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eMedals- Yugoslavia; Slovenia. Golden Ski Medal to Stane Dolanc, one of Tito's closest collaborators

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Yugoslavia; Slovenia. Golden Ski Medal to Stane Dolanc, one of Tito's closest collaborators

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Yugoslavia; Slovenia. Golden Ski Medal to Stane Dolanc, one of Tito's closest collaborators

(Zlatna medalja smucarskog saveza Jugoslavije); medal in gilded bronze, 60mm x 55mm, with neck ribbon; in mint condition; engraved on reverse "Stane Dolanc"; in case of issue.

Footnote: Stane Dolanc (16 November 1925 – 13 December 1999) was a Yugoslav communist politician, one of president Josip Broz Tito's closest collaborators and one of the most influential people in Yugoslav federal politics in the 1970s and 1980s. He was secretary of the Executive Bureau of the Presidium of the Central Committee (CC) of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia (LCY) from 1971-78, federal Secretary of the Interior from 1982-84 and a member of the Presidency of Yugoslavia from 1984-89. He was regularly appointed a member of the Federal Council for Protection of the Constitutional Order and was chairing the body in late 1980s. He was influential in Yugoslav security structures and it is believed that he inspired a number of politically motivated arrests, especially while he was interior minister.

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