William Deakin: EMBATTLED MOUNTAIN (Bojovna planina)
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contents
     PrefaceXI
     AcknowledgementsXV
     NoteXIX
PROLOGUEI
PART I35
PART II123
EPILOGUE231
     Note on Sources269
     Index275
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PLATES
Frontispieceiii
Tito and members of his staff12
A Partisan detachment: Vicko Krstulović, Commander of the Fourth Dalmatian Zone, in the centre13
‘Pokret’: on the march28
‘Odmor’: a pause28
Carrying the wounded: December 1942.29
Typhus: at the Piva crossing29
The British Mission and escort60
Transporting the Mission radio set60
The dropping zone at Njegobudjo61
The Embattled Mountain from the ancient tombs near Žabljak61
The wooded slopes of Ozren and the Sutjeska river76
The escape route to the north76
Across the Sutjeska valley77
Dragoš Sedlo77
Tito and the author at Jajce108
Tito and Koča Popović: Jajce 1943.109
Tito: Foča, 1942.124
Tito speaking during the AVNOJ celebrations, Jajce, November 1943.124
Moša Pijade125
Peko Dapčević156
Sava Kovačević156
Ivo Lola Ribar157
Alexander Ranković157
Bill Stuart and Vlada Dedijer172
Tito’s radio station, June 1943.172
Walter Wroughton, Glamoč, October 1943.173
The ablutions of Slim Farish204
Glamoč204
General Arthur Phleps, Commander of the S.S. Mountain Division Prinz Eugen, and his staff205
German mountain troops on Maglić220
The enemy ring221
Killing the wounded221
     * With three exceptions all these photographs are reproduced by courtesy of the Military Museum, Belgrade. Those facing page 61 are reproduced through the kindness of Mr. W. N. Armstrong, who took them at Žabljak in 1966;
     the photograph facing page 173 was lent to me by Walter Wroughton.
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The Battle Areafacing page I
Yugoslaviaat end of book
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