August Harambašić

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August Harambašić
(Theodor Mayerhofer, not later than 1891)

August Harambašić (July 14, 1861 - July 16, 1911) was a Croatian writer, poet, publisher, politician and translator from the 19th century.

He was born in Donji Miholjac, and studied law in Vienna and Zagreb. Politically he followed the sharp line of Ante Starčević's Croatian Party of Rights, which landed him in jail several times. He was a representative in the Croatian Parliament from 1901. He was an editor and reporter for various periodicals. He died in Zagreb.

Harambašić translated various books of famous authors into Croatian.

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