Maria Theodor (Tivadar) Ferdinánd Julian Gerard Pejácsevich / Pejačević, GR (1855 - 1928) MP

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Nicknames: "Pejachevich", "Pejačević", "TIVADAR Mária Ferdinánd Julian Gerard"
Birthplace: Našice, Općina Našice, Osijek-Baranja County, Croatia
Death: Died in Vienna, Wien, Austria
Managed by: Ann Vermeulen
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About Maria Theodor (Tivadar) Ferdinánd Julian Gerard Pejácsevich / Pejačević, GR

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Ban of Croatia-Slavonia In office 1903–1907 Preceded by Károly Khuen-Héderváry Succeeded by Aleksandar Rakodczay

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Born 1855 Died 1928

Count Teodor Pejačević de Verőce (1855–1928) was a Croatian politician who served as Ban of Croatia-Slavonia between 1903 and 1907.

He was the eldest son of Ladislav Pejačević, a Ban of Croatia (1880–1883), and a member of Pejačević family. He served as a long-term župan of Virovitica County and also took part as the Minister for Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia in the Hungarian Government from 1913 to 1917.

At the beginning of the 20th century, he was faced with a new direction of Croatian policy marked by political alliance between Croats and Serbs in Austria-Hungary for mutual benefit. A Croat-Serb Coalition was formed in 1905 and it governed the Croatian lands from 1906 until the dissolution of the Dual Monarchy in 1918. As Pejačević supported the ruling Coalition in its resistance towards the Hungarian quest in 1907 to introduce the Hungarian language to be the official language on railways in Croatia, he was forced to resign.

Among his children, the best known is his daughter Dora, a Croatian composer.

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Maria Theodor Veröczei, Graf Pejácsevich's Timeline

1855
September 24, 1855
Našice, Općina Našice, Osijek-Baranja County, Croatia
1881
January 22, 1881
Age 25
1882
April 28, 1882
Age 26
Budapest, Magyarország
1883
July 26, 1883
Age 27
Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
1885
September 10, 1885
Age 29
Budapest, Hungary
1891
July 31, 1891
Age 35
1894
January 4, 1894
Age 38
Osijek (Eszék), Osijek-Baranja, Croatia
1928
July 22, 1928
Age 72
Vienna, Wien, Austria
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