Enver Hoxha



THE TITOITES

Historical Notes 

Part 4




THE <<NAIM FRASHERI>> PUBLISHING HOUSE
TIRANA, 1982


C O N T E N T S


 

VII

OUR FIRST VISIT TO THE PR OF BULGARIA . . . . .
Rankovic charges Koçi Xoxe with surveillance
over our activity

391-418

     The invitation of Dimitrov for us to visit the PR of Bulgaria * A short stop in Belgrade. Meeting with Tito * Rankovic calls Koçi Xoxe to a secret meeting. He is charged with surveillance over our activity * Emotional welcome in Sofia * Official talks * Dinner with Georgi Dimitrov. Midnight incident * The end of official talks in Kritchim. Georgi Dimitrov: <<Keep the Party pure. Let it be revolutionary, proletarian, and everything will go well with you>> * The journey through Belgrade -- Tito in Rumania * The return to the Homeland.


 

 

VIII

THE TITOITES HEADING FOR INEVITABLE EXPO-
SURE AND DEFEAT
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

419-498 


  

ENSLAVING OFFERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A BLACK STAIN ON THE HISTORY OF OUR PARTY
THE TITOITES' RUSH TOWARDS DEFEAT . . . . . . . .
THE IGNOMINIOUS END . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

421

446

462

484

     Enslaving offers. On the Co-ordination Commission * Yugoslav militarymen pour into Tirana: <<Imminent danger is threatening Albania!>> Nako Spiru insists on putting Mehmet Shehu at the head of the General Staff of the Army. Tempo's military theses * General Hamovic demands the creation of a unified command * General Kupresanin in Tirana. Tito: <<I beg you to give us the bnse in Korça for one division.>> Notifying Stalin about the question of the Yugoslav division * The 8th Plenum of the CC -- a black stain on the history of the CPA. The temporary triumph of the Yugoslav theses * Monstrous attack of Koçi Xoxe and others on the Party and its sound cadres * Kupresanin, Zlatic and others: <<Tito wants you to demand the union with Yugoslavia.>> * Astonishing haste of the Titoites * The historic letter of Stalin * Ignominious departure of Tito's envoys from Albania.