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The War Schools of Dobrinja

David M. Berman

The War Schools of Dobrinja

by David M. Berman

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Published by Caddo Gap Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nonfiction / Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12138159M
    ISBN 101880192551
    ISBN 109781880192559

      Selma Radjo, a pupil in the Dobrinja neighbourhood during wartime, recalled how her classes were held in a “business centre where there was once a casino, poker tables and betting machines”. The book is still mandatory course literature during the first semester in Peace and Conflict Studies at my university (I've been teaching the module in question for a couple of years). While Kaldor's book is not as empirically detailed as some other narratives, it does provide useful theoretical tools that can help a researcher parse data.

    The book is an evocative record of school life in wartime bringing together and exquisite and unparalleled set of paintings of girls at school during WW2, and first-hand recollections of pupils who experienced the disrupted schooling, the air-raids, the doodlebugs and the lessons in underground shelters. of Dobrinja. In academic terms, this book is a case study of the war schools of Dobrinja set within the background of schooling throughout the beseiged city of Sarajevo. In more human terms, this is the story of the teachers and students of Dobrinja, the students who asserted their right to their education and the teachers who answered their call.

      World War One started in the Balkans and this book drills down into the events and operations of It’s been accused of having a Serbian slant, but it’s still good to get their perspective even if you think it does, and mercifully has a cheaper paperback release. As the United States enters World War II, two boys are eager to get into the action. Spencer, 16, leaps into Army paratrooper training, needing to prove some things to his father--and to himself. Half a world away, Dieter, 15, succeeds as a model member of the Hitler Youth, rising through the ranks to defend the Fatherland.


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Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. The War Schools of Dobrinja: Schooling Under Siege in a Sarajevo Community “Dobrinja was a special place,” said Behija Jakić () a high school sociology and philosophy teacher, who was trapped in her Dobrinja residence during the spring of Cited by: 2.

Book Review The War Schools of Dobrinja: Reading, Writing, and Resistance during the Siege of Sarajevo by David M. Berman. San Francisco: Caddo Gap Press, pp. $ (paper). research on “The war schools of Dobrinja.” His recent book, The Heroes of Treca Gimnazija: A War School in Sarajevo (), is a case study of a Sarajevo secondary school during the years of the siege.

He will return to the University of Sarajevo during under a. Dobrinja is a suburb in the western outskirts of Sarajevo, part of the municipality of Novi is estimated to h inhabitants. Its name comes from the short river Dobrinja that crosses it.

It is today organised in four communities (MZ Dobrinja A, B, C, and D).Entity: Federation of Bosnia and The War Schools of Dobrinja book. The War Schools of Dobrinja: Schooling Under Siege in a Sarajevo Community This book examines the factors and developments that are crucial for.

In academic terms, this book is a case study of the war schools of Dobrinja set within the background of schooling throughout the besieged city of Sarajevo.

In more human terms, this is the story of the teachers and students of Dobrinja, the students who asserted their right to their education and the teachers who answered their call. One contribution simply reads: “Hell.” More than 1, war children, many of whom had never before discussed their experiences and are now dispersed across 35 different countries, call out from the pages of Halilović’s book with stories of playmates lost and first loves found, tragedies suffered and small joys preserved.

One, "The War Schools of Dobrinja: Reading, Writing, and Resistance during the Siege of Sarajevo" (Caddo Gap Press, ), is a case study of the war schools of the Dobrinja community, which was completely cut off from the city by.

The War Schools of Dobrinja: Reading, Writing and Resistance during the Siege of Sarajevo. David M. Berman.xxxii pages, $, ISBN A carefully research, well-documented, and invitingly written story of the teachers and students who maintained schools in Dobrinja during the early s despite the siege of Sarajevo.

Dobrinja. In academic terms, this book is a case study of the war schools of Dobrinja set within the background of schooling throughout the beseiged city of Sarajevo. In more human terms, this is the story of the teachers and students of Dobrinja, the students who asserted their right to their education and the teachers who answered their call.

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The War Schools of Dobrinja Schooling Under Siege in a Sarajevo Community. edited by William Chase, School of Arts & Sciences; Bob Donnorummo, Russian and East European studies, and Ronald H.

Linden, School of Arts & Sciences; managing editor: Eileen O’Malley, Russian and East European studies. The Center for Russian and East European Studies.ing to wartime conditions.

I am now working on a second book on the war schools of Dobrinja, “a special place,” in the words of one teacher, “a siege within a siege,” totally cut off from Sarajevo proper during the first months of the war, creating in the people who were trapped there a determined resolve to survive.A School History of the Great War was written just as World War I was ending.

Comparing it to history books of today, the book would not be considered an acceptable textbook in public schools. However, when taking its environmental context into account, A School History of the Great War can be a valuable tool in seeing how American scholars at /5(5).