Tito's imperial communism / by R.H. Markham.

Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1947.

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Subjects Politics and government
Tito, Josip Broz, 1892-1980.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Yugoslavia.
Yugoslavia -- Politics and government.
Description xii, 292 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1947.
Contents Who are the Yugoslavs? -- Religions in Yugoslavia -- Mihailovitch appears -- The war comes to Yugoslavia -- Soviet Russia degrades prostrate Yugoslavia -- Mihailovitch organizes underground resistance -- Yugoslavia's social structure -- Yugoslav communists -- Mihailovitch and Tito clash -- The Serbs are massacred -- Mihailovitch's anti-German tactics -- Tito's anti-German tactics -- Tito organizes a revolutionary government -- Tito's military contribution -- Collaboration and accommodation -- Britain throws its support to Tito -- We plunge deeper into Yugoslavia's civil war -- Tito is installed -- Fascists in Tito's ranks -- Balkan Pan-Slavism : Tito's relations with Bulgaria -- The role of Macedonia -- Has the federalization of Yugoslavia brought harmony? -- Tito's regime and the Yalta conference -- What is Tito doing to the common people? Tito menaces Balkan peace.
Geographic Area Yugoslavia
Network Numbers (OCoLC)396637
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WorldCat Identities Markham, R. H. 1887-1949.
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