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Diary April 10, 1941

ethnic German population in Yugoslavia
The ethnic German population in Yugoslavia receives the German troops.
Diary for Thursday, April 10, 1941:

Balkans

Germans capture Zagreb and Monastir. Pavelich and Kvaternik, leaders of Croat freedom organization, the Ustachi, proclaim the separation kingdom of Yugoslavia.

Occupied countries

Denmark: Greenland (Danish possession) to receive US protection.

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