Gedeon Ráday (interior minister)
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|Minister of the Interior of Hungary|
14 April 1921 – 3 December 1921
|Preceded by||Vilmos Pál Tomcsányi|
|Succeeded by||Kunó Klebelsberg|
October 18, 1872|
|Died||22 September 1937
|Political party||KNEP, Unity Party|
The native form of this personal name is rádai gróf Ráday Gedeon. This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals.
Count Gedeon Ráday de Ráda (18 October 1872, Budapest – 22 September 1937) was a Hungarian politician, who served as interior minister in 1921. His parents were Gedeon Ráday, a former Minister of Defence of Hungary, and Philippine von Pergen.
Vilmos Pál Tomcsányi
|Minister of the Interior
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