Khuen-Héderváry Károly horvát bán és magyar miniszterelnök a horvátok szemében

Croatian Viceroy Károly (Croatian historiography is sometimes referred to by the name of Karlo; Charles, and sometimes in the Croatian language form of Dragutin) Count Khuen Héderváry is one of the most important and highest ranked individuals in CroatianHungarian history, a statesman who was twice...

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Main Author: Heka László
Format: Article
Published: 2016
Series:Acta Universitatis Szegediensis : forum : acta juridica et politica 6 No. 1
Kulcsszavak:Khuen-Héderváry Károly, Magyarország története - 19-20. sz., Horvátország története - 19-20. sz., Jogtörténet
Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/54041
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Summary:Croatian Viceroy Károly (Croatian historiography is sometimes referred to by the name of Karlo; Charles, and sometimes in the Croatian language form of Dragutin) Count Khuen Héderváry is one of the most important and highest ranked individuals in CroatianHungarian history, a statesman who was twice honored with the Viceroy title (1883–1903.) and has been elected as the president of the Hungarian Government (June 27, 1903. – November 3, 1903 and January 17, 1910 – April 22, 1912). He has marked Croatian history greatly at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, but in historiography and in folk consciousness he has been registered in a extremely negative way, often being accused for Magyarisation of Croatia. As such, the Count Khuen-Héderváry became generally known in Croatia, although the vast majority of Croats do not not know anything else but the above mentioned stereotypes. It is often argued that he was a foreigner, imposed from outside (Hungary), although he grew up and lived most of his life in Croatia. All his life he stood up for maintaining the Hungarian-Croatian state community and has promoted cooperation and coexistence between the two peoples, and also as a Viceroy he defended the rights of Croats. In his thesis the author analyzes the political situation in Hungary and Croatia in the second half of the 19th century and early 20th century, and he presents the point of view of Viceroy Khuen-Hedervary and his role in the history of Croatian-Hungarian State. Keywords: Croatian Viceroy and President of the Hungarian government, Viceroy Karlo Khuen Héderváry, Croatian-Hungarian state union, dualism, a national issue, the debate on the budget for the year 1904.
Physical Description:45-58
ISSN:2063-2525