brochure “Partizanski spomenik u Mostaru” (1980)
book “Spomenica Mostara 1941-1945.”
Ibro I. DIZDAREVIĆ
IBRAHIM IBRO DIZDAREVIĆ, son of JUSUF, born on July 17, 1923, in Mostar, an electrician, a member of the League of Communist Youth (SKOJ) in Rudnik since 1940, joined the Battalion in December 1941, in the squad of SKOJ’s active members. A fighter, he was killed in Bijela near Konjic, slaughtered by the Chetniks in June 1942. The same fate befell Remza Ćišić, Ahmet Grčić, Suljo Cilić.
EXCERPT FROM LITERATURE:
“During the night of June 14/15, the Chetniks, after the completed gathering, executed the prepared organization and started implementing their coup plan after midnight. First, they disarmed our fighters on the positions and killed them silently with knives, so as not to raise alarm in the school. Thanks to their scattered presence in the forest, about ten comrades managed to evade the Chetnik capture. In the battles around the school in Bijela and on the positions above Konjic, 16 comrades fell. They were: Stjepan Šulentić Šule – a student from Mostar, Harno Taslaman – a worker from Mostar, Sulejman Cilić – a student from Jablanica, Togo Finci – a student from Sarajevo, Kabiljo Montiljo – a student from Sarajevo, Ranko Kosjerina – a worker from Mostar, Hivza Brkić – a student from Mostar, Remzo Ćišić – a worker from Mostar, Avdo Bošnjak – a worker from Mostar, Milan Ivetić – a worker from Mostar, Muhamed Šapuh – a worker from Mostar, Avdo Vejzović – a worker from Mostar, Muhamed Zalihić – a worker from Mostar, Ahmet Grčić – a student from Konjic, Mujo Hubana – a peasant from Bijelo Polje near Mostar, Ibro Dizdarević – a worker from Mostar, Avdo Duranović (mentioned by Vukosav Rade), Sulejman Leho – captured and killed in a camp in 1942.”
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