The Tito museum in Croatia used to attract worshipers. Today the cult of personality serves mostly commercial purposes by Marijan Lipovac KUMROVEC, Croatia–Ten years ago, former Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito was reviled about as much as anything else connected with the country’s odious communist period. Last year, however, he started to become a bit […]

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