Bozidar has always told amazing stories of his life in Communist Yugoslavia, in Titograd Montenegro. These stories will be coming alive when his memoir is published and possibly a movie. There is so much to learn and appreciate about our good fortune when you hear and, understand his life. Born into a poor family with no running water, phone or a car. Sleeping on corn husk mattress where life was a struggle in a communist country with anti-communist parents. Follow the story of The Little Boy Inside.
I was born in Eastern Europe, living in Communist Yugoslavia in Titograd Montenegro. I had a very active childhood and exciting life. I eventually journeying to America and now traveling the world. One day my wife asked me to write my memories about my life, both the good and bad experiences while living in Montenegro. She says I have lived a very interesting life and have mesmerized many with my stories.
I started writing my memoir, The Little Boy Inside. I came to the USA when I was 20 years old where I learned to speak and read the language but never formally learned to write English. I wrote my stories in the form of Serbian/Montenegrin shorthand, then I dictate the stories in English where they are transcribed and then Linda cleans up the transcript and then sends it to an editor.
Take the hidden route to church
Bozidar's neighbor is abducted by the secret police.
A child of anti-commist parents get treated differently.
My name is Bozidar Nikcevich, also known as Bobo.
I am writing the story about me growing up in Yugoslavia, in Titograd Montenegro. I want to tell the story of how I lived, in the country where your freedom is limited. I am writing this story to tell my children, family, friends and the rest of America how very lucky they are to live in a beautiful and free country of the United States of America.
My parents had nine children and I am the youngest. I was born November, 28 1950 five years after Second World War. The countries were still apart, there were a lot of problems with the communist regime freedom fighters and everybody else who was involved in war.
My father told the family Montenegro was throne apart because of politics. Growing up in Yugoslavia wasn't that easy, it was a hard life because my father was labeled anti-Communist which meant that so many privileges were denied . Follow the story of The Little Boy Inside.
1. No running water and the mattress was stuffed with corn husks
2. Naked boy – Bobo as a little rascal running wild and free in the neighborhood
3. Mom and dad happy after sex on their corn husk bed – Bobo asks for money
1. My father Radovan Nikcevich immigrated to the USA
2. Radovan works for Mr. Chrysler
3. Protecting Jews – Hid Jewish family while Nazis searched for Jews
1. Catching 90-year-old grandparents having sex
2. Father swears at Bobo in English - Son of a Bitch
3. Cars screech and his daughters scream in the middle of the night
Authorities explanation - He was only going on vacation
1. Breakfast at School – children of anti-communist not allowed
2. Russian Language Teacher – Which is better Soviet Union or America?
My answer got my teeth knocked out
3. Saved Drowning Man – the fast-running River Moraca
1. First Sexual Encounter – European sex ed class in the bedroom
2. One of few students that passed Air Force exam . Anti-communist dad says no
3. Fake Passport and a Ferry to Italy with friends
1.Father died when I was 16 years old
2.Racing Kayaks in the white waters all around Yugoslavia
3.My Father wanted me to go to America