Andreas Bonar Law

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Nativitas: 16 Septembris 1858; Novum Brunsvicum
Obitus: 30 Octobris 1923; Londinium
Patria: Britanniarum Regnum

Officium

Officium: Leader of the Opposition, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Member of Parliament in the United Kingdom, Primus minister, Leader of the House of Commons, Leader of the Conservative Party, Lord Privy Seal, Secretary of State for the Colonies, Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade, Leader of the Conservative Party, Member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom, Member of Parliament in the United Kingdom, Member of Parliament in the United Kingdom, Member of Parliament in the United Kingdom
Munus: Politicus, chess player

Consociatio

Familia

Proles: Richard Law, 1st Baron Coleraine

Memoria

Sepultura: Westminster Abbey
Andreas Bonar Law

Andreas, vulgo Andrew Bonar Law (natus Kingston in urbe Novi Brunsvici die 16 Septembris 1858; obiit Londinii die 30 Octobris 1923), Glasguae in Scotia ab anno aetatis duodecimo educatus, alumnus Scholae Glasguensis, fuit politicus Britanniae, ab anno 1900 usque ad mortem legatus apud Parlamentum, dux factionis conservativae, cancellarius scaccarii (id est aerarii minister: a 10 Decembris 1916 ad 10 Ianuarii 1919) et primus minister Regni Britanniarum a die 23 Octobris 1922 usque ad diem 22 Maii 1923, cum nuntiavit a munere propter gravem morbum (cancrum gulae) se removeret.

Bonar Law solus inter primos ministros Regni Britanniarum extra insulas Britanniae natus est.

Lege etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Adams, R. J. Q. 1999. Bonar Law. Londinii: John Murray. ISBN 0-7195-5422-5.
  • Blake, Robert. 1955. The Unknown Prime Minister: The Life and Times of Andrew Bonar Law, 1858–1923. Londinii.

Nexus externus[recensere | fontem recensere]

Primi ministri Britannici 1721–1945
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Robertus Walpole · Spencer Compton · Henricus Pelham · Thomas Pelham-Holles · Gulielmus Cavendish · Thomas Pelham-Holles · Ioannes Stuart · Georgius Grenville · Carolus Watson-Wentworth · Gulielmus Pitt Senior · Augustus Henricus Fitzroy · Fridericus North · Carolus Watson-Wentworth · Gulielmus Petty · Gulielmus Henricus Cavendish-Bentinck · Gulielmus Pitt Iunior · Henricus Addington · Gulielmus Pitt Iunior Gulielmus Wyndham Grenville · Gulielmus Henricus Cavendish-Bentinck · Spencer Perceval · Robertus Banks Jenkinson · Georgius Canning · Fridericus Ioannes Robinson · Arthurus, dux de Wellington · Carolus Grey · Gulielmus Lamb · Arthurus, dux de Wellington · Robertus Peel · Gulielmus Lamb · Robertus Peel · Ioannes Russell · Eduardus Galfridus Smith Stanley · Georgius Hamilton Gordon · Henricus Ioannes Temple · Eduardus Galfridus Smith Stanley · Henricus Ioannes Temple · Ioannes Russell · Eduardus Galfridus Smith Stanley · Beniaminus Disraeli · Gulielmus Ewart Gladstone · Beniaminus Disraeli · Gulielmus Ewart Gladstone · Robertus Gascoyne-Cecil · Gulielmus Ewart Gladstone · Robertus Gascoyne-Cecil · Gulielmus Ewart Gladstone · Archibaldus Philippus Primrose · Robertus Gascoyne-Cecil · Arthurus Balfour · Henricus Campbell-Bannerman · Herbertus Henricus Asquith · David Lloyd George · Andreas Bonar Law · Stanley Baldwin · Ramsay MacDonald · Stanley Baldwin · Ramsay MacDonald · Stanley Baldwin · Neville Chamberlain · Winston Churchill