Family of Djuro Ivkovic

  • his wife Rada Ivkovic, nee Zurovac, born in 1939 in Rabina village, Nevesinje Municipality, housewife by profession;
  • his daughter Branka Ivkovic, born in 1960, employed in Nevesinje
  • his daughter Dragana Ivkovic, born in 1969, mother of four children -son Milos (1990), daughter Natasa (1992), daughter Jelena (1994), and daughter Aleksandra (1999).
  • His daughter-in-law Zora Ivkovic, born in 1960, mother of three children -twin sons Marko and Aleksandar, (1990) and daughter Irena (1998).
  • In June and July 1992 they saved several unarmed expelled civilians, including at least 5 children aged from 6 months to 12 years, detained in the Nevesinje Police Station
  • Although they had three 2-year-old children and a baby of their own in their house they saved some of their own food and secretly, because it was prohibited, gave their food and milk to the unknown children separated from their parents and left alone without any food or care detained in the basement of the Nevesinje Police Station.
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