Category:Vilmos Apor

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Blessed Baron Vilmos Apor de Altorja (February 29, 1892, Segesvár, Hungary – April 2, 1945, Győr, Hungary) was the Bishop of Győr during World War II who became famous for protesting against the persecution of the Hungarian Jews. He became a bishop only at the end of his life.

Vilmos Apor; Apor Vilmos; Vilmos Apor; Вильмош Апор; Vilmos Apor; Vilmos Apor; ویلموش اپور; Vilmos Apor; ڤیلموش اپور; Vilmos Apor; Vilmos Apor; Vilmos Apor; Vilmos Apor; Vilmos Apor; Vilmos Apor; Vilmos Apor; Vilmos Apor; ڤيلموش أپور; Vilmos Apor; Vilmos Apor; vescovo cattolico ungherese; magyar püspök; sacerdote católicu húngaru (1892–1945); венгерский католический священник; Bischof der Diözese Győr und Seliger der katholischen Kirche; easpag Ungárach; کشیش اهل مجارستان; ungarsk præst; episcop romano-catolic; ungersk präst; ungarsk prest; ungarsk prest; Hongaars priester (1892–1945); obispo húngaro; قديس كاثوليكى من المجر; Éveque, martyr et bienheureux catholique hongrois; (1892–1945) Hungarian bishop; كهنوت مجري; maďarský šlechtic, katolický biskup a mučedník; madžarski škof in mučenec in svetnik; Vilmos Apor; فيلموش أبور; فیلموش ابور
Vilmos Apor 
(1892–1945) Hungarian bishop
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Date of birth29 February 1892
Sighișoara
Date of death2 April 1945
Győr
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  • Gábor Apor
Mother
  • Gáborné Apor
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Wikidata Q658853
ISNI: 0000 0000 7857 2923
VIAF ID: 7240286
GND ID: 118503693
Library of Congress authority ID: nr90015543
PLWABN ID: 9810538193105606
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007596871705171
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