November 30, 1886|
Slavonski Brod, Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia
|Died||April 29, 1929
Sveti Duh na Ostrem Vrhu, Oblast of Maribor, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
He was one of the leaders of Communist Party of Yugoslavia under the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. He actively opposed the January 6 Dictatorship of King Alexander I. Due to this, he was arrested in Zagreb and executed on the Yugoslav border with Austria on April 25, 1929.
From 1945 to 1990 a street in Zagreb was named for him, Đuro Đaković Workers' Street (Radnička cesta Đure Đakovića). The name was shortened to Workers' Street (Radnička cesta) after the Croatian War of Independence. A street in Ljubljana was also renamed after him, Đaković Street (Slovene: 'Djakovićeva cesta'), but the original name Litostroj Street (Litostrojska cesta) was restored in 1993.
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