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  • She told her cell mate, a Yugoslav serving a life sentence as a “Titoist,” that she would tell Major Tamas Gero whatever he wanted to know because, “They already know everything.”

    Enemies of the People

  • She told her cell mate, a Yugoslav serving a life sentence as a “Titoist,” that she would tell Major Tamas Gero whatever he wanted to know because, “They already know everything.”

    Enemies of the People

  • She told her cell mate, a Yugoslav serving a life sentence as a “Titoist,” that she would tell Major Tamas Gero whatever he wanted to know because, “They already know everything.”

    Enemies of the People

  • Regarding the UK and US strategy (apart from the usual), they basically adopted the old Titoist policy, "Smaller Serbia, Bigger Yugoslavia", i. e break up Serbia to make it more manageable.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Nor am I ignorant of that fact that many Croats and others were never content living under the Titoist system.

    Farewell Kosovo. Hello Kosova.

  • Nor am I ignorant of that fact that many Croats and others were never content living under the Titoist system.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • 'You can call me a Titoist,' he said at one point without a trace of irony.

    The dragon's roar

  • 'You can call me a Titoist,' he said at one point without a trace of irony.

    Archive 2007-05-27

  • It later became part of Titoist mythology—and conventional wisdom in the West—that the Yugoslav dictator had broken with Stalin over principle.

    The J Curve

  • It later became part of Titoist mythology—and conventional wisdom in the West—that the Yugoslav dictator had broken with Stalin over principle.

    The J Curve

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