National Affairs: Feeding Tito

For the third time in two weeks, Harry Truman found a way to help Tito's famine-threatened Yugoslavia. From the North Atlantic defense funds the President took $16 million to help feed 32 Yugoslav divisions, arguing that it "will contribute . . . to the security of the North Atlantic area."


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