Nikola Tomašić

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Nikola Tomašić
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Ban of Croatia-Slavonia
In office
5 February 1910 – 19 January 1912
Preceded by Pavao Rauch
Succeeded by Slavko Cuvaj
Minister of Croatian Affairs of Hungary
In office
27 June 1903 – 3 November 1903
Preceded by Ervin Cseh
Succeeded by Ervin Cseh
Personal details
Born (1864-01-13)13 January 1864
Zagreb, Kingdom of Croatia, Austrian Empire
Died 29 May 1918(1918-05-29) (aged 54)
Treščerovac near Ozalj, Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia, Austria-Hungary
Political party People's Party
Croatian National Party
Profession politician, lawyer, economist, translator
Tomašić's tomb

Nikola Tomašić (Hungarian: Miklós Tomassich or Miklós Tomasics; 13 January 1864 – 29 May 1918) was a Croatian politician, who served as ban (viceroy) of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia. In 1903 he served as Minister without portfolio of Croatian Affairs.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Ervin Cseh
Minister of Croatian Affairs
1903
Succeeded by
Ervin Cseh
Preceded by
Pavao Rauch
Ban of Croatia-Slavonia
1910–1912
Succeeded by
Slavko Cuvaj