Ottokár Prohászka

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The native form of this personal name is Prohászka Ottokár. This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals.
Ottokár Prohászka

Ottokár Prohászka (Hungarian: Prohászka Ottokár; 10 October 1858, Nyitra (today Nitra, Slovakia) – 2 April 1927, Budapest) was a Hungarian Roman Catholic theologian and Bishop of Székesfehérvár from 1905 until his death. Prohászka was a prominent anti-Semite, and used literature as an outlet for his hostile opinions.[1]


  1. ^ Gyurgyák János: A zsidókérdés Magyarországon (Osiris, Budapest, 2001) ISBN 9789633890271

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