In the Claws of the Red Dragon: Ten Years Under Tito's Heel
Personal narrative of a Catholic priest from the Voivodina region regarding the sufferings of the ethnic Danube Swabian Germans under the Tito partisan government in Yugoslavia during the decade after World War II.
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Prologue Josef Haltmayer
Overthrow in Zagreb
The Perilous Homeward Journey
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able allowed already answered appeared arrived asked became become bread brought building called camp carried Catholic cell child Christ Christian church cold commandant Communist Comrade continued covered cross Danube Swabians death died door entered escape ethnic everything eyes face fact Father finally floor Gakowa gave German girl give graves guard hands happened head heart Holy human Hungarian Hungary jail knew labour leave lives looked Lord mass morning mother murder night opened partisans party passed person priest prisoners question received religious remained returned Schutzo seemed Serbian served side silent sister soon speak spiritual suffered taken things thought told took tried turned voice walked woman women young Yugoslavia