Of this officer I have two documents in my collection. The diploma for his promotion to Colonel in 1920 which was also his final rank before retirement.
The 1917 ranklist shows him as a major in the 24th Honvéd Infantry Regiment.
The 1918 version shows he has been promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.
His medal list does not show yet the Iron Crown Order 3rd class he must have received in the course of 1918 and is listed as his highest ranking medal on the diploma for Colonel.
He also became a vitéz in 1929. In this short overview it is mentioned that he saw action both on the Russian and Italian front. This overview mentions a different unit.
And that leeds to the 2nd document of this officer, his order of vitéz diploma of 1929, at which moment he was already retired.
This article about two Golden Bravery Medals also mentions him (based on name and rank it must be him) as a commander of an attack on the Northern Italian village of Passarella in November 1917.
Sources of documents through this great Hungarian website of the Hungarian Military Archives