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Yugoslavia - Appeal in Canada to Kosovo separatist and...

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Appeal in Canada to Kosovo separatist and anti-separatist movements due to the mirroring, on-going situation in Quebec Nazis occupied a good deal of Yugoslavia and that brought the various national groups together, it was federation of socialist states tied by a strong Communist Party Tito was seeking to emulate Stalin and Lenin, desired to build a state similar to the USSR, placed much emphasis on state determination to tie together the six nations Yugoslavia managed to defeat the Nazis on its own, giving Tito more room to act independently of Stalin, leading to his ejection from the Communist bloc in 1948 Tito was helping the Greek communists, which Stalin was very much against Serbs, Croats, and Muslims traditionally inhabited Bosnia, heterogeneous population Tito was a Croat, but he was also a communist in order to suppress nationalism States had local autonomy, but they were subservient to federal state of Yugoslavia
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