brochure “Partizanski spomenik u Mostaru” (1980)
book “Spomenica Mostara 1941-1945.”
another document or proof of the memorial stone (e.g., a photograph).
Pašo M. KOLUDER
JAŠAR PAŠA KOLUDER, son of MUSTAFA, born in Mostar on October 9, 1902, shoemaker. Activist of the People’s Liberation Movement. Arrested on February 12, 1945, with a group of other people from Mostar and taken to Sarajevo, where he was executed at the end of March. He was liquidated in retaliation by the Ustaše shortly before their withdrawal from Sarajevo, shortly before the liberation of the capital. After a failed assassination attempt on the notorious Ustashe commander Maks Luburić in early March 1945, Luburić took over the judiciary in Sarajevo and established his own Special Court. This so-called Special Court, through judgments UKP. No. 1/45 and UKP. No. 2/45, published in the final issue of the Ustaše newspaper “Novi list” on April 3, 1945, sentenced dozens of people to death. Early in the morning of March 28, 1945, seven days before the liberation of the city, the Ustaše publicly hanged 56 people at Marindvor, and several more were found in Luburić’s villa who could not be identified due to the mutilation of their remains. The name of Paša Koluder was published as number 4 on the notice/information about the death sentence “by shooting.”
Luburićev oglas; Kazali su ili napisali – Stranica 38 (slobodni.net) ; Luburićev oglas; Jasenovac Research Institute ; Kazali su ili napisali – Stranica 38 (slobodni.net) ; grupa autora: Spomenica Mostara 1941-1945.
Photo of the memorial plaque: S. Demirović.
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