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Check out my other websites too:
Not Retired From Learning! http://www.notretiredfromlearning.com
Bizic Education Enterprises.
"The Power of Three"--> www.mimbizic.com
And the Moon Township Historical Society website:
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From Carl Savich:
"The American Crusader was a combination of Superman and Captain America. He had superhuman strength, was impervious to bullets, and he could fly. He is a mild-mannered professor by day who transforms into a superhero to defend democracy and freedom. He was known as "The Defender of Democracy". He meets Draza Mihailovich on page five, an image of Mihailovich which is based on the Time magazine cover from 1942. The publisher and editor of Thrilling Comics was Ned Pines, who also published Real Life Comics, which featured Draza Mihailovich on the cover in 1942."
From Carl Savich, posted on Facebook 12/23/11
"An important aspect usually missed is the material or tangible contributions that Draza Mihailovich and the Chetniks made to the Allied victory during World War II, especially in the United States.
His image and likeness was used to sell war bonds and stamps not only through this comic book, but countless others.
And "The Chetniks" radio play starring Orson Welles and Vincent Price was produced by the U.S. Treasury Department to promote the sale of war bonds and stamps.
From a legal point of view, Draza Mihailovich and the Chetniks made a major monetary or material contribution to the Allied and U.S. war effort because you can license a name or image.
In other words, Draza Mihailovich and the Chetniks made contributions that were tangible and quantitative that contributed to the final Allied victory."