From Security and Intelligence Service to Slovene Intelligence and Security Agency|
(Volume 3, Number 1-2, Spring-Summer 2002.)
On April 6, 1941, without a prior declaration of war, the German, Italian, Hungarian, and Bulgarian forces invaded Yugoslavia and defeated the Yugoslav Army in twelve days. On April 17, 1941, Yugoslav General Radoje Jankovie and the former Foreign Minister, Cincar Markovia, signed an act of unconditional surrender which took force at noon the following day, April 18. The epilogue: Yugoslavia vanished in a matter of days: the Germans, Italians, Bulgarian and Hungarians had virtually dismembered it.
Drago Ferš | Objavljeno: 03 svi 2002 05:45:00