22 August 1928 |
Sarajevo, Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (now: Bosnia and Herzegovina)
|Relatives||Danijel Ivin (brother), Ivo Goldstein (son)|
During World War II
At the beginning of the Second World War his father was killed by Ustaše at the Jadovno concentration camp. Slavko, his mother Lea and brother Daniel escaped and joined the Partisans with whome thay stayed until the end of the war. Slavko was an active member of the combat units, his mother was a nurse and brother was a courier. When the war ended, Slavko was only 17. He obtained the rank of lieutenant.
Life in Israel
He studied literature and philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb, but he never graduated.
Goldstein is working as a journalist, editor and writer in many Croatian newspapers. He wrote screenplays for several Yugoslav World War II films such as Signal Over the City (Signali nad gradom, 1960) and Operation Stadium (Akcija stadion, 1977, co-written with Dušan Vukotić). He edited more than 150 books, and as a publisher, he worked on about 400 titles.
He was president of the Jewish religious organisation "Bet Israel" that was founded in 2007 after an internal conflict occurred in the Jewish community of Zagreb.
- Okrug Karlovac 1941.; (with I. Butković and M. Bekić), 1965.
- Holokaust u Zagrebu; 2001.
- 1941. – Godina koja se vraća; 2007.
- Jasenovac and Bleiburg are not the same; 2011. (with his son Ivo Goldstein)
- Josip Broz Tito; 2015. (with his son Ivo Goldstein)
- "Holocaust Survivors and Victims Database: Slavko Goldstein". United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Retrieved 8 February 2013.
- "Goldstein Slavko". Croatian Writers Society (in Croatian). Retrieved 2 April 2010.
- "Ivo Izchak Goldstein". Pages of testimony by Daniel Ivin Goldstein (son) (Yad Vashem).
- http://www.filmovi.com/yu/film/780.shtml (Serbian)
- http://www.filmovi.com/yu/film/239.shtml (Serbian)
- "Croatian Jews hope elections will end area's isolation". Jweekly.com. 7 January 2000. Retrieved 2 April 2010.
- Pandža, Gordan (15 September 2006). "Sinagogu u Zagrebu gradit će obje općine" (PDF). Vjesnik (in Croatian). Retrieved 17 May 2009.