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Siege of Sarajevo survivor Dee Plecic publishes first-person account of the biggest genocide in Europe since the Nazis

The main emphases of her book are focused on political games used by mass media, radio and TV stations that destroyed the once united Yugoslavia.


“The points of my book are to educate people about the biggest genocide in Europe after Hitler… (and) to open their eyes to not be brainwashed with political and mass media propaganda.” Dee Plecic

The memoir “On the Margin of the Sky” (2018) by Dee Plecic provides a unique and highly personal perspective on the refugee experience – and a harrowing picture of the Yugoslav Wars. As much as the book tells an amazing story of courage, endurance, and perseverance, it also serves as a stark reminder of how multiculturalism and tolerance could be replaced by racism and political, ethnic and religious tyranny.
Plecic, a Catholic married to a Muslim fanatic, details from her life during Siege of Sarajevo: timing her rush to work to avoid artillery and bombing attacks, scraping enough food for her family and others, maintaining some semblances of normality through music, and raising her children amid the war and chaos. She also narrates the background and causes of the conflict, both from her own perspective and from careful research into recent history on the subject.

The author’s journey continues with her escape to the United States, where she eventually became a citizen. Despite having lived in peace and beauty in Florida, Plecic could never forget the horrors of ethnic cleansing in her homeland. However, on her return visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina years later, she recognized a new problem that is poisoning her people: Islamic fundamentalism (in the form of Wahhabism) imported from Saudi Arabia.
Read more about Dee Plecic’s experiences during the Yugoslav Wars and know what she has to say about Islamic fundamentalism. Order “On the Margin of the Sky” on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
On the Margin of the Sky
Author | Dee Plecic
Published date | April 2018
Publisher | Kindle Direct Publishing on
Paperback price | $39.99
Kindle eBooks $9.99
Publisher | Barnes &
Hard Cover price | $24.04
NOOK BOOK | $12.99
About the Author
Dee Plecic was born in Sarajevo. Graduate Economics on University of Sarajevo, survived the horror of the Ethnic Cleansing in Bosnia war. Come to United States in 1966. Graduate Computer science on DePaul University, Chicago. As a student on DePaul University, her teacher had discovered her talent for writing and supported her to write the book. She moved from Chicago to Florida where she and her family building better life in America.

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