A uniformed member of the U.S. Women's Army Corps (WAC) reads a letter from a soldier named Sergeant Lowry, asking why Army-Navy Screen Magazine doesn't show pictures of Marshal Tito, famous Yugoslav patriot. In response, the next scene shows rugged mountains of Yugoslavia, where Marshal Tito has his headquarters, in World War 2. Closeup of Marshal Tito flanked on his left, by British Brigadier General Fitzroy Maclean, Winston Churchill's special envoy to the Yugoslav leader, and on his right, barely seen, U.S. Office of Strategic Services (OSS) Officer Morris “Moe” Berg. The three step down to a lower porch at the headquarters building, where Moe Berg pumps his arm in the air several times as he speaks to General Maclean. Tito smiles, smokes his pipe, and makes some comment to them. The scene shifts to a photographer as he finishes taking a still picture of Tito and his principal staff officers, standing in a group, along with Tito's dog, Tigar.
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