YUGOSLAVIA: New Government

Not a spark of revolt was left in Marshal Tito's nominal superior, young King Peter II. In Britain, the exiled monarch swallowed his brash objections of last January (TIME, Jan. 22), obediently picked three regents (two Titomen, one King's man) from a list of six sent him by the Marshal. With the royal capitulation in his hands, Tito swiftly merged his partisan National Committee of Liberation with the Royal Government of Premier Ivan Subasich to form the new (no longer royal) "Government of Democratic Federal Yugoslavia."

In a new Cabinet of 28 members, the Marshal took the key portfolios...

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