Svetozar Corovic Net Worth
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Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $154,5 Million.
Svetozar Corovic information Birth date: May 29, 1875, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina Death date: April 17, 1919, Kingdom of Yugoslavia Birth place: Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina Profession:Writer
:How tall is Svetozar Corovic – 1,85m.
How much weight is Svetozar Corovic – 86kg
Svetozar ?orovi? (29 May 1875 – 17 April 1919) was a Bosnian Serb novelist. In his books, he often wrote of life in Herzegovina and, more specifically, the city of Mostar. His brother was Vladimir ?orovi?, a distinguished Serbian historian who was killed in 1941 during World War II in Greece.
Biography,Svetozar Corovic was born on 29 May 1875 in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was then a part of the Ottoman Empire, where he completed elementary school and trade school. From 1887 he published various works in many newspapers and magazines such as Golub (The Pigeon), Neven, Bosanska Vila (Bosnian Fairy), Luca, Otadzbina (Fatherland) and Brankovo Kolo. He was an active member of the Society of Mostar called Gusle. He also participated in other Serbian literary and cultural activities. He was the editor of Neretljanin calendar (1894, 1895), the initiator and editor of the first three issues of Zora (Dawn) magazine (1896–1901), member of the editorial board and associate of the Narod (People) newspaper (1907). His friends and peers in the field of culture at the time were Jovan Ducic and Aleksa Santic. One of Santics sisters, Radojka (Persa) became Corovics wife.During the annexation crisis of 1908 he fled to Italy but was elected as the delegate by The Bosnian Parliament in 1910. Prior to the first Balkan war of 1912, he combined patriotic themes with folkloric elements to produce, Zulumcar (The Despot), his best-known play. Upon the outbreak of war in 1914 Corovic was arrested and sent to the notorious POW camp of Boldogason in Hungary where he developed the disease that eventually caused his premature death. Seriously ill he returned to Mostar in 1917.His two remaining years were a constant fight against tuberculosis that raveged his body. In Serbias Great War, 1914–1918 by Andrej Mitrovic on page 77, we read how he was mistreated as a prisoner-of-war: Josip Smodlaka later recalled furious Hungarian soldiers wanted to massacre him and his comrades in Budapest, and the prominent writer Svetozar Corovic was forced by guards to run without food or water beside the railway transport carrying prisoners.Svetozar Corovic died in Mostar on 17 April 1919. He died after sustaining brutal punishment and succumbing to disease transmitted in internment camps, where he spent the first three years of World War I. It cannot be denied that the patriotism exhibited by Corovic and his brothers-at-arms was unquestionable, for little mercy was shown by the Hungarians to all those who fell into their hands. The severity of reprisal is itself the best testimony to the fear and anxiety inspired by the presence of active Serb soldiers from Bosnia and Herzegovina on the flanks and in rear of the invaders.
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