Yugoslav partisans battle against German troops in Nazi occupied areas of Yugoslavia during World War II.
Yugoslavia Date:1944 Duration:4 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
Anti-German Partisan resistance in Nazi occupied areas of Yugoslavia during World War II. Partisans martial their forces in the wooded hills. Partisans fire guns at Italians in a ravine. Dead Italian soldiers. An Axis convoy of trucks under attack by partisans in hills above. Axis troops patrol in a Yugoslav village backyard. A poster offering an award for capture of Partisan leader. Pictures show hanging of Yugoslav Partisans and their execution by Nazis firing squads. Yugoslav Partisans receive arms on a mountainside. Contingent of uniformed Partisans (including several women) march with arms. Partisans setting up explosives. Detonated explosives. Partisans charge from hilltops. Dead enemy soldiers. Partisans returning to their villages from the hills. More war dead. Uniformed partisans march into a village. Partisans firing field artillery at German positions. Adolf Hitler shakes hands with Ante Pavelic,
head of Croatia. Germans launch an offensive against partisans, whose families flee further into the mountainous and forested regions of the country.
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