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The Silent People Speak
The Silent People Speak
By Robert St. John
Doubleday, 1948, 397 pp

St. John first became acquainted with Jugoslavia during the Nazi invasion in 1941 and wrote of these adventures in his "From the Land of the Silent People." The present volume, telling of another visit, is vivid in phraseology but inaccurate in detail and is vitiated throughout by an uncritical pro-Tito bias.