Poet, writer and diplomat (b. 1912, Tekirdağ – d. 25 Temmuz 1996). His full name is Fehmi Hilmi Cumalioğlu. After his primary and secondary education in Tekirdağ, he graduated from Istanbul University, Faculty of Medicine where he studied as a military student. While he was working at Samsun Military Hospital as the Head Doctor with the rank of colonel, he retired and embarked on a career in politics with the New Turkey Party. He entered parliament with this party in 1965 and in 1973 he entered parliament with the National Security Party.
POETRY: Örülmemiş Duygular (Unwoven Emotions, 1934), Gölde Sabah (Morning on the Lake 1934), Senin İçin (For You, 1936).
RESEARCH: Vazife ve Feragat (Duty and Denial, 937), 14 Mart'tan İlhamlar (Inspirations From March 14, 1938), Mehmet Akif'in Hayatı ve Tefekkür Cephesi (The Life of Mehmet Akif and His World of Ideas, 1959), Mehmet Akif'in Hayatı ve İstiklal Marşı (Mehmet Akif's Life and the Turkish National Anthem, 1962), Komünizm ve İslâm (Communism and Islam, 1963), İslâm'a İftira Edenlere Cevap! (A Reply to Those Who Defame Islam!, 1967), İman: Milletlerin Kaderini Çizen Hakk'a ve Batıla Dayalı İnanışlar (Faith: The Beliefs Based on God that Compel the Fate of People and Superstitions, 1968).
REFERENCE: TDE Ansiklopedisi (c.2, 1977), “Cumalıoğlu, Fehmi” (Büyük Larousse, cilt: 5, s. 2503), TBE Ansiklopedisi (2001), Mehmet Atilla Maraş / Şair Milletvekilleri 1 - 22. Dönem 1920-2005 (2005), İhsan Işık / Türkiye Yazarlar Ansiklopedisi (2004) – Encyclopedia of Turkish Authors (2005) - Resimli ve Metin Örnekli Türkiye Edebiyatçılar ve Kültür Adamları Ansiklopedisi (2006, gen. 2. bas. 2007).