The 1960s and 1970s were full of left-wing populists, many of whom led national or anti-colonial movements in their countries: Ahmed Ben Bella of Algeria, Ahmed Sukarno of Indonesia, Julius Nyerere of Tanzania, Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, Josip Broz
Tito of Yugoslavia, Saddam Hussein of Iraq, Muammar Gaddafi of Libya, Yasser Arafat of Palestine, to mention a few.
Reading out the message of Serbian Foreign Minister, issued on the occasion of the National Mourning Day of Bangladesh, Milan Milanovic highlighted the deep friendship of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and former President of Yugoslavia Marshal Josip Broz
At Grujevski's order, a wiretapping system was set up not only in the Interior Ministry but also in the former Aeroklub across the street from the Josip Broz
Tito High School in the center of Skopje and was connected to the wiretapping system at the Interior Ministry communications surveillance department.
Several hundred participants gathered at the BaA!carsija square in Sarajevo Old Town and took a walk through central streets towards the Eternal Flame Memorial and further to the statue of Josip Broz
Tito in the Sarajevo University Campus.
Summary: In 1971, world leaders as varied as Yugoslav President Josip Broz
Tito, Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco, U.S.
By what name was Yugoslav statesman Josip Broz
He knew about the famous Yugoslav leader, Marshall Josip Broz
Tito, and his "independent" brand of communism, and expected that the border would not be a challenging one, unlike crossing to West Berlin, which always featured harassment from the East German Volkspolizei.
Martin, a combat pilot who said he flew "63 and a half" missions during World War II as part of the barrier-breaking Tuskegee Airmen, was shot down over German-occupied territory on the 64th and spent five weeks trying to return to Allied lines with the help of Josip Broz
Tito's anti-fascist Yugoslav partisans, died July 26 at a senior living center in Olympia Fields, Ill.
After late communist leader Josip Broz
Tito's death in 1980, Yugoslavia started falling apart amid political bickering between its republics.
Synopsis: Josip Broz
(1892--1980), nicknamed Tito, led Yugoslavia for nearly four decades with charisma, cunning, and an iron fist.
1980 - Yugoslav President Josip Broz
Tito dies at the age of 87.