Djilas (was: Re: Questions about "Slobo")
mstainsby at tao.ca
Thu Feb 14 13:15:13 MST 2002
Wasn't it technically house arrest?
Maybe I'm remembering things falsely, but the form of repression against
Milovan Djilas always seemed to support the image of benevolence for Tito, not
weaken it... it would not have been like that in the other European countries
where the Communist Party was in power.
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From: "Johannes Schneider"
Exactly, because he was already in prison, when the book appeared in 1957.
So his prison term simply was extended until 1961. From 62-66 to he was put
into prison again.
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