Marshal Tito yelled bloody murder, louder and more impressively than ever before. His yell last week rose from a 481-page White Book on the "aggressive activities" of Russia and her satellites against Yugoslavia. Copies were delivered to the Western nations and to U.N. Secretary General Trygve Lie.
Tito's government charged that Rumania, Hungary and Bulgaria are carrying on a "permanent little war" along Yugoslavia's borders. Specifically, the satellites are:
¶ Preparing full-scale mobilization;
¶ Arming at a furious pace, specifically, getting bombers and tanks from Moscow, in direct violation of peace treaties;
¶ Shifting civilian populations from border regions, building army...