Miksa Hadik

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Miksa Hadik
Austro-Hungarian Ambassador to Mexico
In office
March 21, 1909 – June 30, 1911
Preceded by Karl Freiherr von Giskra
Succeeded by Franz Freiherr Riedl von Riedenau
Personal details
Born 1868
Died 1921
Profession diplomat

Count Miksa Hadik de Futak (German: Maximilian Graf Hadik von Futak) (1868–1921) was a Hungarian diplomat, who served as Austro-Hungarian Ambassador to Mexico from 1909 to 1911 and to Sweden from 1912 to 1918, until end of the First World War.


His parents were Count Béla Hadik de Futak, a Rear Admiral and Privy Councillor, and Countess Ilona Barkóczy de Szala, only daughter and heir of Count János Barkóczy. His brothers were Endre, Speaker of the House of Magnates; János, Minister of Food, Prime Minister of Hungary for a short time in 1918; Sándor, a Member of Parliament and Béla, who served as Lord Lieutenant (Count; comes) of Zemplén County.

External links[edit]

  • William D. Godsey, Aristocratic Redoubt: The Austro-Hungarian Foreign Office on the Eve of the First World War, West Lafayette, Purdue University Press, 1999.
  • Jahrbuch des k.u.k. Auswärtigen Dienstes, 22 vols., Vienna, K.K. Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, 1897–1918.
  • Erwin Matsch, Geschichte des Auswärtigen Dienstes von Österreich-Ungarn 1720-1920, Vienna, Böhlau, 1980.
Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Karl Freiherr von Giskra
Austro-Hungarian Ambassador to Mexico
Succeeded by
Franz Freiherr Riedl von Riedenau
Preceded by
Konstantin Dumba
Austro-Hungarian Ambassador to Sweden
Succeeded by
office abolished