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Thursday, August 2nd 2007, 3:16am

Yugoslavia News and Events Q1/35

January 8th 1935- Major General Milenk Antic(1) signed the order further expanding the fighter orders to both Poland and Mexico for another 40 fighters each (2). He knew his force was expanding at an incredible rate and the quality of his pilots was dubious at best due to the rapid expansion.

But worst was that he expected the growth to continue during the year, knowing full well he better spend the budget given to him before the times change for the worse again.

(1) Commander of the Air Corps.

(2) they will be expected to arrive around September.

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Friday, August 3rd 2007, 3:38pm

January 19th 1935- Major General Antic smiled while observing his "guests" waiting on the docks waiting for their gear, shaking from at it seemed to some of them as extreme cold and all of them swearing in their accented Iberian.(1)

Antic wasn't a fool. He knew the rapid grown of the Air Corps was creating a dearth need for trained pilots and he gladly accepted the offer by Mexico to send pilots to help in the training of his new pilots. Now 60 Mexicans were standing by a pier in the Balkans waiting to start working and Antic can't be more happy that they were here.

(1) accented to the translator standing by Antic, trained in pure Iberian.

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Saturday, August 4th 2007, 3:22am

January 19th 1935- King Alexander was furious and Prime Minister Macek knew it. The Yugoslavian ambassador to Poland comments have created furor in Italy, even more when Italy knew they were still fragile after their short civil war.

"Is one thing to try to take advantage form Italy's situation privately, to do what he did is very provocative. I have to agree privately with him, but sadly his comments cost him his job. I want you to tell the Foreign Minister to recall the fool. A damn shame but his mouth got him in trouble." said the Yugoslavian King.

"It will be done your highness," responded Macek, "true that is a shame that the man will pay for something that we privately agree with him."

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Wednesday, August 15th 2007, 2:32am

January 28th 1935- The Foreign Ministry issued an statement today that stated "our nation fully support our ally in every humanly possible way to end their crisis in a positive manner."

In unrelated news it was announced today the Yugoslavian Army will start military exercises by the beginning of next month.


Friday, August 17th 2007, 3:12pm

February 19th 1935- General Milan Nedic(1) wasn't too happy by the order he received but his duty was to serve his King and an order by his King was for him to obey. As such he signed the memo marked secret that allowed a large shipment of rifles and light machines guns (2) to be "lost". He only hoped his new owners will know what to do with them.

(1) Army Chief of Staff.

(2) Yugoslavian copy of the Polish BAR.

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Sunday, August 19th 2007, 4:14am


As such he signed the memo marked secret that allowed a large shipment of rifles and light machines guns to be "lost".

Is that a distant hum I hear? Sound ominous... ;)


Saturday, September 1st 2007, 2:48pm

March 11th 1935- General Milenko Antic (1) signed the approval for the purchase of a new heavy fighter coming into production very soon,(2) with the very enterprise minded nation building them selling them also on the open market.

The purchase agent observed a demostration of the prototype and was so impressed that he made an offer in the spot. Of course General Antic didn't care about the story, only that he could spend all the funds he can with a small percentage going to a bank account in the friendly nation of Switzerland.

(1) Commander of the Air Corps.

(2) the Dutch G1A heavy fighter. 32 with a delivery date of December 1935.

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Monday, September 10th 2007, 3:24pm

March 18th 1935- Reports have being received of firearms being used against a custom house by the Slovenian border. According to eyewitness the attack came from the Italian side of the border from still unknown assailants. The government announces that "it's another example of the chaos that exists in the Italian nation and if they can't put order in Dalmatia and Slovenia to step aside and allow a stable nation to do so."

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Monday, September 10th 2007, 9:38pm

March 21st 1935- The War Ministry today announced an order for antitank guns and antitank rifles have being put forward to Poland, who agreed to deliver the specified quantity of weapons in three batches, with final delivery by the end of the year.

The Ministry's spokesman stated that "the weapons are not offensive in nature and are just a natural upgrade of the defensive capabilities of our forces. We thank our ally Poland for their interest in helping our armed forces to reach our estimated goals."


Wednesday, September 12th 2007, 6:02pm

March 29th 1935- The War Ministry announced today they have completed a deal with the German firm Rheinmettal for the delivery of an unknown quantity of their excellent 37mm guns. The delivery is expected to extend to at least the middle of next year.

In unrelated news the Ministry of the Interior was approved the funds for a large purchase of trucks from different German firms. Also that Ministry stated funds are now available for the construction of new paved roads following the program of Minister Broz. A spokesman for the Ministry stated "the new roads will help improve commerce between the different parts of the Kingdom and maybe with our neighbors."

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Thursday, September 13th 2007, 6:32pm

March 31st 1935- It was announced today that deals have being reached with the nations of Atlantis and Mexico for the delivery of an unspecified quantity of vehicles.

When asked the reason of the large quantity of purchases abroad during last week by their Ministry a spokesman for the War Ministry stated "the purchases are only to resolve some deficiencies we have noticed in our armed forces that needed to be taken care of. We assure our neighbors that these purchases are nothing to worry about it."

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Thursday, October 25th 2007, 9:11pm

March 29th 1935- Executives from Zastava (1) announced today they are offering their products (2) at a discount to the nations currently involved in the South American War. (3)While government officials distanced themselves from that statement it was announced they will not block any sale made to nations overseas. Zastava executives also stated they are willing to sell to nations in the Middle East and Asia.

(1) Yugoslavian main weapons combine.

(2) Copies of Mauser rifles and BAR's in 7.92mm x 57.

(3) I doubt that both the Argentine and Brazilian infrastructures could support the current expansion in regard to weapons and supplies. They should be twice their original size by the end of March and maybe larger by the end of the South African fall. (April to June). Of course also Vickers and other nations' arm companies could be busy trying to sell their products.

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