THE BALKANS: Toward Warm Water?

Along Greece's northern frontier, "incidents" were occurring with remarkable regularity at the rate of one every other day. British and Russian occupation troops, facing each other across the restive Greco-Bulgar border, were getting into each other's sphere of influence and into each other's hair. The controlled Yugoslav press, taking its cue from Marshal Tito's blast at Greek "terrorism" (TIME, July 16), screamed insistently about "20,000" Slav refugees from Macedonia. To Salonika from Athens hurried Premier Admiral Petros Voulgaris to make a personal investigation.

What was going on? The Greek Governor General of Macedonia said that no refugees...

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