Hungarian author; born at Waitzen Sept. 8, 1869; educated for the law at Budapest, where he devoted himself at the same time to writing novels. He served as lieutenant in the Twenty-third Battalion of Chasseurs in Bosnia from 1892 to 1894, and therefore chose his subjects chiefly from army life, soon becoming one of the most popular authors. Sajó has published the following works: "Katonáéknál" (Among the Soldiers), Budapest, 1893; "De Profundis," ib. 1894; "Kaszárnyatitkok" (Secrets of the Barracks), ib. 1895; "Regruták és Más Katonák" (Recruits and Other Soldiers), ib. 1897; and the novel "Ezredes Boriska," 1897. He is a collaborator on the "Budapesti Hirlap"; and in 1897 he became secretary of the journalistic society Otthon.
- Pallas Lex.