Serbian soldiers are known, admired and respected for their bravery, even if it be accompanied with savage brutality. They are good fighters—and that is more than can be said for other Balkan soldiers.

Stefan Radich, leader of Yugoslavia's Croatian autonomists*, probably thinks the Serbian soldiers are "too good." Last week, he demanded as the price of supporting the Government that the Yugoslavian Army be reduced by one-half.

Premier Liouba Davidovitch, Chief of a shaky coalition Cabinet, felt himself unable to accede to Radich's demands, mainly because of...

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