International Conflicts at the End of World War II
(Estimates and Reports of the Office of Strategic Services)
On the basis of the documents of the U.S. intelligence organisation Office of Strategic Services (OSS) kept by the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, D.C, the author outlines a few issues concerning Yugoslavia in general and the territory of Slovenia in particular at the end of World War II: the nothern border with Austria, the western border with Italy and the issue of Trieste, the attitude towards a restoration of a Yugoslav state and/or a Catholic confederation in Central Europe, as well as opposing views of these issues by the U.S. and British intelligence services.
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