Anton Sztáray Anton Sztáray de Nagy-Mihály (Nagymihályi Sztáray Antal, 1732 or 1740, Kassa, Hungary, Habsburg Empire – 23 January 1808, Graz, Styria, Austrian Empire) was a Hungarian count in the Habsburg mil...
Antonio Walluschnig Antonio Walluschnig (Fiume, 1837–1911). In the context of the clash between Liberalism and radicalism in Hungary, after the death of Gaspare Matcovich, and together with Stanislao dall’Asta, loc...
Archduke Joseph August of Austria Archduke Joseph August Viktor Klemens Maria of Austria, Prince of Hungary and Bohemia (9 August 1872 – 6 July 1962) was for a short period head of state of Hungary.
Artúr Görgey Artúr Görgey de Görgő et Toporcz (görgői és toporczi Görgey Artúr, Arthur Görgey von Görgő und Toporcz; 30 January 1818 – 21 May 1916) was a Hungarian military leader.
August Silberstein August Karl Silberstein was an Austrian writer, born in Ofen, Budapest.
August von Vécsey August, Graf von Vécsey or August Vécsey de Hernádvécse et Hajnácskeő (hernádvécsei és hajnácskeői gróf Vécsey Ágoston; 22 August 1775 – 15 January 1857) was an Imperial Austrian general o...
Augustinus Roskoványi Count Augustinus Roskoványi was a Roman Catholic Bishop of Neutra in Hungary, doctor of philosophy and theologian.
Aurél Dessewffy Count Aurél Dessewffy de Csernek et Tarkeő (cserneki és tarkeői gróf Dessewffy Aurél, 1808 - 1842), Hungarian journalist and politician, eldest son of Count József Dessewffy and Eleonóra S...
Avrohom Chaim Oppenheim Rabbi Avrohom Chaim Oppenheim was a rabbi at Pécs, Hungary, where he died at the age of 28, before 1825.
Baron Ladislaus Müller von Szentgyörgy Ladislaus Freiherr Müller von Szentgyörgy (László báró Müller de Szentgyörgy) (18 October 1855 – ?) was an Austro-Hungarian diplomat of Hungarian origin serving as Ambassador at Tokyo at the out...
Baron Wladimir Giesl von Gieslingen Wladimir (Rudolf Karl) Freiherr Giesl von Gieslingen (18 February 1860 – 20 April 1936), was an Austro-Hungarian general and diplomat during World War I, most famous for delivering the ultimatum...
Bertalan Szemere Bertalan Szemere (1812–1869) was a Hungarian poet and nationalist who became the third Prime Minister of Hungary during the short period of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 when Hungary was inde...
Bertalan Székely Bertalan Székely was a Hungarian Romantic painter of historical themes.
Béla Kéler Kéler Béla also known as Adalbert Paul von Kéler (13 February 1820, Bártfa (germ.) Bartfeld, Kingdom of Hungary, Sáros – 20 November 1882, Wiesbaden) was a Hungarian composer and conductor.
Béla Székula Béla Székula, also Bela Sekula (1881–1966), was a Hungarian philatelist, stamp dealer and forger who lived in Hungary, Switzerland and the USA.
Béni Egressy Béni Egressy (born Galambos Benjámin, April 21, 1814 - died in Sajókazinc, July 17, 1851) was a Hungarian composer, librettist, translator and actor.
Carl Ludwig Doleschall Carl Ludwig Doleschall (Karol Ľudovít Doležal; Hungarian: Doleschall Lajos) (July 15, 1827 – February 26, 1859) was born in Nové Mesto nad Váhom (=Hu: Vágújhely), Slovakia (then Hung...
Cecília Wohl Cecília Wohl was a Lithuanian-Viennese master, Budapestian salonist known as "Cecil mama", a daughter of the Lithuanian Rabbi Alex Wohl, and a mother of the Polányi brothers.
Count Johann von Forgách Johann Graf Forgách von Ghymes und Gács (János gróf Forgách de Ghymes et Gács) (24 October 1870 – 25 September 1935), was an Austro-Hungarian diplomat of Hungarian origin who played a prominent...
David Gestetner David Gestetner (March 20, 1854, Csorna, Hungary – March 8, 1939, London) was the inventor of the Gestetner stencil duplicator, the first piece of office equipment that allowed production of num...
David Zvi Hoffman David Zvi Hoffmann (November 24, 1843–1921) (Hebrew: דוד צבי הופמן), was an Orthodox Rabbi and Torah Scholar.
David Zvi Hoffmann David Zvi Hoffmann (November 24, 1843–1921) (Hebrew: דוד צבי הופמן), was an Orthodox Rabbi and Torah Scholar.
Dezső Földes Where they are unavailable, the name may be represented as Dezso Foldes.
Dávid Leimdörfer Dr. David Leimdörfer (Leimdörfer Dávid; September 17, 1851 – 1922) was a rabbi born in Hliník nad Vahom (also Geletnek, Hliník (nad Vahom), Hlinick), Kingdom of Hungary, 17 September 1851.
Ede Reményi Ede Reményi or Eduard Reményi (Hungarian name order: Reményi Ede) (January 17, 1828May 15, 1898) was a Hungarian violinist and composer.
Edmund Bordeaux Szekely Edmond Bordeaux Szekely (1905–1979) was a Hungarian philologist/linguist, philosopher, psychologist and natural living experimenter.
Edward Rehatsek Edward Rehatsek (3 July 1819 – 11 December 1891) was an Orientalist and translator of several works of Islamic literature including the Gulistan or Rose Garden of Saadi, Ibn Is...
Emil Uzelac Emil Uzelac born in Komárom, Hungary, on August 26, 1867 - died in Petrinja, Croatia on January 7, 1954 was Croatian soldier and military commander who was a leading figure in the air forces of ...
Ernő Poeltenberg Ernő Poeltenberg (February 20, 1808, Vienna - October 6, 1849, Arad) was a honvéd general in the Hungarian Army.
Eugen Pólya Jenő Sándor Pólya, Eugen Alexander Pólya, Pólya Jenő Sándor was an Hungarian surgeon who was a native of Budapest.
Eugen von Trauschenfels Johann Karl Eugen Trausch von Trauschenfels was a Transylvanian publicist of The House of Trausch von Trauschenfels.
Ferenc Füzi Ferenc Füzi was an ethnic Hungarian Unitarian priest from Transylvania.
Ferenc Molnár Ferenc Molnár (originally Ferenc Neumann; 12 January 18781 April 1952) was a Hungarian-born dramatist and novelist who adopted American citizenship.
Ferenc Ottinger Baron Ferenc Ottinger (Sopron, 1792 – Vienna, 8 April 1869) was a Lieutenant General to Franz Josef I of Austria, a Cavalry General and one of the leading generals in the Hungarian Revolut...
Ferenc Pulszky Ferenc Aurél Pulszky de Cselfalva et Lubócz (17 September 1814 – 9 September 1897) was a Hungarian politician and writer.
Franz Liszt Franz Liszt, T.O.S.F. (Liszt Ferencz; October 22, 1811July 31, 1886), in modern use Liszt Ferenc; from 1859 to 1867 officially Franz Ritter von Liszt, was a 19th-century Hungarian co...
Gottlieb Wilhelm Leitner Gottlieb Wilhelm Leitner or Gottlieb William Leitner M.A., Ph.D., L.L.D., D.O.L. (14 October 1840 – 22 March 1899) was a British orientalist.
Gustav Pick Gustav Pick (1832–1921), born in Rechnitz, Austria, was a musician and composer of Viennese songs.
Gyula Andrássy Gyula Count Andrássy de Csíkszentkirály et Krasznahorka (8 March 1823 – 18 February 1890) was a Hungarian statesman, who served as Prime Minister of Hungary (1867–1871) and subsequently as Forei...
Gyula Farkas (natural scientist) Farkas Gyula, or Julius Farkas (March 28, 1847, Sárosd, Fejér County - December 27, 1930, Pestszentlőrinc) was a Hungarian mathematician and physicist.
Gyula Tost Gyula Tost de Bányavölgy (16 November 1846 – 24 October 1929) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Religion and Education in 1906.
Gyula Wlassics Baron Gyula Wlassics de Zalánkemén was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Religion and Education between 1895 and 1903.
György Bernády György Bernády (Bethlen, 10 April 1864 – Târgu Mureş, 22 October 1938) was the mayor of Târgu Mureş twice, 1900–1912 and 1926–1929.
György Klapka György Klapka (Klapka György), also known as Georg Klapka, or George Klapka, (7 April 1820 – 17 May 1892) was a Hungarian soldier.
György Lahner György Lahner (Lahner György, Láhner György, Georg Lahner; 6 October, 1795, Necpál (Necpál) - 6 October, 1849, Arad) was a honvéd general in the Hungarian Army.
Gábor Baross Gábor Baross (6 July 1848 – 8 May 1892) was a Hungarian statesman, was born at Barossháza now Pružina near Trencsén (now Trenčín, Slovakia).
Gábor Döbrentei Gábor Döbrentei (December 1, 1786 – March 28, 1851), Hungarian philologist and antiquary, was born in a city in Austria-Hungary then called Nagyszőlős (now Vynohradiv in southwestern Ukraine).
Gábor Klauzál Gábor Klauzál de Szlavovicz (18 November 1804 – 3 August 1866) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Agriculture, Industry and Trade during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 in th...
Heinrich Berté Heinrich Berté, born Heinrich Bettelheim (May 8, 1858, in Galgócz, Hungary now Hlohovec, Slovakia) - August 23, 1924, in Perchtoldsdorf, Austria) was an Austria-Hungarian composer of opera...
Heinrich Gross (rabbi) Heinrich Gross, writing also as Henri Gross (born Szenicz, Hungarian Kingdom, now Senica, Slovakia, November 6, 1835), was a German rabbi.
Heinrich Hentzi Heinrich Hentzi von Arthurm (October 24, 1785 - May 21, 1849) was a Hungarian general in the army of the Austrian Empire.
Heinrich Neumann von Héthárs Heinrich Neumann von Héthárs was the foremost ear-nose-and-throat doctor in Vienna before World War II. In 1938 he transmitted to the Evian Conference the infamous offer by the German government to sell the Austrian Jews at a price of $250 per capita to any foreign country that would accept them...
Henri Gobbi Henri Gobbi (Gobbi Henrik or Henrik Aloiz Adalbert Gobby – Enrico Gobbi-Ruggieri or Henri Gobbi-Ruggieri), was a 19th-century Hungarian classical composer and piano professor.
Hermann Kövess von Kövessháza Hermann Freiherr Kövess von Kövessháza (kövessházi báró Kövess Hermann; March 30, 1854 – September 22, 1924) was the final, and completely ceremonial, Commander-in-Chief of A...
Joseph Pulitzer Joseph Pulitzer ( April 10, 1847 – October 29, 1911), born Politzer József, was a Hungarian-American newspaper publisher of the St. Louis Post Dispatch and the New York World.
Joseph Weigl Joseph Weigl (28 March 1766 – 3 February 1846), was an Austrian composer and conductor, born in Eisenstadt, Hungary, Austrian Empire.
Julius Leopold Klein Julius Leopold Klein (1810 - August 2, 1876) was a German writer of Jewish origin born at Miskolc, Hungary.
János Balassa János Balassa Surgeon, university professor, and one of the leading personalities of the Hungarian medical society at the time.
János Batsányi János Batsányi (May 9, 1763, Tapolca – May 12, 1845, Linz) was a Hungarian poet.
János Bolyai János Bolyai (15 December 1802 – 27 January 1860) or Johann Bolyai, was a Hungarian mathematician, one of the founders of non-Euclidean geometry — a geometry that differs from Euclidean ge...
János Csernoch János Csernoch (Slovak: Ján Černoch) S.T.D. (18 June 1852 – 25 July 1927) was a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and Archbishop of Esztergom and Primate of Hungary.
János Fogarasi János Fogarasi (1801 – 1878) was a Hungarian jurist and philologist, born at Kázsmárk, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County in northeastern Hungary.
József Szlávy József Szlávy de Érkenéz et Okány was a Hungarian politician who served as prime minister from 1872 to 1874, as Speaker of the House of Representatives of Hungary from 3 April 1879 to 12 April 1...
József Sándor Krenner József Sándor Krenner or Joseph Krenner (3 March 1839 – 6 January 1920) was a Hungarian mineralogist.
Karl Doppler Karl Doppler (September 12, 1825, LembergMarch 10, 1900, Stuttgart) was a Hungarian flute virtuoso, conductor, music director, composer.
Karl Goldmark Karl Goldmark, also known originally as Károly Goldmark (Goldmark Károly) and later sometimes as Carl Goldmark; May 18, 1830, Keszthely – January 2, 1915, Vienna) was a Hungari...
Karl Stoerk Karl Stoerk (German: Störk, September 17, 1832 - September 13, 1899) was an Austrian laryngologist who was a native of Ofen.
Katalin Varga Katalin Varga (Varga Katalin August 22, 1802 - aft.
Koloman Bedeković Koloman Bedeković (Kálmán Bedekovich; 13 October 1818 – 10 August 1889) was a Croatian politician, who served as Minister without portfolio of Croatian Affairs twice: between 1868–1871 and betwe...
Kálmán Mikszáth Kálmán Mikszáth de Kiscsoltó was a major Hungarian novelist, journalist, and politician.
Kálmán Rózsahegyi Kálmán Rózsahegyi (October 6, 1873, Pest - August 27, 1961) was a Jewish Hungarian actor and teacher.
Károly Aggházy Károly Aggházy, or Aggházy Károly in Hungarian order (30 October 1855, Budapest – 8 October 1918, Budapest) was a Hungarian piano virtuoso and composer.
Károly Csemegi Károly Csemegi (1826–1899) was a Hungarian judge who was instrumental in the creation of the first criminal code of Hungary.
Károly Hornig Károly Hornig (10 August 1840—9 February 1917) was an Austrian-Hungarian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.
Károly Kalchbrenner Károly Kalchbrenner (born 5 May 1807 in Pöttelsdorf, died 5 June 1886 in Spišské Vlachy) was a Hungarian mycologist.
Károly Khuen-Héderváry Count Károly Khuen-Héderváry de Hédervár, born as Károly Khuen de Belás (Dragutin Khuen-Héderváry, 23 May 1849, Bad Gräfenberg (Jeseník), Austrian Silesia – 16 February 1918, Budapest), was ...
Károly Knezić Károly Knezić (6 September 1808, Veliki Grđevac - 6 October 1849, Arad) was a honvéd general in the Hungarian Army.
Károly Leiningen-Westerburg Károly Leiningen-Westerburg (Karl August Graf zu Leiningen-Westerburg; 11 April 1819, Ilbenstadt - 6 October 1849, Arad) was a German honvéd general in the Hungarian Army.
Kéler Béla Vojtech Keler also known as Adalbert Paul von Kéler was a Slovak composer and conductor.
Ladislaus Hengelmüller von Hengervár Ladislaus Hengelmüller von Hengervár, was an Austro-Hungarian diplomat of Hungarian origin who was a long-term Ambassador at Washington D.C., throughout many Presidential administrations includi...
Lajos Batthyány Count Lajos Batthyány de Németújvár (1807–1849) was the first Prime Minister of Hungary.
Lajos Blau Lajos Blau (April 29, 1861 – 1936; German: Ludwig Blau) was a Hungarian scholar and publicist born at Putnok, Hungary, and educated at three different yeshivot, among them that of Presburg, an...
Lajos Kossuth Lajos Kossuth de Udvard et Kossuthfalva was a Hungarian lawyer, journalist, politician and Regent-President of the Kingdom of Hungary during the revolution of 1848–49.
Lajos Markusovszky Lajos Markusovszky (1815–1893) surgeon, from 1857 founder and publisher of Orvosi Hetilap (Hungarian medical journal), later editor of the journal, after 1867 Advisor to the Ministry for Religion and Education regarding University affairs.
Leopold Bettelheim Leopold Bettelheim, Meyer Leb Bettelheim (Bettelheim Leopold, Bettelheim Meyer Léb; February 23, 1777, Hlohovec - April 9, 1838) was a Hungarian physician.
Leopold Löw Leopold Löw (22 May 1811 – 13 October 1875) was a Hungarian rabbi, regarded as the most important theologian of Neolog Judaism.
Leopold Teller Leopold Teller (April 3, 1844, Budapest - 1908) was a Hungarian actor.
Lipót Schulhof Lipót Schulhof (March 12, 1847, Baja – October, 1921, Paris) (or, as written in Hungarian, Schulhof Lipót) was a Hungarian astronomer (from what was at the time Austria-Hungary).
Ludwig Greiner Ludwig Greiner (1796–1882) was an influential 19th-century forest and lumber industry management expert who improved the effectiveness of woodland valuation methods in the Austrian Empire and tr...
Ludwig Schlesinger Ludwig Schlesinger (Slovak Ľudovít Schlesinger, (Hungarian: Lajos Schlesinger), born November 1, 1864 in Trnava, December 15, died 1933 in Giessen) was a German mathematician known for the resea...
Ludwig von Benedek Ludwig August Ritter von Benedek (14 July 1804 – 27 April 1881), also known as Lajos Benedek, was an Austrian general (Feldzeugmeister) of Hungarian descent, best known for commandin...
Ludwig Wysber Ludwig Wysber (Wysber Lajos; 1817, Pest - ?), a Jewish Hungarian journalist and author.
Manó Kogutowicz Emanuel Kogutowicz, Kogutowicz Manó (December 21, 1851, (Groß-)Seelowitz (Židlochovice), Moravia – December 22, 1908, Budapest) is a famous Hungarian cartographer, and the founder of the Hu...
Meir Friedmann Meir Friedmann was an Austrian-Hungarian Jewish scholar. His editions of the Midrash are the standard texts. His chief editions were the Sifre, the Mekhilta, Pesiqta Rabbathi. At the time of his death he was editing the Sifra.
Michael Heilprin Michael Heilprin (Heilprin Mihály, 1823 – 1888) was a Polish-American Jewish biblical scholar, critic, and writer, born at Piotrków, Russian Poland, to Jewish parents.
Miklós Izsó Miklós Izsó was a Hungarian sculptor whose sculptural style integrated elements of classicism and academic style, being him the first sculptor attracted by life in the country.
Miklós Perczel Sir Miklós Perczel de Bonyhád (15 December 1812 in Bonyhád, Tolna county – 4 March 1904 in Baja), was a Hungarian landholder, general, and one of the leaders of the Hungarian Revolution of...
Milan Emil Uzelac Milan Emil Uzelac (August 26, 1867 - January 7, 1954) was a Croatian soldier and military commander who was a leading figure in the air forces of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Kingdom of Yugoslav...
Moritz Benedikt Moritz Benedikt (4 July 1835, Eisenstadt, Sopron County – 14 April 1920, Vienna) was an Hungarian-Austrian neurologist who was a native of Eisenstadt.
Moritz Kaposi Moritz Kaposi (Kaposi Mór 23 October 1837 in Kaposvár, Hungary – 6 March 1902 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary) was a Hungarian physician and dermatologist who discovered the skin tumor that received...
Moses Löb Bloch Moses Löb Bloch (born at Ronsperg, Bohemia, now Poběžovice, Czech Republic, February 15, 1815–1909) was a Hungarian rabbi and rector at the Rabbinical Seminary of Budapest.
Mária Lebstück Mária Lebstück (15 August 1831 – 30 May 1892), was a Hussar officer during the Hungarian War of Independence of 1848 and 1849 under the name Károly Lebstück.
Mátyás Godina Mátyás Godina (Matjaž Godina, Prekmurian: Mátjaš Godina (ar.
Mór Perczel Sir Mór Perczel de Bonyhád (Bonyhádi lovag Perczel Mór, Ritter Moritz Perczel von Bonyhád; 11 November 1811, Bonyhád, Tolna county – 23 May 1899, Bonyhád), was a Hungarian landholder...
Mór Ungerleider Mór Ungerleider was a Hungarian cafe owner and showman, and was the first to show cinema in Hungary.
Móric Fischer de Farkasházy Móric Fischer de Farkasházy was a Hungarian porcelain-manufacturer; was one of the founders of the Herend porcelain maufactory in 1839.
Nicholas III, Prince Esterhazy Nicholas III, Prince Esterházy (Esterházy III. Miklós, Nikolaus III Esterházy (Regensburg, June 25 1817 - Vienna, January 28 1894) was the ninth prince of the Hungarian House of Esterházy.
Nikolaus III, Prince Esterházy Nikolaus III, Prince Esterházy (Esterházy III. Miklós, Nikolaus III Esterházy (Regensburg, June 25 1817 - Vienna, January 28 1894) was the ninth prince of the Hungarian House of Esterházy.
Ottokar Nováček Ottokar Nováček was an Austro-Hungarian violinist and composer of Czech descent and is perhaps best known for his work Perpetuum Mobile.
Ottokár Prohászka Ottokár Prohászka (Prohászka Ottokár; October 10, 1858, Nyitra (today Nitra, Slovakia) – April 2, 1927, Budapest) was a Hungarian Roman Catholic theologian and Bishop of Székesfehérvár from 1905...
Pauline von Metternich Princess Pauline Clémentine von Metternich - Winneburg zu Beilstein née Countess Pauline Clémentine Marie Walburga Sándor de Szlavnicza (February 25, 1836 in Vienna – September 28, 1921 in Vienn...
Peter von Vécsey Peter, Freiherr von Vécsey or Peter Vécsey de Hernádvécse et Hajnácskeő was an Imperial Austrian military commander of Hungarian descent who took part in the French Revolutionary Wars and Napoleonic Wars. As a Freiherr, he was a member of the Austrian landless nobility.
Philipp Lenard Philipp Eduard Anton von Lenard (June 7, 1862 – May 20, 1947), was a German physicist and the winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1905 for his research on cathode rays and the discovery of ...
Princess Pauline von Metternich Princess Pauline Clémentine von Metternich - Winneburg zu Beilstein née Countess Pauline Clémentine Marie Walburga Sándor de Szlavnicza (February 25, 1836 in Vienna – September 28, 1921 in Vienn...
Rafael Joseffy Rafael Joseffy (July 3, 1852June 25, 1915) was a Hungarian pianist, teacher and composer.
Richard Guyon Richard Debaufre Guyon (1813 – 12 October 1856), British soldier, general in the Hungarian revolutionary army and Turkish pasha (Kurshid Pasha), was born at Walcot, near Bath, S...
Richárd Erdős Richárd Erdős (Brno, 18 May 1881 - Frankfurt, 9 June 1912) was a Jewish Hungarian bass opera singer who was father of the American children's author Richard Erdoes.
Robert Volkmann Friedrich Robert Volkmann, (Volkmann Róbert, 6 April, 1815, Lommatzsch bei Meißen 30 October, 1883, Budapest) was a German composer.
Rudolf Szepessy-Sokoll Oberleutnant Rudolf Szepessy-Sokoll Freiherr von Negyes et Reno was a World War I flying ace credited with five aerial victories.
Rudolf von Laban Rudolf von Laban aka Rudolf Laban (Rezső Lábán de Váraljas, Lábán Rezső, Lábán Rudolf) (15 December 1879 – 1 July 1958) was a dance artist and theorist, notable as one of the pioneers of m...
Róza Laborfalvi Róza Laborfalvi (born Judit Benke de Laborfalva, 8 April 1817 – 20 November 1886) Hungarian actress, wife of novelist Mór Jókai.
Salomon Stricker Salomon Stricker (1 January 1834, Waag-Neustadtl/Vágújhely/Nové Mesto nad Váhom) – 2 April 1898) was an Austrian pathologist and histologist born in Waag-Neustadtl, a town that is now located in...
Samuel A. Tannenbaum Samuel Aaron Tannenbaum (1874 – 1948) was a prolific early-20th-century literary scholar, bibliographer, and palaeographer, best known for his work on William Shakespeare and his contempor...
Samuel Nemessányi Sámuel Nemessányi, Nemessányi Sámuel was a Hungarian luthier, a maker of stringed instruments, such as: violins, violas, and cellos.
Samuel von Fischer Samuel Fischer, later Samuel von Fischer was a Hungarian-born German publisher, the founder of S. Fischer Verlag.
Shlomo Ganzfried Shlomo Ganzfried (or Salomo ben Joseph Ganzfried; Ungvar, 1804 – 30 July 1886, Ungvar) was an Orthodox rabbi and posek best known as author of the work of Halakha (Jewish law), the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch (Hebrew: קיצור שולחן ערוך, "The Abbreviated Shulchan Aruch"), by which title he...
Simon Bacher Simon Bacher (Bacher Simon; February 1, 1823, Liptovský Mikuláš - November 9, 1891, Budapest) was a Hungarian Neo-Hebraic poet.
Solomon Löwisohn Solomon Löwisohn, (שלמה לויזון, Lőwisohn Salamon; 1788, Mór, District of Stuhlweissenburg, Kingdom of Hungary - April 27, 1821, Mór) was a Jewish Hungarian historian and poet.
Soma Orlai Petrich Soma Orlai Petrich, aka Soma Orlay Petrich (October 22, 1822, Mezőberény - June 5, 1880, Budapest) was a Hungarian painter, born to a Serbian father and Hungarian mother.
Stephan Schulzer von Müggenburg Stephan Schulzer von Müggenburg (Viduševac, Croatia, 12.19.1802 – Vinkovci, Croatia, 2.5.1892) was a Hungarian – Croatian army officer and mycologist.
Stephen Heller Stephen Heller (Heller István (15 May 181314 January 1888) was a Hungarian pianist, teacher and composer whose career spanned the period from Schumann to Bizet, and was an influence for la...
Sámuel Gyarmathi Sámuel Gyarmathi (Gyarmathi Sámuel) (July 15, 1751, Kolozsvár — March 4, 1830, Kolozsvár) was a Hungarian linguist, born in Cluj (then Kolozsvár, Transylvania).
Sámuel Literáti Nemes Sámuel Literáti Nemes (1796–1842), Transylvanian-Hungarian antiquarian, co-founder of the National Széchényi Library in Budapest, infamous for many forgeries which even deceived some of the most...
Sándor Ferenczi Sándor Ferenczi (7 July 1873 – 22 May 1933) was a Hungarian psychoanalyst, a key theorist of the psychoanalytic school and a close associate of Sigmund Freud.
Sándor Hatvany-Deutsch Baron Sándor Hatvany-Deutsch (1852, Arad - 1913, Budapest) was a leading Hungarian industrialist and art patron.
Sándor Kőrösi Csoma Sándor Csoma de Kőrös (27 March 1784? – 11 April 1842), born Csoma Sándor (Csoma being the family name) was a Hungarian philologist and Orientali...
Sándor Petőfi Sándor Petőfi (born Petrovics; Petőfi Sándor pronounced Alexander Petrovič; Александар Петровић; 1 January 1823 – most likely 31 July 1849
Teréz Brunszvik Countess Teréz Brunszvik de Korompa (Therese Countess von Brunsvik or Brunswick) (July 27, 1775, Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary – September 23, 1861, Pest, Kingdom of Hungary) was a member of the H...
The 13 Martyrs of Arad The 13 Martyrs of Arad were the thirteen Hungarian rebel honvéd generals who were executed on October 6, 1849 in the city of Arad, Kingdom of Hungary, after the Hungarian Revolution was ended by...
Tivadar Pauler Dr. Tivadar Pauler (9 April 1816 – 30 April 1886) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Religion and Education between 1871 and 1872.
Victor Tausk Viktor Tausk (March 12, 1879, Žilina - July 3, 1919) was a pioneer psychoanalyst and neurologist.
Viktor Léon Victor Léon, also Viktor Léon was a well-known Jewish Austrian-Hungarian librettist.
Viktor Tausk Viktor Tausk was a pioneer psychoanalyst and neurologist.
Vilma Hugonnai Countess Vilma Hugonnai de Szentgyörgy (September 30, 1847 in Nagytétény, Hungary – March 25, 1922 in Budapest) was the first Hungarian woman medical doctor.
Vladimir Logothetti Vladimir Emanuel Alexander Count Logothetti (Filiale Tamassy (now Tomašovce, Slovakia), 4 August 1822 - Radautz, Bukovina (now Rădăuţi, Rumania), 7 December 1892) was an Austrian-Hungarian Offic...
Waldemar von Baußnern Waldemar Edler von Baußnern (also Baussnern or Bausznern, November 29, 1866August 20, 1931) was a German composer and music teacher.
Wilhelm Bacher Wilhelm Bacher was a Jewish Hungarian scholar, rabbi, Orientalist and linguist, born in Liptó-Szent-Miklós, Hungary to the Hebrew writer Simon Bacher. Wilhelm was himself an incredibly prolific writer, authoring or co-authoring approximately 750 works in an unfortunately short life.
Zsigmond Kunfi Zsigmond Kunfi (born as Zsigmond Kohn; 28 April 1879 – 18 November 1929) was a Hungarian politician who served as Minister without portfolio of Croatian Affairs and as Minister of Labour and...
Ábrahám Ganz Ábrahám Ganz (November 6, 1814, Unter-Embrach - December 15, 1867, Pest) was a Swiss-born Hungarian iron manufacturer, machine and technical engineer, father of the Ganz companies.
Ábrahám Lederer Abraham Lederer (Lederer Ábrahám, Léderer Ábrahám; January 9, 1827, Libochovice, Bohemia – September 17, 1916, Budapest) was a Czech-Hungarian educator and writer.
Ádám Liszt Ádám Liszt was a Hungarian musician and father of composer and pianist Franz Liszt.
Ágoston Roskoványi Count Augustinus Roskoványi (7 December 1807 – 24 February 1892) was a Roman Catholic Bishop of Nyitra (in today Nitra, Slovakia) in Hungary, doctor of philosophy and theologian.
Ágoston Trefort Dr. Ágoston Trefort (7 February 1817 – 22 August 1888) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Religion and Education from 1872 until his death.
Ányos Jedlik Ányos István Jedlik (Jedlik Ányos István; Štefan Anián Jedlík; in older texts and publications: Stephanus Anianus Jedlik; January 11, 1800 – December 13, 1895) was a Hungarian inventor, eng...
Áron Chorin Áron Chorin (August 3, 1766 – August 24, 1844) was a Hungarian rabbi and pioneer of religious reform.
Árpád von Degen Árpád von Degen born on 31 March 1866 in Pozsony (now Slovakia), was a Hungarian biologist and botanist whose activities were rooted in theoretical principles and scientific botany.
Ödön Beöthy Ödön Beöthy (1796 - 1854), Hungarian deputy and orator, was born in Nagyvárad, Hungary (today Oradea, Romania), his father being a retired officer and deputy lord-lieutenant of the county of Bihar.
Ödön Lechner Ödön Lechner (Pest, August 27, 1845 – Budapest, June 10, 1914) was a Hungarian architect, nicknamed the "Hungarian Gaudí".
Ödön Márffy Ödön Márffy (born Budapest 30 November 1878; died Budapest 3 December 1959) was a Hungarian painter, one of The Eight in Budapest, credited with bringing cubism, Fauvism and expressionism to t...