Hehe, looks like I'm turning into a specialist at out-of-date-posts-replying.
An interesting fellow, spelled Jaša Rajter
actually ( something like Yasha Riter in English ). Birth name most probably Jakov, athough even his tombstone at the famous Belgrade cemetary ''Aleja Velikana'' ( the fact he was burried there speaks that the man was important ) says Yasha.
b. 1913, Zagreb, - d. 1990, Belgrade
Yugoslav citizen, ethnic German, Jewish.
Member of the Yugoslav Communist Party long before the war, but as an ethnic German had a mission to 'mix in' the nazi-dominated pre-war organisation of German minority in Yugoslavia ''Kulturbund'' ( communists had at least 2 mayor agents there, which proved very significant afterwards ).
He wasn't exactly Tito's bodygard, but he was the key person who brought Tito out of Belgrade to the liberated zone in September 1941. They managed by using Yasha's ethnicity and 'Kulturbund' membership card ( and a false ID of Kosta Pecanac's cetniks for Tito ), two beautiful ladies, and a fluent converastion in perfect German language. It was the time when Gestapo was closing in on Tito ( and most of the other members of the Central Commity ) in Belgrade, and the escape was done in the last minute.
( some details on this, in English, you may find in: ''Tito, Mihailović, and the allies, 1941-1945'', Walter R. Roberts, Duke University Press, 1987
After the war he was managing couple of high ranking official positions in Serbian goverment, but he is best known as the long time director of Belgrade Fair, and one of the most prominent managers of his time.
Also a huge fun of car racing. A photo of him in 1969 ( the one holding the coup ):