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Carl Vaugoin
Chancellor of Austria
In office
30 September 1930 – 4 December 1930
PresidentWilhelm Miklas
DeputyRichard Schmitz
Preceded byJohann Schober
Succeeded byOtto Ender
Vice-Chancellor of Austria
In office
26 September 1929 – 30 September 1930
ChancellorJohann Schober
Preceded byVinzenz Schumy
Succeeded byRichard Schmitz
Minister of Defense
In office
28 April 1921 – 21 September 1933
ChancellorMichael Mayr
Johann Schober
Ignaz Seipel
Rudolf Ramek
Ignaz Seipel (acting)
Ernst Streeruwitz
Johann Schober (acting)
Himself
Otto Ender
Karl Buresch
Engelbert Dollfuss
Preceded byWalter Breisky
Succeeded byEngelbert Dollfuss
Personal details
Born(1873-07-08)8 July 1873
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
Died10 June 1949(1949-06-10) (aged 75)
Krems an der Donau, Austria
Political partyChristian Social Party

Carl Vaugoin (8 July 1873, Vienna – 10 June 1949, Krems/Donau) was an Austrian official and politician of the Christian Social Party. He served as Defense Minister in 15 Austrian cabinets from 1921 to 1933, from 1929 to 1930 also as Vice Chancellor of Austria, and as Chancellor of Austria for about two months in 1930.

Literature

Political offices
Preceded by
Johann Schober
Chancellor of Austria
1930
Succeeded by
Otto Ender