Third Enemy Offensive
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The Third Enemy Offensive forms part of the Seven Enemy Offensives framework in Yugoslav historiography. It consisted of two major counter-insurgency operations conducted in occupied Yugoslavia during 1942. It may refer to:
- Operation Trio, a joint German-Italian counter-insurgency operation in eastern Bosnia from 20 April to 13 May 1942
- 1942 Montenegro offensive, an Italian-led counter-insurgency operation in the Italian governorate of Montenegro and eastern Herzegovina from mid-May to June 1942
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