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The Battle of Neretva(1971)

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  • The Battle of Neretva

    • Adrian
    • 3/16/10

    WWII--ACTION IN THE BALKANSBattle of Neretva--Heroic young people from separate Balkan Nations whofought for the same ideals, paying dearly with their own blood, gave their lives to unite Balkan Nations to become as one strong country named Yugoslavia.I would like to mention that this movie had nothing to do withThe Communism and wasn't Biography of the Josip Broz Tito.If people would not recognize their stragle then, we should not recognize any achievements that were in the post-war era.Thank you.

  • The Battle of Neretva

    • Dana
    • 3/16/10

    Battle of NeretvaWWII, Destroying Enemy, GermansShows heroic young people from separate Balkan Nations whofought, some of them died to unite all Balkan Nations tobecome as one strong country named Yugoslavia.I would like to mention that this movie had nothing to do withCommunis and wasn't Biography of the Josip Broz Tito.Mr. Carl Savich, I think you have to finance and make yourmovie, "Communist Propaganda Epic". After viewing your movie I will write you my opinion about it and what you should do with your movie.Thank you.

  • Communist Propaganda Epic

    • Carl Savich
    • 1/6/10

    This movie is filthy Communist propaganda. It was a Communist epic funded by the Communist dictatorship regime of Communist dictator Josip Broz Tito. Tito made himself dictator for life. His Communist government paid for this shameless propaganda rag glorifying the Commies and their sponsor Joseph Stalin. How accurate is this filthy Bolshie propaganda? In Walter R. Roberts' 1973 book Tito, Mihailovic and the Allies, 1941-1945, Roberts showed that Tito and the Communist Partisans collaborated with the Nazis when they feared an Allied invasion of the Balkans. A German memorandum stated that the German-Partisan conversation took place in Gornji Vakuf (west of Sarajevo) on March 11, 1943 in Bosnia. Here Commie Partisans cut a deal with the Nazis to fight the Chetniks. The Communist Partisans collaborated with the Nazis. This Bolshie propaganda needs to be flushed down the toilet, just like Josip Broz, the Bolshie dictator, and Communism itself. This filthy Communist propaganda belongs in the trash can of history.

  • The Battle of Neretva

    • Danula
    • 9/1/09

    I never seen this movie on TV. It's sad because The Battle of Neretva was an action during WWII. Orson Wells, Yul Brynner and other foreign movie stars. This movie shows real horror of the war that young lives are destroyed not only by bullets, disease. Please send me an e-mail when you would be showing.Thank you.

  • WWII--Balkans

    • Daniela & Aca
    • 8/21/09

    This movie was made in Yugoslavia. Action is during WWII in Balkans. It would be an eye opener to all young people who think that war is like a video game. They would see that during the war not only agressor is your enemy, but disease, hunger, misplaced loved ones, weather, terrain, ect.This movie shows realistic picture and horror of the war.History was made in this movie. Yul Brynner, Orson Wells were playing among other foreign actors.Please, it is very important that young generation sees it.You would think that during this horrible time love in the young hearts would killed too, it makes people stronger, united to preseveir everything that is theirs.Please let me knowby email, when you will be showing this movie.Thank you.

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