Móric Esterházy

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Móric Esterházy
Esterházy Móric.jpg
Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Hungary
In office
15 June – 20 August 1917
Monarch Charles IV
Preceded by István Tisza
Succeeded by Sándor Wekerle
Personal details
Born (1881-04-27)27 April 1881
Majk (today Oroszlány), Kingdom of Hungary, Austria-Hungary
Died 28 June 1960(1960-06-28) (aged 79)
Vienna, Austria
Nationality Hungarian
Spouse(s) Countess Margit Károlyi de Nagykároly
Children Mátyás Benedek Esterházy
Marcel Gyula Esterházy
Menyhert Alajos Esterházy
Monika Margit Esterházy[1]
The native form of this personal name is galánthai és fraknói gróf Esterházy Móric. This article uses the Western name order.

Count Móric Esterházy de Galántha et Fraknó (27 April 1881 – 28 June 1960) was a Hungarian aristocrat and politician who served as prime minister for a few months during World War I, after the fall of István Tisza. His attempts at reform were defeated by Tisza's conservative forces, and he quickly resigned, to be replaced by the weak administration of Sándor Wekerle.

Móric Esterházy was the grandfather of football player Márton Esterházy (1956– ) and writer Péter Esterházy (1950– ).

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Political offices
Preceded by
István Tisza
Prime Minister of Hungary
1917
Succeeded by
Sándor Wekerle