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Introduction My grandfather Osman Dedic was born on November 26 1929 in a small village in Bosnia called Gorne Dubrave During this time Bonsia was an undeveloped nation affiliated with Yugoslavia The village my grandfather lived in was an immense distance away from several major cities and airports The town did not have a sewage system and the cement streets were unfinished Most houses in the village did not have electricity and phone lines The village also lacked streetlights and a water supply system Moreover the villagers were forced to obtain water from a nearby river and pump out the water from an aquifer using a well The town contained few stores transportation facilities and educational institutions Most stores would sell need-based goods such as clothes food and labor equipment In the village government control and influence affected many town people The government controls the production of crops and the amount of farmland given to the villagers Unfortunately the villagers would sell most of their crops for a low price to the government Villagers did not even have passports and wouldnt receive the documents because the government wouldnt allow people to emigrate Without a passport one could not get a visa for another country and without visa one could not find a job This governmental system forced many people to settle in the same village their entire life Nevertheless my grandfather had different opinions I always had my own thoughts and rules on how life should be For this reason I encountered many difficulties in my life As a young child my grandfather loved to pursue law and justice He did not follow the role of an influential leader but rather treated everyone with respect and equality When my grandfather was eight years old he would play with his friends in the playground One day however a child from the neighboring area decided to come over to the playground and take advantage of the other
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