YUGOSLAVIA: For King & Country

In Washington, a proud young man from the Serbian mountains told newsmen that General Draja Mihailovich had been misunderstood. While smiling Yugoslav Ambassador Constantin Fotich stood by, offering reporters Scotch and tasty sandwiches, dashing Captain Borislav Todorovich, late of Mihailovich's staff and now assistant military attaché, registered his complete dissent from the evidence on which Allied policy toward Yugoslavia has been based. Said Captain Todorovich:

"General Mihailovich now commands between 35 and 40 thousand effectives . . . will mobilize no less than 400 thousand effectives on the day Allied invasion forces...

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