Foreign News: TITO'S YUGOSLAVIA

Last week Allied correspondents got their first look at Marshal Tito [Josip Broz and his Partisan stronghold in Yugoslavia.* On a bleak mountain airfield, ten miles behind the front, an Allied plane one starry night had deposited TIME Correspondent Stoyan Pribichevich, Reuters' John Talbot and two photographers. Churchill's son, Major Randolph Churchill, met them, started them in a captured German Volkswagen, toward Marshal Tito's hidden headquarters. This is Correspondent Pribichevich's story:

For twelve years I had not seen my old country.

The road wound and looped across a 4,000-ft. Bosnian mountain, chipped by landslides. Deep ravines would suddenly burst upon us like...

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