|Ambassador Deym as caricatured by Spy (Leslie Ward) in Vanity Fair, February 1898|
|Born||23 August 1838|
Neuschloss, Hohenelbe (now Dolní Olešnice, Vrchlabí
|Died||3 September 1903 (aged 65)|
Eckersdorf, Glatz (now Bożków, Kłodzko)
His full title was Franz de Paula Severin Wenzel Maria Philipp Benitius Graf Deym von Střítež.
Life[edit | edit source]
Deym was the son of a Field Marshal, and was a First Lieutenant in the Lancers. In 1864 he joined the Diplomatic Service. He was first Attaché then Legationssekretär (Secretary) in Paris, before being sent to the Embassy in Rome.
In 1871 he became the Special Ambassador and Acting Minister for the armed services, and then retired from public life. In 1879 he became a member of the Austrian Reichsrat, and was re-elected in 1885. On 18 October 1888 he became Ambassador to London, a position he held until his death.
Sources[edit | edit source]
- (in German) Friedrich Graf Deym und die österreichische Frage in der Paulskirche. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel. 1891.
- "Deym Střítež of Franz Graf" (in German). Austrian Biographical Dictionary, 1815-1950 (OBL).. 1. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences. p. 182. http://www.biographien.ac.at/oebl_1/182.pdf. Retrieved 18 July 2010.
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