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Josip Broz Tito aiming at Serbs
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D3ads Mar 13 2013, 11:49am says:

Very interesting photo! I had read recently he spent some years in the USSR getting caught and escaping no less than three times lol

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CommanderDef Mar 13 2013, 12:54pm says:

That's strange...

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SRB-HawkEye- Mar 13 2013, 12:58pm replied:

What is strange?

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CommanderDef Mar 13 2013, 4:51pm replied:

That he was in Emperor's army and then got to leading of Serbs.

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SRB-HawkEye- Mar 13 2013, 5:07pm replied:

Even today, we don't know many things about him... Some British historian told that the Joseph Broz was killed in 1943, and then they found his double named Joseph Broz Tito, who was born 8 km from the Joseph's birthplace, to continue the revolutionary communist movement. Who knows? His whole life was mystery- there were many things he didn't want to tell to his biographer, especially the part of his involvement in the First World War.

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☦BalkanB☢y☦ Mar 14 2013, 4:53pm replied:

There is another theory saying that real Tito who was born in Kumrovac was killed in 1939 in Spain, and that he was replaced by Polish jew born in New York, the Walter Weiss, who was double agent working for both KGB and CIA so that no Serbian would take place as general secretary of Yugoslav communist party.

Sounds crazy to me, but only god knows what the truth really was :x

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Ivanator95 Mar 13 2013, 6:04pm says:

Ja nisam titoista, ali ovde je ipak neko malo pustio mašti na volju.

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Josip Broz (Joseph Broz), as Austro-Hungarian soldier, was in Battle on river Drina against the people which he led 30 years later as communist leader.

‎...Међу трупама аустроугарске војске које су се с нарочито великом жестином устремљивале на српске војнике налазила се и 42. домобранска дивизија из Загреба. При другом преласку преко Дрине, 2. септембра 1914. године, она је пуна три дана као фанатизована налетала на ровове српске војске на Ади Курјачици, настојећи да се пребаци на десну обалу Дрине и да дејством долином Јадра потпомогне акције трупа јужно од Лознице и северно од Лешнице. Она је нанела велике губитке јединицама Дринске дивизије II позива, које су јој се овде супротставиле. На српској страни пало је 9 официра, 6 подофицира и 550 војника...
У саставу ове аустроугарске дивизије, јуришао је на српске положаје и Јосип Броз, касније назван Тито, у то време припадник 10. чете 25. пуковније. Шта је тада све доживео и преживео, он о томе није никад хтео да говори, ништа није казао чак ни свом биографу Владимиру Дедијеру.
"Чињеница је", изјавиће Дедијер после његове смрти, "да је Тито избегавао да ми говори на питања о свом учешћу у Првом светском рату. Он помиње како је био у 25. домобранској пуковнији и онда прескаче првих шест месеци рата и говори о Петроварадину..."

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