Edited by Sir John Hammerfon NOVEMBER 24.1944 MARSHAL JOSIP BROZ TITO, President of the National Liberation Committee of Yugoslavia, and bodyguard, arrived at Nish in liberated territory for talks with Dr. Subasitch, Premier of King Peter's Government. Agreement between the partisans and the Government was announced on June 16,1941. On October 20, Belgrade, Yugoslav capital, fell to Marshal Tito's forces collaborating with Russia troops under Marshal Tolbukhin. On November 8, Tito was reported in Moscow for talks with Stalin. Photo, NO.U.S. 195 WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8
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