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Nisim Albahari - a tragic revolutionary

dc.contributorKazaz, Enver
dc.creatorBrka, Amir
dc.date.accessioned2020-10-30T08:54:33Z
dc.date.available2020-10-30T08:54:33Z
dc.date.issued2018
dc.identifier.isbn978-9958-088-25-4
dc.identifier.urihttp://www.jevrejskadigitalnabiblioteka.rs/handle/123456789/1415
dc.description.abstractNisim Albahari (Tešanj, 1916. - Sarajevo, 1991.) jedan je od četiri Jevreja iz Bosne i Hercegovine i jedan od deset sa prostora Jugoslavije koji su odlikovani ordenom narodnog heroja, ali ova knjiga nije čista Albaharijeva biografija. Osim što je u njoj dat Albaharijev životopis, sa akcentom na njegovu izuzetno značajnu, umnogome i ključnu ulogu u pokretu otpora u okupiranom Sarajevu i potom u partizanskim jedinicama, u knjizi je historiografski vrlo temeljito prikazan dolazak porodice Albahari sa Pirinejskog poluostrva preko Turske i Srbije u Tešanj, odakle su se pripadnici te porodice širili dalje u Bosni, prvenstveno ka Sarajevu. Autor je proveo opsežno istraživanje kako bi rekonstruisao život nevelike jevrejske zajednice u Tešnju, u kojoj su Albahari bili najbrojniji, zatim i njihovo učešće u Narodno-oslobodilačkom pokretu i stradanje u Holokaustu, precizno evidentiravši imena svih žrtava iz Tešnja, način njihovog stradanja i počinioce zločina. Takođe, knjiga predstavlja i širu raspravu o sudbini bosansko-hercegovačkih i jugoslovenskih Jevreja u toku i nakon rata, te o savremenom odnosu prema naslijeđu antifašizma.
dc.description.abstractNisim Albahari (Tešanj, 1916 - Sarajevo, 1991) is one of four Jews from Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of ten from Yugoslavia who were awarded the Order of the National Hero, but this book is not a plain biography of Albahari. Beside giving Albahari's biography, with an emphasis on his extremely important, largely and key role in the resistance movement in occupied Sarajevo and then in partisan units, the book historiographically presents the arrival of the Albahari family from the Iberian Peninsula via Turkey and Serbia to Tešanj, from where the members of that family spread further in Bosnia, primarily towards Sarajevo. The author has done extensive research to reconstruct the life of the small Jewish community in Tešanj, of which the Albahari were most numerous. The author recorded accurately their participation in the People's Liberation Movement and Holocaust suffering, the names of all Tešanj victims, their suffering and perpetrators. Also, the book presents a wider discussion on the fate of Jews from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Yugoslavia during and after the war, and on the contemporary attitude towards the legacy of anti-fascism.en
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dc.publisherTešanj : Centar za kulturu i obrazovanjesr
dc.rightsopenAccesssr
dc.rights.urihttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
dc.subjectNisim Albahari (1916-1991) - biografijasr
dc.subjectBosna i Hercegovina - istorija (1941-1945)sr
dc.subjectBosna and Herzegovina - history (1941-1941)sr
dc.subjectAlbahari, porodica (Bosna i Hercegovina)sr
dc.subjectAlbahari, family (Bosnia and Herzegovina)sr
dc.titleNisim Albahari - tragični revolucionarsr
dc.titleNisim Albahari - a tragic revolutionarysr
dc.typebooksr
dc.rights.licenseBY-NC-NDsr
dcterms.abstractБрка, Aмир; Нисим Aлбахари - трагични револуционар; Нисим Aлбахари - трагични револуционар;
dc.rights.holderCentar za kulturu i obrazovanje (Tešanj, Bosna i Hercegovina)sr
dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://jevrejskadigitalnabiblioteka.rs/bitstream/id/4428/NisimAlbahariOCR.pdf
dc.type.versionpublishedVersionsr
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dc.citation.epage324
dc.identifier.cobiss25411590
dc.description.otherStr. 327-340: Enver Kazaz "Ka zvijezdi Nisimove utopije".sr
dc.description.otherBiblioteka Posebna izdanja, 38.
dc.description.otherCOBISS.BH-ID 25411590.


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