Diverse Tito. With what mysteries was the life of the Yugoslav leader connected?

I, an ordinary soldier who was shaken by a member of the imperial family!». In  socialist Yugoslavia, this date was celebrated annually as a public holiday — Youth Day. Interestingly, when Tito came to his native village many years later, his fellow villagers did not recognize him. According to one version, the Yugoslav politician chose a new date in memory of May 25, 1944, when the Germans during the war made another unsuccessful attempt to kill him. Josip Broz Tito, August 1942 Photo: stock&people via www.imago
And here is a conspiracy theory
Those who knew Tito closely claimed that he was well versed in music and literature, had secular manners, knew a lot about precious stones, wines and cigars. Freed from captivity in 1917, Josip Broz moved to Petrograd, wanting to get a job at the Putilov plant. At the same time, while speaking several languages, he made elementary mistakes in native Serbo-Croatian. They lived in the largest house in the village, and and the family owned several hectares of land. In addition to Yugoslavia, the federation was supposed to include Albania, Bulgaria, Romania and even Greece, if the communists came to power there. But at at the time the family was experiencing financial difficulties, and there was not enough money for the ticket. After a linguistic analysis of Tito's speech, specialists of the US NSA came to the conclusion that it strongly deviates from the linguistic norm and even put forward a version on this basis that he was not the person he pretended to be, and was was born in the Balkans. 1911 Source: Public Domain
Marshal against the Generalissimo
In the homeland, Tito joined the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, was arrested, was imprisoned, and after his release, entered the leadership of the Yugoslav Communist Party. He fled to & nbsp; Finland, was again captured and sent to & nbsp; Kungur. He fled again and joined the Red Guard detachment in Siberia and the Yugoslav section of the RSDLP (b). It was none other than Tito, who came to the USSR to work in the Comintern. By the way, there he and received the party pseudonym “Tito”, which soon became an integral part of his surname. In 1907, Franjo Broz was going to send his son to work in the USA. Little Yojo (as Tito was called by his relatives) spent his early childhood in the house of his maternal grandfather, who was by no means a very wealthy man. Tito did not want to include the country in Stalin's project to create a Balkan federation. At first it was believed that he was born on May 7, 1892 in the Croatian village of Kumrovets in Croatia, which at that time was part of Austria-Hungary. Josip Broz among the workers at the factory in Kamnik. Later, Tito himself changed the date to May 25, and sometimes indicated 1893 as the year of his birth. Joseph from Joseph
Josip was born into a large family, where he became the seventh child in a row. When on May 4, 1980, during a football match in Split between the local Hajduk team, and Belgrade "Red Star" the news of his death came, the game was immediately interrupted, the players and the referees gathered in the center of the field. Tito himself directly participated in the battles, was wounded. A few years later, he returned to Yugoslavia and became Secretary General, and not without the help of Comrade Stalin, who dealt with his main competitors. In fact, his family was not so poor. True, as a child he believed that in order to wear it, you must be a tailor. In 1915 the year, while fighting on the Russian front, a senior non-commissioned officer of the Austro-Hungarian army, Broz, was wounded and captured. The very date of birth and origin of the lifelong president of socialist Yugoslavia, one of the founders and leaders of the Non-Aligned Movement, Marshal Josip Broz Titois still shrouded in mystery. He worked in Zagreb, at automobile plants in the Czech Republic and Germany. Rate the content
Источник In 1934, a certainJosef Hofmacher arrived in Moscow, for some reason signing documents as Friedrich Walther. Participated in the July demonstration, when the Bolsheviks tried to take power from the Provisional Government — although he himself admitted that he was not then their supporter, but simply “went along with” everyone. At regimental fencing competitions, he was awarded a silver medal, and the award was made by the Austrian Archduke Joseph Ferdinand himself. Tito's native home in the village. In 1920, under the name of Joseph Brozovich, he registered a marriage with a 14-year-old peasant woman Pelageya Belousova and soon left for Yugoslavia. In the end, 15-year-old Joseph left not far away, to the Croatian city of Sisak, where he became a locksmith. By the end of the war, the Partisan People's Liberation Army was a powerful force and numbered about a million (!) People. And the boy also had a passion for beautiful and elegant clothes. Young Josip, who graduated from the primary village school, when he was drafted into the army of Austria-Hungary, not only decently played music, but also knew several foreign languages ​​and was an excellent swordsman. Photo: Novak, Ljubljana, Slovenija
Married a underage
We can say that Tito's political biography began in Russia. He was the only Allied commander-in-chief to be wounded on the front. But  in the fact that Tito came from poor strata, in Yugoslavia, many did believe. It took more than one year to normalize Soviet-Yugoslav relations. His father Franjo Broz was Croatian and mother Maria Broz(née Javerszek) — Slovenian. According to various versions, Tito was considered a Pole, a German, an agent of the NKVD, who replaced the real Josip Broz in Moscow in the 1930s …
However, all these conspiracy theories in no way diminished the popularity of the Yugoslav leader. During the war, Tito led the partisan movement in Yugoslavia, where he enjoyed great support from the population. However, when he returned from his grandfather to Kumrovets to begin his studies at school, he already knew how to play the piano. Tears flowed down the faces of the judges and athletes of both teams (both Serbs and Croats), and almost 50,000 spectators, without any command, stood up and sang: “Comrade Tito, we swear to you that from” your we will not collapse!». Kumrovets. Tito proudly recalled this episode: “Here I am, a worker, the son of a landless peasant, whose only capital” & mdash; these are hands and profession, and I accept congratulations from the archduke. Relations between Marshal Tito and Generalissimo Stalin deteriorated sharply after the war.