Čedomir Višnjić

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Born (1960-02-09) February 9, 1960 (age 63)
Ogulin, Yugoslavia,

Čedomir Višnjić (Ogulin, Yugoslavia, 9 February 1960) is a Serbian historian, politician and writer.

He is the president of the Serbian Cultural Association Prosvjeta since 2002. He was the Assistant Minister of Culture of the Republic of Croatia from 2004 to 2012.


He was educated in Dubrave, Ogulin and Zagreb, where he graduated in political science at the Faculty of Political Sciences.

He worked at the Croatian Pension Insurance Institute from 1985 to 1991. From 1996 to 2004, he ran the publishing business of SKD Prosvjeta. He was a member of the Assembly of the City of Ogulin on the list of the Croatian Social Liberal Party from 1993 to 1997. [1][1]

He was elected president of SKD "Prosvjeta" for the third time in the elections in May 2012. His opponent was Slobodan Uzelac.[2]


In his works, he deals with the history of Serbs in Croatia.

  • "Kordunaški proces", SKD "Prosvjeta" Zagreb 1997
  • "Serbs in Croatia 1918 - 1941, annotated biography", SKD "Prosvjeta", Zagreb 2000
  • "Partisan Holidays - Croatia and Serbs", SKD "Prosvjeta", Zagreb 2003


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