Gyula Wlassics

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Gyula Wlassics
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Minister of Religion and Education of Hungary
In office
15 January 1895 – 3 November 1903
Preceded by Loránd Eötvös
Succeeded by Albert Berzeviczy
Personal details
Born (1852-03-17)17 March 1852
Zalaegerszeg, Kingdom of Hungary
Died 30 March 1937(1937-03-30) (aged 85)
Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary
Political party Liberal Party, Constitution Party
Profession politician, jurist
The native form of this personal name is zalánkeméni báró Wlassics Gyula. This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals.

Baron Gyula Wlassics de Zalánkemén (17 March 1852 – 30 March 1937) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Religion and Education between 1895 and 1903.

Description[edit]

In December 1895 Wlassics passed a law that allowed women, and Steinberger, to attend Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest to study medicine.[1]

Wlassics favoured the free religious practice. He initiated the establishing of the museums' and the libraries' uniform organization with a national level. King Franz Joseph I awarded him with Iron Crown of Austria. He served as Speaker of the House of Magnates in 1918 and from 1927 to 1935. Wlassics was member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Women can also study at Hungarian universities, 19 December 2011, Hirek.sk, Retrieved 21 April 2017
Political offices
Preceded by
Loránd Eötvös
Minister of Religion and Education
1895–1903
Succeeded by
Albert Berzeviczy
Preceded by
Endre Hadik-Barkóczy
Speaker of the House of Magnates
1918
Succeeded by
position abolished
Preceded by
office reorganized
Speaker of the House of Magnates
1927–1935
Succeeded by
Bertalan Széchényi