He was the president of the "Union of Croatian Eagles" ("Hrvatski orlovski savez"). When the association was banned by King Alexander's dictatorship, he reformed it together with Ivan Merz under the name "Crusaders" ("Križari"). He was subsequently imprisoned for this act and bishops Akšamović and Bonefačić were brought in by the authorities for questioning.
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