CroMe interview with Zdenka Golušić

She was born in Sarajevo in 1943, but this female narrator moved to Zagreb at the age of 4. It was here that she got married and together with her husband she moved to Dubrovnik in 1971. Though she noticed that all central positions were held by Serbian people at the time, nationality was not an issue in the 70s. The couple raised three children. When the war began in the early 90s, they first thought they heard thunder. But soon they discovered that Dubrovnik was bombed. The narrator was held hostage en was interrogated for days by local warlords near Trebinje. It was all very scary and as soon as she was released she sent her children away and went away herself as well. Her husband stayed in the besieged town.

Metadata Access
Creator Documenta - Center for Dealing with the Past, Zagreb
Publisher Documenta Zagreb
Contributor Zdenka Golušić; Marko Smokvina; Ana Antonija Opalić; Documenta Zagreb
Publication Year 2013
Rights info:eu-repo/semantics/restrictedAccess; DANS License;
OpenAccess false
Resource Type Dataset
Format H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
Discipline Agriculture, Forestry, Horticulture, Aquaculture; Agriculture, Forestry, Horticulture, Aquaculture and Veterinary Medicine; Ancient Cultures; Archaeology; History; Humanities; Jurisprudence; Law; Life Sciences; Medicine; Social Sciences; Social and Behavioural Sciences; Soil Sciences; Theology and Religion Studies
Spatial Coverage Dubrovnik, Croatia; Bileca, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina