Johann Baptist Coronini-Cronberg

Johann Baptist Coronini-Cronberg (19 November 1794 – 26 July 1880) was an Austrian Feldzeugmeister born in Gorizia. Coronini-Cronberg was governor of the Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar from 1851 to 1859. He was ban of Croatia from 28 July 1859 to 19 June 1860.

John Baptist Coronini-Cronberg
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Ban of Croatia
In office
28 July 1859 – 19 June 1860
Preceded byJosip Jelačić
Succeeded byJosip Šokčević
Personal details
Born(1794-11-19)19 November 1794
Vinkovci, Kingdom of Slavonia, Austrian Empire
Died26 July 1880(1880-07-26) (aged 85)
Vienna, Austria-Hungary

Occupation of the Danubian PrincipalitiesEdit

General Coronini-Cronberg commanded the Austrian army which occupied the Danubian principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia in 1854, obliging Russian forces to withdraw. After a cursory investigation into 'the peronal and official conduct' of the Russian-nominated hospodars, the princes Barbu Știrbei and Grigore Ghica, he ruled that they should be reinstated.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Florescu, Radu R. (2021), The Struggle against Russia in the Romanian Principalities, Histria Books, Las Vegas, pp. 309 - 314, ISBN 9781592110261