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Tito was the leader of a country before 1980. which one was it?

Marshall Tito was the dictator of Yugoslavia.


Until 1980 tito was the leader of what country?

Josip Broz Tito was the Prime Minister (1943-63) and later President (1953-80) of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia


Josip tito domestic policies?

The Yugoslav statesman Marshal Tito (born 1892) became president of Yugoslavia in 1953. He directed the rebuilding of a Yugoslavia devastated in World War II and the welding of Yugoslavia's different peoples into unity until his death in 1980.


What is the nationality of Tito the former Yugoslav dictactor?

His father was a Croat and his mother a Slovene (from Slovenia). Although most of the times he declared himself as Yugoslavian he stated many times that he is a Croat.


What areas of post world war 2 Europe were under soviet control?

Basically all of eastern Europe was under Soviet control after the war, all the nations "liberated" from the Nazis - only to find themselves squashed under the Soviets for the next 45 years. These included Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, and Hungary. Yugoslavia was under the control of its own local communist, the successful wartime Resistance leader "Tito", Josip Broz, and had an uneasy relationship with the Soviets while remaining under the general heading of nations within the Soviet sphere. The eastern part of Germany was set up as a separate "nation" completely dominated and occupied by the Soviets, called East Germany, but officially titled the German Democratic Republic. Berlin was in East Germany, but the western half of the city was under western control, with sectors for the British, French and Americans. In 1951 West Germany was created and West Berlin was a part of West Germany, though 70 miles deep in Soviet territory. The West German capital was at Bonn during this entire period, until the Soviet collapse and German reunification. The official name of West Germany was the Federal Republic of Germany. The Soviets did withdraw from parts of Austria after the war, but this was the sole instance of the Soviets letting loose of anything.

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Until 1980 tito was the leader of this county?

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Who was the leader of the communist Yugoslavia until his death in 1980?

Marshal Tito was the leader of the communist Yugoslavia until his death in 1980.


Tito was the leader of a country before 1980. which one was it?

Marshall Tito was the dictator of Yugoslavia.


Josip Broz Tito was the leader of what country?

Josip Broz Tito was the president of the former country of Yugoslavia.


Until 1980 tito was the leader of what country?

Josip Broz Tito was the Prime Minister (1943-63) and later President (1953-80) of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia


Name of the president of Yugoslavia who died 1980?

Josip Broz Tito was the leader of Yugoslavia


Who was josef tito?

Josip Tito was the strongman president of Yugoslavia during the Cold War. He took office in 1953 and died in office 1980.


Yugoslavia's communist leader who kept his country independent of the soviet union?

tito


Which country was Tito the leader of?

President tito is the leader of Nigeria in Africa. Some world specialists are against his very heavy handed autocratic ruling of his people and of his harsh punishments.


Of which country was President Tito the leader?

President tito is the leader of nigeria in africa. Some world specialists are against his very heavy handed autocratic ruling of his people and of his harsh punishments.


Who was the Yugoslavia communist leader who keep his country independent from the soviet union?

Marshall Tito


Yugoslavias communist leader who kept his country independent of the soviet union after world war 2?

Tito was the communist leader who kept Yugoslavia independent of the Soviet Union.