Laginja

Laginja
Làginja, Matko (1852—1930)
DEFINICIJA
odvjetnik i književnik, dugogodišnji prvak hrv. nacionalnog pokreta Istre; ban Hrvatske i Slavonije (1920), zastupa federativno uređenje nove države, ali zbog beogradskog centralizma 1921. napušta politiku

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