The author was Jugoslav Ambassador in Washington before and during the war. High American officials considered him one of the ablest members of the diplomatic corps. Nevertheless the anti-Tito policy which he recommended was eventually scrapped by Churchill and Roosevelt. In presenting this account of these events, Mr. Fotitch makes no effort to conceal his Serbian nationalist feeling and his resentment at Anglo-American behavior towards Mihailovitch and the Karageorgevitch dynasty.
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