Julka Janić (rođ. Tomić)

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Name Julka Janić (rođ. Tomić)
Date of birth 1858
Date of death 1946
Country Serbia
Language Serbian

About her personal situation

She was born in Vršac in 1858. Her brother was Jaša Tomić, a politician and statesman. She finished elementary and girls' school in Vršac, and then continued her education in Timisoara and Vienna, where she taught German language and literature. In 1882, she moved with her family to Belgrade, where she worked as a pedagogue. Later she joined Katarina Milovuk's school, which will later become a Senior Women's School in Belgrade. In 1904 she moved to Thessaloniki to live, where she will stay until 1907. She married professor Jaša Janić, who worked at the gymnasium, and she also went to work in the gymnasium. They had three children: Jaša, Svetozar and Sloboda. She died in 1946 in Belgrade and was buried at the New Cemetery.

Place of birth Vršac
Place(s) of residence Austria, Greece, Romania, and Serbia
Place of death Beograd
Nationality Srpkinja
First language(s) Serbian and Serbian
Marital status Married
Number of children 3
Name(s) of children Jaša, Svetozar, Sloboda
Gender of children M(2), F(1)
Education University education

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Profession(s) and other activities Writer of prose and novel and Translator
Language(s) in which she wrote Serbian and Serbian

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