Marshal Josip Broz Tito, who united the Yugoslav partisans in the fight against the Nazis, poses for the camera with his dog in June 1944. Tito ruled Yugoslavia until his death in 1980. Within a decade after Tito's passing, Yugoslavia sunk in civil war and split again into its constituent parts.

Marshal Josip Broz Tito united the Yugoslav partisans in the fight against the Nazis is seen with his dog in June Tito ruled Yugoslavia until his death in

Winston Churchill shakes hands with Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito.

Josip Tito and Winston Churchill in Yugoslavia, circa early During World War II Tito was the leader of the Partisans, often regarded as the most effective resistance movement in occupied Europe.

1960s Twin Bells Baby Blue Alarm Clock, Made in Yugoslavia, Wind Up Alarm

Twin Bells Baby Blue Alarm Clock, Made in Yugoslavia, Wind Up Alarm, Free U S A Shipping - Vintage Travel Trailer Decor

Paja Jovanovic u svom studiju. Paja Jovanovic in his studio

Paja Jovanovic u svom studiju. Paja Jovanovic in his studio

Plakat za Dan Mladosti, 1973.

Graphic journey through pop culture of Ex Yugoslavia

Milan Vulpe, plakat za Chromosove boje za brodove (podvodne i nadvodne), 1950-e.

Milan Vulpe, plakat za Chromosove boje za brodove (podvodne i nadvodne),

zagreb, croatia

Jesu li pješaci u Zagrebu nepoželjni - -Trg Republike -

Paja Jovanović ( Vršac 1859 – Vienna 1957)

Paja Jovanović ( Vršac 1859 – Vienna is one of the greatest Serbian painters. I love the Eastern detailing throughout this piece

Fotografija: Igor Antič

Fotografija: Igor Antič

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