Red Sun: A German airborne Raid, May 1944

@article{Melson2000RedSA,
  title={Red Sun: A German airborne Raid, May 1944},
  author={Charles D. Melson},
  journal={The Journal of Slavic Military Studies},
  year={2000},
  volume={13},
  pages={101 - 126}
}
German airborne employment after the large‐scale invasion of Crete in 1941 was confined to battalion‐size actions for limited objectives. A unique operation, both for obscurity and daring, was the effort to oust Balkan guerrilla chief Josip Broz, ‘Marshal Tito’. With Operation Knight's Move, the late Yugoslav president's career might have ended on his 52d birthday, 25 May 1944. On that day, Axis forces executed an airborne raid on partisan supreme headquarters at Drvar, Bosnia that almost… Expand
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