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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