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

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G. The logical implication ... is to withdraw Allied missions with him ... Hitherto the decision to withdraw has been held up on political grounds that withdrawal ... 's policy towards the Yugoslav Government and that this must await clarification of Tito's attitude towards the King. We consider however that there are the strongest military grounds for immediate withdrawal. G. ' uo On this document, Churchill immediately minuted: 'I agree. ' But in the Foreign Office, Howard minuted: 'I ... ' Sargent and Cadogan both agreed with Howard.

195-201. 21. See below pp. 21o-14. It seems that Brigadier Keble (about whom see Sweet-Escott, p. E. Cairo, was, because of a previous post, still on the circulation list for some of the top secret intercepts. 22. Deakin, p. 185. 23. General Bogoljub llic was Minister of War in the Yugoslav government-in-exile in 1941 andjovan Djonovic was, towards the end of that year, appointed official representative in Cairo of that government. E. in Belgrade in the early years of the war, 24. Deakin, op. , pp.

S, but only so that he could fight back over Tito's political terms. 144 On I 7 February I 944 instructions went to Cairo, from the Foreign Office and the Chiefs of Staff, that the missions should be withdrawn forthwith. 146 Three days later Eden sent a long minute to Churchill urging that Tito's terins should not be accepted and that he should be pressed further over the return of the King. 146 After all, he wrote in a Papers phrase coined by Sargent, u? this is only the first move in the game, and no doubt Tito is sufficiently oriental to be a keen bargainer.

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