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Osman Nuri Hadžić

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Pen name  Aziz Osman
Name  Osman Hadzic
Children  4
Ethnicity  Bosniak
Language  Bosnian

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Born  28 June 1869 Mostar, Bosnia Eyalet, Ottoman Empire (1869-06-28)
Died  23 December 1937(1937-12-23) (aged 68) Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia

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Osman Nuri Hadžić (28 June 1869 – 23 December 1937) was a Bosnian intellectual and writer. On 1 May 1900, he co-launched the political journal Behar with Safvet beg Bašagić and Edhem Mulabdić.

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Biography

Hadžić was educated in Sarajevo, Vienna and Zagreb, where he earned a diploma in 1899. He first served in the district court in his hometown Mostar, as well as Sarajevo. Hadžić later served in the Provincial Government in Sarajevo. During the First World War, he was a manager in Dubica and Banja Luka, where he was when the Austro-Hungarian Empire collapsed.

Personal life

Hadžić had four daughters; daughter Bahrija (4 March 1904 – 24 October 1993) was a soprano singer.

Works

  • Muhammed i Koran – kulturna istorija islama ("Muhammed and the Quran: A Cultural History of Islam"; 1931)
  • References

    Osman Nuri Hadžić Wikipedia


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