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Baron Anton von Doblhoff-Dier

Hochwohlgeboren
Anton Freiherr von Doblhoff-Dier
Baron Anton von Doblhoff, lithograph by Josef Kriehuber, 1834
4th Minister-President of the Austrian Empire
In office
8 July 1848 – 18 July 1848
Monarch Ferdinand I
Preceded by Franz Freiherr von Pillersdorf
Succeeded by Johann Freiherr von Wessenberg-Ampringen
Interior Minister of the Austrian Empire
In office
8 July 1848 – October 1848
Monarch Ferdinand I
Prime Minister Johann Freiherr von Wessenberg-Ampringen
Preceded by Franz Freiherr von Pillersdorf
Succeeded by Franz Stadion Graf von Warthausen
Personal details
Born (1800-11-10)10 November 1800
Gorizia, Görz and Gradisca
Died 16 April 1872(1872-04-16) (aged 71)
Vienna, Austria
Religion Roman Catholic Church

Baron Anton von Doblhoff-Dier (German: Anton Freiherr von Doblhoff-Dier) (10 November 1800 – 16 April 1872) was an Austrian statesman.

Born in Gorizia, he studied law at the University of Vienna and at first entered into civil service. In 1836 he retired to cultivate the manor estate of his uncle at Weikersdorf Castle in Baden, where he excelled in agronomic studies. In the course of the Revolutions of March 1848 he became a liberal member of the Reichstag assembly and trade minister in the cabinet of Franz von Pillersdorf, and, after Pillersdorf's demission in July, acting minister-president and minister of the interior.

Doblhoff-Dier himself resigned from all offices in the violent Vienna Uprising of October 1848. In the next year he was appointed ambassador at The Hague, a post he held until 1858. In 1861 he became a member of the newly established Reichsrat, from 1867 onwards of the Herrenhaus.

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  • Marienthal (German)

Preceded by
Baron Franz von Pillersdorf
Minister-President of the Austrian Empire
1848
Succeeded by
Johann von Wessenberg-Ampringen
Preceded by
Baron Franz von Pillersdorf
Interior Minister of the Austrian Empire
1848
Succeeded by
Franz Stadion, Count von Warthausen

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