Paulus Teleki

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Nativitas: 1 Novembris 1879; Budapestinum
Obitus: 3 Aprilis 1941; Budapestinum
Patria: Hungaria

Officium

Officium: member of the National Assembly of Hungary, Prime Minister of Hungary, historical list of Hungarian ministerial positions with responsibility for education and their officeholders, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungaria
Munus: Politicus, Legatus

Memoria

Laurae: Order of Saint Stephen of Hungary, Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, Order of the Estonian Red Cross
Paulus Teleki statua

Paulus Comes Teleki de Szék, (Pál Teleki, pronuntia: [paːl ˈtɛlɛki]), accurate Hungarice Dr. gróf széki Teleki Pál (nobili loco natus die 1 Novembris 1879 Aquinci – ibidem sibi mors mortem conscivit die 3 Aprilis 1941) fuit scientiae doctus, vir publicus et primus minister Hungaricus.

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