World War: BALKAN THEATER: War Without End

The most hushed-up campaign of World War II is the war in the steep barren mountains of Serbia that the Axis has not, after more than six months, been able to end. Some of last week's unconfirmed reports on this war:

> There are two Yugoslav "armies" in the field, numbering between 80,000 and 100,000 men. One, largely composed of Regular Army units, which never surrendered, is fighting in eastern Serbia near the border of Bulgaria. The other is operating on the borders of Bosnia in western Serbia. From Bosnia fully 1,000,000...

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