Wikidata-logo.svg Bruno Kreisky
Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Nativitas: 22 Ianuarii 1911; Vindobona
Obitus: 29 Iulii 1990; Vindobona
Patria: Austria, Imperium Austro-Hungaricum, Republic of German-Austria, First Republic of Austria, Federal State of Austria, Germania nazistica

Officium

Officium: Foreign Minister of Austria, member of the National Council of Austria, Federal Chancellor of Austria, Federal minister of National Defence, Secretary of State
Munus: politicus, legatus, Causidicus, war correspondent
Patronus: Austrian Federal Government

Familia

Coniunx: no value
Proles: Peter Kreisky, no value

Memoria

Laurae: Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding, Orden wider den tierischen Ernst, Grand cross of the Order of the White Lion, order of Karl Valentin, Bruno Kreisky Award for Services to Human Rights, Freedom Award, Grand Cross of the Military Order of Christ, honorary doctor of the University of Gothenburg, Bavarian Order of Merit, magna crux insignis meriti Reipublicae Foederatae Germaniae
Sepultura: Vienna Central Cemetery

Bruno Kreisky (natus die 22 Ianuarii 1911, mortuus 29 Iulii 1990) fuit politicus Austriae. Vindobonae natus est e familia Iudaeorum qui religionem haud observabant. Annum agens sedecimum ad factionem socialisticam se iunxit. Alumnus fuit universitatis Vindobonensis ubi suadente Ottone Bauer iuri studuit. Minister rerum externarum patriae fuit a die 16 Iulii 1959 usque ad 19 Aprilis 1966. Cancellarius foederalis Austriae a die 21 Aprilis 1970 meruit. Die 24 Aprilis 1983 se ab hoc officio recessit.

Bruno Kreisky mense Februario 1983 iter in Civitates Foederatas faciens

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Günter Bischof, Anton Pelinka, edd., The Kreisky Era in Austria. Transaction Publishers, 1994
  • Franz Richard Reiter, ed., Wer war Bruno Kreisky? Dokumente, Berichte, Analysen. Vindobonae: Ephelant, 2000. ISBN 3-900766-14-2
  • Wolfgang Petritsch, Bruno Kreisky. Die Biographie. St. Pölten: Residenz Verlag, 2011. ISBN 978-3701731893
  • H. Pierre Secher, Bruno Kreisky, chancellor of Austria: a political biography. Dorrance, 1993

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