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1 posted on 05/27/2009 7:43:07 AM PDT by Ravnagora
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2 posted on 05/27/2009 7:46:49 AM PDT by Ravnagora
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An amazing man. He saved over 500 hundred US and British airmen and was thrown away like a candy wrapper by Truman at the behest of (as it turned out, Communist) advisors to Churchill.

He was a giant of a WWII hero, who was fanatically loved by his soldiers and the common Serb people, but ultimately betrayed by US Democrats and murdered by Eurotrash Communists (I know, it's redundant, but hey...WTF).

There was a great book published recently about him and his operation to rescue our people right out from under the German's noses called "The Forgotten 500".

3 posted on 05/27/2009 8:23:51 AM PDT by conservativeharleyguy (Democrats: Over 60 million fooled daily!)
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>>>>>>>In 1948, U.S. President Harry Truman posthumously awarded Mihailovic the Legion of Merit award for his role in rescuing hundreds of U.S. airmen downed by the Nazis over Serbia.<<<<<<<

This should be read veeery slooowly. Harry Truman awarded Mihailovic almost in secrecy in May 1948. Official explanation was that U.S.A. did not want to iritate Yugoslav Government. This makes no sense because Cold War was in full swing and Tito was Stalin's lap dog. However, less than a month later (june 28th, St. Vitus Day), Communist dictator Tito renegged against Stalin and the entire Communist bloc.

From this detail, I deduct that Tito secured American support before May 1948 and Harry Truman did not want to jeopardize ongoing operation by iritating Tito.

That's why Operation Halyard remained secret until recently. This story is far from over.

If I am right, the American post-war policy towards Serbia is more understandable. United States policy in the Balkans is the continuation of the policy of The Third Reich and destruction of Serbia is its objective.

Tito merely did what he was told to do. The sons and daughters of Tito's henchmen are now in power in Belgrade and they also do as being told by their U.S. puppetmaster.

No wonder they do not want to find the grave of Gen. Mihailovic. The entire construction of U.S-sponsored Communist lies could topple.

The most credible story I heard so far is that Mihailovic he was murdered on Ada Ciganlija, thrown into latrine and latrine filled with quicklime afterwards. No grave, no remains.

The sons and daughters of Communists can not confess what their parents did.

5 posted on 05/27/2009 8:40:10 AM PDT by DTA
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“Mihailovic is particularly respected among Serbs in America”

My mother would rarely talk about her life in the camps during WWII but she was not shy about her praise for Mihailovic. He was a man greatly admired by the Slovene people caught between a German invader and an Ally backed butchering communist at home.

6 posted on 05/27/2009 9:35:34 AM PDT by Cyman
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“Mihailovic is particularly respected among Serbs in America”

My mother would rarely talk about her life in the camps during WWII but she was not shy about her praise for Mihailovic. He was a man greatly admired by the Slovene people caught between a German invader and an Ally backed butchering communist at home.

7 posted on 05/27/2009 9:35:50 AM PDT by Cyman
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