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 marina town started off life as a base for the Yugoslav navy, and Marshal Tito's boys certainly knew how to pick their spot.
Mrs Bandaranaike spoke with relish about her friendship with Zhou Enlai and Marshal Tito while her living room displayed a lively picture of Nehru hoisting one of her daughters in the air.
Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito became the first communist head of state to visit Britain.
1953: Marshal Tito was elected president of Yugoslavia.
The protest rally started in front of the Eternal Flame Memorial, and then the participants marched through Marshal Tito Street.
His exploits were ultimately recognized with the presentation of the Silver Star for gallantry in action as well as a personal commendation from no less than Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito. The Washington Post reported the following quote from one of Hayden's 1944 rating records: "He is essentially a seaman and has demonstrated great skill in handling small vessels on clandestine missions along the Dalmatian coast.
Zia ul Haq was reported to have told the Yugoslav President Marshal Tito in Havana that Pakistan would be true to the basic principles of non-alignment enunciated at the Belgrade conference in 1961.
(10.) Fitzroy Maclean, Eastern Approaches, London: Jonathan Cape, 1949; Stephen Clissold, Whirlwind: An Account of Marshal Tito's Rise to Power, New York: Philosophical Library, 1949; William Deakin, The Embattled Mountain, Oxford: Oxford UP, 1971; Basil Davidson, Special Operations Europe: Scenes from the Anti-Nazi War, London: Irwin Pub, 1980.
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.
Over the years he has welcomed many famous guests including Indira Gandhi, Marshal Tito, Fidel Castro, and Yuri Gagarin.
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.