Jefto Dedijer

Jefto Dedijer

Jefto Dedijer was a Serb writer who was born to a peasant family, in the 19th Century in Bileća in the Herzegovina region (today in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina) of what was then Austria-Hungary. He had two sons, Vladimir and Stevan.

See also

*Vladimir Dedijer
*Stevan Dedijer

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