Titovka (cap)

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The symbol of the Union of Pioneers of Yugoslavia, featuring the Titovka

The Titovka[pronunciation?] was a famous side cap, characteristic of the Yugoslav Partisans, and later the Yugoslav People's Army and the Union of Pioneers of Yugoslavia. It was named after the Partisan leader, and later prime minister, Marshal Josip Broz Tito. At the front the cap bore a red star badge, the symbol of the Partisans.

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