People, Mar. 16, 1953

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

The West German Foreign Office received a complaint from the Yugoslav embassy in Bonn charging that British Novelist Evelyn Waugh had "crudely insulted" Marshal Tito in an article written for the weekly newspaper Rheinischer Merkur. The story concerned the time Tito received his first marshal's uniform hat as a gift from the Russians. Wrote Waugh: "I well remember the day when Tito wore it for the first time. It was on the island of Vis, where he lived in August 1944, under the protection...

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