INTERNATIONAL: The Caves of Europe

The Yugoslav Government-in-Exile was hastily formed in the summer of 1941 by men who symbolized most of the political errors of the past two decades. Last week the sexagenarian exiles gave themselves an overdue shake-up and ousted bent, deaf, secretive, forgetful Foreign Minister Momchilo Ninchich.

One of the richest men in Yugoslavia, and the man who signed the U.S. master Lend-Lease agreement in 1942, Ninchich was a sacrifice in a Cabinet reshuffle designed to "achieve unity among various groups inside the country and to strengthen the Government." His place was taken by another oldster, Premier Slobodan Yovanovich, who announced that...

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