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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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The letter to President Johnson was from lawyer-diplomat Arthur Dean, who, commenting on that article, stated that the situation in Indochina was hardly comparable to Yugoslavia, and that there was "no assurance that Ho Chi Minh would be Titoist in character, except for vaguely defined ideas that historically the North Vietnamese do not like the Chinese.
However, the Titoists had achieved one primary object.
In 1957, most Trotskyists joined the Danmarks Socialistiske Parti (Socialist Party of Denmark or DSP), a party which in its short existence until 1959 gathered lapsed and expelled communists, among them the so-called Titoists.
The Soviet Union is backing the Titoists who are independently minded people.
Also included are Richard Wurmbrand, a Jew convened to Christianity who pastored a church in Bucharest, arrested for continuing to spread the gospel; Bela Szasz, a victim of the Hungarian purge against Titoists in 1948; Robert Lob, a young Chinese Communist who escaped the country after a valiant attempt to manage a factory under the new regime; Harold William Rigney, a Catholic priest arrested as an American spy in China in 1951 and systematically tortured; John Martino, an American political prisoner in Cuba; Dean Van Toai, a Saigon government official rounded up and sent to a North Vietnamese prison for 11 years under the guise of reeducation; and Nien Cheng, a casualty of the Chinese Cultural Revolution.
fascists, communists, Stalinists, Titoists, chetniks, partisans, and kulaks.
Titoists also tried to "bribe" us to voluntarily resign from our positions.
STOJANOVIC: When Titoists came to power in 1945-1946 they triumphantly claimed that ethnic problems in Yugoslavia were resolved forever.
26) The epithet of anti-communist in its negative sense was thus applied to rival or dissenting communists such as Trotskyists, Titoists, Maoists and Eurocommunists.
Instead of asking whether Yugoslavia was really possible again after the genocide and if so, what kind of Yugoslavia, Titoists prevented any serious discussion on the genocide against the Serbs (and the Jews and Gypsies, too).
23) In the obligatory turnaround towards Tito, when the hero become traitor, one detail would have been farcical were it not so tragic: the difficulty of finding any Titoists in the Belgian party.