- (1892–1980), Yugoslav marshal and statesman; prime minister 1945–53 and president 1953–80; born Josip Broz. He organized a communist resistance movement against the German invasion of Yugoslavia in 1941. He became head of the new government at the end of World War II and established Yugoslavia as a nonaligned communist state with a federal constitution.
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