German Antiguerilla Operations in the Balkans (1941-1944)

The Balkans have been a part of European military history for centuries, and, as recent experiences have shown, there is a breed of men in the area ready and willing to fight virtually anyone, whether neighbour or invader. This is the story of the four year struggle for domination waged by the Germans and their allies in this region against Greek, Jugoslavian and Albanian resisters, and it covers the general conditions in the Balkans (including the people), the rise of the resistance, and the guerilla movements, together with descriptions of the main operations against the guerillas. It is a very good study of anti-guerilla warfare and the limitations imposed upon conventional forces in asymmetric warfare.

  • 9781847912718
  • Secretary of the Army
  • Department of the Army
  • 1954
  • 2008
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