The West’s Long War Against Serbia; The Paradoxes of Yugoslav History

Gambit:  an opening move in which a chessman, usually a pawn, is sacrificed to secure a future advantageous position. In World War II and its aftermath, Serbia was the pawn. the Cold War was the chess game. On one side was the British Empire, the Roman Catholic Church, United States, Nazi Germany, Independent State of … Read more The West’s Long War Against Serbia; The Paradoxes of Yugoslav History