Udarna Legija is the Croatian & Slovakian General's Handbook for Panzer Korps. It covers most the Croatian and Slovakian formations from creation to the end of the war, at the divisional level. Includes most major vehicles and organizations
From brigades to legion contingents, Udarna Legija covers most of the vehicles, weapons and organizations you will need to represent the Croatian and Slovakian forces using Panzer Korps.
Brigades, divisions and special formations
Covers the various specialized battalion formations
Details organization at the divisional level
Includes Airforce, Navy, Army, and specialist contingents
Covers Ustache and Police organizations
Campaigns long ignored will be brought to light in this handbook. The incessant engagements involving Chetnicks, Tito's partisans, Soviets and other forces for the conquest and maintaining the Balkans under German influence and control. The Croatian forces, one of the largest contributors of troops to the German war effort, are discussed and organized for use with Panzer Korps. Although small in size, Slovakia and Croatia provided a strong cadre of forces for the German High Command in the war in the east and in the Balkans. Slovakia was the only minor ally to invade Poland in 1939 along with the Germans and Soviets.