|Minister of Religion and Education of Hungary|
6 March 1906 – 8 April 1906
|Preceded by||Albert Berzeviczy|
|Succeeded by||Gyula Tost|
16 November 1846|
Bányavölgy, Kingdom of Hungary
|Died||24 October 1929
Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary
|Political party||Liberal Party|
Gyula Tost de Bányavölgy (16 November 1846 – 24 October 1929) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Religion and Education in 1906. He was member of the Diet of Hungary between 1872 and 1878.
József Tost (born 1745): imperial gardener, the designer of the park of the Schönbrunn Palace. He had four children: Antal, Károly and Vencel stood into the palatine's service. The fourth child, Albert Tost continued his father's activity at the imperial palace.
- Antal Tost: gardener of the Buda Castle, during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 he died of cholera, when the Hungarians besieged the castle.
- Vencel Tost: gardener of the "Palatine's Garden".
- Károly Tost (died 1852): gardener of the Alcsút Palace and of the Margaret Island. His son, József continued his work.
- Ferenc Tost (1875–1933): gardener, founder of the National Association of the Hungarian Trading Gardeners.
- Barnabás Tost (1876–1951): member of the House of Magnates, parson of Kassa. He was one of the founders of the Christian Socialist Party. He was expelled from Czechoslovakia and was internated to Hejce.
- László Tost (1875–1945): brother of Barnabás Tost. He served as Hungarian deputy mayor of Kassa, member of the National Assembly. He organized champing for the town's rescue. As a result some Arrow Cross Party members lured his home, and executed him on the town's edge.
- Gyula Tost (1903–1944): son of László Tost. Lieutenant Colonel, served as adjutant of Regent Miklós Horthy. On the day of the Arrow Cross Party's coup he committed suicide according to the official sources.
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