Whitaker, John T.
February 1940
Saturday Evening Post;2/17/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 34, p27
The article provides a historical background on Balkans during World War I. It states that the Balkans kept its peace during the war because the rulers played it safe. It cites that the Balkans government's power stood firm during the first months of the war. It asserts that even though the Balkans have exhibited a slightly bolder front since Russia invaded Finland, the governments of the various capitals are still playing it safe.


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