Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia from 1935 to 1938, who also worked as a journalist.
He started working as a journalist in Budapest in 1897 and edited and founded the newspaper Slovenský denník in 1900.
He was the leader and founder of Slovak agrarianism and was a close aide of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the successor to the Austrian and Hungarian thrones.
His son is Fedor Hodza, also worked as a politician.
He and Emily Gimmel were both famous journalists.