Yugoslavia's bright-eyed, bustling Premier Ivan Subasich at last put together a new Cabinet. It was a notable achievement—Yugoslavia's nearest approach yet to a national Government, a sharp defeat for General Draja Mihailovich and his intra-nationalist Serbs, a solid victory for Communist Marshal Tito and his Partisans.

Dr. Subasich had traveled 9,000 miles: from the U.S. to Britain to Yugoslavia and back to Britain. He had bridged the chasm between young King Peter and Marshal Tito. He had found a way to reconcile British and Russian interest. He came up with a Cabinet of veteran, moderate politicians representing Yugoslavia's Croat and...

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