The only leader of open warfare against Adolf Hitler on the continent of Europe today is a gallant, stocky man who likes to play peasant songs on the mandolin. For months, in the Yugoslav mountains south of Belgrade, General Draja Mihailovich and his 100,000 super-guerrillas have fought off as many as seven German divisions (TIME, Dec. 15), inspired by a magnificent will to resist. But recently General Mihailovich radioed the exiled Yugoslav Government in London that his ammunition was running low.

He holds none of Yugoslavia's munitions factories. He has some outside aid from unrevealed sources-perhaps by air from Russia. Last...

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