YUGOSLAVIA: The Gale of the World

Darkness crept into the huge courtroom as the toneless voice (which once sang resonantly in the Serbian mountains) droned on & on. For the first time in six weeks the crowd of a thousand spectators ceased their hissing. They listened intently to Draja Mihailovich's last defense. He spoke with calm and sincerity, as if he knew that history would heed him even though Communist Tito's court would not.

Nothing that Mihailovich could say would wipe out abundant evidence that some of his Chetnik troops collaborated with the Germans. His tale was of how and why they came to do so,...

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