Marshall Tito Animal Farm

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George Orwell’s writing of Animal Farm sounds like a meaningless book about animals ruling on their own, yet it has a more significant meaning. Josip Broz Tito’s dictatorship connects almost entirely to the dictatorship of Napoleon in the book. Orwell shows the reality of Animal Farm by how dictators who do not agree with someone, will try to get rid of them. Tito, who is popularly known as Marshall Tito, brought Yugoslavia together. Yugoslavia was originally seven different countries; Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo and Slovenia. The country listened so intensively to Tito because he promised brotherhood and unity between all of the ethnicities (Judah). Old Major also brought multiple groups together into one unity to eventually do greater things such as take over and rule…show more content…
To keep this high power for so many years, he held unfair elections that caused him to win every time (Judah). When there was another high leader in Yugoslavia, Tito began to get nervous. It was Tito against Mihajlovic which eventually led to a violent civil war (Banac). When Snowball and Napoleon had different views, Napoleon did whatever he could to get rid of Snowball. “At this there was a terrible baying sound outside, and nine enormous dogs … came bounding into the barn. They dashed straight for Snowball … ” (Orwell 66). Tito was willing to start a bloody war to get rid competition, such as Mihajlovic. Whenever Napoleon questioned an animals’ loyalty, he would get one of his monstrous dogs and kill the animal, similar to Tito’s actions (Orwell 92). Before Tito started his rule, he was a successful secretary general (Judah). Tito supported the communist movement and fought against the Nazis (“Tito is Made President”). With this, he was strongly against all anti-communists and killed a large amount of them. In total, he killed 585,000 anti-communists and critics
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