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Broz

 (brōz, brôz), Josip
See Marshal Tito.

Broz

(Serbo-Croatian brɔːz)
n
(Biography) Josip (ˈjɔsip). original name of Marshal Tito. See Tito

Ti•to

(ˈti toʊ)

n.
Marshal (Josip Broz), 1891–1980, president of Yugoslavia 1953–80.
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1974 Josef Broz Tito was re-elected as president of Yugoslavia.
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Following a discussion of the possibility of distortions creeping into the archival record, of particular concern with regards to covert organizations, and a review of the previous historical writing on the SOE, the papers discuss such topics as relations with the US's Office of Strategic Services in North Africa; the SOE's political support of Yugoslavia's Josip Broz Tito; the activities of committed communists within the SOE; and the scope of the SOE's involvement in irregular political warfare, psychological warfare, economic warfare, and financial warfare.