#174 – SMERSH

#174 – SMERSH

Tito has his own Central Committee member Žujović arrested for treason, which leads the Cominform to expel Yugoslavia. This creates a rift between the pro-Soviet Yugoslav Communists and the pro-Tito Communists, and Tito sends thousands of “Cominformists” to slave in...
#173 – Titoism

#173 – Titoism

Tensions between Yugoslavia and the USSR continue to increase in the late 40s, eventually erupting when the Soviets declared the Yugoslav Communist Party was undemocratic and neither Marxist-Leninist nor Bolshevik. HOW TO LISTEN If you are seeing this message, it...
#172 – Obrad

#172 – Obrad

My guest today is Obrad. He grew up in Tito’s Yugoslavia and joined the Yugoslav Armed Forces in the late 1970s. Today he lives in Canberra, Australia. Obrad HOW TO LISTEN If you are seeing this message, it means you aren’t a subscriber (or aren’t...
#171 – Lovro & Izak

#171 – Lovro & Izak

This week we have a couple of guests from Slovenia – Lovro and Izak. They are 20-year-old students of international relations at The University of Ljubljana. They joined Cam on Zoom a few weeks ago to talk about Slovenia today and how the era of Tito and the...
#170 – RAYLA

#170 – RAYLA

Although all of the Ustashi leadership managed to escape Yugoslavia, one remained behind – Archbishop Stepinac. Not really a leader, more like an enthusiastic supporter. When Tito’s attempts to get him to publicly apologise for the crimes of the Catholics fails,...
#169 – Escaping Yugoslavia

#169 – Escaping Yugoslavia

Chetniks escaping from Yugoslavia get shelter from the Vatican, but their leaders eventually settle in the UK and USA. Thousands of other fleeing Yugoslavs are sent back home by the British while almost all the leading Ustasha vanished in Austria and did not reappear...