Nahid Kulenović

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Nahid Kulenović
Born (1929-07-05)5 July 1929
Brčko, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Died 30 June 1969(1969-06-30) (aged 39)
München, Germany
Spouse(s) Marijana Deželić

Nahid Kulenović (5 July 1929 – 30 June 1969) was a Yugoslav newspaper columnist, editor (Hrvatska sloboda, Hrvatska straža) and activist.[1]

Nahid was born in Brčko, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He assassinated 30 June 1969 by the Yugoslav Secret Police, UDBA, in Munich.[2]

Family[edit]

His father Džafer Kulenović, a Yugoslav politician, died in Syria in 1956. Nahid's mother was Zumreta. He had an older sister named Aida (born 1924).[3] Through his father, Nahid was the nephew of Osman Kulenović (1889–1947). Nahid was married to Marijana Deželić, the daughter of the well-known Croatian activist, Berislav Đuro Deželić.[4]

His son Džafer, named after his father, is a politician in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

References[edit]

  1. ^ (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. 220-221:

    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. ^ “Exiles Speak of Yugoslav Death List.” The Times of London. 2 July 1969.
  3. ^ "Znameniti Hrvati islamske vjere". SCRIBD. 1995. Retrieved 22 March 2015. 
  4. ^ (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. 221