The Partisan Capture of Sarajevo in World War II

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The liberation of Sarajevo by Partisan forces in April 1945 was a significant event during World War II and marked the end of German and Axis occupation in the city. The Partisans were a communist-led resistance movement in Yugoslavia, fighting against the Axis forces, including the Germans and their collaborators. The Partisans, under the leadership of Josip Broz Tito, had been conducting guerrilla warfare against the occupiers since 1941.

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