Aleksandar Ranković Aleksandar Ranković "Leka" was a Yugoslav communist politician of Serbian origin considered to be the third most powerful man in Yugoslavia after Josip Broz Tito and Edvard Kardelj.
Anka Butorac Anka Butorac was a Croatian communist from Croatia who died in World War II and was proclaimed a People's Hero of Yugoslavia.
Antonije Isaković Antonije Isaković (November 6, 1923 — January 13, 2002) was a Serbian writer and member of Serbian Academy of Science and Arts.
Arso Jovanović Arso R. Jovanović was a Yugoslav partisan and the foremost military commander to participate in the People's Liberation Struggle in Yugoslavia.
Blažo Jovanović Blažo Jovanović (Velje Brdo, Podgorica, 28 March 1907 – Igalo, Herceg Novi, 4 February 1976) was the first President of the People's Assembly of Montenegro.
Boško Buha Boško Buha (Бошко Буха; 1926 - 1943) was a young Yugoslav Partisan who used to be one of the greatest icons of World War II in the former Yugoslavia.
Boško Palkovljević Pinki Boško Palkovljević "Pinki" was a prominent Yugoslav Partisan fighter from World War II and People's Hero of Yugoslavia.
Božidar Adžija Božidar Adžija was a Yugoslav left-wing politician and publicist.
Branko Krsmanović Branko Krsmanović, a participant in the Spanish Civil War and the National Liberation struggle and national hero of Yugoslavia.
Branko Mamula Branko "Đuro" Mamula is a retired Yugoslav officer that participated in the Yugoslav Front of World War II. He was the Minister of Defence of Yugoslavia from 1982 to 1988.
Branko Ćopić Branko Ćopić (January 1, 1915 – March 26, 1984) was a Yugoslav writer.
Budislav Šoškić Budislav Šoškić (1925-1979) was the last President of the People's Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Montenegro who also was head of state.
Cvijetin Mijatović Cvijetin Mijatović ( widely known by his nickname Majo) (8 January 1913 in Lopare, Austria-Hungary – 1992) was a Yugoslav communist politician who served as Chairman of the Collectiv...
Dobrica Ćosić Dobrica Ćosić is a Serbian writer, as well as a political and Serb nationalist theorist.
Filip Bajković Filip Bajković (May 20, 1910 – 1985) was the President of the Executive Council of Montenegro from 16 December 1951 to 12 July 1962.
Ivo Lola Ribar Ivan "Ivo Lola" Ribar, was a Yugoslav communist politician of Croatian descent, who achieved National Hero status thanks to his contributions in the fight against fascism.
Jovanka Broz Jovanka Budisavljević Broz is the former First Lady of Yugoslavia and the widow of Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito.
Kosta Nađ Kosta Nađ was a general in the Yugoslav National Liberation Army, founded after the invasion of Yugoslavia in World War II.
Koča Popović Konstantin "Koča" Popović (Константин Коча Поповић) (14 March 1908 - 20 October 1992) was a communist volunteer in the Spanish Civil War, 1937–1939 and Divisional Commander of the First Proletar...
Lepa Radić Lepa Svetozara Radić was a partisan executed at the age of 17 for shooting at German soldiers during World War II. As her captors tied the noose around her neck, they offered her a way out of th...
Ljubomir Tadić Ljubomir "Ljuba" Tadić is a Belgrade Law School graduate and a professor of philosophy at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy as well as a member of the Serbian Academy of Science...
Marija Bursać Marija Bursać (August 2, 1921 – September 22, 1943) was a Bosnian Serb and Yugoslav communist who died while fighting for the Partisans during World War II.
Meša Selimović Mehmed "Meša" Selimović (26 April 1910 – 11 July 1982) was a Yugoslav writer.
Mihailo Lalić Mihailo Lalić was a famous novelist of Montenegrin and Serbian literature.
Mihailo Marković Mihailo Marković, PhD was a Serbian philosopher that gained prominence in the 1960s and 1970s as a proponent of the Praxis School, a Marxist humanist movement that originated in Yugoslavia.
Milentije Popović Milentije Popović (Милентије Поповић) (1913, Crna Trava - 1971) was a member of Communist Party of Yugoslavia (KPJ) since 1939.
Milovan Đilas Milovan Đilas was a Yugoslav Communist politician, theorist and author.
Miloš Minić Miloš Minić was a Serbian communist politician.
Moša Pijade Moša Pijade, nicknamed Čiča Janko was a prominent Yugoslavian/Serbian Communist of Sephardic Jewish origin, a close collaborator of Josip Broz Tito, former President of Yugoslavia, and ful...
Nada Dimić Nada Dimić (September 6, 1923 - March 17, 1942) was a Yugoslav communist who died in World War II and was proclaimed a People's Hero of Yugoslavia.
Nada Naumović Nada Naumović was a Yugoslav student, recipient of the Order of the People's Hero of Yugoslavia from December 20, 1951.
Nikola Ljubičić Nikola Ljubičić (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Љубичић; born in the village of Karan near Užice on 4 April 1916; died in Belgrade on 13 April 2005) was the President of the Presidency of Serbia (1982...
Ognjen Prica Ognjen Prica was a Yugoslav left-wing politician.
Oskar Danon Oskar Danon was a Bosnian Jewish composer and conductor.
Oskar Davičo Oskar Davičo was a distinguished Serbian novelist and poet of Jewish origin.
Pavle Savić Pavle Savić was a Serbian physicist and chemist.
Peko Dapčević Colonel General Peko Dapčević was a famous Yugoslav communist who fought as volunteer in the Spanish Civil War, joined the Partisan uprising in Montenegro, and became commander of the Yugoslav 1...
Petar Stambolić Petar Stambolić (12 July 1912 – 21 September 2007) was a Yugoslav communist politician who served as the President of the Federal Executive Council (prime minister) of Yugoslavia from 1963 to 19...
Petar Zinaić Petar Zinaić was a Serb Partisan who was the first member of the force to be investigated for war crimes by the Republic of Croatia.
Rade Bulat Rade Bulat is a former Yugoslav Partisan and communist activist.
Rade Končar Rade Končar was a Yugoslav Communist leader and legendary World War II resistance fighter.
Radovan Vlajković Radovan Vlajkovic was a Yugoslav politician who served as Chairman of the Collective Presidency of Yugoslavia from 1985 until 1986.
Ratko Vujović Ratko "Blaža" Vujović - Čoče was a Montenegrin political activist and soldier.
Svetozar Vukmanović-Tempo Svetozar Vukmanović "Tempo" (Светозар Вукмановић-Темпо) (14 August 1912 in Podgora village near Cetinje, Kingdom of Montenegro – 6 December 2000 in Reževići village near Budva, Montenegro, FR Yu...
Vasko Popa Vasko Popa (Васко Попа; June 29, 1922 – January 5, 1991) was a Serbian poet of Romanian descent.
Veljko Kadijević Veljko Kadijević (born November 21, 1925) is a former General of the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA).
Veljko Milatović Veljko Milatović was a Montenegrin Communist partisan, politician, statesman serving once as the Speaker and the other time as President.
Veljko Vlahović Veljko Vlahović was a Montenegrin member of the Yugoslav Communist Party from 1935.
Vidoje Žarković Vidoje Žarković was a chairman of the Executive Council, president of the People's Assembly, secretary of the Central Committee of the League of Communists of Montenegro, and president of the Pr...
Vladimir Dedijer Vladimir Dedijer was a Serbian Yugoslav partisan fighter, communist politician and Josip Broz Tito's official biographer.
Vladimir Perić Valter Vladimir "Valter" Perić was the resistance leader in Sarajevo during Second World War.
Vladimir Popović (1914-1972) Vladimir Popović (1914-1972) also known as Vlado Popović, Diplomat, politician, general, revolutionary, close associate to Josip Broz Tito Born 1914 in Gornji Brceli, near Bar, Kingdom of Monte...
Vladimir Popović (diplomat) Vladimir Popović also known as Vlado Popović, Diplomat, politician, general, revolutionary, close associate to Josip Broz Tito Born 1914 in Gornji Brceli, near Bar, Kingdom of Montenegro.
Vladimir Rolović Vladimir Rolović, was a SFRY politician, Ambassador of Yugoslavia and People's Hero of Yugoslavia who was murdered by Ustasha Croatian emigration while serving as Ambassador in Stockholm.
Vladimir Velebit Vladimir "Vlatko" Velebit, PhD was a communist from Yugoslavia who joined the Partisans in 1941.
Vlado Dapčević Vladimir "Vlado" Dapčević was a Montenegrin and Yugoslav communist and founder of Party of Labour.
Vlado Dijak Vlado Dijak was known a former Yugoslav poet and songwriter.