First of all the resistance against Germans and Italians erupts straight after the conquering of the country, whereas per example at nearby Greece the guerrilla groups become numerous only at 1943.

And it is from the very beginning also a civil war.

Why was there a civil war and was there a connection between this and the strong resistance to occupation by the Germans/Italians?

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    Can you bring some evidence that there was fierce resistance to German or Italian occupation in Yugoslavia, or that it was "more fierce" than that in other occupied countries?
    – gktscrk
    Jun 29 '20 at 8:03
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    – MCW
    Jun 29 '20 at 10:08
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    Can you be more specific as to what remains unclear to you after reading e.g. World War II in Yugoslavia and related WP articles? As it stands, the question is a bit too broad.
    – DevSolar
    Jun 29 '20 at 11:18
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    @PieterGeerkens: I added a "connective" phrase to improve the question, and joined you in voting to reopen.
    – Tom Au
    Jun 29 '20 at 21:23
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    @PieterGeerkens: Joined by me.
    – gktscrk
    Jun 30 '20 at 6:57