Djilas


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  • DJILAS (M.) — DJILAS MILOVAN (1911 1995) Né près de Kolasin, dans un village du Monténégro, Djilas, après des études de philosophie à l’université de Belgrade, s’inscrit en 1932 au Parti communiste, à l’époque interdit; il purge peu après une peine de trois… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Djilas —   [ dʑi ], Đilas [ dʑi ], Milovan, jugoslawischer Politiker und serbischer Schriftsteller, * Polja (bei Kolašin, Montenegro) 12. 6. 1911, ✝ Belgrad 20. 4. 1995; trat 1932 der KP bei; 1932 35 in Haft, wurde 1938 ins ZK, 1940 ins Politbüro gewählt …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Djilas — Milovan Đilas (rechts) zusammen mit Tito und Aleksandar Ranković (links) Milovan Đilas (kyrillisch Милован Ђилас, transkribierte Schreibweise: Milovan Djilas; * 12. Juni 1911 in Podbišće, Montenegro; † 20. April …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Djilas — /ji lahs/, n. Milovan /mee law vahn/, born 1911, Yugoslavian political leader and author. * * * …   Universalium

  • Djilas — Dji•las [[t]ˈdʒɪl ɑs[/t]] n. big Milovan, 1911–95, Yugoslavian political leader and author …   From formal English to slang

  • Djilas — /ji lahs/, n. Milovan /mee law vahn/, born 1911, Yugoslavian political leader and author …   Useful english dictionary

  • Djilas, Milovan — born June 12, 1911, Podbišce, Montenegro died April 20, 1995, Belgrade, Serbia Yugoslav politician and political writer. His opposition to Yugoslavia s royalist dictatorship led to a prison term (1933–36). He joined the Yugoslav Communist Party s …   Universalium

  • Djilas, Milovan — (1911–1995)    Born in Pobišcé, Montenegro, Djilas was a leading member of the Yugoslav Communist Party (YCP) and a minister in the communist government of Yugoslavia after the war, becoming vice president to Josef Tito and viewed as his likely… …   Historical dictionary of Marxism

  • Djilas,Milovan — Dji·las (jĭlʹäs), Milovan. 1911 1995. Yugoslavian writer and politician who was a prominent member of Tito s resistance movement during World War II and later held high government and Communist Party positions before his dismissal in 1954 for… …   Universalium

  • Djilas, Milovan — ► (n. 1911) Político yugoslavo. Máximo teórico del comunismo yugoslavo. Autor de La nueva clase, en la que atacaba el burocratismo, y de una biografía de Tito. * * * (12 jun. 1911, Podbišce, Montenegro–20 abr. 1995, Belgrado, Serbia). Político y… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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