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Czernin, Johann Rudolf, Graf von und zu Chudenitz - Czyhlarz, Karl von (2/23)
Czernin, Johann Rudolf, Graf von und zu Chudenitz Czernin, Peter

Czernin, Ottokar Graf


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Count Ottokar Czernin, photo around 1925



Czernin, Count Ottokar, b. Dymokury, Czech Republic (then Dimokur), Sept. 26, 1872, d. Vienna, April 4, 1932, statesman, advisor to Archduke Franz Ferdinand; 1916-1918 Foreign Minister of Austria-Hungary, substantial contributions to the peace treaties of Bucharest and Brest-Litovsk; he triggered the Sixtus Affair and had to resign. 1920-1923 the only member of the Nationalrat belonging to the "bourgeois labour party" (Bürgerliche Arbeiterpartei).


Literature: L. Singer, O. Gf. C., 1965; ÖBL; NDB.


 
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