Albert, Gróf (Count) Apponyi ( May 29 1846– February 7 1933) was a Hungarian politician, the most distinguished member of an ancient noble family dating back to the 13th century. He was the son of the chancellor György Apponyi and the Countess Julia Sztáray, and was born at Pest. ...more on Wikipedia about "Albert Apponyi"
Árpád Göncz (born February 10, 1922 in Budapest) is a Hungarian liberal politician and former President of The Republic ( May 2, 1990– August 4, 2000). He graduated in law from the Budapest Pázmány Péter University of Arts and Sciences in 1944. He has also worked as a writer and has published several novels, plays and essays, as well as translated from English to Hungarian such works as J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and Malcolm Lowry's Under the Volcano. ...more on Wikipedia about "Árpád Göncz"
Árpád Szakasits ( Budapest, December 6, 1888 – Budapest, May 3, 1965) was a Hungarian Communist political figure. He served as the president of Hungary from 2 August 1948 until 26 April 1950. ...more on Wikipedia about "Árpád Szakasits"
Béla Kun ( February 20 1886, in Szilágycseh, today Cehu Silvaniei, Transylvania–probably in 1938 or 1939, in the Soviet Union) Hungarian Communist politician, who ruled Hungary for a brief time in 1919. ...more on Wikipedia about "Béla Kun"
Benjamin von Kállay ( 1839- 1903), Austro-Hungarian statesman, was born at Budapest on the 22nd of December 1839. His family derived their name from their estates at Nagykálló, in Szabolcs, and claimed descent from the Balogh Semsen tribe, which colonized the counties of Borsod, Szabolcs, and Szatmár, at the close of the 9th century, when the Magyars conquered Hungary. They played a prominent part in Hungarian history as early as the reign of Coloman of Hungary (1070-1116); and from King Matthias Corvinus (1458-1490) they received their estates at Mezőtúr, near Kecskemét, granted to Michael Kállay for his heroic defence of Jajce in Bosnia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Benjamin von Kállay"
Bertalan Szemere ( 1812- 1869) was a Hungarian politician and Prime Minister of Hungary for a short period in 1849. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bertalan Szemere"
Ernő Gerő ( 1898 - 1980) was a Hungarian Communist leader in the period after World War II and briefly leader of Hungary in 1956. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ernő Gerő"
Deák Ferenc, ( October 17, 1803, Söjtör - January 28, 1876, Budapest), was a Hungarian statesman, known as "The Wise Man of the Nation". ...more on Wikipedia about "Ferenc Deák"
Ferenc Mádl (born January 29, 1931 in the village of Bánd in Veszprém County) was the President of Hungary, between August 4, 2000 and August 5, 2005. He is married to Dalma Némethy, they have one son and three grandchildren. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ferenc Mádl"
Ferenc Aurel Pulszky ( 17 September 1814 - 9 September 1897) was a Hungarian politician and writer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ferenc Pulszky"
Ferenc Somogyi (born 1945) is a Hungarian diplomat and businessman. He is a member of the Hungarian Socialist Party and has served as foreign minister since November 1, 2004. His appointment to that position was announced in September 2004. Previously, he was the deputy ambassador to the United Nations during the 1980s in Hungary's communist government, and was a telephone company executive during the 1990s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ferenc Somogyi"
Count Fidel Palffy was a Hungarian nobleman who emerged as a leading supporter of Nazism in Hungary. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fidel Palffy"
Gábor Baross ( 1848— 1892), Hungarian statesman, was born at Trenčín on the 6th of July 1848, and educated at Esztergom. He was for a time one of the professors there under Cardinal Kolos Vaszary. After acquiring considerable local reputation as chief notary of his county, he entered parliament in 1875. He at once attached himself to Kálmán Tisza and remained faithful to his chief even after the Bosnian occupation had alienated so many of the supporters of the prime minister. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gábor Baross"
Gábor Demszky is a Hungarian politician. Demszky was formerly a Member of the European Parliament for the Alliance of Free Democrats (part of the European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party), having been elected in the 2004 election, but was replaced on 29 October 2004 by Viktória Mohácsi (of the same party) after resigning to remain Mayor of Budapest. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gábor Demszky"
Gábor Kuncze (born November 4, 1950 in Pápa) is the chairman of the Hungarian Alliance of Free Democrats and leader of the Parliament group of the party. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gábor Kuncze"
Géza Malasits or Gejza Malašić ( 1874- 1948) was a Hungarian politician of Croatian descent. He was born in Međimurje. ...more on Wikipedia about "Géza Malasits"
Gyula, Count Andrássy de Csíkszentkirály et Krasznahorka (Andrássy Gyula in Hungarian) ( Košice, March 3, 1823 – Volosca, February 18, 1890) was a Hungarian statesman. He is sometimes called Count Julius Andrassy in English. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gyula Andrássy"
Count Gyula Andrássy de Csíkszentkirály et Krasznahorka the Younger (Ifj. Andrássy Gyula in Hungarian) ( 30 June 1860 - 11 June 1929) was a Hungarian politician. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gyula Andrássy the Younger"
Imre Hollai (born January 22 1925) is a retired Hungarian diplomat. ...more on Wikipedia about "Imre Hollai"
Imre Nagy (born in Kaposvár, Hungary June 7 1896, executed June 16 1958) was Prime Minister of Hungary on two occasions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Imre Nagy"
István Horthy ( September 12 1904 – August 20 1942) was Hungarian regent Admiral Miklós Horthy's eldest son, a politician and, during World War II, a fighter pilot. His father appointed him Deputy Regent in January 1942, but he was killed soon thereafter in an unexplained airplane crash over the Eastern Front. ...more on Wikipedia about "István Horthy"
Gróf Széchenyi István (Count Stephen Széchenyi) ( September 21, 1791, Vienna, Austria-Hungary – April 8, 1860 Döbling), known as "The Greatest Hungarian", was a Hungarian politician and writer, one of the founding fathers of "New Hungary" after the revolution of 1848. ...more on Wikipedia about "István Széchenyi"
János Damjanich ( 1804- 1849), Hungarian soldier, was born in the Banat. He entered the army as an officer in the 61st regiment of foot, and on the outbreak of the Hungarian war of independence was promoted to be a major in the third Honvéd regiment at Szeged. Although an orthodox Serb, he was from the first a devoted adherent of the Magyar liberals. He won his colonelcy by his ability and valour at the battles of Alibunr and Lagerdorf in 1848. At the beginning of 1849 he was appointed commander of the 3rd army corps in the middle Theiss, and quickly gained the reputation of being the bravest man in the Magyar army, winning engagement after engagement by sheer dash and daring. At the beginning of March 1849 he annihilated a brigade at Szolnok, perhaps his greatest exploit. He was elected deputy for Sozolnk to the Hungarian diet, but declined the honor. Damjanich played a leading part in the general advance upon the Hungarian capital under Görgei. ...more on Wikipedia about "János Damjanich"
Baron József Eötvös ( September 13, 1813 - February 2, 1871), Hungarian writer and statesman, the son of Baron Ignacz Eötvös and the baroness Lilian, was born at Buda. ...more on Wikipedia about "József Eötvös"
Kálmán de Kánya, Foreign Minister of Hungary during the Horthy era. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kálmán Kánya"
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