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The Fighting Guerrillas (1943)
"Chetniks" (original title)

 -  Drama | War  -  11 January 1943 (USA)
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Credited cast:
Philip Dorn ...
Gen. Draja Mihailovitch
Anna Sten ...
Lubitca Mihailovitch
Shepperd Strudwick ...
Lt. Aleksa Petrovic, Mihailovitch's aide (as John Shepperd)
Virginia Gilmore ...
Natalia, Brockner's secretary
Col. Brockner
Felix Basch ...
Gen. von Bauer
Frank Lackteen ...
Maj. Danilov
Patricia Prest ...
Nada, Mihailovitch's daughter
Merrill Rodin ...
LeRoy Mason ...
Capt. Sava
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ernst Hausman ...
German Corporal


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THIS VERY MOMENT...A Nazi troop train is being destroyed...! Live, love, fight with Draja Mihailovitch and his fighting guerrillas! See more »


Drama | War





Release Date:

11 January 1943 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Chetniks! The Fighting Guerillas  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Das Horst Wessel-Lied
Written by Horst Wessel
English Lyrics by Charles Henderson
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Chetniks, the true story
25 July 2010 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This is a story about a man, who ran the first resistance in Europe. A man that later on will be deserted by all of his allies because he had put national interest before any other. True Serbian hero, fighting and dying for his country and democratic cause. Yes, he was fighting against Communists, Nazis and Ustashe (croatians who performed the most monstrous genocide against Serbians). He did fought together with Italians in Dalmatia to protect Serbian population, but never on the same side with Germans. There were some divisions of Chetniks that did fight along with Germans but they were not under his command (Kosta Pecanac). During the II WW, he received a medal from president Truman for his "fight for democratic cause and freedom". After the war, because of the political games run by Soviets and English, his movement lost the support from the allies and he was left alone to fight against the enemies. His movement saved from certain death so many American airmen, and they wanted to save him, realizing that he would get murdered but he refused saying :"This is my country, i would die in my country". Anyway, president of the USA and survived American pilots did not forget him building a monument in his honor after the war.

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