My Native Land

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My Native Land

By Anna Louise Strong
Viking, 1940
299 pp. $2.75

The author, an American citizen born in Slovenia, is well known as a writer on Jugoslavia and as a leader among radical elements in the South Slav community in the United States. On so explosively controversial a topic as the Jugoslav problem one apparently cannot hope for objectivity. Mr. Adamic states the case for Tito and his Partisans against Mikhailovich and his Chetniks with passion and eloquence. He also gives his views on Jugoslav federalism and suggests the future organization of the Balkans in harmony with Soviet policy.

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