Ákos Farkas

Ákos Farkas de Dorog (22 August 1894 – 1955) was a Hungarian jurist and politician, who served as Mayor of Budapest during the Nazi occupation of Hungary. In his office he played a major role in the deportation of the Hungarian Jews, as a result after the Second World War he was sentenced to 10-year imprisonment by a People's Tribunal in Hungary.

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Who was the predecessor of Ákos Farkas?

The predecessor of Ákos Farkas was János Csorba.

How would Ákos Farkas be described?

Ákos Farkas would be described as Hungarian politician.

When died Ákos Farkas?

Ákos Farkas died 01.01.1955.

What is Ákos Farkas subject of?

Ákos Farkas is subject of Hungarian people of World War II, Hungarian politicians, Mayors of Budapest, 1894 births, 1955 deaths, The Holocaust in Hungary, Prisoners who died in Hungarian detention, People from Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County, Hungarian people convicted of war crimes, Hungarian people who died in prison custody and Hungarian collaborators with Nazi Germany.

When died Ákos Farkas?

Ákos Farkas died 1955.

What is the gender of Ákos Farkas?

Ákos Farkas is male.