Hungarian lawyer and deputy; born at Baja June 25, 1871; educated at the gymnasium of his native city and at the universities of Budapest, Berlin, and Paris. He was admitted to the bar at Baja, which city returned him to the Hungarian Parliament in the election of 1901, when he defeated Minister of Justice Plósz. He was reelected in 1905.

  • Sturm, in Országgyülési Almanach, 1901-6.
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