brochure “Partizanski spomenik u Mostaru” (1980)
book “Spomenica Mostara 1941-1945.”
another document or proof of the memorial stone (e.g., a photograph).
Ismet H. ŠARIĆ
ISMET SLOBODAN ŠARIĆ, son of HUSEIN, born on January 1, 1915, in Mostar. Metal worker (locksmith) in the coal mine, pre-war member of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia (KPJ) (since 1938) and prominent activist. Organizer of miners’ strikes. Participated in a gathering of activists and leaders of the League of Communist Youth (SKOJ) from Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Pršljani forest near Bugojno in August 1940, as one of the 15 representatives from Mostar. He fled Mostar due to police persecution following demonstrations in September 1940 and found employment in the Breza mine. Based on information from the Regional Committee for Bosnia and Herzegovina, he was included in the candidate group for the CP Vareš. He joined the Party immediately after the country’s occupation. One of the organizers of the uprising in Breza, where he was killed at the very beginning of the uprising in August 1941. Surrounded by the Ustasha, he fought until the last bullet. Legends about him circulated in Breza for a long time. In Breza, one primary school bore his name, and there was a bust that was removed in the early 1990s.
Ćemalović, Enver (1986): Mostarski bataljon, Mostar; група аутора (1986): Херцеговина у НОБ; grupa autora (1986): Hercegovina u NOB 4. dio, Beograd ; grupa autora (1986): Hercegovina u NOB 4. dio, Beograd ; Konjhodžić, Mahmud (1981): “Mostarke”: fragmenti o revolucionarnoj djelatnosti i patriotskoj opredjeljenosti žena Mostara, o njihovoj borbi za slobodu i socijalizam, Opštinski odbor SUBNOR-a Mostar ; grupa autora (1976): Sarajevo u revoluciji, Revolucionarni radnički pokret 1937-1941, Sarajevo; https://www.spomenicinob.info/breza; grupa autora: Spomenica Mostara 1941-1945
Photo: Ismet Šarić i Džemal Bijedić u šetnji Mostarom (Most kralja Petra II) (foto CIDOM)
Photo of the memorial plaque: S. Demirović.
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