Anna Kéthly (Budapest, le 16 novembre 1889 - Blankenberge, Belgique, le 7 septembre 1976) est une femme politique social-démocrate hongroise, la deuxième représentante à l'Assemblée nationale de Hongrie. Elle est morte en exil.

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  • Anna Kéthly (Budapest, le 16 novembre 1889 - Blankenberge, Belgique, le 7 septembre 1976) est une femme politique social-démocrate hongroise, la deuxième représentante à l'Assemblée nationale de Hongrie. Elle est morte en exil.
  • Kéthly Anna (Budapest, 1889. november 16. – Blankenberge, Belgium, 1976. szeptember 7.) magyar szociáldemokrata politikus, az Országgyűlés második női képviselője, 1922-től 1948-ig parlamenti képviselő. Az 1956-os forradalom idején újjáalakult Szociáldemokrata Párt elnöke és a Harmadik Nagy Imre-kormány államminisztere.
  • Anna Kéthly (16 November 1889 – 7 September 1976) was a Hungarian social democratic politician. She was one of nine children born into a poor family in Budapest, Hungary. At the age of fifteen she started working in a garment factory but soon found more appealing work in the editorial office of a women's magazine and this gave her the chance to further her education. In 1917, she joined the Hungarian Social Democratic Party and became an active Party member. In 1919, Kéthly was elected onto a committee of the Party. In subsequent years she was a frequent contributor to the Party's newspaper Népszava. In 1922 Kéthly was elected to Parliament as a member of the Social Democratic Party, and represented her Party in parliament without a break until the German invasion of Hungary in March 1944. After the German invasion, Kéthly left Budapest and lived in the country with false papers under an assumed identity. After the Second World War, Kéthly again became politically active and helped to reorganize the Hungarian Social Democratic Party and she was elected to the Party's Political Committee. In April 1945, she was elected a member of the Provisional National Assembly and in the general elections in November of same year, she was re-elected to parliament, this time as head of the Social Democratic faction, and was made Deputy Speaker of Parliament. Kéthly made frequent contributions of articles to Socialist papers and was active in maintaining contact with international socialist Parties in the West. In post-war Hungary, she was a leading opponent of her Party's merger with the Communist Party and in the internal power-struggle that ensued, in March 1948, she was dismissed from the Party and soon after she also lost her seat in Parliament and placed under house arrest for two years.
  • Anna Kéthly (* 16. November 1889 in Budapest; † 7. September 1976 in Blankenberge in Belgien) war eine ungarische sozialdemokratische Politikerin.
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  • Anna Kéthly (Budapest, le 16 novembre 1889 - Blankenberge, Belgique, le 7 septembre 1976) est une femme politique social-démocrate hongroise, la deuxième représentante à l'Assemblée nationale de Hongrie. Elle est morte en exil.
  • Kéthly Anna (Budapest, 1889. november 16. – Blankenberge, Belgium, 1976. szeptember 7.) magyar szociáldemokrata politikus, az Országgyűlés második női képviselője, 1922-től 1948-ig parlamenti képviselő. Az 1956-os forradalom idején újjáalakult Szociáldemokrata Párt elnöke és a Harmadik Nagy Imre-kormány államminisztere.
  • Anna Kéthly (* 16. November 1889 in Budapest; † 7. September 1976 in Blankenberge in Belgien) war eine ungarische sozialdemokratische Politikerin.
  • Anna Kéthly (16 November 1889 – 7 September 1976) was a Hungarian social democratic politician. She was one of nine children born into a poor family in Budapest, Hungary. At the age of fifteen she started working in a garment factory but soon found more appealing work in the editorial office of a women's magazine and this gave her the chance to further her education. In 1917, she joined the Hungarian Social Democratic Party and became an active Party member.
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  • Anna Kéthly
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