Yugoslavia: Prince Paul or a Coup?
British policy towards Yugoslavia between 1939 and 1941 was plagued by three problems: geography, or the impossibility of giving military help to Yugoslavia without controlling either the Adriatic or Salonika; the Serb-Croat division; and uncertainty over Prince Paul. All had grave consequences.
KeywordsSoviet Government General Staff Military Authority Prince Regent British Policy
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