Donáth György (1904–1947)

Right-wing politician. After obtaining a law degree, Donáth worked at the Central Statistical Office in 1932–8, when he left state service and joined the Hungarian Life Movement organized by Béla Imrédy. He was a member of Parliament for the Party of Hungarian Life from 1939 to 1944. He also became a member of the Hungarian Brotherly Community in 1939 and opposed national socialism as a government-party politician. In December 1946, he was arrested on charges of conspiracy against the republic, condemned to death, and executed on October 23, 1947.

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