YUGOSLAVIA: Russian Alliance

Serbia (now aggrandized into the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes), on whose account Russia entered the war, sent M. Balugtchetch, Yugo-Slavian Minister to Greece, to negotiate with the Soviet Government a treaty of recognition. No doubts were expressed but that his mission would be successful.

If this should become a fait accompli, Yugo-Slavia will once again enjoy the support of the greatest of Slav nations. With Pan-Germanism dead and buried and Der Drang nach Osten but a blurred memory, Russia, and with Russia Pan-Slavism, will be able to play an...

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