Saňin Mlakar

Saňin Mlakar
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Chairman of the Communist Party of Luepola
In office
2 June 1947 – 21 August 1947
PremierJozef Horović
Preceded byAnton Marusić
Succeeded byOffice Abolished
Marvin Gehrig
(as Imperial Commissioner of Luepola)
Chairman of the Socialist Internationale
In office
2 June 1947 – 21 August 1947
Preceded byAnton Marusić
Succeeded byOffice Abolished
Personal details
Born
Saňin Nikola Mlakar

(1892-12-30)30 December 1892
Judusa, Bosunija, Luepola
Died16 April 1948(1948-04-16) (aged 55)
Prishek, People's Republic of Luepola
Political partyCommunist Party of Luepola
Spouse(s)Valentina Belova Mlakar (1941-1948)
Alma materUniversity of Voitz
Military service
Allegiance People's Republic of Luepola
Branch/servicePeople's Republic of Luepola Luepolan People's Army
Years of service1936-1947
Battles/warsGreat War

Saňin Mlakar (Luepolan: [ˈsaɲin mlaˈkar]; 30 December 1892 – 16 April 1948) was a Luepolan Flecquist politician who briefly served as the acting Chairman of the Luepolan party and the de facto leader of the People's Republic of Luepola at the end of the Great War upon the death of his predecessor Anton Marusić. Following the final words of advice given to him by Marusić, Mlakar ordered the surrender of the Luepolan People's Army.

Following the surrender, he was detained by Vierz troops and brought to Talheim, where he stood trial for war crimes, including the Bombing of Talheim. He was found guilty and given a death sentence, which was carried out by hanging on 16 April 1948.