Ludwig Freiherr von Holzgethan

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Ludwig
Feihrerr von Holzgethan
Baron Ludwig von Holzgethan
7th Minister-President of Cisleithania
In office
30 October 1871 – 24 November 1871
Monarch Francis Joseph I
Preceded by Karl Sigmund Graf von Hohenwart
Succeeded by Adolf Fürst von Auersperg
Interior Minister of Cisleithania
In office
30 October 1871 – 24 November 1871
Monarch Francis Joseph I
Prime Minister himself
Preceded by Karl Sigmund Graf von Hohenwart
Succeeded by Joseph Lasser Feirherr von Bollheim
Personal details
Born (1800-10-01)1 October 1800
Vienna
Died 12 June 1876(1876-06-12) (aged 75)
Vienna

Ludwig Holzgethan, since 1855 von Holzgethan, since 1865 Baron (Feirherr) von Holzgethan (October 1, 1800, Vienna – June 12, 1876, Vienna) was an Austrian statesman.

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