Marshal Tito


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Noun1.Marshal Tito - Yugoslav statesman who led the resistance to German occupation during World War II and established a communist state after the war (1892-1980)Marshal Tito - Yugoslav statesman who led the resistance to German occupation during World War II and established a communist state after the war (1892-1980)
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The activist walk took place from the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, through the Marshal Tito Street ending at the Children of Sarajevo Square.
All were warmly welcomed by Marshal Tito, then president of the now dissolved country Yugoslavia, who used the island as his summer residence after World War II.
Serbia, for example, finds inspiration in the legacy of Marshal Tito, who was president of Yugoslavia for much of the Cold War.
AT one stage in history, the capital of Austria saw the likes of Josef Stalin, Leon Trostky and Marshal Tito all live within a few miles of each other.
Over the years he has welcomed many famous guests including Indira Gandhi, Marshal Tito, Fidel Castro, and Yuri Gagarin.
1953: Marshal Tito was elected president of Yugoslavia.
1953: Marshal Tito makes historic visit to London Marshal Josef Tito of Yugoslavia has arrived in Britain, the first Communist head of state to visit the country.
Highlights for Angela and Joe include a visit to Pula, home of one of the world's largest amphitheatres, an excursion to the Brijuni Islands - the holiday playground of former Yugoslav leader Marshal Tito - and a sunset boat trip accompanied by acappella singers.
With the end of the conflict the Communists, under Marshal Tito, were recognized as the leaders of liberated Yugoslavia.
Dr Nkrumah, like Marshal Tito of former-Yugoslavia, was an independent socialist who was not a puppet of the Soviet Union.
Later she stops before a statue of Marshal Tito, who grants her wish to become a frog; she's followed by Clinton--who also wishes to become a frog because he's "red up with all the carnage"-and by the rest of the population, though the politicians are condemned to remain as they are.
Hemon writes of his childhood that, "we all loved socialism, our country, and its greatest son, our marshal Tito.