. All males over 15 years of age were ordered arrested, put in detention camps and then sent to Germany for forced labor. To what extent this was actually carried out is not known. Wartime and postwar investigations state that in just 15 communities in the Podgrmeč region in western Bosnia 3,370 civilians were killed, 1,229 were arrested and taken away, 1,256 froze to death due to lack of shelter, 1,142 homes and 1,134 barns were burned down, 10,720 head of livestock stolen and taken away as well as tons of other foodstuffs.

    Fall Weiss (German for "Case White"), known in Yugoslavia as the Fourth enemy offensive (Serbo-Croatian Četvrta neprijateljska ofenziva) was a German strategic plan for a combined Axis attack launched in early 1943 against the Partisans throughout occupied Yugoslavia, in the fascist puppet Independent State of Croatia, during the Second World War. The offensive took place between January and April 1943.

    The Germans aimed to destroy the central command of the Partisan movement, the Central Committee of Communist Party of Yugoslavia, as well as the main Partisan hospital. The Axis rallied nine divisions, six German, three Italian, as well as two Croatian divisions and a number of Chetnik and Ustasha formations. Estimated 150,000 Axis combatants engaged a much smaller partisan force.

    The operation was carried out in three stages:

    Weiss I started on January 20th, 1943, with the attack on Partisan-held areas in western Bosnia and parts of central Croatia.
    Weiss II followed on February 25th, with fighting in western and southwestern Bosnia, and the Partisans retreating as far southeast as the Neretva river.
    Weiss III was launched in March, and centered around the areas of northern Herzegovina, but the targeted partisans managed to breakout from an encirclement into northern Montenegro, and the third phase was not successfully completed
    By the end of March, the axis forces had killed about eight thousand partisans, capturing another two thousand. Despite these heavy losses and a tactical victory for the Axis powers, the partisan formations secured their command and the hospital, and were able to continue operations. In fact, once they reached the eastern parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the partisans had to face only the Chetniks, and in turn almost entirely incapacitated them in the area west of the Drina river.

    The next major operation in Yugoslavia was Operation Schwarz.


    Tito

    und sein Stab!



    Neretva-Brücke!
    wurde auf Befehl von Tito gesprengt um den Feind in die Irre zu führen und provisorisch wieder repariert.Der Feind rechnete nun fest mit einem Ausbruch aus dem Kessel Richtung Norden und verlagerte seine Truppen dort hin.Die Partizanen aber überquerten die Neretva über die zerstörte Brücke Richtung Süden,wo ihnen nur noch Cetniks gegen
    überstanden,die aber kein Problem darstellten und der Kessel wurde gesprengt.


    Brücke über die Neretva 1943


    2.Proletar Division after crossing the Neretva at Jablanica




    Nach einem Luftangriff


    Der gefangen genommene Major Arthur Strecker während der Operation Weiss



    austrijska kasarna u jablanici 1943


    French tank, type SOMUA, used by the Germans in Unternehmen Weiss, knocked out Partisans


    Zerstörte und eroberte Militärtechnik der Italiener




    Die Wehrmacht und ihre Verbündeten bei der Operation Weiss

    SS-Freiwillige-Gebirgs-Div. “Prinz Eugen(bestand aus jugoslawischen Volksdeutschen)



    Wehrmachtspanzer 1943 Bosnien



    Ustasa und NDH-Armee






    Waffenbrüder unter sich

  8. #118
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    Zur Schlacht an der Neretva gibtes doch einen Film, oder irre ich mich da? :?

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    Zitat Zitat von Heishiro_Mitsurugic
    Zur Schlacht an der Neretva gibtes doch einen Film, oder irre ich mich da? :?
    Ja!!!

    http://users.volja.net/bvcxy/bitka.jpg

    Szenen aus dem Film
    http://www.most.ba/099100/bitka_na_neretvi_1.jpg

    :wink:

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    Zitat Zitat von Triglav
    Zitat Zitat von Heishiro_Mitsurugic
    Zur Schlacht an der Neretva gibtes doch einen Film, oder irre ich mich da? :?
    Ja!!!

    http://users.volja.net/bvcxy/bitka.jpg

    Szenen aus dem Film
    http://www.most.ba/099100/bitka_na_neretvi_1.jpg

    :wink:
    Mein Vater hat einen ganzen Regal von solchen Filmen.

    Kennst du auch "Die fünfte Offensive - Kesselschlacht an der Sutjeska"? :wink:

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