Sándor Csizmadia

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Sándor Csizmadia
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People's Commissar of Agriculture of Hungary
served alongside György Nyisztor, Jenő Hamburger and Károly Vántus
In office
21 March 1919 – 3 April 1919
Preceded by Barna Buza
Succeeded by György Nyisztor
Jenő Hamburger
Károly Vántus
Personal details
Born (1871-03-10)10 March 1871
Vásárhelykutas, Kingdom of Hungary, Austria-Hungary
Died 3 March 1929(1929-03-03) (aged 57)
Mátyásföld (now: part of Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary
Political party MSZDP, National Worker's Party
Profession politician, poet, journalist
The native form of this personal name is Csizmadia Sándor. This article uses the Western name order.

Sándor Csizmadia (10 March 1871 – 3 March 1929) was a Hungarian politician and poet, who served as People's Commissar of Agriculture during the Hungarian Soviet Republic. However soon his relation decayed with the leaders of the proletarian dictature, so he left the Hungarian Central Executive Council. He committed suicide in 1929.

Literary works[edit]

  • Magyar Munkásdalok és versek (Orosháza, 1896)
  • A földművelő-munkásság helyzete és feladata (Orosháza, 1896)
  • Proletár költemények (Budapest, 1897)
  • Küzdelem (Újabb versek, Budapest, 1903)
  • Mit akarunk? (Budapest, 1903)
  • Hajnalban (Budapest, 1905)
  • Munkás emberek (short stories, Budapest, 1905)
  • Fogházi levelek (Budapest, 1906)
  • A feketék (Budapest, 1908)
  • A nagy magyar parasztforradalom (Budapest, 1914)
  • Válogatott költeményei (Budapest, 1919)

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Political offices
Preceded by
Barna Buza
People's Commissar of Agriculture
served alongside György Nyisztor, Jenő Hamburger and Károly Vántus

1919
Succeeded by
György Nyisztor
Jenő Hamburger
Károly Vántus