Bethlen

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István Bethlen
... Count István Bethlen de Bethlen (8 October 1874, Gernyeszeg – 5 October 1946, Moscow) was a Hungarian aristocrat and statesman and served as Prime Minister from 1921 to 1931 ... scion of a noble Transylvanian family, Bethlen was elected to the Hungarian parliament as a Liberal in 1901 ... Bethlen quickly returned to Hungary to assume leadership of the anti-communist "white" government based in Szeged, along with former Austro-Hungarian ...
Magna Curia - History
... Bocskay, Gabriel Báthory and Gabriel Bethlen ... Gabriel Bethlen dispose in 1621 the radical transformation of the initial house, the result being Magna Curia palace ... The Bethlen Castle was a Renaissance style building, but the subsequent modifications (until the first half of the 18th century) that gave the final shape that can be seen today ...
George I Rákóczi - Biography
... He joined Gabriel Bethlen in 1619 in an immediate attack against King Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor ... On 1619 November 23 Bethlen gave up his siege and turned back to Hungary ... defeated by Polish-Lithuanian cavalry called Lisowczycy and Bethlen needed to secure North Transylvania against them ...
Moldavian Magnate Wars - Prelude To The Next Conflict (1618–1620) - 1618
... The Hungarians asked the then Prince of Transylvania, Gabriel Bethlen, for help and declared their wish to unite Hungary with Transylvania ... Bethlen had been appointed to the office after the Sultan's removal of Gabriel Báthory (ordered to the troops of Iskender Pasha in 1613) ... Polish hetman Stefan Żółkiewski warned Bethlen against joining the Protestant side and promised help against the Ottoman Empire however, Bethlen answered that it was too late to change allegiances ...
Hungary Between The World Wars - Monarchy Restored
... István Bethlen, a nonaffiliated, right-wing member of the parliament, took advantage of this rift by convincing members of the Christian National Union who opposed ... Horthy then appointed Bethlen Prime Minister ... As Prime Minister, Bethlen dominated Hungarian politics between 1921 and 1931 ...