Josip Broz Tito

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Marshal
Josip Broz Tito
GCLH GCB OMRI GCollSE GColIH RoKavKMO etc.
Josip Broz Tito uniform portrait.jpg
1st Preses o Yugoslavie
In office
14 Januar 1953 – 4 Mey 1980
Prime Meenister Himsel (1953–63)
Petar Stambolić (1963–67)
Mika Špiljak (1967–69)
Mitja Ribičič (1969–71)
Džemal Bijedić (1971–77)
Veselin Đuranović (1977–80)
Precedit bi Ivan Ribar
(as Preses o the Presidency o the Fowk's Assembly)
Succeedit bi Lazar Koliševski
(as Preses o the Presidency)
23rd Prime Meenister o Yugoslavie
In office
2 November 1944 – 29 Juin 1963
Preses Ivan Ribar (1945–53)
Himsel (1953–63)
Precedit bi Ivan Šubašić
Succeedit bi Petar Stambolić
1st Secretar-General o the Non-Aligned Muivment
In office
1 September 1961 – 5 October 1964
Precedit bi Poseetion creatit
Succeedit bi Gamal Abdel Nasser
1st Federal Secretar o Naitional Defense
In office
7 Mairch 1945 – 14 Januar 1953
Prime Meenister Himsel
Precedit bi Poseetion creatit
Succeedit bi Ivan Gošnjak
4t Preses o the League o Communists o Yugoslavie
In office
Mairch 1939 – 4 Mey 1980
Precedit bi Milan Gorkić
Succeedit bi Lazar Mojsov
Personal details
Born Josip Broz
7 Mey 1892(1892-05-07)[nb 1]
Kumrovec, Croatia-Slavonie, Austrick-Hungary
(modren Croatie)
Dee'd 4 Mey 1980(1980-05-04) (aged 87)
Ljubljana, SR Slovenie, SFR Yugoslavie
Restin place Hoose o Flouers, Belgrade, Republic o Serbie
44°47′12″N 20°27′06″E / 44.78667°N 20.45167°E / 44.78667; 20.45167
Poleetical pairty Roushie Communist Pairty (Bolsheviks) (RCP(b))
League o Communists o Yugoslavie (SKJ)
Spoose(s) Pelagija Broz (1919–1939), div.
Herta Haas (1940–1943)
Jovanka Broz (1952–1980)
Domestic partner Davorjanka Paunović
Bairns Zlatica Broz
Hinko Broz
Žarko Leon Broz
Aleksandar Broz
Thrift Machinist, revolutionary, resistance commander, statesman
Awairds 98 internaitional an 21 Yugoslav decorations, includin
Order of the Yugoslavian Great Star Rib.png Order o the Yugoslav Starn
Legion Honneur GC ribbon.svg Legion o Honour
Order of the Bath (ribbon).svg Order o the Bath
Order of Lenin ribbon bar.png Order o Lenin
Cordone di gran Croce di Gran Cordone OMRI BAR.svg Order o Merit o Italy
Ethnicity Croat[1][2][3]
Signatur
Militar service
Allegiance Austrick-Hungary
Yugoslavie
Service/branch Yugoslav Fowk's Airmy
Years o service 1913–1915
1941–1980
Rank Marshal
Commands Pairtisans
Yugoslav Fowk's Airmy (supreme commander)
Battles/wars Warld War I
Roushie Ceevil War
Spainyie Ceevil War
Warld War II

Josip Broz Tito (Cyrillic: Јосип Броз Тито, pronounced [jǒsip brôːz tîto]; born Josip Broz 7 Mey 1892[nb 1] – 4 Mey 1980) wis a Yugoslav revolutionary an statesman, servin in various roles frae 1943 till his daith in 1980.[4]

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Althou Tito wis born on 7 May efter he acame preses o Yugoslavie he celebratit his birthday on 25 Mey tae mark the unsuccessfu 1944 Nazi assassination attempt. The Germans foond forged documents that statit 25 May wis Tito's birthday an attacked him on that day. (Vinterhalter 1972, p. 43.)

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Minahan, James (1998). Miniature Empires: A Historical Dictionary of the Newly Independent States. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 50. ISBN 0313306109. 
  2. Lee, Khoon Choy (1993). Diplomacy of a Tiny State. World Scientific. p. 9. ISBN 9810212194. 
  3. Laqueur, Walter (1976). Guerrilla Warfare: A Historical & Critical Study. Transaction Publishers. p. 218. ISBN 0765804069. 
  4. "Josip Broz Tito". Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Retrieved 27 Aprile 2010.