Ádám Récsey

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Ádám Récsey
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Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Hungary
In office
3 October 1848 – 7 October 1848 (officially 26 November)
Preceded by Lajos Batthyány
Succeeded by Lajos Kossuth
Personal details
Born (1775-02-10)10 February 1775
Sárd, Hungary (Habsburg Empire)
Died 26 October 1852(1852-10-26) (aged 77)
Vienna, Austrian Empire
Nationality Hungarian
Political party Independent
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The native form of this personal name is báró Récsey Ádám. This article uses the Western name order.

Baron Ádám Récsey (Sárd, 1775 – Vienna, 26 October 1852) was a Hungarian politician and general who served as the Prime Minister of Hungary between 3 October and 7 October during the revolution of 1848. The ruler appointed him illegally. Récsey countersigned his own appointment, neglecting the Diet of Hungary. He resigned when an uprising broke out in Vienna in the effects of the Hungarian revolution.

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