- May 2014
Tito's Yugoslavia was certainly totalitarian, but it wasn't exactly known for mass murder--was it?It was not a partisan goal. You all bought that liberation was their goal but communists did nothing after Yugoslavia was occupied, they praised Stalin-Hitler pact. In my country they were making an anti imperialist front three weeks after occupation of Yugoslavia aimed against western allies. Later they renamed it into a Liberation front.
Communists wanted to take all power and make a revolution- mass slaughter of enemies and perceived class enemies and redistribution of wealth (state plunder of everything).
I'm surprised that such detailed data exists on the composition of a clandestine resistance movement--especially one from 75+ years ago.TBF, most of Partisans in Bosnia were Serbs. NDH intelligence from late 1943 estimated that about 70% of the Partisans in Bosnia were ethnic Serbs. In fact, the lowest Serb numerical share of the Partisan movement was 44% in 1944.