COMMUNISTS: The Literary Life

During the war Dictator Stalin helped to set up Dictator Tito in Yugoslavia. The Soviet Encyclopedia (1946 edition) says: "Led by Tito, the People's Liberation Army together with the Red Army smashed the Germans in 1944 ... He has a brilliant talent for army leadership, he has a great personal courage combined with a great charm and with the talent of an outstanding politician and statesman."

Last week, Moscow's Literary Gazette proved once again that Soviet truth is relative, flexible and pragmatic. Said the Literary Gazette: "It is well known that [during the war] the coward Tito and his entourage...

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