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Under the colors [by] Milovan Djilas.

Milovan Дђilas

Under the colors [by] Milovan Djilas.

Translated by Lovett F. Edwards.

by Milovan Дђilas

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Published by Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Montenegro -- History -- Fiction

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPG1418 D53 U6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination557p.
    Number of Pages557
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18218135M

      Flabby and expressionless, the man had a putrid color. Under the prewar royalist regime, Rankovic had been in prison with Milovan Djilas. Communists in the underground, and then together as partisans in the war, the two had been colleagues as well as rivals—either might have succeeded Tito. Djilas was even titular Vice-President of Yugoslavia. Milovan Djilas, Djilas also spelled Ðilas, (born J , Podbišće [near Kolašin], Montenegro [Yugos.]—died Ap , Belgrade, Serbia), prolific political writer and former Yugoslav communist official remembered for his disillusionment with of his work has been translated into English from Serbo-Croatian. After receiving his law degree in .

    A theory of the new class was developed by Milovan Đilas the Vice President of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia under Josip Broz Tito, who participated with Tito in the Yugoslav People's Liberation War, but was later purged by him as Đilas began to advocate democratic and egalitarian ideals (which he believed were more in line with the way socialism and communism . This is the third of Milovan Djilas' ""prison books,"" written during the incarceration () which followed his expulsion from the top ranks of the Yugoslav government. The present work— which, if current reports are to be believed, may well be the last that we shall have from Djilas' pen—is a biography of Rade Njegos, prince-bishop of Cetinje, ruler of Montenegro, and .

    Conversations with Stalin (Serbian: Razgovori sa Staljinom) is a historical memoir by Yugoslav communist and intellectual Milovan Đilas. The book is an account of Đilas's experience of several diplomatic trips to Soviet Russia as a representative of the Yugoslav g in hindsight, Đilas recounts how his initial enthusiasms and feelings of ideological and ethnic . Djilas: the last of the Titoites 1. Appropriately enough, Titoism, which once raised such high hopes as an alternative to Stalinism, has now had its obituary written by the man who in effect created and supplied it with an ideology and who has been disgraced and imprisoned by Tito for carrying its doctrines to their logical conclusion.


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