book “Spomenica Mostara 1941-1945.”
Abdulah S. DIZDAREVIĆ
ABDULAH DULE DIZDAREVIĆ, son of SALIH, born on September 28, 1906, in Ljubuški. Assistant trader, lived and worked in Mostar. Joined the People’s Liberation War and Partisan Detachments of Yugoslavia in October 1941, in the Mostar (Konjic) Battalion. Platoon commander, killed in the Chetnik coup in June 1942 in Dramiševu near Nevesinje.
EXCERPT FROM LITERATURE:
“When the courier returned from Dramiševo, he announced that Novica was sick and Vasi’s child had been bitten by a snake, so they couldn’t come and asked him to come to Dramiševo. Vasić immediately decided to go to Dramiševo with his unit to have a conversation with Glogovac. Hasan Daupović Škoda, Abdulah Dizdarević Dule, and Martin Raguž joined them. Near Dramiševo, along the cart road that led through pastures and open areas, the compact column of the unit was moving and presented an ideal target for the Chetnik ambush. Vasić and Ilija Glogovac were at the rear of the column. The Chetniks allowed our column to come at a short distance and then opened fire on them. The front of the column, mowed down by bullets, fell to the ground, with most of them fatally wounded. The rear took cover and started shooting. They wounded three Chetniks. Immediately after, anyone who could, escaped. When the shooting started, Ilija Glogovac got up and ran away. During this incident, the following individuals were killed or seriously injured and then executed: HASAN DAUPOVIĆ ŠKODA, a clerk from Ljubuški, ABDULAH DIZDAREVIĆ DULE, a trader from Ljubuški, IBRAHIM DŽAFEROVIĆ, a worker from Mostar, DANILO KOVAČEVIĆ, a peasant from the village of Spile near Nikšić, RADOSLAV KOVAČEVIĆ, a peasant from the village of Spile near Nikšić, PETAR LAŽETIĆ, a worker from Mostar, ĐORĐE MUJAČIĆ, a peasant from the village of Crkvice near Nikšić, MILAN NOVAKOVLJĆ, a peasant from the village of Crkvice near Nikšić, SIMO VUJAČIĆ, a peasant from the village of Maočići near Nikšić, and ALEKSA VUJOŠEVIĆ, a Montenegrin.”
grupa autora: Spomenica Mostara 1941-1945.
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