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posted by RayeR(R) Homepage, CZ, 21.11.2014, 11:16

> We in Yugoslavia were not so close with Soviets. Even when communists took
> over after the ww2 wictory, the love afair with Stalin lasted only
> till 1948 or
> so. After that we were independent of Warsaw pact. Actually,
> Yugoslavia was one of the founders of the
> Non-Aligned
> Movement which was founded in Belgrade, the capital at the time (now
> the capital of Serbia) in 1961. ;-)

So you got a luck that your country was not invaded by Soviet and Warsaz pact armies to "normalize" situation and enforce the right socialism by strict Moscow rules. There was uprising in 1956 in Hungary and was supressed. In our Czechoslovakia there started liberal reforms in '60-ties that was resulted in Soviet and Warsaz pact armies internation "help" to setup back the hard socialism. And part of soviet army kept occupation over next 2 decades if something would go "wrong"...
But in Yugoslavia it was not also very liberal, I would say totalitarian and socialist too otherwise we could not travel to Yugoslavia so easy (here it was quite impossible to travel to West Germany or Austria without special permission). I was in Yugoslavia in 1986 on vacation. I also remember there was then some economy crisis in late 80-ties with huge inflation (I got some banknote with value maybe 1000000 dinars and you cannot buy nothing for it) so neither your independent socialism plan was successfull...

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