Ioannes Kádár

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Nativitas: 26 Maii 1912; Tarsatica
Obitus: 6 Iulii 1989; Budapestinum
Patria: Respublica Popularis Hungariae, Imperium Austro-Hungaricum
Nomen nativum: Czermanik János József

Officium

Officium: member of the National Assembly of Hungary, Prime Minister of Hungary
Munus: Politicus

Consociatio

Factio: Hungarian Communist Party, Hungarian Working People's Party, Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party
Religio: Catholicismus

Familia

Coniunx: Mária Tamáska

Memoria

Laurae: Order of Lenin, Hero of the Soviet Union, Order of Klement Gottwald, Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of Hungary, Lenin Peace Prize, Jubilee Medal "In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin", Q2785258, Order of José Martí
Sepultura: Budapestinum

Ioannes Kádár [ˈjaːnoʃ ˈkaːdaːr] (natus János Czermanik, postea János Csermanek in Tarsatica die 26 Maii 1912; mortuus Aquinci die 6 Iulii 1989) fuit vir publicus communista Hungaricus. Ab anno 1956 usque ad annum 1988 fuit secretarius generalis Factionis Socialisticae Hungaricae Operariorum.

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Res publica (1918–1919) Comes Michael Károlyi · Dionysius Berinkey
Res Publica Consiliorum (1919) Alexander Garbai · Antonius Dovcsák · Iulius Peidl
Regnum (1919–1944) Stephanus Friedrich · Carolus Huszár · Alexander Simonyi-Semadam · Comes Paulus Teleki · Comes Stephanus Bethlen · Comes Iulius Károlyi · Iulius Gömbös · Colomanus Darányi · Adalbertus Imrédy · Comes Paulus Teleki · Ladislaus Bárdossy · Nicolaus Kállay · Demetrius Sztójay · Géza Lakatos
Civitas (1944–1945) Franciscus Szálasi · Adalbertus Miklós (in oppositione) · Zoltán Tildy
Res publica (1946–1949) Franciscus Nagy · Ludovicus Dinnyés · Stephanus Dobi
Res publica popularis (1949–1989) Stephanus Dobi · Matthias Rákosi · Emericus Nagy · Andreas Hegedüs · Emericus Nagy · Ioannes Kádár · Franciscus Münnich · Ioannes Kádár · Iulius Kállai · Eugenus Fock · Georgius Lázár · Carolus Grósz · Nicolaus Németh
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