Kingdom of Yugoslavia attempted at the last moment to normalize its relations with Soviet Union. In exchange for official recognition and closure of probably last embassy of Imperial Russia which was located across Yugoslav royal court, Soviet Union would provide protection from German attack but these moves of Yugoslav government were too little late.
It would be in 1944 when Soviets troops finally arrived in Yugoslavia providing aid in liberation of Serbia, Vojvodina and Baranja. Also massive amount of military equipment arrived in late 1944 and early 1945 allowing Tito’s Partisans to arm and mobilize huge numbers.
- 46th Army
- 57th Army
- 17th Air Army
- 4th Guards Mechanized Corps
- 10th Rifle Corps
- 31st Rifle Corps
- 37th Rifle Corps
- 64th Rifle Corps
- 68th Rifle Corps
- 75th Rifle Corps
- 62nd NKVD Rifle Division?
- 1202th Self-propelled Artillery Regiment (самоходный артиллерийский полк)
- 1891st Self-propelled Artillery Regiment
- Red Army Handbook 1939-1945 by Steve J. Zaloga, Lelands. Ness, Steven J. Zaloga, Leland Ness, ZALOGA/NES
- T-34 Russian Battle Tank by Matthew Hughes, Roger Ford, Chris Mann
- T-34/76 Medium Tank 1941-1945 (New Vanguard, No 9) by Peter Sarson, Lee Johnson, Steven J. Zaloga
- T-34/85 Medium Tank 1944-1994 (New Vanguard , No 20) by Steven J. Zaloga, Jim Kinnear
- Russian T-34 Battle Tank (Military History Series, Vol 59) by Horst Scheibert
- Soviet Tanks in Combat 1941-1945 The T-28, T-34, T-34-85 and T-44 Medium Tanks by Steven J. Zaloga, Kinnear, Aksenov, Koschchavtsev A.
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