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1980. 4 MAY - TITO DIED - FACTS !


 

WHO WAS TITO ?
/Komputer translation/

1892 - 7th May: Josip Broz was born in Kumrovec (Croatia), the son of small farmers Franjo Broz and his wife Maria (born Javersek).
1907 - After school he began an apprenticeship.
1910 - With the completion of his apprenticeship he moved to Zagreb (Croatia). He is a union member and joined the Social Democratic Party of Croatia.
1911 - Broz is unemployed and goes to Slovenia in order to find employment.
1912 - With several colleagues, he moves to Bohemia, Bavaria, Mannheim, in the Ruhr and to Vienna, where he works during short periods.
1913 - Broz is convened in the Austria-Hungarian army and comes to a Zagreb Home Guard Regiment.
1915 - January: In the First World War, his regiment moved to the Carpathian front. March: Broz is wounded and falls into Russian captivity.
1917 - After his release from captivity, he takes in Petrograd (now St. Petersburg in part) to the socialist demonstrations. He joined the Red Guards.
1920 - Marries Pelagia Belousova. Broz returned to Zagreb and became a member of the newly formed Communist Party of Yugoslavia (CPY).
1921 - Following the ban of communist activities, he works as a mechanic in Veliko Trojstvo.
1924 - He is a member of the district committee of the now illegal Communists in Bjelovar.
1925 - Broz worked at the shipyard of Kraljevica (Croatia).
1926 - As Gewerkschaftsagitator he is involved in the organization of strikes.
In 1927 - after his return to Zagreb Broz is district secretary of the metalworkers union. He is now working solely as a political functionary. Because dissemination of communist writings he is sentenced to prison on parole.
1928 - As Secretary of the Provincial Committee of the JCP in Croatia, he was arrested and sentenced to five years in prison.
1929-1934 Broz spent his prison sentence in the prisons of Lepoglava, Maribor and Ogulin.
1934 - After his release, he goes underground and is included in the Central Committee (CC) of the CPY-exile in Vienna. With the appointment in the Politburo, he takes the code name "Tito".
1935 - He takes on the Seventh World Congress of the Communist International (Comintern in part) and then travels through the Soviet Union.
1936 - Tito is elected as organization secretary of the JCP. He has a leading role in the transport of volunteers for the Spanish Civil War.
1937 - As part of the national parties, members of the JCP is Tito a provisional party leadership for the Communist Party of Croatia.
1938 - In Moscow, Tito is appointed Secretary General of the JCP.
1939 - As part of the reorganization of the party he is building in Zagreb at the center of the party leadership and combat potential rivals and opponents within the party.
1941 - April: After the invasion of German and Italian forces in Yugoslavia and the capitulation of the Yugoslav armed forces Tito organized the resistance. The headquarters of the JCP will be moved to Belgrade. June: The German invasion of the Soviet Union following the call to the JCP for armed uprising in Yugoslavia. The JCP is a "General Headquarters of the People's Liberation and Partisans Units" under the leadership of Tito. September: Tito goes to Serbia, where the insurgency has a strong position and has gained in some areas of military control.
1942 - The Yugoslav partisans make the occupation forces commit a durable resistance and strong military forces of the Axis powers. Offensive movement against the German troops Tito departs for western Bosnia to the "long march out." November: The first meeting of the Anti-Fascist Council of People's Liberation of Yugoslavia (AVNOJ), a merger of the delegates involved in the resistance groups, was opened by Tito.
1943 - June: He was wounded in a skirmish. November: At the second meeting of the AVNOJ Tito is elected president and gets the title of Marshal of Yugoslavia.
1944 - May: German airborne troops will be deducted directly from the headquarters of the partisans in the Bosnian mountains. Tito escapes only extremely close to one arrest and fled to a British plane to Italy. August: In Caserta (near Naples) Tito meets with Winston Churchill together for talks. September: In Moscow, he is negotiating with Joseph Stalin.
1945 - 8th March: In agreement with the royal government in exile formed a new Yugoslav government with Tito at the top. 29th November: Yugoslavia is declared a Federal Republic. Tito becomes Prime Minister.
1947 - Due to tensions with the Western Allies over territorial Tito is looking for its proximity to the Soviet Union. He participates in the creation of the Stalin instigated by "Information Office of the Communist and workers' parties" (Inform office). Belgrade is the seat of the office.
1948 - Tito comes in sharp contrast to Stalin, who criticized the "deviations" of the JCP. June: Yugoslavia is expelled from the Office Inform. July: At the Party Congress of the JCP is supported Tito's demarcation line against Stalin unanimously.
1950 - To address the economic difficulties Tito adopt a law on workers' self, which is supposed to represent a "third way" between capitalism and socialist planned economy. He also wants to sell the ideological Stalinism.
1953 - Tell a constitutional amendment is the workers' self as the basis of Yugoslav society. Tito becomes President of the Republic and the Federal Executive Council.
1954 - Tito declared together with the Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964) the alignment and the "peaceful coexistence".
1955 - The visit of Stalin's successor Nikita S. Khrushchev in Yugoslavia to normalize relations with the Soviet Union.
1960 - Tito attends the UN General Assembly.
1961 - In Belgrade, is the conference of nonaligned countries. In previous years, Tito has made numerous trips to developing the idea of non-alignment to a political factor.
1963 - The new constitution Tito is appointed president for life.
1968 - the crushing of the Prague Spring, he strongly rejects the Warsaw Pact.
1974 - Tell a constitutional amendment will be included Tito's role in the formation and development of the Republic in the Constitution. He is confirmed as president for life. The Office is limited to Tito's person.
1980 - January: After a serious operation and a leg amputation Tito remains in constant medical intensive care.
1980. - 4th May: After months of agony is explained Josip Broz Tito in Ljubljana dead.



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