Women's Antifascist Front


Women's Antifascist Front

Women's Antifascist Front may apply to any of the following feminist movements associated with Yugoslav partisans during World War II:

*Women's Antifascist Front of Bosnia and Herzegovina
*Women's Antifascist Front of Croatia
*Women's Antifascist Front of Kosovo
*Women's Antifascist Front of Macedonia
*Women's Antifascist Front of Montenegro
*Women's Antifascist Front of Serbia
*Women's Antifascist Front of Slovenia
*Women's Antifascist Front of Vojvodina


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