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  1. The Bulgarian Army entered Greece on 20 April 1941 on the heels of the Wehrmacht without having fired a shot. The Bulgarian occupation zone included the northeastern corner of the Greek mainland and the islands of Thasos and Samothrace i.e. the present-day region of East Macedonia and Thrace, except for the Evros prefecture, (at the Greek-Turkish border) which, because of its strategic value ...

  2. A brief history of Hungarian armored forces during the Second World War. Hungary officially joined the Axis by signing the Tripartite Pact on 27th September 1940. The first combat action of the Hungarian armored units as part of the combined Axis forces was the invasion of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in April 1941.

  3. Lapland War. Part of the terms for the cessation of hostilities between Finland and the Soviet Union was that Finland was to demand the withdrawal of all German troops from their territory by the 15th of September and, after this deadline, they were to disarm them and hand them over to the USSR, by force if necessary.

  4. › wiki › KuomintangKuomintang - Wikipedia

    After the war, the two parties were thrown back into a civil war. The Kuomintang were defeated in the mainland and escaped in exile to Taiwan while the rest of mainland China became Communist in 1949. Anti-separatism. The KMT is anti-separatist. During its rule on mainland China, it crushed Uyghur and Tibetan separatist uprisings.

  5. World War III (often abbreviated to WWIII or WW3), also known as the Third World War, the "Final War“, the "War to End all Peace", or the "Impossible War", was a global war that lasted from 2022 to 2029 and ended the so called "Long Peace" of the "Pax Americana“. The vast majority of the world's nations -among them all nuclear powers- eventually formed two opposing alliances: the Allies ...

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