List of Hungarians

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This is a list of Hungarians notable within Hungary and/or abroad. It includes notable Hungarians born outside present-day Hungary.



Fashion designer Tamás Király


World War I aviators[edit]

World War II aviators[edit]

Business professionals[edit]

Composers and performers[edit]


See more in List of Hungarian composers.

Film artists[edit]

History and politics[edit]

Theodor Herzl


János Irinyi
Oszkár Asbóth
Ányos Jedlik




Ilona Elek
Jenö Fuchs
Béla Guttmann
Lily Kronberger
Attila Petschauer
Ildikó Újlaky-Rejtő
Árpád Weisz


List of Hungarians who were born outside present-day Hungary[edit]

The borders of Hungary have changed substantially in the past century. Many places once part of Hungary now belong to neighboring countries. The list is organised by country of birth and those listed have the name of their birthplace (in parentheses) as it is currently named.



See also category in the German Wikipedia: Person (Burgenland).







See also[edit]


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  2. ^ Csipes, Antal; Fabényi, Julia; Hermann, Veronika; Keszeg, Anna; Horváth, Zsolt K.; Király, Iliász; Muskovics, Gyula; Soós, Andrea; Timár, Katalin (2020). Timár, Katalin (ed.). Tamás Király. Out of the box. Budapest: Ludwig Museum [hu]. ISBN 978-963-9537-74-3. Retrieved 31 July 2023.
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  6. ^ Bernard Postal; Jesse Silver; Roy Silver (1965). Encyclopedia of Jews in Sports. Bloch Pub. Co. Retrieved 20 December 2010. gyula biro jewish.
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  12. ^ "The Nobel Prize in Literature 2002". Nobel Media. Retrieved 4 March 2021.
  13. ^ "Man Booker International prize 2015 won by 'visionary' László Krasznahorkai". The Guardian. 19 May 2015. Retrieved 4 March 2021.
  14. ^ Stefanova-Peteva, K. (1993) Who Calls the Shots on the New York Stages? (via Google Books), p. 26.

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