YUGOSLAVIA: What Price Liberation?

In London last week Premier Slobodan Yovanovich resigned his post as head of Yugoslavia's Government in Exile. A six-month-old crisis besetting Yugoslavia's political remnants abroad was out in the open. Over two years of evasions, intergovernmental machinations and international blunders were paying off. The Yugoslav Government in Exile now faced the choice between firm action and oblivion. The choice would have to be made soon, for Britain, strongest supporter of the exiled Government, was fed up with watching the fumbling which has prejudiced the Yugoslav Government in the eyes of the world and brought to the occupied Yugoslav nation...

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