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Tirana

.jpg right thumb Albania's Liberation Army Prime Commander, Enver Hoxha -- Provisional Communist administration thumb 175px right Mother Albania (File:Mother Albania Tirana 2.JPG). The partisan monument and graveyard on the outskirts of Tirana, Albania The communist partisans had regrouped and gained control of much of southern Albania in January 1944. However, they were subject to German attacks

driving them out of certain areas until June. In May they called a congress of members of the National Liberation Front (NLF), as the movement was by then called) at Përmet, which chose an Anti-Fascist Council of National Liberation to act as Albania's administration and legislature. Hoxha became the chairman of the council's executive committee and the National Liberation Army's supreme commander. The communist partisans defeated the last Balli Kombëtar forces in southern Albania by mid-summer


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