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When the Sky Was Burning

  • Documentary TV Film
  • 83’
historical
  • 1995
  • Slovenia

The film is a story about allies during the World War Two in Slovenia, about their contacts with chetniks and partisans, and about the rescuing of the shot down allied planes. In the beginning of the war, every ally capable of weakening the striking force of the axis powers was welcome. In Yugoslavia, Britains first sought contact with Draža Mihajlović, but they soon found out that chetniks were cooperating with Italians and Germans. Members of the first mission in 1943 were Slovenes from the costal region. What, in fact, were the goals of the allies in the Balkans?

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Alternative title
When the Sky Was Burning (english)
Genres
historical
Production countries
Slovenia
Technical data
Aspect ratio
1,37:1 Academy
Duration and length
83 minutes / 910 meters
Colour
Colour
Negative format
film 16mm
Screening formats
video Betacam

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