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Béla Kun

Béla Kun pictured in 1923
People’s Commissar of Foreign Affairs
In office
21 March 1919 â€“ 1 August 1919
Preceded by Ferenc Harrer (Minister)
Succeeded by Péter Ágoston (Minister)
Personal details
Born (1886-02-20)20 February 1886
Lele, Austria-Hungary
(today Romania)
Died 29 August 1938 or
30 November 1939
Moscow, Soviet Union
(today Russia)
Political party Hungarian Social Democratic Party (MSZDP)
Communist Party of Hungary (KMP)

Socialist Party of Hungary (MSZP)
Profession Politician, journalist

I do not think that I am a person who cannot be trusted.
It is correct that I overlooked the contamination of the party, not just now but also in the past.
Bela Kun
As to Magyar, I think that my speech was incorrect, inappropriate.
I also had a mistaken attitude towards certain comrades.
My personal influence in the Revolutionary Governing Council is such that the dictatorship of the proletariat is firmly established, since the masses are backing me.
Bela Kun