Tito, Yugoslavia, and Communism: Historical Revisionism of the Second World War and its Competing Memories

Vucicevic, Damir.


  • Abstract: The Second World War had a traumatizing effect on Yugoslavia and its people. In addition to being partitioned by Italy, Germany, and other foreign powers, Yugoslavia also experienced a bloody, fratricidal war. In the aftermath of the Second World War, the communist Partisans of Yugoslavia, who were victorious against the Nazi occupying powers, attempted to heal the country's wounds by pr... read more
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