YUGOSLAVIA: How to Win Friends

Marshal Josip Broz. alias Tito, is one of the world's leading anti-Stalinists, but he is still a Communist in spirit and practice. Last week Tito, who plans a friendly visit to Britain in March, was trying to curry favor with Roman Catholics while continuing to attack the Vatican; and he was being downright gracious to a former enemy, Germany.

Late in 1952, when the Vatican made a cardinal of Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac —a man long persecuted by the Tito regime and still confined to his native village—Tito broke relations with the Holy See and sent the papal charge d'affaires packing....

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