British Policy Towards Wartime Resistance in Yugoslavia and by Phyllis Auty, Richard Clogg

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E. on the other, there was at times a good deal of friction. E. - anyhow up to May 1943 - did not seem to think it mattered, from the point of view of propaganda and broadcasting, what was actually happening inside Yugoslavia, or what was being said about events in Yugoslavia in the rest of Europe or in Yugoslavia itself. C. , and one tap or the other could be turned on or off at a moment's notice, or else both could be turned on in exactly the right mixture. C. itself, took a different view - roughly, that successful propaganda must be closely related to hard facts and that hard facts cannot be successfully concealed over a long period.

Foot, in The Fourth Dimension of Waifare (London, 1970) ed. M. Elliott-Bateman, p. 2 I. 7· Sweet-Escott, pp. E. in France, pp. 7, 8. 8. Details but not the text of the charter are given in J. R. M. Butler, History of the Second World War, Grand Strategy, II (London, I957) p. 26I. g. Churchill, op. , III 148. IO. His name was Captain Koutsogiannopoulos, a captain in the Greek navy; see C. M. Woodhouse, 'Early British Contacts with the Greek Resistance', Balkan Studies, XII (I97I) 348. I I. One W /T set had been taken over by Mihailovic, and the other Hudson had left behind in Montenegro as being too heavy to carry during his arduous journey through the mountains on his way to join Mihailovic.

As a result, they consistently belittled the Partisans' activities and utility as well as MihailoviC's faults and failings; and it was with some difficulty that they were persuaded at Sir A. Cadogan's meeting to take steps to contact the Partisans ... Eventually they came, rather half-heartedly, into line ... E. London certainly seem to have put up a stiff rearguard action. Early in March the Chiefs of Staff said that Liberators were not available and suggested that it would be a mistake to back both sides since there were hardly enough aircraft available to back one side effectively.

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