An historical study of the diplomatic relations between the United States and Yugoslavia from 1943 until 1949
Greiwe, William H.
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The thesis traces the diplomatic history of U. S.- Yugoslav relations from the first United States interest in the Tito-Mihailovic crisis during World War II, until the United States agreed to contribute economic aid to Yugoslavia in 1949. The periods covered include the gradual movement of Yugoslavia from British sphere to American sphere through American involvement in the Tito-Subasic Agreement, the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, and the Yalta agreements. Following the end of World War II, diplomatic relations cooled because of the Mihailovic and Stepinac trials, the loss of two American aircraft over Yugoslavia, and the Trieste clashes. When Tito broke with the Cominform in 1948, the United States, it is proposed, developed a sound and lasting policy of assistance toward Yugoslavia that continues today. This policy has been the blueprint for America's Eastern Europe position.
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