By George Bilainkin
Philosophical Library, 1950, 287 pp.
It is to be expected that an approved biography of Marshal Tito, written by a close associate, formerly the director of the Communist journal Borba, should leave a number of questions unanswered. But the figure which is presented has life and personality, and the book contains a great deal of illuminating information, notably, of course, on the rather long background of Stalin-Tito friction and on the strange workings of the Kremlin mind during and after the war. An important source on Jugoslav, Balkan and diplomatic events and personalities.