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An engraving by Károly Rusz in the Vasárnapi Újság ("Sunday News") of 13 October 1867
|Other name(s)||Nicholas Perczel|
December 15, 1812|
Bonyhád, Kingdom of Hungary
|Died||March 4, 1904
Baja, Kingdom of Hungary
|Allegiance||Revolutionary Hungarian Army
|Battles||Hungarian Revolution of 1848
Sir Miklós Perczel de Bonyhád (15 December 1812 in Bonyhád, Hungary – 4 March 1904 in Baja, Hungary), also known as Nicholas Perczel, was a Hungarian landholder, officer, and one of the leaders of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. After his emigration to the United States of America he participated in the American Civil War as colonel of the 10th Iowa Infantry Regiment in the Union Army. He had a significant role in the liberation of Missouri. His older brother was Mór Perczel.
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