Yugoslav-Americans and National Security During World War II
Lorraine M. Lees explores the persistent tension between ethnicity and national security by focusing on the Yugoslav-American community during World War II. Identified by the Roosevelt administration as the most representative example of the ethnic conflict they sought to address, the Yugoslav-American community suffered from a severe political split, as right-wing monarchists loyal to Mihajlovi´c and the Chetniks battled left-wing supporters of Tito's partisans… [From Amazon.com]
University of Illinois Press
Yugoslav Americans, World War II, Internal security, Subversive activities, United States
American Politics | Political History | Race and Ethnicity | United States History
Lees, Lorraine M., "Yugoslav-Americans and National Security During World War II" (2007). History Faculty Bookshelf. 15.