International: Developing Tactics

With one hand, Tito shoved his U.S. captives across the Trieste frontier. With the other, he sweepingly beckoned six American notables "to visit the Yugoslav frontier of Greece, and such other parts of Yugoslavia as they may deem necessary, to see for themselves what the true situation is." The Americans whom Sava N. Kosanovich, Yugoslavia's Ambassador to Washington, officially invited without prior warning: former Secretary of State James F. Byrnes; former Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr.; Harold E. Stassen; Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick; John Gunther (Inside U.S.A.); Hanson W. Baldwin, N.Y. Times military analyst and frequent target of Moscow...

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