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.
Interesting that you say that, because when I went back to school about 20 years ago, there was an older Slovene lady in one of my classes that I befriended. She told me that her father, a Slovene, was one of Mihailovic's Chetniks during the war. Her parents wound up bringing her and her brother to the US when Mihailovic was murdered by the communists. She sang Mihailovic's praises, too.