Whose is the partisan movement? Serbs, Croats and the legacy of a shared resistance

  title={Whose is the partisan movement? Serbs, Croats and the legacy of a shared resistance},
  author={Marko attiLa Hoare},
  journal={The Journal of Slavic Military Studies},
  pages={24 - 41}
  • M. Hoare
  • Published 1 December 2002
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Slavic Military Studies
The Partisan movement of 1941–45 in Axis‐ruled Yugoslavia united Serbs, Croats and members of other nationalities in a common resistance to the occupier. However, the various Yugoslav peoples did not participate in the movement to the same degree or in the same manner; support for the Partisans varied according to region and nationality. Since the birth of this movement there have been conflicting claims, both from among its supporters and from the ranks of its enemies, that it was Serb or… 
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