László Szalay

László Szalay, portrait by  [[Bertalan Székely László Szalay de Kéménd (April 18, 1813 – July 17, 1864) was a Hungarian statesman and historian.

Szalay was born in Buda. After the completion of his studies, he became a member of the Hungarian diet, and in 1848 he represented Hungary in the German national parliament at Frankfurt. He took part in the revolution of 1848–49, and was obliged to seek refuge in Switzerland, where he wrote his history of Hungary. This important work, published at Budapest (1856–1860), extends to 1707. Szalay also wrote remarkable studies on Pitt, Fox, Mirabeau and other statesmen, and contributed very considerably to the codification of Magyar law. In later life he returned to Hungary, but he died at Salzburg on July 17, 1864. Provided by Wikipedia
1
by Szalay, László 1813-1864
Published 1846
Book
2
by Szalay, László
Published 1847
kostenfrei
eBook
3
by Szalay, László
Published 1847
Book
4
by Szalay, László
Published 1847
Book
6
by Szalay, László
Published 1849
Book
7
by Szalay, László
Published 1849
Book
8
by Szalay, László
Published 1849
Book
9
by Szalay, László 1813-1864
Published 1849
Book
10
by Szalay, László
Published 1850
kostenfrei
eBook
11
by Szalay, László
Published 1852
kostenfrei
eBook
12
by Szalay, László
Published 1852
kostenfrei
eBook
13
by Szalay László
Published 1852
Book
14
by Szalay, László 1813-1864
Published 1852
Book
15
by Szalay, László 1813-1864
Published 1852
Book
16
by Szalay, László
Published 1853
kostenfrei
eBook
17
by Szalay, László
Published 1854
kostenfrei
eBook
18
Published 1857
...Verancsics Antal ; közli Szalay László....
Book
19
Published 1857
...Verancsics Antal ; közli Szalay László....
Book
20
Published 1858
...Verancsics Antal ; közli Szalay László....
Book