Born in 1955, Broz is the youngest child of Žarko LeonTito in Bjelovar by Stanislava Koprivica-Oštrić, a joint issue of the Coordinative Committee for Cherishing Revolutionary Traditions in Bjelovar and the Institute for the History of Workers Movement of Croatia, Zagreb, 1978, page 76. Broz, Tito's eldest son, and Zlata Jelinek-Broz. She worked as a free-lance journalist from 1970 to 1975; many of her articles and interviews were published in newspapers and magazines.
She graduated from the Belgrade Medical School in 1980 and has served as a cardiologist at the Military Medical Academy (VMA) from 1981 to 1999, and volunteered her services at the outbreak of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992. Her new project is about inter-ethnic marriages entered into during the war.
In 2000, she moved to Sarajevo permanently. The reason for this was, as she stated in an interview for Bosnian daily newspaper Nezavisne novine: "After the NATO intervention, I moved to Sarajevo. Twenty years ago, Belgrade was a Europeanmetropolis, a city that I loved a lot. Unfortunately, in a way that city has lost its soul. Sarajevo, despite going through a four year long siege of hell, kept its soul intact. I love Bosnia-Herzegovina, I feel as this is my homeland. Last year I...... Read More