BATTLE OF EUROPE: Forces Joined

From Yugoslavia, where Serb patriots under General Draja Mikhailovitch have been fighting pitched battles with Nazi troops, came word that Yugoslav and Greek "freedom armies" had joined forces, would henceforth fight a unified campaign. Communiques from the Axis lines told of capturing a town from the Chetniks, of the execution of 57 men and seven women for anti-Nazi activity.

Scattered and secret as most of it was, the Battle of Europe was still being fought.

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