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How did Tito’s Yugoslavia Navigate Between Two Conflicting Cold War Blocs?

It is well known that there were two conflicting superpowers during the Cold War, the East and the West. But there was also a tension effort to create a third power. That effort is called the Non- Alignment Movement. During his rule, Stalin was so powerful that every time he waved his hand, people would vanish. His fellow citizens understood very well that “wave”. More than any Russian tsar ever, Stalin had a tendency to expand to the West and incorporate Eastern Europe into the Soviet zone of influence. Therefore, through his employment of the Communist Information Bureau (Cominform), after the banishment of Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito he hoped to see the return of pro-Soviet elements to the leadership of the Yugoslav Communist Party.

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Personality Cult Behind Cameo Jewelry

How can a cameo help to build a personality cult? How can you use this specific form of engraving to send a message about your divine powers or extraordinary strength? These three Roman emperors knew. They used this rare form of luxury art to make their message have a special look and feel. Divine. If you want to say you’re divine, your “message” needs to look divine. And unique.

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He Saw Fascism As a Fight of the Bourgeoisie, Intelligence Agencies Followed Him all the Time, Several Countries Expelled Him: The Political Journey of Lombardo Toledano

Lombardo Toledano was born in 1894, in Teziutlán, located in the mountains of Puebla. He died in Mexico City in 1968 following the massacre of the students in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas in Tlatelolco and the jubilant sports competition of the Olympic Games.

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