His father Jevto Dedijer was a professor of geography at Belgrade University and his mother Milica a social worker. He was the middle of three sons: Borivoje Boro , Vladimir, and Stevan. Their daughter Milica, named for his mother, was born on the eve of the war. After Olga died in , the widowed Dedijer married again the next year. He married Vera Krizman, an actress, in
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His father Jevto Dedijer was a professor of geography at Belgrade University and his mother Milica a social worker. He was the middle of three sons: Borivoje Boro , Vladimir, and Stevan. Their daughter Milica, named for his mother, was born on the eve of the war. After Olga died in , the widowed Dedijer married again the next year. He married Vera Krizman, an actress, in After he returned home, he hanged himself. After finishing high school, Dedijer worked for the daily newspaper Politika while studying law.
As a journalist, he became a foreign correspondent in Poland, Denmark, Norway , England , and Spain in the years before the outbreak of World War II. For his support of the Republican government in Spain during the Spanish Civil War , Dedijer was fired from Politika in by order of the Yugoslav government.
Dedijer considered himself an independent thinker like Serbian ancestors. His wife, Olga, a medical student who had become a partisan surgeon, was killed during the battle of Sutjeska in Bosnia in He was wounded then and on two later occasions. Tito partisans promoted him to colonel and sent him to recover in Cairo , Egypt and Naples , Italy.
The following year he was appointed to the Federal Assembly. He was the sole member of the Central Committee to side in with Milovan Djilas when Djilas was deposed by Tito for criticizing a " New Class " of party bureaucrats and advocating the rule of law in socialism. In response, Dedijer was expelled from the CPY, removed from his political offices, and dismissed from his teaching position in the History Department at the University of Belgrade.
Djilas was jailed and Dedijer received a suspended prison sentence of six months. From then on, he devoted himself to writing history and teaching. He wrote about the violent repression and genocide committed by Ustashe Catholics in Croatia against ethnicities and religions that they considered heretics. Those who refused - as well as many who had already converted - were murdered, usually after prolonged torture in which the order of the day was the cutting off of noses, ears, or other body parts, or poking out eyes.
Children were cut out of the bodies of pregnant women and subsequently beheaded; people were chopped to pieces before the eyes of loved ones, who were even forced to catch the spurting blood in a bowl, etc. These atrocities assumed such an extent that even German Nazis, who were not exactly sensitive in such matters, protested.
If this historical fact is little known where we are, another fact completely escapes our knowledge: the decisive involvement of the Vatican in these massacres. His book Tito , was translated into twenty languages. Human rights activity[ edit ] Dedijer was considered a leading authority on genocide in the twentieth century. The Tribunal was due to sit in Paris, but the French authorities refused to grant an entry visa to Dedijer.
For that reason, the Tribunal held its first session in Stockholm, Sweden May 2—10, and the second session in Roskilde, Denmark Nov 20 - Dec 1 Both sessions were presided by Dedijer. The sessions condemned the US for war crimes, aggression, and genocide in the Vietnam war. The Tribunal dealt with the denial of the right of individuals to practice their chosen profession in West Germany because of their political convictions, after the government had issued a discriminatory decree against radicals at a time of great social unrest in the nation.
He was subsequently cremated. His ashes were returned for interment in Ljubljana , Slovenia. Jugoslovansko-albanski odnosi, , Borba, Ljubljana,
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Shakagis Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. His wife, Olga, a medical student who had become a partisan surgeon, was killed during the battle of Sutjeska in Bosnia in Vladimir Dedijer 4 February — 30 November was a Yugoslav partisan fighterpoliticianhuman rights activistand historian. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. The Tribunal dealt with the denial of the right to practice their chosen profession because of their political convictions in West Germany. Sarajevo,
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