THE BALKANS: Salute for Tito

General Sir Henry Maitland Wilson, Commander in Chief in the Middle East, had heard enough. For a year the rival claims of General Draja Mihailovich's Chetniks and Drug (Comrade) Tito's Partisans had blurred the picture of resistance in Yugoslavia. For a year the Yugoslav Government in Exile had sought to bury the fact that its War Minister, Serb Mihailovich, was doing little or nothing, that all or most of the pressure on the Nazis was coming from Tito's guerrillas, who call themselves the Army of Liberation (TIME, Dec. 14, 1942). Each band has accused the other of working with...

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