1938 – Syria’s Prime Minister was born in Khirbat Ghazalah, a village 75 miles south of Damascus, Syria, in the Hauran region. 1981 – He was Speaker of the Parliament from 1981 prior to being Prime Minister and was considered to be very close to President Hafez al-Assad until his sudden fall from grace. 1987 ..
1826 – Born on the 29th of October in Breschia, Lombardy. 1848 – He volunteered as a combatant in the volunteer corps during the war. 1859 – Got elected as Deputy 1876 – Zanardelli first attained political office and received various administrative appointments. 1878 – He was appointed as the Minister ..
1914 – He was betrothed as a functionary in the Social Democratic Party in Kladno district and as a party press editor. He also served as a soldier during the World War I. 1920 – He was sentenced for a 9-month imprisonment for partaking in an attempt at a left-wing coup. 1922 – ..
1878- Born on September 22 -Japan’s most important prime minister immediately following World War II. 1906-He received a law degree from Tokyo Imperial University and later served as ambassador to Italy (1930-32) and to Britain (1936-39). 1945-Yoshida tried to negotiate a surrender with the allies but was imprisoned for two months. 1946-He served as foreign ..
British politician president of Board of Trade 1947-1951 (youngest British Cabinet member since 1782) leader of Labor Party 1963-1976 British prime minister 1964-1970, 1974-1976 2.2 / 5 (..
Canadian Conservative politician prime minister of Canada 1896 (oldest prime minister) served shortest tenure of any Canadian prime minister (2 months, 7 days) 2.5 / 5 ( ..
Canadian (English-born) Liberal politician prime minister of Canada 1984 1.8 / 5 (..
Canadian lawyer and Liberal politician Canadian attorney general and justice minister 1967-1968 leader of Liberal Party 1968-1984 prime minister of Canada 1968-1979, 1980-1984 declared state of emergency 1970 in response to October Crisis established diplomatic relations with China 1970 secured passage of constitutional reforms (passed by House of Commons ..
British Conservative politician leader of Conservative Party 1975-1990 British prime minister 1979-1990 (1st female prime minister in Europe) wrote memoirs "10 Downing Street" 1994, "The Path to Power" 1995 2.4 / 5 ( ..
1854 – Born on the month of January in Iwate, Prefecture, Japan. 1876 – He joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. 1878 – He served as Ambassador to Austria, Hungary and to Italy. 1889 – He became the Vice Minister of Japan. 1900 – He became the Ambassador to the United States. 1905 ..