Lord Wolf Kroshbon

The official state portrait of Lord Wolf.

Minister of State
29 April 1751 – 11 August 1751

Predecessor: Prince Ryan Kroshbon
Successor: Lord Benjamin Drakkon
King: Alexander I of Switzerland

Viceroy of Greece
23 May 1751 – {{{to2}}}

Predecessor: Position Established

Count of Solothorn
23 May 1751 – present

Predecessor: Princess Rose Kroshbon

Personal details

Born: 6 January 1716 (aged 35)
Nationality: Swiss
Political party: Swiss People's Party
Alma mater: University of Zurich
Profession: Statesman, Politician
Religion: Roman Catholicism
Lord Wolf Kroshbon (6 January 1716) is the brother of Lord Jon Kroshbon, and Minister of State of Switzerland. He is also Count of Solothorn. Alongside his noble titles, he also served as Viceroy of Greece, Switzerland's largest province. He became Minister of State after being invited to the cabinet following Lord Azreel Polemos's formation of a new Cabinet after the downfall of Prince Ryan Kroshbon.

After Lord Azreel's surprise resignation in July 1751, Lord Wolf announced his intention to retire from politics at the conclusion of the 1751 Special Election. On the 11th of August, he was officially succeeded as Minister of State by Lord Benjamin Drakkon, having completed his early initiatives to repair the Swiss foreign relations.

Early YearsEdit

Lord Azreel's CabinetEdit

Appointment as MinisterEdit

Foreign relationsEdit