Yugoslav Partisan Anthem – "Uz Maršala Tita"

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“Uz Maršala Tita” is a Yugoslav Partisan anthem and a patriotic song about Marshal and president of SFR Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito, written by Vladimir Nazor and composed by Oskar Danon.

During the World War II in Yugoslavia, the Ustaše regime in German-sponsored Independent State of Croatia (NDH) and some Bosniaks who campaigned for autonomy or independence from the NDH, claimed origins from Goths which would make them “Aryans”, and closer to the Nazi regime. The middle stanza of this song addresses that by outright refutal of Gothic theory and by reaffirming the Slavic origins of all South Slavs.

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