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Tito

Marshal. original name Josip Broz. 1892--1980, Yugoslav statesman, who led the communist guerrilla resistance to German occupation during World War II; prime minister of Yugoslavia (1945--53) and president (1953--80)
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Nearly a month after the paper's offices were destroyed, Haxhiu, with a skeleton staff of 23, including Arifaj, began working out of a one-room office on Marshal Tito Street in Tetovo on borrowed computer equipment and with one cell phone.
It is located in Serbia, one of the six republics that Marshal Tito ruled as Yugoslavia from the end of World War II until his death in 1980.
Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia gave him a very special award for his daring - two tins of anchovies.
The British abandoned Gen Draza Mihajlovic, leader of one of the insurgent parties in Yugoslavia, and sided with his rival Marshal Tito.
She would tell you that our revolutionary regime, which regarded loose tongues and levity as political crimes and those caught in the act as unhealthy elements, was a huge pile of shit, and that included Marshal Tito himself.
He was moved by the feeling of community he experienced in Yugoslavia while interviewing Marshal Tito.
In Zimmerman's view, Marshal Tito was partly responsible for the rise of ultranationalism, because his long-lived communist regime forbade any democratic venting of ethnic concerns.
It was re-united with Herzegovina as a Federal Republic in 1946, under the Yugoslavian States ruled by Marshal Tito, who being the head of the Communist government of Yugoslavia did not hesitate even to accept aids from USA, UK and France.
The Bosnian Moslems, for example, had only been set up as a definitive ethnic group by Marshal Tito in 1974.
1942), My Native Land (1943), and The Eagle and the Roots (1952), a biography of Marshal Tito.
The start of the march is in front of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, and the participants will walk through Marshal Tito Street of to the Children of Sarajevo Square.