Nahid Kulenović

Nahid Kulenović (5 July 1929 – 30 June 1969) was an emigree Croatian newspaper columnist, editor (Hrvatska sloboda, Hrvatska straža) and activist, president of the German branch of Croatian Liberation Movement (HOP).[1][2] He was the son of Džafer Kulenović, a highly ranked official of the Independent State of Croatia,[2] and was married to Marijana, daughter of a Croatian activist, Berislav Đuro Deželić.[3]

Nahid Kulenović
Born(1929-07-05)5 July 1929
Died30 June 1969(1969-06-30) (aged 39)
OccupationPolitician, newspaper columnist, editor and activist
SpouseMarijana Deželić
Parent
RelativesOsman Kulenović (uncle)

Kulenović was assassinated, reportedly by the Yugoslav Secret Police (UDBA), in his Munich apartment in June 1969.[2][4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ (in Croatian) Gordan Akrap, Mač i štit u rukama partije – represivni sustav u funkciji oblikovanja korpusa javnog znanja, National security and the future, Vol.11 No.4, October 2010, pp. 220-21:

    Ćurić je povremeno pomagao Nahidu Kulenoviću i dr. Branku Jeliću u njihovom javnom djelovanju i u tiskovinama koje su uređivali. Nahid Kulenović, sin Džafer Beg Kulenovića, bio je najutjecajniji Musliman među pripadnicima hrvatske političke emigracije. Svojim je djelovanjem pokušao utjecati na Muslimane i pridobiti ih za davanje podrške hrvatskoj političkoj emigraciji. Kulenović je uređivao emigrantske tiskovine „Hrvatska sloboda“ i „Hrvatska straža“.

  2. ^ a b c "Nedjeljko Mrkonjić žrtva svog susjeda". Slobodna Dalmacija (in Croatian). 18 August 2000. Retrieved 19 February 2017.
  3. ^ (in Croatian) Gordan Akrap, Mač i štit u rukama partije – represivni sustav u funkciji oblikovanja korpusa javnog znanja, National security and the future, Vol. 11 No. 4, October 2010, p. 221
  4. ^ “Exiles Speak of Yugoslav Death List”, The Times of London, 2 July 1969.