|Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary|
15 November 1924 –17 March 1925
|Prime Minister||István Bethlen|
|Preceded by||István Bethlen|
|Succeeded by||Lajos Walko|
|Born||21 June 1875|
|Died||12 April 1959 83) (aged|
Los Angeles, United States
|Political party||Unity Party|
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