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Vladimir "Senjko" Ćopić (8 March 1891 – 19 April 1939) was a Croatian communist, one of the leaders of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia. During the Spanish Civil War, in the period from 1937 to mid-1938, he was the commander of the XV International Brigade.
Like General "Gal", he had been conscripted into the Austro-Hungarian army during World War I, and subsequently captured by the Russians.
His brother, Milan Ćopić, was in the International Brigades' prison at Camp Lucász.
References and sources
- ^ Cecil Eby, Comrades and Commissars, pp 66-67