Miklós Bonczos

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Miklós Bonczos
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Miklós Bonczos calms the people after the colonization of Székelys of Bukovina to Hungary.
Minister of the Interior of Hungary
In office
17 August 1944 – 12 October 1944
Preceded by Andor Jaross
Succeeded by Péter Schell
Personal details
Born (1897-09-16)September 16, 1897
Nagyszalonta, Hungary
Died 1 August 1971(1971-08-01) (aged 73)
Escudo de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.png Buenos Aires, Argentina
Political party Party of Hungarian Life, Party of National Unity
Profession politician
The native form of this personal name is Bonczos Miklós. This article uses the Western name order.

Miklós Bonczos (Nagyszalonta, Hungary 16 September 1897 – Buenos Aires, Argentina 1 August 1971) was a Hungarian politician. .Graduated Ludovika military academy in 1915; awarded Vitéz order for distinguished services in WWI; graduated Budapest University´s Law School in 1925; 1939-1944 member of the parliament; 1937 county head of Csongrád; 1938-1944 Secretary of the Interior; 1944 August 7-1944 October 12 Minister of the Interior for the Géza Lakatos administration. He emigrated to Argentina before the Soviet troops captured Budapest.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Andor Jaross
Minister of the Interior
1944
Succeeded by
Péter Schell