Reception given by U.S. Ambassador George V Allen in the garden at his summer home, Villa Podkoren, Bled. Foreign Minister Eduard Kardelj and Mrs Kardelj arrive at the garden and received by Ambassador in white dinner jacket. The Chef de Protocol of the Foreign Office Mr Smodolka also arrives. Marshal Josip Broz Tito accompanied by his aide Major General Gegelj arrives at the gates and received by Ambassador and Mr Smodolka. Marshal Tito drinks cocktails talking to Ambassador and Mrs Allen. At the head of the table is De Joseph Vilfan, Deputy Foreign Minister and formerly Yugoslav delegate to the UN. Others at the table are U.S. Ambassador, wife of Turkish Ambassador, Dr. Slovan Smodolka, Mr Kardelj and Lady Peake, wife of British Ambassador. Marshal Tito's table with Mrs Allen, Mrs Kardelj, British Ambassador Sir Charles Peake, wife of Belgium Minister, Deputy Foreign Minister Dr Leo Mates, Dutch Minister Mr Dozy and the Belgium Minister. Table of Mrs Vilfan, Deputy Director of the Department of Information, with Joseph Vidmar, President of the Federal Parliament, Dr Brecelj and his wife, Vice President of Slovania. Tables with diplomats and the Canadian Military Attache. Mr And Mrs Kardelj leave the party escorted by Ambassador Allen.
Road sign reads 'Kumrovec'. A house in the background. View of the house where Marshal Tito was born. Visitors enter Tito's house's entrance. View of plate reads: 'To our dear Chief Josip Broz Tito, Marshal of Yugoslavia, member of honor, Motor-car club of St Peter on the mountains.'
German invasion of European countries during World War II. Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini shakes hands with Adolf Hitler. People gathered in a square in Rome, Italy, cheering as they listen to Mussolini speak. View of Mussolini speaking and waving his hands in animated fashion. Greek Army troops marching in traditional uniform. Animated map depicts Italian advance in Greece and the backward drive of Italian troops. Mussolini walking on a path and saluting his forces. A newspaper headline about Nazi movement in Greece. Close-up aerial view of a German Luftwaffe Junkers Ju 87 Stuka dive bomber beginning its dive and releasing bombs. German aircraft bombard Greek cities and cities in Yugoslavia. Aerial view of damaged palace building in Belgrade, Yugoslavia after German bombing that began April 6, 1941 in Operation Retribution. Animated map depicts German advance in Yugoslavia. A map depicts German advance in Greece. Aerial view of the city of Athens as seen from German aircraft, with a German Luftwaffe aircraft in foreground.
Troops lined up near flag draped monument in Yugoslavia. Crowd gathered for the ceremony. The flags are removed as drums roll, revealing the monument statue. French official gives dedication address.(Note: King Alexander was assassinated in Marseille, France, and French Foreign Minister Louis Barthou, was also killed in the same event, in 1934.) Troops stand at attention. Troops march.
The Yugoslav Partisans in Yugoslavia during World War 2. Pictures of Allied leaders and Allied flags. The flag of the United States and a picture of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The British flag and a picture of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. The flag of the Soviet Union and a picture of Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin. The flag of Yugoslavia and a picture of Marshal Josip Broz Tito. Partisans read and rest inside a building.