ALBANIA: Jugoslavs v. Greeks

Greeks and Jugoslavs have struggled mightily since the War for political control of Albania, a republic bounded by Greece, Jugoslavia and the Adriatic. Last week the influence of Jugoslavia became definitely predominant at Tirana (the capital) when Ahmed Bey Zogu, the Jugoslav-born President of Albania, called to the Premiership Cena Bey, also a Jugoslav by birth. The Greek faction, headed by onetime (June-Dec. 1923) Premier Bishop Fan Stylian Noli (now exiled in Italy), were reported last week to be seeking aid from Premier Mussolini wherewith to regain control of Albania and oust...

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