World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF EUROPE: Mihailovich's Second Front

First nation to re-establish headquarters on the Continent to fight the Axis, Yugoslavia last week transferred its army high command from Cairo back to the homeland and made hawk-beaked, fabulous General Draja Mihailovich chief of staff. Because some of his most effective support comes from Communist partisans, who were probably better organized among Slavic peoples than any others in Europe, it was a good guess that General Mihailovich's appointment had the assent of the U.S.S.R. Like most other Serbs, Mihailovich had been pro-Russian in the long-standing Balkan struggle between Teuton and...

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