Jasha M Levi
Influenced as teenager by surrealists, poetry, Yugoslav, French, Russian and American literature, paintings and architecture.
Spent part of WW II in civilian confinement in Italy, fought in Dalmatia from 1944 to the end of the war in Tito's army, became foreign correspondent at 24, attending the Paris Peace talks in 1946, covering Greece, Turkey, Budapest, Prague. Edited center-spread of leading Belgrade daily in 1951 Borba dedicated to the Tito-Stalin break. Reported on Korean Peace talks from Panmunjom and the UN session in Lake Success, covered both the republican and democratic more...