Communism in the Balkans
The Balkans has been an area of great toil and conflict for many centuries. After World War I, the countries of this region had difficulty forming a steady and successful form of government. The communist party was revived in the 1930's in the Balkans, and Josip Broz-Tito took power in 1945. At the time, this seemed to be just what the Balkans needed. Tito was a Communist dictator and he strictly enforced many laws during his rule.
Communism became entrenched in many areas during this period of time. The United States did the best they could to keep Communism out of every corner…
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