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Ivan Franges Edit Profile

Counselor

Ivan Franges, Croatian counselor. Decorated Chevalier Legion of Honor (France). Served as captain, artillery, Yugoslav Army Reserve.

Background

Franges, Ivan was born on November 8, 1899 in Zagreb, Yugoslavia. Son of Doctor Oton and Stefanie (Hegedic) Franges.

Education

Doctor of Law, University of Zagreb, 1923. Student economics University of Berlin, 1922-1923.

Career

Attache, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1923-1926. Attache of legation, Athens, Greece, 1926, Vienna, 1927-1929. Vice consul, New York, New York, 1929.

Acting consul, San Francisco, California, 1930. Secretary of legation, Washington, District of Columbia, 1931-1936. In Foreign Office, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1936-1940.

Counselor, Yugoslav Embassy, London, England., 1940-1942, Washington, District of Columbia, from 1942, charge d’affaires, July 1944-May 2, 1945.

Membership

Served as captain, artillery, Yugoslav Army Reserve. Clubs: St. James (London), Metropolitan (Washington).

Connections

Married Justine Corby, December 7, 1936.

father:
Doctor Oton Franges

mother:
Stefanie (Hegedic) Franges

spouse:
Justine Corby