Ruth Mitchell, one of the most popular American personalities at the time, found herself in Belgrade, Yugoslavia during World War II. The Gestapo soon arrested her as a follower of Drazha Mihailovic. Before freeing she was in many prisons. After return to America in 1943, she published her memoirs book “The Serbs Choose War” which received extensive exposure and publicity. Lower right: Ruth Michell wearing a cap with Chetnik insignia.

‹ Return to America in WW2 – Yugoslavia

Ruth Mitchell, one of the most popular American personalities at the time, found herself in Belgrade, Yugoslavia during World War II. The Gestapo soon arrested her as a follower of Drazha Mihailovic. Before   freeing she was in many prisons. After return to America in 1943, she published her memoirs book “The Serbs Choose War” which received extensive exposure and publicity. Lower right: Ruth Michell wearing a cap with Chetnik insignia.

Ruth Mitchell, one of the most popular American personalities at the time, found herself in Belgrade, Yugoslavia during World War II. The Gestapo soon arrested her as a follower of Drazha Mihailovic. Before freeing she was in many prisons. After return to America in 1943, she published her memoirs book “The Serbs Choose War” which received extensive exposure and publicity. Lower right: Ruth Michell wearing a cap with Chetnik insignia.

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