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Meyer 1902-1909, Nordisk Familjebok 1904-1926,


Nordisk Familjebok 1904-1926, Article : Kudlich (1911)
Kudlich, Hans, Austrian politician, born in 1823, in 1848 was one of the leaders of the extreme left in the Austrian Reichstag, as such won great popularity by his proposal, that the burdens lying on the soil should be abolished, and in October that year took the lead of the rebellion which then broke out in Vienna. In 1849 he participated in the rebellion in Pfalz, was simultaneously sentenced to death in absence in Austria, then sought refuge in Switzerland. He settled down as a medical doctor in America, was granted amnesty in Austria in 1867, and on the occasion of a visit to his homeland in 1872 was given honorary citizenship of the city of Vienna. Kudlich published "Rückblicke und Erinnerungen" (3 vols. 1873).
source in Swedish, posted by Project Runeberg

Meyer's Konversationslexikon 1902-1909, Article : Stadion
Kudlich, Hans, Austrian politician, born on October 23rd 1823 in Lobenstein in Austrian Silesia, was elected into the Austrian Reichstag in 1848, where he proposed the abolition of serfdom (to which he belonged by birth) and of all burdens deriving from it (Robot, Tithe). After this proposal became law on September 7th and Kudlich had greatly gained in popularity, he took the lead of the Viennese popular movement in October 1848, but after the dissolution of the Reichstag at Kremsier he fled to Germany, where he participated in the rebellion in the Pfalz in 1849. In Austria sentenced to death in absence, he went to Switzerland, where he married the sister of Karl Vogt, and then he settled in Hoboken near New York as a medical doctor. In 1872 he temporarily returned to Austria and was given honorary citizenship of the city of Vienna. He wrote "Rückblicke und Erinnerungen" (Wien 1873, 3 vols.).
source in German, posted by Zeno





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