August Ségur-Cabanac

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August Ségur ( Ségur-Cabanac ) (born January 22, 1881 in Brno , Moravia , † March 1, 1931 in Vienna ) was an Austrian civil servant and politician.


Family grave at the Mödlinger Friedhof

August Ségur-Cabanac comes from an old French noble family. His father was Count Oskar Segur-Cabanac, who was responsible for horses and teams in the kk Landwehr Defense Ministry at the beginning of the First World War . His great-grandfather was August Franz Marzellus Ségur-Cabanac , his brother was Viktor Ségur-Cabanac .

After visiting the Theresianum in Vienna, August Ségur completed a law degree in Vienna .

From 1906 he was a governor's office, from 1914 to the district authority Mödling . From 1917 Ségur-Cabanac worked as a representative for the food sector in Lower Austria . From 1918 to 1921 he worked again at the district authority Mödling and held the position of district captain . For a short time he was also in the People's Council, which took the position of mayor in Mödling.

Ségur was a member of the state parliament from 1919 to 1924 and a member of the state council from 1920 to 1922. He was deputy chairman of the Christian Social Club in the Lower Austrian state parliament. In 1920 he was briefly a member of the National Council . From May 31, 1922 to November 14, 1922 he was also Minister of Finance . Between 1923 and 1927 he was President of the Dorotheum .

Ségur-Cabanac is buried in the family grave in Mödling .


Individual evidence

  1. ^ Kk Landwehr Ministry for National Defense in Vienna in May 1914, accessed on March 9, 2011
  2. Mayor of Mödling , accessed on July 5, 2014.

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