American Reports from Slovenia and Croatia in the Spring of 1919
Lieutenant LeRoy King was member of a US mission collecting data in the territories of the former Habsburg Empire. From thie end of January to mid-May 1919 he had been staying in Zagreb from where 31 reports were sent, including those about Slovenia and the failed offensive attack of Slovene troops in Carinthia in April 1919.
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