Yugoslav Royal Air Force
The Royal Yugoslav Air Force (Vazduhoplovstvo Vojske Kraljevine Jugoslavije, VVKJ), was formed in 1918 in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (renamed to Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929) and existed until Yugoslavia's surrender to the Axis powers in 1941 following the Invasion of Yugoslavia during World War II.
Some 18 aircraft and several hundred aircrew escaped the Axis invasion of April 1941 to the Allied base in Egypt, eventually flying with the Royal Air Force in the Northern Africa initially and then with the Balkan Air Force in Italy and Yugoslavia, with some even going on to join the Soviet Air Force, returning to Yugoslavia in 1944.
Germany distributed captured Royal Yugoslav Air Force aircraft and spare-parts to Romania, Bulgaria, Finland and the newly created Independent State of Croatia.

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No. 352 Squadron RAF - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
352 Squadron RAF was a Yugoslav-manned fighter-bomber squadron of the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. The squadron was also known as ...
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The full name of the branch was Air Force and Anti-Air Defense (Ratno zrakoplovstvo i protuzračna obrana, RZ i PZO or ... Main article: Royal Yugoslav Air Force ...
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Axis History Forum • Royal Yugoslavian Air Force
I'm planning to write a novel about a colonel in the Royal Yugoslav Air Force at the time of the German invasion and his adventures throughout ...
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RAF 32 Squadron Bailed Out in Yugoslavia - BBC
In 1944 he was shot down over Yugoslavia and with the help of partisans evaded the Germans and returned to ...
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A small Serbian Military Aviation unit was first formed in December 1912, with French-trained Army officers. The unit saw active service in the ...
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Squadrons are the main form of flying unit of the Royal Air Force (RAF). ... (340- 347); 2.10 Belgian Manned (349-350); 2.11 Yugoslav Manned (351-352) ... 14.1 Australian Flying Corps Training Squadrons; 14.2 University Air Squadrons; 14.3 ...
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The King completed his education at Cambridge University and joined the Royal Air Force. When the Yugoslav Army collapsed, two rival resistance groups ...
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Spitfires of the No 352 (Y) Squadron RAF before first mission on 18 August 1944, ... under the Mediterranean Allied Air Forces that operated mainly in Yugoslavia, .... Oxford University Press) ISBN 0-19-280666-1; Milanović, Djordje (1978).
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Yugoslav Air Forces Evacuate King Petar II and Members of Government to Greece ... his education at Cambridge University and joined the Royal Air Force.
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King Peter II completed his education at Cambridge University and joined the Royal Air Force. Despite the collapse of the Yugoslav army two rival resistance ...
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31 Squadron is part of the 138 Expeditionary Wing at RAF Marham ... in Operation ENGADINE, NATO operations over the Former Republic of Yugoslavia . ... Richard Yates, known as Rich, joined the Royal Air Force as a University Cadet and ...
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Mar 29, 2013 ... King Peter II of Yugoslavia. ... He completed his education at Cambridge University and joined the Royal Air Force, and was recognized by the ...
Petar II | World War II Database
In Britain, he completed a degree at Cambridge University and then joined the Royal Air Force. He never returned to Yugoslavia. He was deposed on 29 Nov ...
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The Yugoslav Royal Air Force had purchased its first Breguet-s as far back as , thereafter license building another  examples. Most of these were destroyed during the German Blitzkrieg of April , but enough survived to ...
Our man in Yugoslavia: the story of a Secret Service operative
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In July 1943 Churchill asked Menzies for a digest 'of the “Boniface” about Yugoslavia, Albania and Greece during the last two months or thereabouts, ... 338; AHB file II/17/7, Royal Air Force narrative, Special Duty Operations in Europe, pp.
War and Revolution in Yugoslavia, 1941-1945: The Chetniks
War and Revolution in Yugoslavia, 1941-1945: The Chetniks
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Stara Jugoslavia i komunizam (Old Yugoslavia and Communism). Zagreb, 1967. Richards, Denis. Royal Air Force, 1939-1945, Vol I, The Fight at Odds. History of the Second World War, United Kingdom Military Series. London, 1953. Rintelen ...
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Other Forces - Second RAF Yugoslav fighter squadron
Yugoslav ground crew wheel a trolley of 3-inch rocket projectiles past re-armed Hawker Hurricane Mark IVs of No. 351 (Yugoslav) Squadron RAF in their dispersals at Prkos, Yugoslavia (today Croatia), March-April 1945. The No. 351 was the second operational Yugoslav unit in the RAF and was formed in Libya, at Benina, on 1 July 1944, but on September moved to Southern Italy, where it became part of No.281 Wing, Balkan Air Force (alongside the first Yugoslav fighter squadron, No.352) with base at Canne and detachment at Vis, after the liberation of this Adriatic island, and Prkos as advanced bases. The unit’s main role was ground attack missions in support of Tito's partisans. The Squadron operated until the end of the war and was disbanded on 15 June 1945. Victor Sierra
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Avijacija 1:48: Spitfire Mk. Vbt, No. 352 (Y) RAF Squadron
This time something more exotic than Luftwaffe, a Yugoslav Supermarine Spitfire Mk. Vb trop (ES264/X) with Merlin engine and inscription Slovenec (Slovene), which served in the No.
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Peter II, the last King of Yugoslavia reburied in Serbia | www.historynotes.info
A state funeral of the last King of Yugoslavia, Peter II (1923 - 1970), has taken place near Belgrade in the family church in
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Illuminating Lake County, Illinois History: King Peter II Returns to Yugoslavia
King Peter II of Yugoslavia. The remains of the only king to be buried in the United States were repatriated from Libertyville to Serbia this January.
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Peter II and Queen Alexandra of Yugoslavia | Artemisia's Royal Den
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Royal Yugoslav Airforce fighters - Ready for Inspection - Aircraft - Britmodeller.com
Page 1 of 2 - Royal Yugoslav Airforce fighters - posted in Ready for Inspection - Aircraft: That are 1/48 models of RYAF fighters that I made for Exhibition to mark the 70 anniversary of the defense of Belgrade, 6th April 1941Ikarus Ik-2Rogozarski Ik-3Hawker Hurricane Mk1Messerschmitt Me-109E
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NATO’s 1999 War on Yugoslavia: The Bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade. Was it Deliberate? | Global Research
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F-86F Yugoslavian Air Force - Work in Progress - Aircraft - Britmodeller.com
Page 1 of 2 - F-86F Yugoslavian Air Force - posted in Work in Progress - Aircraft: Me again with a new project... This model is just for fun, I want to try some paints. Decals:Only problem on this kit is that little gap, you don't need putty for this Sabre... (almost )Pictures soon!Cheers,Nenad
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