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Darko Hudelist Biography

Darko Hudelist is a famous Journalist, who was born on February 27, 1959 in Croatia. Darko Hudelist (Zagreb, February 27, 1959) is a Croatian journalist, non-fiction writer and researcher of contemporary history. According to Astrologers, Darko Hudelist’s zodiac sign is Pisces.

In 1989, he collaborated with the French magazine Les Temps Modernes which published his analytical articles on the conflicts between Albanians and Macedonians in the Socialist Republic of Macedonia; these articles were originally published in Start in the spring of 1988.

Hudelist’s second book, Banket u Hrvatskoj: Prilozi povijesti hrvatskog višestranačja 1989.-1990. (Banquet in Croatia: Historical Contributions to Croatia’s Multipartyism of 1989–1990) gives a witty Krležian portrayal of politicians and intellectuals who were, during the breakup of Yugoslavia, forming the first political parties in Croatia and in such a way laying the foundation for Croatia’s separation from the SFR Yugoslavia and its independence. The main protagonist during these events was the founder of the HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union) Franjo Tuđman. The first edition of the book Banket u Hrvatskoj (Banquet in Croatia) was published in 1991 and the second (slightly revised edition) was published in 1999.

A new book about Franjo Tuđman is planned to be published, which will mainly deal with his statesmanship activities (in the period between 1990–1999). The first book in that series (the book about the Catholic church and its political activities in the SFR Yugoslavia) will be released at the beginning of the second half of 2015. Since 2014, Darko Hudelist has been writing for the Jutarnji List.

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Hudelist’s third book Novinari pod šljemom (Journalists Under Helmets, 1992) analyses war journalism in Croatia during the Homeland War of 1991.

Darko Hudelist Net Worth

Darko Hudelist is one of the richest Journalist & listed on most popular Journalist. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Darko Hudelist net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

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Hudelist was born in Zagreb and completed his elementary and secondary education (gymnasium) in Đurđevac. In 1982, he graduated from the Faculty of Political Science in Zagreb with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. He began his career in journalism in 1979 working as a rock critic for the youth weekly publication Polet. From 1982 until 1991, Hudelist was as a regular contributor and member of the editorial staff for the magazine Start. In the late 1980s, he systemically monitored and analyzed events preceding the breakup of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, after which he published his first book Kosovo – bitka bez iluzija (Kosovo – A Battle without Illusions, 1989). His legendary investigative report Split vražji otok (lit. Devil Island Split) was published during the same period (Start, March 1988).

Hudelist’s third book Novinari pod šljemom (Journalists Under Helmets, 1992) analyses war journalism in Croatia during the Homeland War of 1991.

In 1992, Hudelist published a book about war journalism in Croatia titled Novinari pod šljemom (Journalists under Helmets).

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Received the “Sedam sekretara SKOJ-a” award in 1989 for the book Kosovo – bitka bez iluzija (Kosovo – A Battle without Illusions).

In 1994, he served as an advisor for Croatia’s BBC team which was working on the world-famous documentary The Death of Yugoslavia. From 1993 until the late 1990s, he was also a regular contributor for Erasmus, a magazine which promoted liberal democracy.

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Received the Croatian Journalists’ Association’s award for Best Interview of the Year in 2002 (for his interview with Andrija Hebrang).

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Ranked on the list of most popular Journalist. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Croatia. Darko Hudelist celebrates birthday on February 27 of every year.

In 1995, Hudelist began writing for the leading Croatian weekly news magazine Globus, for which he still writes today. He authored and published many articles for Globus as well as having published extensive analytical interviews with prominent Croatian politicians and full-length series about the most significant political and historically-political topics like Ratni memoari generala Martina Špegelja (War Memoirs of General Martin Špegelj, 1995), Tuđman: biografija (Tuđman: A Biography, 1996–1997), Kanadski životopis Gojka Šuška (A Canadian Biography of Gojko Šušak, 1999–2000), Trinaest stoljeća kršćanstva u Hrvata (Thirteen Centuries of Christianity amongst Croatians, 2008), etc.

Received the Jutarnji list’s award for Best Book of the Year in the Field of Journalism in 2005 for his book Tuđman – biografija (Tuđman: A Biography).

Hudelist’s fifth book Moj beogradski dnevnik: Susreti i razgovori s Dobricom Ćosićem 2006.-2011. (My Belgrade Journal: Meetings and Conversations with Dobrica Ćosić 2006–2011) was a kind of recapitulation of his historical research in Belgrade during that period and, at the same time, a fairly complex and multi-dimensional portrait of the most significant protagonist of Serbian nationalism in Tito’s Yugoslavia, Dobrica Ćosić. Amongst other things he shared with Hudelist, Ćosić revealed his suicidal thoughts, which he was obsessed with since his youth and which significantly predefined his public and political (appositional) activities in the SFR Yugoslavia. At the same time, that book was a precursor for Hudelist’s new cycle of books under the collective title Dvadeseto stoljeće (The Twentieth Century).

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