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|Minister of Religion and Education of Hungary|
2 May 1849 – 11 August 1849
|Preceded by||Károly Szász|
|Succeeded by||József Eötvös|
20 October 1809|
Szentes, Habsburg Empire
|Died||19 August 1878
Mihály Horváth (20 October 1809, Szentes – 19 August 1878, Karlsbad) was a Hungarian Roman Catholic bishop, historian, and politician. He was an exponent of Hungarian nationalism with an emphasis on its historical culture.
- Baar, Monika. Historians and Nationalism: East-Central Europe in the Nineteenth Century (2010) excerpt, pp 35–40 and passim
- His portrait
- His biography on the Szentes's Horváth Mihály Secondary School homepage
- His activity in the Hungarian Historical Society (in Hungarian: Magyar Történelmi Társulat).
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