The British, the Balkan Communists and Macedonia

  • Elisabeth Barker
Part of the Studies in Russian and East European History book series (SREEHS)


In their dealings with the resistance movements of Greece, Yugoslavia and Albania — also Bulgaria — the British were hampered by lack of knowledge of the Communist parties involved and of their relations with one another. Although in Greece they had contacts with Communists as early as 1941, in Yugoslavia and Albania until 1943 they were almost totally ignorant of the leaders, and even after that of the tensions inside the Communist parties or between the party leaders and Moscow.


Communist Party Central Committee Party Leader Balkan Country General Staff 
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© Elisabeth Barker 1976

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