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Today in World War II History—March 25, 1941

People of Belgrade demonstrate their support for break-up with the Tripartite Pact, 27 March 1941 (public domain via Digital Library of Slovenia: FZXOQL6Q)

People of Belgrade demonstrate their support for break-up with the Tripartite Pact, 27 March 1941 (public domain via Digital Library of Slovenia: FZXOQL6Q)

80 Years Ago—Mar. 25, 1941: Yugoslavia’s Regent, Prince Paul, signs the Tripartite Pact, joining the Axis powers, over opposition of underage King Peter II.

Anti-Axis protests break out in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.

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