Bogoljub Kujundžić

Bogoljub Kujundžić (1887 in Livno, Austria-Hungary – 1949 in Kitzbühel, Austria) was a Serbian politician before and during World War II.

Bogoljub Kujundžić
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Minister of Justice of Serbian Government of National Salvation
In office
10 November 1942 – 4 October 1944
Prime MinisterMilan Nedić
Preceded byČedomir Marjanović
Succeeded byOffice abolished
Personal details
Bogoljub Kujundžić

Livno, Condominium of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kitzbühel, Austria
OccupationPolitician, soldier
Military service
Allegiance Kingdom of Serbia
 Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Government of National Salvation
Unit18th Regiment
Battles/warsWorld War I

Kujundžić was born to a wealthy Serbian merchant family in Livno (present day Bosnia-Herzegovina), and educated in Karlowitz before going off to study law in Zagreb and Vienna. While studying in Vienna, he was Secretary of the "Zora Society," which was an organization for Serbian students. During World War I he fought for Serbian Kingdom and was wounded. After the First World War, he was active in politics, being first assigned to the Yugoslav embassy in Rome, then being appointed to Minister of Forests and Mines in 1925, before becoming Minister of Education. He collaborated with the Axis powers during the war and became the Minister of Justice in the Government of National Salvation, a collaborationist government set up by Nazi Germany following the invasion of Yugoslavia. He escaped the Soviets and Partisans prior to the liberation and fled to Austria at the end of the war, where he died in 1949.