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C o m p e titio n fo r th e B a lk a n s 39 German Ambassador, while Bulgarian holders of Germany’s Iron Cross were invited to the Reich as guests of the German army. 81 The leaders of the democratic parties opposed this trend on Janu­ ary 18,1941, by publicly advocating a continuation of neutrality. 33 Public opinion also remained unsettled. According to a German intelligence report, much would depend upon the reaction to the arrival of German troops in Bulgaria. ”35 C o m m u n i s t R e a c tio n to t h e N e w P o lic y The Bulgarian Communists attempted to enlist this latent proRussian feeling in their campaign for a treaty with the USSR.

Georgi M. 18 The British Embassy was ordered closed on March 1, the same day that Sofia police claimed 48 SEPTEMBER I939-MAY I94I to have found a bomb of British origin near the city waterworks. 20 In response to these provocations, Great Britain officially severed relations with Bulgaria on March 5, 1941. ”21 When Rendel warned Filov of the implications of an alliance with Ger­ many, Filov haughtily replied that the Bulgarian government needed no advice on how to preserve its independence. 23 On March il the British Embassy staff arrived in Istanbul and pro­ ceeded to the Pera Palace Hotel.

First, because the Soviet Union was not yet involved in the war and not dependent on the Balkans for raw materials, its inter­ vention would have less serious economic consequences. Second, since Russia had already deprived Rumania of Bessarabia and Bukovina, only one additional push would have been necessary to include the Southern Dobruja in a general territorial settlement. Third, the closer the Bulgarian border moved toward Soviet territory, the greater the pressure the USSR could eventually exert on Bulgaria.

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