Cruising Yugoslavia

I liked to travel all over Yugoslavia and be with my people.

* visiting Montenegro in 1946;
* visiting my birth house in Kumrovec, Croatia;
* with miners in Majdanpek, 1952;
* visiting Korcula island;
* strolling the streets of Ptuj;
* speech on Sutjeska;
* visiting Tjentiste;
* lighting fire at Neretva;
* greeting people at Kadinjaca;
* admiring tools at the ironworks in Smederevo, 1959;
* in Titan, Kamnik, where I used to work as a young locksmith;
* visiting the ironworks of Sisak;
* talking to people in Kumrovec;
* travelling with my blue train;
* with people in Ohrid;
* driving through Kragujevac;
* driving through Titograd;
* I always had a good time in Zagreb;
* observing the celebration of the Day of Youth in 1970;
* with Croatian women in 1945;
* children are our greatest treasure;
* I always told my pioneers to learn, learn and learn;
* in front of Antun Augustincic gallery in Klanjec, Croatia;
* visiting the "Marija Broz Primary School" in Bistrica ob Sotli;
* dancing the round dance;
* among Slovenian youth;
* visiting Yugoslav workers (gastarbaiters) in Stuttgart;
* with Yugoslav basketball team, world champions in 1970;
* watching ski jumps in Planica;
* receiving Youth Relay;
* observing Yugoslav People's Army manoeuvre;
* having breakfast in nature somewhere in Kosovo;
* visiting agricultural farm "Beograd";
* speaking to my people;
* observing a parade, on May 1, 1970;
* visiting miners in Tuzla;
* visiting Ozren and Karadjordjevo (contribution by Moric);
* with Belgrade pioneers and in a school(contribution by Peter Zibert);
* activating a nuclear reactor (contribution by Peter Zibert);
* on a train with Jovanka (contribution by Peter Zibert);
* Dancing and playing chess (contribution by Peter Zibert);