Pogledi zahodnih zaveznikov na nasilje v Jugoslaviji med drugo svetovno vojno
ATTITUDE OF THE WESTERN ALLIES TOWARDS THE VIOLENCE IN YUGOSLAVIA DURING WORLD WAR II
The article focuses on the individual attitudes of the British and Americans towards certain forms of violence in Yugoslavia during World War II, caused by the occupiers and »local« oppo‐ nents. On the basis of the analysis of primary sources from the British and American archives it explores how their intelligence services managed to follow the developments and why the Western Allies were interested in the violence and all its perpetrators. The author hypothesises that the British and Americans were interested in registering as many violent incidents as possible, while they focused mostly on the cases directly involving their soldiers or mission members.
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