Tito

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Haus, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 175 pages
4 Reviews

“Entertaining and timely, while allowing the regime to speak with its own voice, Barnett also points out the fabrications, where ideological lessons upstaged factual accuracy.”—Financial Times

This first biography for over a decade of the charismatic, near- mythological figure of Jozip Broz Tito explains the enduring significance of his life and policies in the former Yugoslavia.

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User Review  - Behzad - Goodreads

IT's a easy, fast read, yet If you really want to get in deep, and know Tito, or Yugoslavia, It's not at all sufficient, Read full review

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User Review  - Greg D'Avis - Goodreads

Serviceable biography, but very little in the way of new insights into the man. More a straightforward "this is what he did, this is how his life progressed." Read full review

Contents

Introduction
2
Origin
15
Return to the Balkans
30
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Neil Barnett is a journalist specializing in the Balkans. He covered the region for The Independent, The Economist and Jane's Intelligence Review.

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