František Udržal


František Udržal

František Udržal Audio|Cs-Frantisek Udrzal.ogg|listen (1 January 1866 in Dolní Roveň, Pardubice region, Bohemia – 25 April 1938 in Prague) was a Czechoslovakian politician.

A member and leader of the powerful Agrarian Party, his political career started as member of the local parliament of Bohemia, then of parliament of Austria-Hungary, then of parliament of Czechoslovakia. He served seven years as minister of defense and four years as prime minister of Czechoslovakia (1 February 1929 - 24 October 1932) in two periods (1. 2.1929 - 7.12.1929 and 7.12.1929 - 29.10.1932).

ee also

* History of Czechoslovakia
* List of Prime Ministers of Czechoslovakia

External links

* [http://www.senat.cz/ASCII.en.cgi/zajimavosti/tisky/4vo/stena/114schuz/S114001.htm Transcript from parliament with his short bio (in Czech)]


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