Photo of my husband and me on our wedding day, taken in Belgrade (1934).
Before 1918 the South Slav lands, which were to comprise Yugoslavia, did not share a common history. Divided for centuries between Ottoman and Habsburg spheres of influence, the various peoples developed their own distinct identities and particular traditions. With 'the creation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes at the end of World War I, East and West met and gave birth to a complex new multinational state'.
Učitelji: Matej Matkovič in Siniša Vukadinović, Lilijana Levkov, Branka Dimevska, Azra Mrndić, Martina Čurković, Wendy Warren, Najla Uzunović Hasičić (narejeno na Centropinem seminarju v Sarajevu, oktobra 2015)
Šola: Osnovna šola Belokranjskega odreda Semič
Predmet: Zgodovina ali Državljanska in domovinska vzgoja ter etika
Učna enota: Holokavst
Učna tema: 2. svetovna vojna