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Károly Peyer

In office
1 August 1919 – 7 August 1919
Preceded by Jenő Landler and Béla Vágó
Succeeded by Adolf Samassa

Born May 9, 1881(1881-05-09)
Városlőd, Hungary
Died 25 October 1956 (aged 75)
Seal of the City of New York.svg New York City, United States
Political party MSZDP
Profession politician
The native form of this personal name is Peyer Károly. This article uses the Western name order.

Károly Peyer (9 May 1881 – 25 October 1956) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Interior Minister for six days during the end of the Hungarian Soviet Republic. After that he was the Minister of Work in the István Friedrich's and the Károly Huszár's cabinet. He took part in the consolidation policy of István Bethlen in 1921: as the leader of the main opposition party (social democrats) he compromised with the Prime Minister (Bethlen-Peyer Pact). That is why Peyer was called "betrayer of the left-wing" by the communists.

In 1947 Peyer was excluded from his party, so he joined to the Hungarian Radical Party, which organised against the communist rule. Soonly Peyer emigrated to the United States. In the next year the People's Tribune sentenced to 8 years.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Jenő Landler and Béla Vágó
Interior Minister
1919
Succeeded by
Adolf Samassa
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