Ally betrayed, the uncensored story of Tito and Mihailovich, by David Martin; foreword by Rebecca West.

New York, Prentice-Hall, 1946.

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Subjects Mihailović, Draža, 1893-1946.
Tito, Josip Broz, 1892-1980.
Yugoslavia -- History -- Axis occupation, 1941-1945.
Description xviii, 372 pages illustrations, maps, plates, portraits 21 cm
Copyright Date 1946.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 359-360).
Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS -- Yugoslavia: key to Europe -- Yugoslavia between the wars -- Revolution and invasion -- The epic of Mihailovich -- The massacre of Kraguyevats -- Enter Tito -- The campaign against Mihailovich -- The Ustachi massacres (I) -- The Ustachi massacres (II) -- Totalitarianism for export -- How allied military intelligence was falsified -- On collaboration with the enemy: the generic history -- The monarchy -- Mihailovich and the Soviet Union -- Progressives and reactionaries -- On accommodations with the Italians -- Mihailovich and the Germans -- The conflict over strategy -- Down to fundamentals -- The civil war -- The abandonment of Mihailovich -- How Britain and America made Tito -- The rescue of the American airmen -- The liberation of Yugoslavia -- Drazha Mihailovich: the man and his movement -- The case of those who refused -- The new regime takes shape -- Primer for totalitarians -- Letter to a vacillating socialist -- Stations of the cross.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Yugoslavia
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1264630
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WorldCat Identities Martin, David, 1914-
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