The new Yugoslavia tries to industrialise. Tito enjoys the luxury that came with being the Premier and gets a new wife, but his biggest issue in the years immediately following the war was how to unite the country. Hundreds of thousands of anti-Communist Yugoslavs attempted to flee the country, took to the hills to continue fighting, or went into civil opposition.
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Thanks?In 1985 the Austrian town of Bregenz celebrated 2,000 years since the Roman army established a camp at the site on the eastern shore of Lake Constance. A bronze medallion was struck to mark the occasion. (Featured medallion is in my collection. Photo is my own). ... See MoreSee Less
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