Antun Mihalović

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Antun Mihalović
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Ban of Croatia-Slavonia
In office
29 June 1917 – 20 January 1919
Monarch Charles I of Austria
Preceded by Ivan Skerlecz
Succeeded by Ivan Paleček
(in Kingdom of Yugoslavia)
Personal details
Born (1868-07-17)17 July 1868
Feričanci, Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia, Austria-Hungary
Died 21 September 1949(1949-09-21) (aged 81)
Zagreb, NR Croatia, FPR Yugoslavia
Occupation Politician

Antun Mihalović (1868–1949) was a politician from Croatia. He served as ban of Croatia from 29 June 1917 until 20 January 1919. He was a member of a noble family Mihalović, which oldest known member (Demeter pl. Mihalović) came from Macedonia to Croatia (to the city of Orahovica) in 1733.[1]


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