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1948: Yugoslavia expelled from Cominform  
Only three years after the Second World War, Josef Stalin had already extended his sphere of influence to cover all the Eastern European countries, with one exception: Tito’s socialist Yugoslavia continued to go its own way.

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Tito’s socialist Yugoslavia was expelled from a Soviet organization by Josef Stalin on 21 June 1948. What was the name of that organization?
  The Warsaw Pact