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Benito MussoliniOct 31, 1922

Hermann GoeringApr 11, 1933

Neville ChamberlainSep 17, 1938

Winston ChurchillMay 16, 1940

Joseph StalinMay 6, 1941

Tommy DouglasJul 10, 1944

Nikita KhrushchevMar 27, 1958

Charles de GaulleJun 1, 1958

Fidel CastroFeb 16, 1959

DiefenbakerJun 3, 1959

Georges PompidouApr 6, 1967

Deng XiaopingApr 7, 1976

Aldo MoroMar 16, 1978

Saddam HusseinJul 16, 1979

John TurnerJun 17, 1984

Margaret ThatcherDec 19, 1984

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Premier - Historical Events
Date Event
1549-10-12

John Dudley earl of Warwick becomes English premier

1551-04-11

English premier John Dudley appointed duke of Northumberland

1638-01-03

Dutch Premier Van Joost speaks of "Hostage rights of Aemstel"

1648-06-30

French premier cardinal Mazarin calls Saint Louis Chamber together

1661-03-10

French King Louis XIV ends office of premier

1688-10-27

King James II dismissses premier Robert Spencer

1696-02-29

English ex-premier Earl Danby accused of corruption

1711-03-08

Antoin de Guiscard tries English premier Haley for murder

1714-07-27

British Queen Anne dismisses premier Robert Haley

1726-06-11

Cardinal Fleury succeeds Duke of Bourbon as French premier

1742-02-09

British ex-premier Walpole becomes earl of Orford

1742-02-16

Earl of Wilmington becomes British premier (First Lord of the Treasury)

1744-11-23

English premier John Carteret resigns

1754-03-08

Marquis of Ensenada becomes premier of Spain

1754-03-18

Duke of Newcastle becomes English premier

1766-07-09

British premier Rockingham resigns

1847-11-28

Bologna: church of San Francisco dei Minori Conventuali initiated with premier of Rossini's Tantum ergo

1861-02-23

Dutch Premier Floris A van Hall resigns

1866-05-07

German premier Otto Von Bismarck seriously wounded in assassination attempt

1867-02-17

Gyula Andressy becomes premier of Hungary

1874-02-21

Benjamin Disraeli succeeds William Gladstone as British premier

1879-02-18

Arabs capture Egyptian premier Nabar Pasha

1890-07-17

Cecil Rhodes becomes premier of Cape colony

1893-04-27

Richard "King Dick" Seddon succeeds John Balance as premier of New Zealand and leader of Liberal Party

1894-06-18

Premier Roseberry declares Uganda a British protectorate

1894-10-28

German emperor Wilhelm II fires chancellor Leo von Caprivi & premier Botho zu Eulenburg

1896-01-06

Cecil Rhodes resigns as premier of Cape colony

1896-03-05

Italian premier Crispi resigns

1896-07-01

Wilfrid Laurel sworn in as 1st French speaking premier of Canada

1900-06-18

Gen Luigi Pelloux resigns as premier of Italy

1901-07-31

Abraham Kuyper becomes premier of Netherlands

1902-07-11

British premier Lord Salisbury resigns

1903-09-24

Alfred Deakin succeeds Edmund Barton as Australia premier

1904-07-19

Dutch Premier Kuypers disbands 1st Chamber

1905-02-01

Hungarian premier Count István Tisza resigns

1905-03-12

The continuing strikes and disorders that unsettle Italy force out Premier Giovanni Giolitti, though he will return in March, 1906

1905-11-16

Neth/Russ Count Witte becomes premier of Russia

1906-05-19

Portugal's King Carlos I names Joao Franco premier

1906-10-25

Georges Clemenceau succeeds Ferdinand Sarien premier of France

1907-03-02

General Louis Botha named premier of Transvaal

1908-01-09

Frans Schollaert succeeds De Trooz as premier of Belgium

1908-04-05

British premier Henry Campbell-Bannerman resigns

1908-04-08

Lord Asquith succeeds Henry Campbell-Bannerman as British premier

1909-01-25

Richard Strauss' premier of "Elektra" in Dresden

1909-11-19

Former Dutch premier Abraham Kuyper denies corruption

1910-07-20

Former Dutch premier Abraham Kuyper acquitted of corruption

1911-01-17

Failed assassination attempt on premier Briand in French Assembly

1911-08-23

British premier Asquith holds secret meeting about British strategy in case of war with Germany

1912-01-14

Raymond Poincaré becomes premier of France

1914-09-22

Louis Botha, premier of the Union of South Africa, assumes command of the armed forced after having dismissed General Beyers because of his resistance to aiding British in the war against Germany

1915-03-06

Greek King Constantine I fires premier Venizelos

1915-10-29

Aristide Briand becomes premier of France

1918-01-05

British premier Lloyd George demand for unified peace

1918-09-04

Jhr Ch Ruys de Beerenbrouck becomes 1st Dutch Catholic premier

1919-01-15

Pianist & statesman Ignace Paderewski becomes 1st premier of Poland

1919-02-20

French premier Clemenceau injured during assassination attempt

1919-08-28

General John Smuts becomes premier of South Africa

1919-10-06

Stambuliski becomes premier of Bulgaria

1921-03-08

Spanish Premier Eduardo Dato Iradier is assassinated while exiting the parliament building in Madrid.

1922-01-15

Irish Free State forms; Michael Collins becomes 1st Premier

1922-09-09

William T Cosgrave replaces Irish premier Collins

1922-10-31

Benito Mussolini (Il Duce) becomes premier of Italy

1923-05-22

Stanley Baldwin succeeds Andrew Bonar Law as British premier

1923-06-09

Bulgarian premier Stamboeliski & King Boris III overthrown

1923-08-11

Dutch Premier de Geer resigns

1923-08-13

Gustav Stresemann becomes premier of German coalition government

1924-01-27

Egyptian king Foead nominates Saad Zaghloel Pasja premier

1924-03-25

Greek parliament selects admiral Paul Koundouriotis as premier

1924-06-13

Gaston Doumergue elected as 1st protestant French premier

1924-11-21

British premier Baldwin cancels Labour contract with USSR

1924-12-24

Albania becomes a republic (ex-premier Ahmed Zogoe's coup)

1925-01-24

Sandler follows Branting as premier of Sweden

1925-01-31

Premier Ahmed Zogu becomes president of Angola

1925-04-17

Paul Painlevé follows Edouard Herriot on as French premier

1925-10-06

Greek premier Papanastasiou orders gen Pangulos arrested

1926-12-12

Leningrad: premier of Dmitri Shostakovich's 1st Piano concert

1927-04-17

Japan's Wakarsoeki government falls/Baron Tanaka becomes premier

1929-04-24

Thorvald Stauning becomes premier of Denmark

1929-07-31

Aristide Briand becomes premier of France

1929-09-05

French premier A Briand requests a US of Europe

1929-10-07

Ramsay MacDonald is first British premier to address US Congress

1930-05-28

Georges Forbes succeeds Joseph Ward as premier of New Zealand

1931-03-18

Juan Bautista Aznar becomes premier of Spain

1931-06-05

Jules Renkin becomes premier of Belgium

1931-08-23

Count Gyula Károlyi becomes premier of Hungary

1931-12-10

Manuel Azaña becomes premier/Niceto Zamora president of Spain

1931-12-19

Joseph A Lyons (C) becomes premier of Australia

1932-02-21

Andre Tardieu becomes premier of France

1932-06-04

Edouard Herriot becomes premier of France

1932-07-05

Antonio de Oliveira Salazar becomes premier/dictator of Portugal

1932-10-22

Charles de Broqueville becomes premier of Belgium

1933-04-11

Hermann Goering becomes Premier of Prussia

1933-11-26

Camille Chautemps becomes French premier

1934-11-28

Winston Churchill tells British Premier Stanley Baldwin not to under estimate German air power

1935-11-29

Michael Savage becomes 1st Labour premier of NZ

1936-02-19

Manuel Azaña becomes Spanish premier

1936-05-10

Nahas Pasja becomes premier of Egypt

1936-06-19

Dutch Premier Colijn denies relation with German call-girl

1936-07-19

Spanish premier Casares Quiroga succeeded by Jose Giral

1936-09-04

Largo Caballero becomes Spanish premier

1937-05-17

Juan Negrin succeeds Largo Caballero as Spain's premier

1937-06-01

Prince Konoye becomes Japanese premier

1937-06-04

Leon Blum becomes premier of People's front government of France

1937-07-22

Irish premier Eamon de Valera wins elections

1937-11-23

Emile Janson becomes Belgian premier

1938-07-30

Gen Metaxas names himself premier of Greece

1938-09-17

British premier Neville Chamberlain leaves Munich

1938-09-23

British premier Neville Chamberlain flies to Munich

1938-09-28

Dutch Premier Colijn sends radio message "No war coming"

1938-10-10

Premier of Dmitri Shostakovitch's 1st String Quartet

1939-01-13

Belgian premier signs Burgos-treaty for trade relations with Franco

1939-08-22

Premier De Geer recalls Dutch holidaymakers in Black Forest

1940-01-23

Pianist Ignaz Paderewski becomes premier of Polish government in exile

1940-03-20

Paul Reynoud becomes French premier

1940-05-16

British Premier Winston Churchill returns to London from Paris

1940-05-22

Dutch Premier De Geer begins working with nazis

1940-05-22

UK Premier Winston Churchill flies to Paris to decide with General Maxime Weygand a strategy to save the city

1940-05-31

Premier Winston Churchill flies to Paris to meet with Marshal August Pétain who announces he is willing to make a seperate peace with Germany

1940-06-11

British Premier Winston Churchill flies to Orleans

1940-07-03

ARP-leader/ex-premier Colijn argues cooperation with Germany

1940-08-14

Dutch Premier De Geer vacations in Switzerland

1940-08-23

Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands dismisses premier De Geer

1940-09-04

Gerbrandy becomes premier of Dutch government in exile

1941-02-04

Former Dutch premier De Geer flies to Berlin

1941-02-05

Dutch Premier De Geer returns from Lisbon to Netherlands

1941-05-06

Joseph Stalin became premier of Russia

1941-11-11

Czech premier general Eliasj arrested by Nazis

1941-11-15

Yugoslav government in exile names Draza Mihailovic premier

1941-12-14

Premier Winston Churchill travels to US on board HMS Duke of York

1942-01-04

Premier Churchill & General Marshall fly to Florida

1942-06-21

President Roosevelt/premier Churchill arrives in Washington, DC

1942-06-25

British premier Winston Churchill travels from US to London

1942-08-04

British premier Winston Churchill arrives in Cairo

1942-08-12

British premier Churchill arrives in Moscow, meets Stalin

1942-08-16

British Premier Winston Churchill travels back to Cairo from Moscow

1942-08-23

British Premier Winston Churchill flies back to London from Cairo

1942-11-09

German occupiers put Erik Scavenius as Danish premier

1943-01-13

British premier Winston Churchill arrives in Casablanca

1943-02-01

German occupiers make Vidkun Quisling Norwegian premier

1943-02-16

British premier Winston Churchill gets pneumonia

1943-05-12

British premier Winston Churchill arrives in USA

1943-05-26

Premier Churchill & General Marshall fly from US to North Africa

1943-07-07

-10] Japanese premier Hideki Tojo visits Java

1943-07-25

Benito Mussolini dismissed as Italian Premier and arrested on authority King Victor Emmanuel II

1943-08-04

British premier Churchill travels on the Queen Mary to Canada

1943-10-14

Japan declares Philippine Independence (premier/pres Jose Laurel)

1944-07-10

"Father of Medicare" Tommy Douglas becomes the 7th Premier of Saskatchewan

1944-07-21

British premier Winston Churchill flies to France, meets Montgomery

1944-07-21

General Koiso becomes premier of Japan

1944-08-11

British premier Winston Churchill arrives in Italy

1944-08-14

British premier Winston Churchill arrives at Corsica

1944-08-23

King Michael of Romania ordered his forces to cease fire against Allies & dismissed the pro-Axis premier, Marshal Ion Antonescu

1944-09-05

British premier Churchill travels to Scotland

1944-09-17

British Premier Winston Churchill travels to US

1944-10-16

Hungary: Horthy government falls/nazi count Szalasi becomes premier

1944-12-27

Greece: British premier Winston Churchill flies back to London

1945-01-03

British Premier Winston Churchill visits France

1945-01-23

Dutch Premier Gerbrandy, exiled in London, offers his resignation

1945-02-05

British premier Churchill arrives in Yalta, the Crimea

1945-02-24

Egyptian Premier Ahmed Maher Pasha is killed in Parliament after reading a decree.

1945-03-23

Premier Churchill visits Montgomery's headquarter in Straelen

1945-03-26

British premier Winston Churchill looks over at the Rhine (near Ginsberg)

1945-03-27

British premier Churchill sails to eastern banks of Rhine

1945-05-05

Premier Gerbrandy on Radio Orange tells Dutch they are liberated

1945-07-28

Japanese premier Suzuki disregards US ultimatum to surrender

1946-02-08

Premier Salazar of Portugal forbids opposition parties

1946-03-15

British premier Attlee agrees with India's right to independence

1946-04-13

Belgian premier Acker proclaims wage & price freeze over

1946-05-26

Klement Gottwald becomes premier of Czechoslovakia

1946-06-24

Georges Bidault elected premier of France

1946-11-21

Georgi Dimitrov elected premier of Bulgaria

1946-12-13

Leon Blum elected French premier

1947-06-02

Hungarian premier Ferenc Nagy resigns

1947-08-29

Constantine Tsaldaris succeeds Maximos as Greece premier

1948-02-11

John Costello follows Eamon Da Valera as premier of Ireland

1948-02-25

Communists seize Czechoslovakia/C Gottwald becomes premier

1948-11-12

Japanese premier Hideki Tojo sentenced to death by war crimes tribunal

1949-06-10

Istvan Dobi becomes Hungarian premier

1949-07-20

Vasil Kolarov elected premier of Bulgaria

1949-10-07

German Democratic Republic formed from Russian occupation zone (National Day). Wilhelm Pieck becomes 1st president, Otto Greatwohl becomes 1st premier

1949-12-16

Sukarno becomes President of Indonesia, Mohammed Hatta Premier

1950-06-08

Jean Duvieusart becomes Belgian premier

1950-08-15

Joseph Pholien becomes Belgian premier

1950-09-15

East German premier Grotewohl pleads for German reunification

1951-04-27

Mohammed Mossadeq chosen premier of Persia

1952-05-13

Pandit Nehru becomes premier of India

1952-06-03

Romanian premier Petru Groza chosen president

1952-07-17

Shah of Persia named Ghavam Sultaneh premier

1952-07-21

Premier Ghavam es-Sultaneh of Persia, resigns

1952-08-14

Mátyás Rákosi appointed premier of Hungary

1952-09-07

General Naguib forms Egyptian government/becomes premier

1953-01-16

Egyptian Premier Gen Naguib disbands all political parties

1953-05-28

Premier of 1st animated 3-D cartoon in Technicolor-"Melody"

1953-06-09

South African premier Malan visits Netherlands

1953-06-26

Russian vice-premier/interior minister Lavrentiy Pavlovich Beria arrested

1953-06-27

Joseph Laniel appointed French premier

1953-07-04

Imre Nagy succeeds Matyas Rákosi as premier of Hungary

1953-08-09

Premier Mohammed Abdullah of Kashmir fired

1953-08-20

General Fazlollah Zahedi arrests premier Mossadeq of Persia

1953-09-05

US give Persian premier Zahedi $45 million aid

1953-12-03

Premier of Dmitri Shostakovitch' 5th String Quartet

1954-02-25

Abdul Nasser appointed Egyptian premier

1954-04-21

Gregori Malenkov becomes premier of USSR

1954-06-02

John Costello (Cons) becomes premier of Ireland

1954-08-02

Tahar Ben Ammar appointed premier of Tunisia

1954-11-30

John Strydom succeeds Malan as premier of South Africa

1955-02-01

HC Hansen appointed premier of Denmark

1955-02-08

Malenkov resigns as USSR premier, Bulganin replaces him

1955-03-18

I Hatojama recognized as premier of Japan

1955-05-28

Henry Bolte becomes Premier of the state of Victoria.

1955-06-07

India premier Nehru visit USSR

1955-10-02

Chiva Stoica becomes premier of Romania

1956-02-06

French premier Guy Mollet pelted with tomatoes in Algiers

1956-02-09

R Lacoste follows Catroux as premier of Algeria

1956-04-03

Bulgarian vice premier Traitsjo Kostov rehabilitated

1956-04-17

Bulgaria premier Tchervenkov resigns

1956-04-27

Burma Premier U Nu's Volksliga voor Vrijheid loses election

1956-07-01

Ibrahim Hashiroe succeeds Said el-Moefti as premier of Jordan

1957-01-09

British premier Anthony Eden resigns

1957-07-08

Irish premier Eamon de Valera arrests Sinn-Fein leaders

1957-09-16

Coup in Thailand (Premier Songgram deposed)

1957-10-17

II Tsjoendrigar becomes premier of Pakistan

1957-11-06

Felix Gaillard becomes premier of France

1958-01-27

Ferenc Munnich succeeds Kadar as premier of Hungary

1958-02-08

Edgar Whitehead succeeds Garfield Todd as premier of South Rhodesia

1958-03-03

Nuri ash Said becomes premier of Iraq

1958-03-27

Nikita Khrushchev becomes Soviet Premier as well as First Secretary of the Communist Party

1958-06-01

Charles de Gaulle elected premier of France

1958-06-04

French premier Charles de Gaulle arrives in Algiers

1958-06-06

Premier Charles de Gaulle says Algeria will always be French

1958-06-17

Radio Moscow reports execution of Hungarian ex-premier Imre Nagy

1958-06-26

Gaston Eyskens becomes premier of Belgium

1958-07-05

J Pengel forms government/Emanuels premier of Suriname

1958-07-10

Ex-king Norodom Sihanoek appointed premier of Cambodia

1958-12-12

Dutch social democratic party-ministers/premier Drees dismissed

1959-02-13

Miro Cardon, premier of Cuba, resigns

1959-02-16

Fidel Castro names himself Cuba's premier after overthrowing Batista

1959-04-16

Datu Abdul Rozak inaugurated as premier of Malaysia federation

1959-05-19

Jan de Quay becomes premier of Netherlands

1959-06-03

Eisenhower routes Canadian premier Diefenbaker message off the Moon

1959-09-12

Janos Kádár becomes premier of Hungary

1959-09-15

Soviet Premier Khrushchev arrives in US to begin a 13-day visit

1959-10-24

US premier of D Sjostakovitch's 1st Cello concert

1960-01-19

Eisenhower & Premier Kishi sign US-Japanese Security pact

1960-02-26

Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev voices support for Indonesia

1960-04-01

U Nu elected premier of Burma

1960-04-09

South African premier Verwoerd wounded in battle

1960-07-18

Premier Kishi of Japan resigns

1960-07-20

Sirima Bandaranaike becomes 1st female premier of Ceylon

1960-08-25

Demonstrations against premier Lumumba

1960-08-29

Jordan premier Hazza-el-Madjali deadly injured at bomb attack

1960-09-05

President Kasavubu fires premier Lumumba of Congo

1961-02-09

Joseph Ileo appointed premier of Congo

1961-03-31

Aklilou Habtewold becomes 1st premier of Ethiopia

1961-04-25

Premier Moise Tsjombe of Katanga arrested in Congo

1961-04-30

Premier Fidel Castro of Cuba receives Lenin-Peace Prize

1961-08-02

Cyrille Adula becomes premier of Congo

1961-08-07

Soviet premier Khrushchev predicts USSR economy will surpass US

1961-09-29

Mamum Kuzbari becomes premier of Syria

1961-11-04

Karamanlis becomes premier of Greece

1961-11-05

India's premier Nehru arrives in NY

1961-12-30

Moscow: premier of Dmitri Sjostakovitch' 4th Symphony (out 1936)

1962-03-12

Dutch Premier De Quay announces secret talks with Indonesia

1962-06-30

Premier Ben Khedda disbands Algerian Liberation Army fighters

1962-10-22

JFK receives Ugandan premier Milton Obote

1962-11-19

Todor Zjivkov becomes premier of Bulgaria

1963-04-01

Soap operas "General Hospital" & "Doctors" premier on TV

1963-04-27

Cuban premier Fidel Castro arrives in Moscow

1963-09-22

Czechoslovakian premier Široký deposed by Josef Lenart

1963-10-09

British premier Harold MacMillan resigns

1964-01-22

Kenneth Kaunda becomes premier of Northern Rhodesia (Zambia)

1964-04-13

Ian D Smith becomes premier of Rhodesia

1964-04-15

Ian Smith becomes premier of Rhodesia

1964-04-19

Rightist coup in Laos, Suvanna Phuma remains premier

1964-06-02

Lal Bahadur Sjastri elected premier of India

1964-07-10

Moise Tsjombe becomes premier of Congo

1964-09-24

Willi Stoph succeeds Otto Great as premier of German DR

1964-10-14

Leonid Brezhnev & Alexei Kosygin replace Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev

1964-10-30

Tran Van Huong appointed premier of South Vietnam

1964-11-09

Eisaku Sato becomes premier of Japan

1964-11-15

Sudan Premier Ibrahim Abbud resigns

1964-12-28

Premier of Dmitri Sjostakovitch' Stefan Rasin

1965-01-21

Persians premier Ali Mansoer injured

1965-06-12

South Vietnam Gen Nguyen Cao Ky succeeds Phan Huy Quat as premier

1965-06-25

Gyula Kallai succeeds Janos Kádár as premier of Hungary

1965-07-15

Athanassiades Novas succeeds Papandreo as premier of Greece

1966-02-23

Premier Obote grabs power in Uganda

1966-09-13

Johannes Balthazar Vorster sworn in as premier of South Africa

1966-11-10

Jack Lynch becomes Irish premier (Taoiseach)

1967-03-13

Congo sentences ex-premier Moise Tsjombe to death

1967-04-06

Premier Georges Pompidou forms new French government

1967-04-21

Military coup in Greece, Konstantinos Kollias becomes premier

1967-07-27

Arabs Federation premier Hoesein Al Bayoomi resigns

1967-09-23

Greek Colonels' regime frees ex-premier Georgios Papandreou

1968-09-26

Marcelo Caetano elected premier of Portugal

1968-11-03

Ex-premier Papandreou buried. 300,000 demonstrate against fascist junta

1969-09-08

Suleiman Maghrabi appointed premier of Libya

1970-01-16

Col Kadhaffi becomes premier of Libya

1970-01-28

Lubomír Strougal succeeds Cernik as premier of Czechoslovakia

1970-03-19

W German chancellor & E German premier meet

1970-05-04

Premier Kosygin affirms existence Russian military advisors in Egypt

1970-09-23

Abdul Razak bin Hussain becomes premier of Malaysia

1971-03-12

Syrian premier Hafez Assad elected president

1971-06-09

Abdul Zahir appointed premier of Afghanistan

1971-07-22

Sudanese military counter-coup under premier Numeiry

1971-09-13

Nikita Khrushchev, Soviet premier, buried in Moscow

1972-01-11

Abu Sayeed Chudhury becomes president & sheik Mujib ur-Rahman premier

1972-02-18

Giulio Andreotti sworn in as premier of Italy

1972-02-22

President Nixon, meets with Chinese Premier Chou En-Lai in Beijing

1972-02-27

Pres Nixon & Chinese Premier Chou En-lai issued Shanghai Communique

1972-03-10

Gen Lon Nol becomes pres & prince Sirik Matak premier of Cambodia

1972-07-05

Pierre Messmer appointed French premier

1972-08-03

British premier Edward Heath proclaims emergency crisis due to dock strike

1973-06-08

Admiral Luis Carrero Blanco appointed premier of Spain

1973-11-04

Thousands commemorate former Greek premier Georgios Papandreou

1973-11-19

Elections in Suriname, premier Sedney's PNP doesn't win a chair

1974-01-03

Arias Navarro succeeds Carrero Blanco as premier of Spain

1974-03-04

Harold Wilson replaces resigning Edward Heath as British premier

1974-12-23

Leningrad: premier of Dmitri Sjotakovitsj' Michelangelo-liederen

1975-01-25

Bangladeshi parliament disposes of premier sheik Mujib ur-Rahman

1975-07-08

Israeli premier Yitzhak Rabin visits West-Germany

1975-09-05

Portugal premier Goncalvez resigns

1976-02-08

Hua Guofeng becomes premier of China PR

1976-03-16

British premier Harold Wilson resigns

1976-04-02

Cambodia Khieu Sampan succeeds Prince Sihanouk as Premier

1976-04-07

Chinese Politburo fires vice-premier Deng Xiaoping

1976-07-03

Adolfo Suarez becomes premier of Spain

1976-07-27

Japanese ex-premier Tanaka arrested (Lockheed Affair)

1976-07-30

Giulio Andreotti sworn in as premier of Italy

1976-12-15

Jamaica premier Manley wins elections

1976-12-25

Takeo Fukuda becomes Japanese premier

1977-03-20

Premier Indira Gandhi loses election in India

1977-04-08

Israeli premier Rabin resigns

1977-04-22

Simon Peres becomes premier of Israel

1977-07-03

Turkey: premier Ecevit goes off

1977-07-21

Sri Lanka premier Bandaranaike loses election

1977-12-08

Portugal's premier Soares resigns

1977-12-18

Dutch Antilles: premier Boy Rozendal points independence off

1978-03-16

Red Brigade kidnaps former premier Aldo Moro in Italy, 5 killed

1978-03-18

Pakistani former premier Ali Bhutto sentenced to death

1978-05-09

Corpse of kidnapped ex-premier Aldo Moro found

1978-07-27

Portuguese pres Eanes fires premier Soares

1978-08-28

Ja'afar Sharif-Emami appointed premier of Iran

1978-09-28

Pieter Botha succeeds Vorster as premier of South Africa

1978-12-31

Iran shah names Chapour Bakhtiar premier

1979-01-29

Chinese vice-premier Deng Xiaoping visits Washington, DC

1979-02-06

Supreme court of Lahore affirms death sentence against premier Bhutto

1979-02-11

Iran's premier Bakhtiar resigns, Ayatollah Khomeini seizes power

1979-04-05

Ex-premier Pol Jar flees out of Cambodia

1979-04-13

Yusuf Lule becomes premier of Uganda

1979-06-01

Rhodesian bishop Able Muzorewa becomes premier

1979-07-15

Morarji Desai resigns as premier of India

1979-07-16

Premier/pres al-Bakr of Iraq is succeeded by Saddam Hussein

1979-08-20

India premier Charan Singh resigns

1979-10-15

Chinese premier Hwa Kwofeng visits Paris

1979-12-05

Ireland premier Jack Lynch resigns

1980-01-01

Premier Adbou Diouf becomes president of Senegal

1980-02-04

Bani Sadr sworn in as premier of Iran

1980-04-01

Failed assassination attempt on Iraqi vice-premier Tariq Aziz

1980-07-17

Zenko Suzuki becomes premier of Japan

1980-07-18

Failed attack on Iran ex-premier Bakhtiar in Neuilly, France

1980-08-11

Mohammed Ali Radjai appointed premier of Iran

1980-08-24

Jozef Pinkovski replaces Poland premier Babiuch

1980-11-14

Guinee-Bissau premier Vieira fires president Luis Cabral

1980-12-15

Premier Queddei troops conquers Chad capital N'djamena

1981-02-03

Gro Harlem Brundtland elected premier of Norway

1981-02-11

Polish premier Jozef Pinkowski replaced by Wojciech Jaruzelski

1981-02-25

L Calvo Sotelo elected premier of Spain

1981-05-15

2nd City TV's (SCTV) network premier (NBC)

1981-07-05

Premier Begin's Likud party wins Israeli elections

1981-08-01

Poland premier Jagielski resigns

1981-09-07

Judge Wapner & People's Court premier on TV

1982-02-04

Suriname premier Chin A Sen flees

1982-11-04

Ruud Lubbers becomes Dutch premier

1982-11-24

Yasuhiro Nakasone succeeds Zenko Suzuki as premier of Japan

1983-08-04

Bettino Craxi sworn in as premier of Italy

1983-09-15

Israel premier Begin resigns

1983-09-26

Lebanon premier Chafiq Wazzan offers to resigns

1983-10-14

Grenada leftist coup under vice-premier Coard

1984-06-17

John Turner succeeds Pierre Trudeau as premier of Canada

1984-07-17

Pierre Mauroy resigns as premier of France

1984-12-19

China PR Premier Zhao Ziyang & British PM Margaret Thatcher sign Hong Kong Treaty

1985-07-05

Premier Robert Mugabe wins Zimbabwe elections

1985-09-22

France premier confesses on attack of Rainbow Warrior

1985-10-13

Belgium premier Martens CVP wins parliamentary election

1986-01-19

Israeli premier Simon Peres visits Netherlands

1986-01-20

Milt coup in Lesotho under gen-mjr Lekhanya & premier Leabua Jonathan

1986-01-24

South Yemen Premier Haydar Bakr al-Attas becomes interim-president

1986-06-22

Spain's premier Gonzalez' Socialist Party wins elections

1986-06-25

Former Belgium premier Vanden Boeynants sentenced for fraud

1986-07-06

Premier Nakasones Liberal Democr Party wins Japan's election

1986-07-23

King Hassan II meets with Israeli premier Simon Peres

1986-09-11

Pres Mubarak receives Israeli premier Peres

1987-04-29

Japan's premier Nakasone visits the US

1987-11-07

Tunisian premier Zine al-Abidine fires president Habib Bourguiba

1987-11-24

Li Peng succeeds premier Zhao Ziyang in China PR

1987-12-30

Premier Mugabe elected president of Zimbabwe

1988-06-15

Turkish premier Özal meets Greek premier Papandreou in Athens

1988-12-20

Premier Ranasinghe Premadasa elected pres of Sri Lanka

1989-01-14

Former Belgian premier Paul Vanden Boeynants kidnapped

1989-02-13

Kidnapped Belgian Premier Vanden Boeynants freed

1989-10-16

Bikenibau Paeniu installed as premier of Tuvalu

1989-10-16

Jan Syse becomes premier of Norway

1989-11-23

Xenophobia Zolotas sworn in as premier of Greece

1989-12-20

Premier Lubbers sees CDA-party leader Elco Brinkman as successor

1990-03-13

Nicholoas Braithwaite elected premier of Grenada

1990-11-03

Gro Harlem Brundtland installed as premier of Norway

1990-11-26

Premier Mazowiecki of Poland resigns

1991-01-04

Jan Krzystof Bielecki becomes premier of Poland

1991-01-14

Valentin Pavlov become new premier of USSR

1991-02-23

Military coup in Thailand, Premier Choonhaven arrested

1991-05-15

Edith Cresson becomes France's 1st female premier

1991-05-15

Nepal premier Bhattarai resigns

1991-05-22

Roh Jai Bong resigns as premier of South Korea

1991-06-21

Jirg Haider resigns as premier of Karinthia

1991-11-05

Kiichi Miyazawa elected premier of Japan

1991-12-17

Patrick Manning becomes premier of Trinidad & Tobago

1991-12-20

Paul Keating installed as premier of Australia

1992-04-02

Edith Cresson, France's 1st female premier, resigns

1992-04-04

Sali Berisha becomes president/Alexander Meksi premier of Albania

1993-02-16

Western Australia's and Australia's first woman Premier, Carmen Lawrence, is voted out of office.

1993-03-30

Jamaican premier Percival Patterson wins parliamentary election

1993-05-10

Premier Lubbers opens Terminal West on Schiphol

1993-05-20

Ukraine Premier Leonid Koetsjma (Kuchma) resigns

1993-06-08

Premier Marc Bazin of Haiti resigns

1993-06-14

Tansu Ciller appointed 1st female premier of Turkey

1993-08-28

Singapore vice-premier Teng Cheong elected president

1993-09-09

Ukraine premier Leonid Koetsjma, (Kuchma) resigns

1993-11-25

Failed bomb attack on Egyptian premier Atef Sedki, 1 dead

1993-12-09

Ivory Coast Premier Ouattara resigns

1993-12-15

Haitian premier Robert Malval resigns

1993-12-15

British premier Major/Irish premier Reynolds signs Downing Street Declaration concerning Northern Ireland self determination

1994-02-16

Premier Alfonso Bustamente ends government in Peru

1994-04-08

Japans premier Morihiro Hosokawa resigns

1994-04-25

Tsutomu Hata elected premier of Japan

1994-06-25

Japanese premier Tsutomu Hata resigns

1994-06-29

Socialist, Tomiichi Murayama, elected premier of Japan

1994-07-10

Nepal premier Girija Prasadkoirala resigns

1994-07-15

Gyula Horn sworn in as premier of Hungary

1994-07-29

Corrupt Italian ex-premier Craxi gets 8½ year jail sentenced

1994-08-17

Lesotho King Letsie II dismisses premier Ntsu Mokhehle

1994-10-07

Faud Guliyev appointed premier of Azerbijan

1994-11-30

Man Mohan Adhikary sworn in as 1st communist premier of Nepal

1994-12-15

John Bruton becomes Ireland's premier

1995-01-19

Jean-Claude Juncker (28) sworn in as premier of Luxembourg

1995-02-15

Burundi premier Anatole Kanyenkiko resigns

1995-02-23

Antoine Nduwayo appointed Premier of Burundi

1995-03-01

Jozef Oleksy succeeds Waldemar Pawlak on as premier of Poland

1995-03-01

Ukraine premier Vitaly Massol, resigns

1997-08-07

Ung Huot appointed Cambodia's 1st premier

1999-03-05

Paul Okalik is elected first Premier of Nunavut.

1999-06-22

Former Mpumalanga premier, Ndaweni Mahlangu causes a storm within political circles with his now infamous statement, "It is acceptable for politicians to lie", South Africa

2003-07-27

A group of 321 Filipino armed soldiers called "Magdalo" took over the Oakwood Premier Ayala Center in Makati City to show the Filipino people the alleged corruption of the Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo administration

2005-04-06

Kurdish leader Jalal Talabani becomes the Iraqi president; Shiite Arab Ibrahim al-Jaafari is named premier the next day.

2012-04-30

Manchester City defeat Manchester United 1-0 in what is claimed to be the biggest match in the English Premier League's history

2012-05-13

Manchester City win the English Premier League for the first time

2012-07-20

12 people are killed and 59 injured after a gunman opens fire at a Dark Knight movie premier in Aurora, Colorado,

2012-09-04

Pauline Marois becomes the first female premier of Quebec

2012-10-26

China blocks the New York Times from searches and social media in response to an investigation into Premier Wen Jiabao

2013-04-22

Manchester United defeat Aston Villa to claim the 2012/2013 English Premier League

2013-05-26

The Mumbai Indians defeat the Chennai Super Kings to win the Indian 20/20 Premier League

2014-06-01

Kolkata Knight Riders win the Indian Premier League cricket championship

2016-05-03

Leicester City Completes Rise by Clinching Premier League Title

2016-12-27

Chelsea Wins Its 12th Straight Premier League Game

2017-03-05

Premier Li says China will resolutely oppose Taiwan independence

2018-03-18

China's Premier Li re-elected by parliament to premiership

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Premier - Notable Birthdays

Ignacy Jan PaderewskiNov 18, 1860

J. B. M. HertzogApr 3, 1866

LeninApr 22, 1870

Joseph StalinDec 18, 1878

Jomo KenyattaOct 20, 1891

Zhou EnlaiMar 5, 1898

Kwame NkrumahSep 21, 1909

Norodom SihanoukOct 31, 1922

Premier - Birthdays
Date Event
1520-09-13

William Cecil 1st baron Burghley, English premier

1585-09-09

Armand-Jean du Plessicide de Richelieu, premier of France (1624-42)

1587-01-06

Gaspar de Guzman, Count of Olivares, Premier of Spain (1621-43)

1661-12-05

Robert Haley, earl of Oxford/English premier (Whig, 1710-14)

1713-05-25

John Stuart, 3rd earl of Bute, English premier (1760-63)

1734-01-01

John F E Acton, cruel premier of Naples

1735-09-28

August Henry Fitzroy, 3rd duke of Grafton/English premier

1763-06-13

Jose B de Andrada e Silva, premier of Brazil

1792-09-14

Gino Capponi, Italian marquis/literary/premier of Toscane

1798-01-14

Johan R Thorbecke, Premier of Netherlands (Lib-1849..72)

1805-02-03

Otto T Freiherr von Manteuffel, premier Prussia

1806-02-14

Lajos, Count Batthy ny, revolutionary premier of Hungary (1848-49)

1811-11-24

Ditler G Monrad, Danish theologist/bishop/premier (1863- )

1812-02-29

Sir James Wilson, Premier of Tasmania (d. 1880, also on 29 February)

1813-01-04

Alexander Freiherr von Bach, Austria attorney/premier (1852-59)

1815-05-27

Henry Parkes, British journalist/premier of Australia

1818-01-17

Antoine Dorion, (L) joint premier of Canada (1858, 1863-64)

1818-10-04

Francesco Crispi, Italian minister of War/premier

1819-01-09

James Francis, Premier of Victoria (d. 1884)

1821-06-02

Ion Bratianu, (Lib), premier of Romania (1876-88)

1821-06-13

Albert, duc de Broglie, France, premier (1873-74, 1977)

1822-03-22

Isaac D Fransen van de Putte, Dutch premier (1866)

1823-03-03

Guyla Andressy Sr, premier of Hungary (1867-71)

1829-07-26

August Beernaert, Belgian premier (1884-94) (Nobel-1909)

1831-02-24

Georg Leo earl von Caprivi, German chancellor/premier of Prussia

1832-01-07

James Munro, Premier of Victoria (d. 1908)

1832-01-09

Félix-Gabriel Marchand, journalist, author and politician, Premier of Quebec (d. 1900)

1833-02-24

Eduard earl von Taaffe, Austrian premier (1868..93)

1837-10-29

Abraham Kuyper, clergyman/Dutch premier (AR, 1908-12)

1838-04-03

Leon Michel Gambetta, French attorney/premier (1881-82)

1838-12-31

Emile Loubet, premier/president of France (1892, 1899-1906)

1839-02-07

Nicolaas G Pierson, Dutch banker/Suriname premier (1897-1901)

1839-03-27

John Ballance, Glenavy, Ulster, Ireland, 14th Premier of New Zealand and the founder of the Liberal Party

1840-10-15

Honoré Mercier, politician and premier of Quebec (d. 1894)

1842-10-27

Giovanni Giolitti, 5x premier of Italy (1892..1921)

1843-03-18

Jules HPFX Vandenpeereboom, premier of Belgium (1899)

1846-01-01

Nikola Pasic, Serbian nationalist/premier (1891..1926)

1846-05-14

Pieter W A Cort van de Linden, Dutch premier (1913-18)

1846-12-02

Pierre M Waldeck-Rousseau, French Min of Foreign affairs/premier

1849-06-29

Sergei J Witte, Neth/Russ count/premier Russia

1851-05-29

Leon VA Bourgeois, French premier (1895-96, Nobel 1920)

1851-08-19

Frans Schollaert, Belgian premier (1908-11)

1851-12-16

Theodoor H de Meester, Dutch premier (1905-08)

1852-07-20

Theodorus Heemskerk Jzn, lawyer/Dutch premier (AR, 1908-13) [or 1/20]=

1854-07-31

Jose Canalejas contributes Mendez, premier of Spain (1910-12)

1856-11-29

Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg, German Chancellor/premier Prussia

1857-02-21

Jules de Trooz, baron/premier of Belgium (1907)

1859-01-15

Archibald Peake, Premier of South Australia (d. 1920)

1860-05-19

Victor E Orlando, Italy's premier (1917-19)

1860-11-18

Ignacy Jan Paderewski, composer/1st premier of Poland (1919-20)

1862-03-28

Aristide Briand, France, 11x premier (1909-22) (Nobel 1926)

1862-04-14

Pyotr A Stolypin, premier Russia (1906-11)

1862-12-03

Jules Renkin, Belgian jurist/minister/premier (1931-32)

1863-01-15

Wilhelm Marx, premier (Prussia)

1863-08-01

Gaston Doumergue, premier/pres of France (1913..34)

1863-11-08

René [Raphael] Viviani, French historian/social premier (1914-15)

1863-12-15

Paul [Prudent] Painlevé, French mathematician/minister/premier [NS]

1864-08-23

Eleftherios K Venizalos, premier of Greece (1910-15, 28-32)

1866-04-03

J. B. M. Hertzog [Barry Hertzog], Cape Colony, South African General/Premier (1914-39)

1867-03-05

Louis-Alexandre Taschereau, Premier of Quebec (d. 1952)

1867-05-14

Kurt Eisner, German premier of revolutionary Bavaria (1918-19)

1868-01-15

Noach Zjordanija, Georgian veterinarian/premier (1918-21)

1869-01-31

Henri Carton de Wiart, Belgian Count/literary/premier (1920-21)

1869-06-22

Hendrikus Colijn, Dutch premier (AR 1933-39)

1870-04-22

Nikolai Lenin, [Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov], Bolshevik/USSR revolutionist and Premier of Russia

1870-07-28

Henri Jaspar, premier of Belgium (1927-31)

1870-12-14

Dirk J de Geer, Dutch premier (1926-29, 39-40)

1871-05-26

Camille Huysmans, Belgian premier (1946-47)

1872-04-09

Leon Blum, French premier (People's front government)

1873-12-01

Charles JM Ruys de Beerenbrouck, premier of Neth (1918-25, 29-33)

1874-05-22

Daniel F Malan, premier of South-Africa (1948-54)

1877-07-06

Niceto A Zamora y Torres, premier/president of Spain (1931-36)

1878-10-15

Paul Reynaud, premier France (May-June 1940)

1878-12-18

Joseph Stalin [Josef], Gori, Russian Empire, Premier of the Soviet Union (1941-1953), (d. 1953)

1879-07-09

Friedrich Adler, Austria social-democrat/murderer of premier Storgkh

1879-11-01

Pal Teleki-von Szek, geographer/premier Hungary (1920-21, 39-41)

1881-04-03

Alcide de Gasperi, Italian premier (1945..53)

1881-05-04

Aleksandr F Kerenski, Russian premier (1917-Prelude to Bolshevism)

1881-05-20

Wladyslaw Sikorski, premier Poland (WW II general)

1882-01-31

Josephus RH van Schaik, Dutch lawyer/vice-premier

1882-06-14

Ion Antonescu, fascist premier/dictator of Roemenia

1882-06-18

Georgi Dimitrov, Bulgaria premier (1946-49) [or 6/28]

1883-11-14

Nikolaos Plastiras, Greek premier (1945, 50, 51-52)

1883-12-23

Hubert M E Pierlot, Belgian advocate/premier (1939-45)

1884-02-27

Alexandre Arnoux, Premier de cordée

1884-05-05

Wang Tjing-Wei, premier China (1932-35)

1884-05-28

Edvard Benes, premier/president of Czechoslovakia (1921-22, 35-48)

1884-06-18

Edouard Daladier, premier France (1933..40)

1884-12-28

Joseph Pholien, Belgian premier (1950-52)/communist hunter

1885-02-01

Camille Chautemps, premier France

1885-04-13

Pieter S Gerbrandy, Dutch lawyer/premier in London (1940-45)

1886-06-29

Robert Schuman, French premier

1887-07-18

Vidkun Al Quisling, Norwegian minister of Defense/premier (1942-45)

1888-02-13

Georgios Papandreou, Greek prefect of Lesbos/minister/premier

1889-02-03

Risto Ryti, Finnish premier/president

1889-04-28

Antonio de Oliveira Salazar, premier/dictator Portugal (1932-68)

1890-04-20

Maurice Duplessis, premier of Québec, known as "Le Chef" (d. 1959)

1891-01-04

Edward Brooker, Premier of Tasmania (d. 1948)

1891-02-02

Antonio Segni, premier/president (Italy)

1891-10-20

Jomo Kenyatta, Gatundu Kenya, Kenyan leader and 1st Premier (1963-78)

1891-12-30

Antoine Pinay, French premier (1952)/minister of Foreign affairs

1892-03-08

Mátyás Rákosi, Hungarian party leader/premier (1952-53)

1892-09-24

Adélard Godbout, premier of Québec (d. 1956)

1893-06-04

Armand Calinescu, premier of Romania

1893-07-14

John G Strijdom, premier of South-Africa (1954-58)

1894-11-17

Sophocles Venizelos, premier of Greece (1944, 50-51)

1894-12-17

Willem Schermerhorn, Neth premier (1945-46)

1895-06-11

Nikolai A Bulganin, Gorki Russia, premier of USSR (1955-58)

1895-10-01

Liaquat Al Khan, attorney/premier of Pakistan (1947-51)

1896-02-29

Ranchhodji Morarji Desai, premier of India (1977-79)

1896-11-13

Nobusuke Kishi, premier of Japan (1957-60)

1896-11-23

Klement Gottwald, premier/president of Czechoslovakia (1946-53)

1896-12-21

Constantine Rokossovski, Russian marshal/vice-premier of Poland

1898-03-05

Zhou Enlai, Premier of the People's Republic of China (d. 1976)

1898-04-08

Achiel H Acker, Belgian premier (1945-46, 1954-58)

1899-01-02

Paul-Henri Spaak, Belgium, premier/sec-gen of NATO (1957-61)

1899-01-08

Solomon WRD Bandaranaike, premier of Ceylon (1956-59)

1900-04-10

Jean Duvieusart, premier (Belgium 1950)

1900-09-03

Urho K Kekkonen, premier/president Finland (1956-81)

1900-10-26

Ibrahim Abbud, general/premier Sudan (1958-64)

1900-12-24

Joey Smallwood, Canadian politician, Premier of Newfoundland (d. 1991)

1901-01-05

Mario Scelba, premier Italy (1954-55)

1901-03-17

Eisaku Sato, premier of Japan (Nobel 1974)

1901-04-13

René-Jean Pleven, French premier (1950-52)

1901-06-13

Tage F Erlander, Swedish premier (1946-69)

1901-08-26

Jan de Quay, Dutch minister of war/premier (KVP, 1959-63)

1901-09-08

Hendrik F Verwoerd, premier South Africa (1958-66) (assassinated)

1901-10-07

Suvanna Phuma, premier of Laos

1902-04-12

Louis J M Beel, premier of Netherland (1946-48, 58-59)

1902-10-02

Leopold Figl, premier of Austria

1903-02-08

Abdulrahman, minister of Internal affairs/premier of Malaysia

1903-04-21

Hans Hedtoft, premier Denmark (1947..55)

1903-05-21

Ali Sastroamidjojo, Indonesian attorney/minister/premier (1953..7)

1904-02-20

Aleksei N Kosygin, Soviet premier (1964-80)

1904-10-02

Shi Lal Bahadur Shastri, India premier (1964-66)

1905-12-31

Guy Mollet, French socialist premier (1956-57)

1906-02-20

Roger Frison-Roche, Premier de cordée

1906-08-17

Marcello J das Neves Alves Caetano, premier of Portugal (1968-74)

1907-01-11

Pierre Mendès-France, French Premier (1954-55) (d. 1982)

1907-01-20

Roy Welensky, Premier (Rhodesia/Nyasaland 1956-63)

1907-01-24

Maurice Couve de Murville, France premier (1968-69)

1907-02-05

Pierre E J Pflimlin, premier France

1907-03-17

Jan M J van Houtte, premier Belgium (1952-54)

1907-05-14

Mohammed Ayub Khan, general/premier/president (Pakistan)

1907-10-27

Moises F da Costa Gomez, premier Dutch Antilles

1908-02-06

Amintore Fanfani, premier of Italy

1908-08-08

Chivu Stoica, premier of Romania (1955-61)

1909-03-05

Sutan Sjahrir, premier of Indonesia (1945-47)

1909-09-21

Kwame Nkrumah, communist/premier Gold Coast/president Ghana (1960-66)

1909-11-28

Aleksandar Rankovic, Yugoslavic partisan/vice-premier

1911-01-13

Johannes Bjelke-Petersen, premier (Queensland)

1911-07-10

Djuanda Kartawidjaja, premier of Indonesia

1911-07-21

Jozef Cyrankiewicz, premier Poland (1947..70)

1911-08-11

Thanom Kittikachorn, general/premier Thailand (1958..73)

1911-09-07

Todor C Zjivkov, Bulgaria partizan/premier/president

1912-03-27

James Callaghan, Labour's Last Premier: A Film Portrait of James Callaghan

1912-05-26

Janos Kádár, premier Hungary (1956-58)

1912-06-10

Jean Lesage, Premier of Quebec (d. 1980)

1912-07-01

Ahmad H al-Bakr, Iraqi fieldmarshal/president/premier

1913-04-03

Per Borten, Premier of Norway (d. 2005)

1914-01-10

Yu Kuo-hwa, former Premier of Taiwan (d. 2000)

1914-04-09

Robby Guichard, Titi premier, roi des gosses

1914-05-04

Abdel Karim Kassem, general/premier/dictator of Iraq (1958-63)

1914-07-18

Jozef MLT Cals, Dutch premier (KVP, Mammoth Law)

1914-09-15

Jens Otto Krag, premier of Denmark (1962-68, 71-72)

1915-03-04

Petrus de Jong, Dutch premier (KVP, 1967-71)

1915-06-16

Mariano Rumor, premier Italy

1916-01-20

Jopie [Johan A] Pengel, premier of Suriname (1963-69)

1916-01-31

Ciro D Crown, premier of Dutch Antilles (1968-69)

1916-06-20

Jean-Jacques Bertrand, premier of Quebec (d. 1973)

1916-09-21

Jagernath Lachmon, premier Suriname

1917-02-21

Victor G M Marijnen, Dutch premier (1963-65)

1917-10-20

Efrain Jonckheer, premier Dutch Antilles

1918-03-22

Cheddi B Jagan, dentist/founder PPP/Guyanese Premier (1953, 1957-64)

1918-05-27

Yasuhiro Nakasone, premier of Japan (1982-87)

1918-10-18

Konstantinos Mitsottakis, premier of Greece (1990- )

1919-01-14

Giulio Andreotti, 7 x premier (Italy), (d. 2013)

1919-02-05

Andrea George Papandreou, Greek premier (1981-89, 93- )

1919-03-08

Irène Corday, Premier de cordée

1919-04-08

[Douglas] Ian Smith, premier of Rhodesia (1964-..)

1919-05-22

Paul Vanden Boeynants, premier Belgium (1966-68, 1978-79)

1919-08-09

Joop [Johannes] den Uyl, Dutch Premier (PVDA, 1973-77)

1919-10-08

Kiichi Miyazawa, premier Japan (1991-93)

1919-11-10

Moise Tshombe, pres of Katanga, then premier of the Congo (Zaire)

1920-04-05

Barend Biesheuvel, Dutch premier (1971-73)

1920-12-13

Kaysone Phomvihane,/premier/president Laos (Pathet Lao) (1991-92)

1921-01-15

Roger Burckhardt, Le premier juré

1921-06-28

P V Narasimha Rao, premier of India (1991- )

1921-07-01

Seretse Khama, 1st premier/president of Botswana (Bechuanaland)

1921-09-25

Robert Muldoon, premier NZ (1975-84)/chairman (IMF)

1922-03-01

Yitzak Rabin, premier (Israel, 1992-95, Nobel 1994)

1922-03-11

Abdul Razak bin Hussain, premier of Malaysia (1970-77)

1922-03-22

Mujib ur-Rahman, Pakistan, sheik/premier

1922-07-13

Anchor Jorgenson, premier of Denmark (1972-82)

1922-08-24

René Lévesque, Premier of Quebec (d. 1987)

1922-10-31

Norodom Sihanouk, King/President/Premier of Cambodia (My War with the CIA), (d. 2012)

1923-02-20

Forbes Burnham, premier Guyana (1964-85)

1923-03-08

Juan M G "Wancho" Evertsz, premier of Dutch Antilles (NVP, 1973-77)

1925-04-14

Abel Muzorewa, bishop/premier (Rhodesia)

1925-07-02

Patrice E Lumumba, Zaire, revolutionary/1st premier of Congo

1925-10-21

Louis J. Robichaud, Canadian premier of New Brunswick (d. 2005)

1925-12-20

Datuk Seri Mahathir bin Mahamad, premier of Malaysia (1981- )

1927-04-17

Tadeusz Mazowiecki, premier of Poland (1989-90)

1927-08-01

Andre Cools, Belgium, minister of Budget/vice-premier

1928-01-27

Hans Modrow, a German politician, premier of East Germany

1928-07-04

Sylvius G M "Boy" Rozendal, premier (Netherland's Antilles)

1928-08-27

Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi, premier of Kwazulu (Shaka Zulu)

1929-09-28

Nikolay Ryzhkov, Premier of USSR (1985-1991)

1929-12-20

Milan Panic, premier of little Yugoslavia

1930-01-01

Gaafar Muhammad Nimeiry, premier/president (Sudan)

1930-09-08

Nguyen Cao Ky, Premier of South Vietnam

1930-10-02

Dave Barrett, Premier of British Columbia

1931-01-02

Toshiki Kaifu, premier of Japan (1989-91)

1931-02-02

Andreas "Andries" van Agt, Dutch premier (CDA, 1977-82)

1932-08-18

William R. Bennett, Premier of British Columbia

1933-07-14

Robert Bourassa, Montreal, premier of Quebec (1970-76, 1985- )

1933-09-25

Adolfo Suarez, premier of Spain (1976-81), (d. 2014)

1934-01-27

Edithe Cresson, premier of France (1991-92)

1934-02-24

Bettino Craxi, Italy's 1st socialist premier (1983-87)

1934-04-29

Pedro Pires, premier (Cape Verde, 1975-91)

1935-12-21

Edward Schreyer, Canadian politician, Premier of Manitoba

1936-04-12

Kennedy A Simmonds, premier (St Kitts & Nevis, 1983-95)

1936-04-19

Wilfried Martens, premier (Belgium, 1979-81, 1981-92), (d. 2013)

1937-03-09

Bernard Landry, Premier of Quebec from 2001-2003

1937-03-24

Erskine Sandiford, premier (Barbados, 1987-94)

1938-09-29

Wim Kok, NVV/FNV-chairman/Dutch soc-dem party-premier (1994- )

1939-04-20

Gro Harlem Brundtland, Norwegian premier (1981-82, 86-89, 90- )

1939-05-07

Rudolphus FM "Ruud" Lubbers, director Dutch/CDA-premier (1982-94)

1940-11-12

Ria Lubbers, wife of Dutch premier Ruud Lubbers

1941-05-02

Jules Wijdenbosch, premier Suriname

1941-05-20

Goh Chok Sole, premier of Singapore (1990- )

1941-08-20

Slobodan Milocevic, premier Serbia

1942-05-15

Doug Lowe, 35th Premier of Tasmania

1943-10-10

Earl of Stockton, English publisher/grandson of premier Macmillan

1943-12-28

David Peterson, Toronto, premier of Ontario Canada (L) (1982- )

1945-01-23

Mike Harris, Canadian politician, Premier of Ontario

1946-05-18

Frank Hsieh, former Premier of Taiwan

1947-02-27

Jean-Pierre Bonneau, Le premier combat

1948-04-25

Yu Shyi-kun, former Premier of Taiwan

1948-08-24

Yves Noël, Premier mai

1953-05-17

Nicholas Bacon, premier baronet of England

1954-10-21

Brian Tobin, Canadian premier of Newfoundland

1955-06-19

Dalton McGuinty, A Conversation with the Premier/The Future Brand of Liberal

1956-07-12

Sandi Patty, Oklahoma Rising: The Centenial Anthem Premier

1958-10-24

Nathalie Gadouas, Premier juillet, le film

1964-01-21

Stéphane Bourguignon, Le premier jour du reste de ma vie

1965-09-27

Bernard Lord, Premier of New Brunswick

1966-01-24

Brad Ruel, The Premier: Kehler and Ruel

1966-03-21

DJ Premier, Inside Man

1968-03-21

DJ Premier (Preemo), hip hop producer

1971-10-06

Alan Stubbs, Everton's Greatest Premier League XI

1980-03-07

Clémentine Beaugrand, Le premier venu

1981-01-15

Lucie Adalid, Premier voyage

1987-01-21

Anthony Riley, Blind Auditions Premier, Pt. 2

1988-06-09

Legacy Premier, Brand New Faces 12

1991-11-26

Ron Shimshilashvili, Movie Premier Portfel the Briefcase in Theaters

1999-01-19

Morgane Kerhousse, Premier suspect

Premier - Notable Weddings

Joseph StalinJul 28, 1906

Zhou EnlaiAug 8, 1925

Premier - Weddings
Date Event
1906-07-28

Soviet Union Premier Joseph Stalin (27) weds Ekaterina Svanidze (21) at St. David's Church in Tiflis

1925-08-08

China's Premier Zhou Enlai (27) weds Deng Yingchao (21) in Guangzhou

Premier - Notable Deaths

William Pitt SrMay 11, 1778

LeninJan 21, 1924

Neville ChamberlainNov 9, 1940

J. B. M. HertzogNov 21, 1942

Joseph StalinMar 5, 1953

Zhou EnlaiJan 8, 1976

Jomo KenyattaAug 22, 1978

Premier - Deaths
Date Event
1524-05-21

Thomas Howard 2nd duke of Norfolk, general/premier, dies at about 80

1553-08-22

John Dudley, English Lord Admiral/premier (1551-53), beheaded

1560-09-08

Amy Robsart, wife of English premier Robert Dudley, dies by accident

1598-08-04

William Cecil 1st baron Burghley, English premier, dies at 77

1645-07-22

Gaspar de Guzman, premier of Spain (1621-43), dies at 58

1661-03-08

Jules Mazarin, Italian cardinal/premier of France, dies at 58

1725-05-21

Robert Haley earl of Oxford, English Whig-premier (1710-4), dies at 63

1745-03-18

Robert Walpole, 1st English premier (1722-42), dies at 68 [NS=3/29]

1745-03-29

Robert Walpole, 1st British premier (1722-42), dies at 68

1763-01-02

John Casteret earl Granville, English premier, dies at 72

1770-11-13

George Grenville, British premier (1763-65)/Stamp Act, dies at 58

1778-05-11

William Pitt Sr, English premier (1756-61, 66-68), dies at 69

1792-03-10

John Stuart, 3rd earl of Bute/English premier (1760-63), dies at 78

1792-08-05

Frederick 7th baron North, English premier (1770-82), dies at 60

1811-03-14

August Henry Fitzroy, English premier (1768-70), dies at 75

1811-08-12

John FE Acton, cruel premier of Naples, dies at 77

1838-04-06

Jose B de Andrada e Silva, premier of Brazil (1822-23), dies at 74

1844-02-15

Henry Addington Lord Sidmouth, Brit premier (1801-04), dies at 86

1847-03-29

Auguste De Polignac, premier France, dies at 66

1867-01-11

Sir Stuart Donaldson, first Premier of the Colony of New South Wales (b. 1812)

1872-06-04

Johan R Thorbecke, literature/liberal premier, dies

1874-01-04

Thomas Gregson, Premier of Tasmania (b. 1798)

1876-02-03

Gino Capponi, Italian marquis/literary/premier of Toscane, dies at 83

1880-02-29

Sir James Wilson, Premier of Tasmania (b. 1812, also on 29 February)

1882-11-26

Otto T Freiherr von Manteuffel, premier of Prussia, dies

1882-12-31

Leon Michel Gambetta, French attorney/premier (1881-82), dies at 44

1887-01-17

William Giblin, Premier of Tasmania (b. 1840)

1887-03-28

Ditler G Monrad, Danish bishop/premier (1863-..), dies at 75

1889-05-15

Alfred Potocki, premier Austrian/governor/viceroy of Galicia, dies

1890-02-18

Guyla Andr ssy Sr, earl/premier of Hungary (1867-71), dies at 66

1893-04-27

John Ballance, 14th Premier of New Zealand and the founder of the Liberal Party, intestinal disease after a major surgical operation at 54

1893-11-12

Alexander Freiherr von Bach, premier of Austria (1852-59), dies at 80

1894-10-30

Honoré Mercier, politician, Premier of Quebec (b. 1840)

1895-11-29

Eduard count von Taaffe, Austria premier (1868..93), dies at 62

1900-09-25

Félix-Gabriel Marchand, premier of Québec (b. 1832)

1901-01-10

Sir James Dickson, Premier of Queensland, Australian Minister for Defence (b. 1832)

1901-08-11

Francesco Crispi, Italian minister of War/premier, dies at about 82

1902-03-03

Isaac D France van de Putte, Dutch premier (1866), dies at 79

1903-08-22

Robert A T G C Salisbury, British premier (1885..1902), dies at 73

1905-01-13

George Thorn, Premier of Queensland (b. 1838)

1905-06-13

Theodoros Delyannis, premier Greece, murdered

1906-01-01

Sir Hugh Nelson, Premier of Queensland (b. 1835)

1907-03-11

Nikola Petkow, premier (Bulgaria), murdered

1908-04-22

Henry Campbell-Bannerman, British premier (1905-08), dies

1909-01-17

Sir Francis Smith, Premier of Tasmania (b. 1819

1909-07-09

Kasimir Felix Badeni, Premier of Polish/Austria (1895-97), dies at 62

1910-02-20

Boetros Ghali, Egyptian premier, murdered

1911-09-18

Russian Premier Peter Stolypin (1906-11), shot and murdered at the Kiev Opera House aged 49

1912-10-06

August Beernaert, Belgian premier (1884-94, Nobel 1909), dies at 83

1912-11-11

Jose Canalejas Y Mendez, premier Spain, murdered

1912-11-12

Jose Canalejas bon Mendez, premier of Spain (1910-12), murdered at 58

1915-03-13

Sergei J Witte, Dutch count/premier of Russia, dies at 65

1915-09-10

Charles Boucher de Boucherville, Premier of Quebec (b. 1822)

1916-10-21

Karl von Storgkh, premier Austria, assassinated

1917-03-06

Jules HPFX Vandenpeereboom, premier of Belgium (1899), dies at 73

1919-02-21

Kurt Eisner, premier Bayern (soc), murdered at 51

1919-10-27

Theodoor H de Meester, premier (1905-08), dies

1919-12-27

Theodoor H de Meester, Dutch lib premier (1905-08), dies at 68

1920-09-07

Simon-Napoléon Parent, politician, premier of the province of Quebec (b. 1855)

1920-11-08

Abraham Kuyper, clergyman/Dutch premier (AR 1908-12), dies at 83

1921-10-19

Antonio Granjo, premier (Portugal), murdered

1921-11-04

Takasji Hara, premier of Japan, murdered

1923-06-15

Alexander Stamboeliski, premier Bulgaria (1919-23), dies

1924-01-21

Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov Lenin, Russian Revolutionary leader and Premier, dies of a stroke at 53

1925-09-07

René [Raphael] Viviani, French premier (1914-15), dies

1925-09-29

Leon VA Bourgeois, French premier (1895-96, Nobel 1920), dies at 74

1927-06-07

Edmund James Flynn, Premier of Quebec (b. 1847)

1928-07-17

Giovanni Giolitti, 5x premier of Italy (1892..1921), dies

1929-09-29

Giitji Tanaka, Japanese baron/general/premier (1927-29), dies at 66

1929-11-24

Georges Clemenceau, French journalist/premier (1917-20), dies at 88

1929-12-20

Emile Loubet, French premier (1892)/president (1899-1906), dies at 90

1930-03-19

Arthur J Balfour, British theologist/premier (1902-05), dies at 81

1932-03-07

Aristide Briand, 11 x premier of France (Nobel 1926), dies at 69

1932-05-15

Ki Inukai, premier Japan (1931-32), murdered

1932-05-16

Ki Imukai, premier of Japan (1931-32), murdered

1933-10-29

Paul, [Prudent] Painlevé, French mathematician/minister/premier, dies

1933-12-29

Joh Georghe Duca, premier of Romania, murdered

1934-10-09

J-Louis-F Barthou, French writer/premier/foreign minister, murdered

1934-10-15

Raymond Poincaré, premier/president France (1913-20), dies at 74

1935-07-15

Pieter WA Cort van de Linden, Dutch premier (1913-18), dies at 89

1936-04-13

Demertzis, Greek premier, dies

1937-06-18

Gaston Doumergue, premier/president of France (1913..34), dies

1939-02-15

Henri Jaspar, premier of Belgium (1926-31), dies at 68

1939-09-21

Armand Calinescu, premier of Romania, murdered

1940-11-09

Arthur Neville Chamberlain, British premier (1937-40), dies of bowel cancer at 71

1941-04-02

Paul Teleki, premier Hungary, dies

1942-03-30

Alfred Coville, French historian (Lesson premier Valois), dies at 81

1942-11-21

J. B. M. Hertzog [Barry Hertzog], South African Premier (1914-39), dies at 76

1943-01-03

Sir Walter James, Premier of Western Australia (b. 1863)

1944-09-18

Hendrikus Colijn, Dutch premier (1933-39), dies at 75

1944-11-13

Wang Tjing-Wei, premier China (1932-35), dies

1945-03-26

David Lloyd George, British (L) premier (1916-22), dies at 82

1945-10-15

Pierre Laval, former premier of Vichy France, executed at 62

1946-06-01

Ion Antonescu, fascist premier/dictator of Romania, executed

1947-12-14

Stanley Baldwin, English premier (1923, 24-29, 35-37), dies at 80

1949-02-18

Niceto A Zamora y Torres, premier of Spain (1931-36), dies at 71

1949-06-11

Koci Xoxe, Albanian vice-premier, executed

1949-07-02

Georgi Dimitrov, Bulgaria premier (1946-49), dies at 67

1949-08-14

Husni al-Barazi, premier of Syria, shot to death

1949-12-16

Traitsjo Kostov, Bulgarian communist vice-premier, executed

1950-01-02

James Dooley, Premier of New South Wales (b. 1877)

1950-03-30

Leon Blum, French premier (People's Front Government), dies at 77

1950-07-22

William LM King, premier of Canada (1921-30, 35-48), dies at 75

1952-01-15

Ned Hanlon, Premier of Queensland (b. 1887)

1952-12-01

Victor E Orlando, Italian premier (1917-19), dies at 92

1953-01-11

Noach Zjordanija, Georgian Premier (1918-21), dies at 84

1953-03-05

Joseph Stalin, Premier of the Soviet Union (1941-53), dies at 73

1953-03-14

Klement Gottwald, premier/president of Czechoslovakia, dies at 56

1953-07-26

Nikolaos Plastiras, Greece premier (1945-50, 51-2), dies

1954-08-19

Alcide de Gasperi, Italian premier (1945..53), dies at 73

1955-01-29

Hans Hedtoft, premier of Denmark (1947.. 55), dies at 51

1955-11-16

Tomasz Arciszewski, Polish premier (1944-47), dies at 88

1956-04-03

T Kostov, Bulgarian vice-premier, executed

1956-09-18

Adélard Godbout, premier of Quebec (b. 1892)

1956-10-25

Risto Ryti, Finnish minister/premier/president, dies at 67

1957-04-01

Gheorge Tatarescu, premier Romania (1933-37, 39-40), dies

1958-01-07

Petru Groza, premier/president (Romania, 1945-58), dies at 74

1958-07-14

Noeri el-Said, premier of Iraq, murdered

1958-08-24

John G Strijdom, premier of South Africa (1954-58), dies at 65

1958-12-13

Ahmed Mukhtar Baban, premier of Iraq, executed

1959-02-07

Daniel F Malan, premier of South Africa (1948-54), dies at 84

1959-05-01

Oscar Torp, Norwegian premier, dies

1960-11-27

Dirk J de Geer, Dutch premier (1926-29, 39-40), dies at 89

1961-02-11

Patrice Lumumba, 1st premier Congo, murdered at 34

1961-09-07

Pieter S Gerbrandy, lawyer/premier to London 1940-5, dies at 76

1961-10-26

Milan Stojadinović, Premier of Yugoslavia (1935-39), dies at 73

1962-03-23

Josephus RH van Schaik, lawyer/vice-premier of Neth, dies at 80

1962-11-26

Albert P Sarraut, Indo-China premier (1933, 36), dies at 90

1963-01-07

Arthur Moore, Premier of Queensland (b. 1876)

1963-07-01

Camille Chautemps, premier France, dies

1963-09-04

Robert Schuman, French premier/chair (European Parliament), dies at 77

1963-11-06

Djuanda Kartawidjaja, premier (Indonesia), dies at 52

1963-12-13

Hubert ME Pierlot, Belgian advocate/premier (1939-45), dies at 79

1964-02-06

Sophocles Venizelos, premier of Greece (1944, 50-51), dies at 69

1965-01-15

Pierre Ngendandumwe, premier of Burundi, murdered

1965-01-26

Ali Mansoer, premier of Persia, murdered

1965-05-09

Leopold Figl, premier Austria, dies at 62

1966-01-11

Lal Bahadur Shastri, Indian premier (1964-66), dies at 61

1966-04-09

Sutan Sjahrir, premier of Indonesia (1945-47), dies at 57

1966-09-21

Paul Reynaud, premier France (1940), dies

1966-11-22

Moises F da Costa Gomez, premier Dutch Antilles, dies

1967-03-05

Mohammed H Mossadeq, premier of Persia (1951-53), dies

1967-10-08

Clement R Attlee, premier pf Great Britain (1945-51), dies at 84

1967-12-17

Harold Holt, Australian premier (1966-67), drowns at 59

1968-02-25

Camille Huysmans, Belgian premier (1946-47), dies at 96

1968-08-03

Constantine Rokossovski, vice-premier of Poland (1952-56), dies at 71

1968-11-01

Georgios Papandreou, Greek minister/premier, dies at 80

1968-12-15

Antonio Barrette, Canadian politician, premier of Quebec (b. 1899)

1969-02-18

Dragisa Cvetkovic, Serbian premier of (Yugoslavia 1939-4.), dies at 76

1969-02-26

Levi Eshkol, [Sjkolnik], premier (Israel), dies at 73

1969-06-29

Moise K Tsjombe, premier Congo/Zaire, dies

1970-06-04

Jopie [Johan A] Pengel, premier Suriname, dies

1970-06-05

"Jopie" Pengel, [Johan A], premier Suriname (1963-69), dies at 54

1970-06-11

Aleksandr F Kerenski, Russian premier (1917), dies at 89

1970-10-10

Edouard Daladier, premier of France (1933..40), dies at 86

1970-10-17

Pierre Laporte, Vice-Premier of Quebec (assassinated) (b. 1921)

1971-02-05

Mátyás Rákosi, Hungarian premier (1952..56), dies at 78

1971-12-10

Jozef MLT Cals, Dutch min of Education/premier (1965-66), dies at 57

1972-07-31

Paul-Henri Spaak, Belgian premier/sect-gen (NATO, 1957-61), dies at 73

1973-02-22

Jean-Jacques Bertrand, Quebec politician, Premier of Quebec (b. 1916)

1974-04-20

Mohammed Ayub Khan, premier/president (Pakistan), dies

1975-02-18

Chivu Stoica, [Stoica Chivu), premier of Romania (1955-61), dies at 66

1975-02-24

Nikolai A Bulganin, marshal/premier of USSR (1955-58), dies at 79

1975-03-13

Ali Sastroamidjojo, Indonesian attorney/minister/premier, dies at 71

1975-04-05

Victor GM Marijnen, Dutch premier (1963-65), dies at 58

1975-06-02

Eisaku Sato, premier of Japan (1964-71 Nobel 1974), dies at 74

1975-07-10

Achiel H van Acker, Belgian premier (1945-46, 1954-58), dies at 77

1975-10-03

Guy Mollet, French premier (1956-57), dies at 69

1976-01-08

Zhou Enlai, Premier of the People's Republic of China (b. 1898)

1976-01-14

Abdul Razak bin Hussain, premier of Malaysia (1970-77), dies at 53

1977-01-14

Anthony Eden, British premier (1955-57), dies at 79

1977-02-11

Louis J M Beel, Dutch premier (1946-48, 58-59), dies at 74

1977-03-10

Willem Schermerhorn, Dutch premier (1945-46), dies at 82

1978-04-27

Mohammed Daud, premier/president of Afghanistan, murdered

1978-07-09

Abdul Razak al-Naif, premier of Iraq, murdered

1978-08-22

Jomo Kenyatta, 1st premier of Kenya (1963-78), dies at 83

1980-10-26

Marcello J tie Neves Alves Caetano, premier of Portugal, dies at 74

1980-12-12

Jean Lesage, politician, premier of Quebec (b. 1912)

1980-12-15

Jacqueline Jacoupy, Premier de cordée

1982-10-04

Ahmad H al-Bakr, Iraqi fieldmarshal/president/premier, dies

1982-10-18

Pierre Mendès-France, French Premier (1954-55), dies at 75

1982-10-18

John Robarts, Canadian politician, Premier of Ontario (b. 1917)

1983-07-30

Lynn Fontanne, Broadway's premier actress (Emmy 1965), dies at 95

1983-09-10

Balthasar J "John" Vorster, South African premier (1966-78), dies at 67

1983-10-09

Sun Suk Joon, South Korean vice premier, murdered

1983-10-19

Maurice Bishop, premier of Grenada (1979-83), murdered in coup

1984-01-10

Suvanna Phuma, premier of Laos, dies at 82

1985-01-11

Sir William McKell, Premier of New South Wales, Governor-General of Australia (b. 1891)

1985-04-11

Enver Hoxha, party leader/premier of Albania, dies at 76

1985-04-14

Robby Guichard, Titi premier, roi des gosses

1985-07-04

John de Quay, Dutch premier (1959-63), dies at 83

1986-08-31

Urho K Kekkonen, premier/president of Finland, dies at 85

1987-06-01

Rashid Karami, 10 time premier of Lebanon, dies in bomb attack at 65

1987-08-07

Nobusuke Kishi, premier of Japan (1957-60), dies at 90

1987-11-01

René Lévesque, Premier of Quebec (b. 1922)

1987-12-24

John M "Joop" de Uyl, Dutch social-dem premier (1973-77), dies at 68

1988-01-22

Georgi M Malenkov, Russian premier (1953-55), dies at 86

1988-03-11

Pham Hung, premier of Vietnam, dies at about 74

1989-07-06

Janos Kádár, premier of Hungary (1956-58), dies at 77

1990-01-04

Sir Henry Bolte, Premier of Victoria 1955-1972 (b. 1908)

1991-05-23

Jean van Houte, Belgian premier, dies

1991-08-06

Shapour Bakhtiar, premier Iran (1979), dies in Paris

1992-08-05

Robert Muldoon, premier NZ (1975-84)/President IMF, dies

1992-09-02

Piotr Jaroszewicz, premier of Poland (1970-80), dies

1993-01-08

Hakija Turajlic, Bosnian vice-premier, murdered

1993-03-12

Wang Zhen, marxist/vice-premier of China (1988), dies

1993-09-29

Ghuslam Wyne, premier of Lahore Pakistan, murdered at 60

1993-12-12

Jozsef Antall, historian/premier of Hungary (1990-93), dies at 61

1993-12-16

Kakuei Tanaka, premier of Japan (1972-74), dies at 75

1994-04-14

Selometsi Baholo, vice-premier of Lesotho, murdered

1994-07-02

Maung Maung, premier of Burma (1988), dies at 69

1994-10-19

Oldrich Cernik, Czechoslovakia premier (1968-70), dies at 72

1995-01-20

Mehdi Bazargan, director Iranian oil corp/premier (1979), dies at 86

1995-04-02

Harvey Penick, premier golf instructor/author, dies at 90

1996-09-02

Irène Corday, Premier de cordée

1997-03-06

Cheddi B Jagan, dentist/founder PPP/Guyanese Premier (1953, 1957-64) dies

1999-12-17

Roger Frison-Roche, Premier de cordée

2000-10-04

Yu Kuo-hwa, former Premier of Taiwan (b. 1914)

2003-12-16

Robert Stanfield, Premier of Nova Scotia (b. 1914)

2004-01-03

Des Corcoran, Premier of South Australia (b. 1928)

2005-01-06

Louis Robichaud, Premier of New Brunswick (b. 1925)

2005-01-17

Zhao Ziyang, Premier of the People's Republic of China (b. 1919)

2005-03-26

James Callaghan, Labour's Last Premier: A Film Portrait of James Callaghan

2005-04-23

Joh Bjelke-Petersen, Premier of Queensland (b. 1911)

2005-10-19

Corinne Lévesque, wife of Quebec premier René Lévesque (b. 1943)

2007-06-02

Huang Ju, Chinese Vice-Premier

2009-07-14

Brad Ruel, The Premier: Kehler and Ruel

2011-11-28

Ante Markovic, last Premier of Yugoslavia, dies at 87

2011-12-30

Roger Burckhardt, Le premier juré

2015-06-02

Anthony Riley, Blind Auditions Premier, Pt. 2

2015-12-05

Bill Bennett, former BC premier, dead at 83

2015-12-13

John Bannon, former SA premier, dies after long illness at 72

2015-12-31

Former Manitoba NDP premier Howard Pawley dead at 81

2017-05-11

Former Chinese vice-premier Qian Qichen dies, aged 90

2017-05-11

Former Chinese vice-premier Qian Qichen dies, aged 90


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