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Count Albert Apponyi, of Hungary, will be in Cambridge this week to deliver a lecture on "Some Aspects of the Constitutional Growth of Hungary and her Relationship with Austria," with remarks on the Peace Movement, on Friday, March 3, at 4.30 o'clock in Emerson D.
Count Apponyi has been Royal Hungarian Minister of Public Education since 1906, and since 1872 a member of the House of Commons, where he has almost always been a member of the opposition. From 1902 to 1904 he was Speaker of that House.
Count Apponyi is an authority on Hungarian constitutional law and has been a contributor on the subject to magazines in Europe and America. He is also, although he has been attacked on that account, an advocate of the Peace Movement and in his speeches in this country has usually tried to arouse sentiment in its favor.
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