YUGOSLAVIA: Freedom Takes A Bastion

Freedom Takes a Bastion

On the night of March 26, 1941, most of the Western World went to bed in fear. The hungry, conquered people of Europe slept sluggishly, despairing of deliverance. In the countries which conquest had not yet reached they slept fitfully, aware even in sleep that a blow might fall before morning. The conquerors, too, knew fear, for fear had conquered them first and turned them into conquerors. Across the ocean in the Americas, people who were still free had begun to feel a strange new force coming nearer—a...

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