Ioannes Giolitti

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Nativitas: 27 Octobris 1842; Mons Regalis in Pedemonte
Obitus: 17 Iulii 1928; Forum Vibii - Caburrum
Patria: Regnum Italiae

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Italy, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Italy, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Italy, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Italy, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Interior of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Interior of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Interior of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Interior of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Interior of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Interior of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Public Works of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Public Works of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Justice of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Finance of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Treasury of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of the Navy of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of the Navy of the Kingdom of Italy
Munus: Politicus

Consociatio

Factio: Liberalism and radicalism in Italy

Memoria

Laurae: Royal Order of the Seraphim, Order of St. Andrew
Ioannes Giolitti circa annum 1870

Ioannes Giolitti (natus in Monte Regali die 27 Octobris 1842; mortuus in Caburro die 17 Iulii 1928) fuit vir publicus Italicus et quinquies Consilii Ministrorum Regni Italiae praeses. Etiam nepos eius Antonius (1915-2010) rerum politicarum peritus fuit.

Administrationes quibus Ioannes Giolitti praefuit[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Coppa, Frank J. 1986. Economic and Ethical Liberalism in Conflict: The Extraordinary Liberalism of Giovanni Giolitti.
Praesides consilii ministrorum Italiae
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Regnum Italiae Camillus Bensus Comes Cavour · Bettinus Ricasoli · Urbanus Rattazzi · Ludovicus Carolus Farini · Marcus Minghetti · Alphonsus La Marmora · Bettinus Ricasoli · Urbanus Rattazzi · Ludovicus Fridericus Menabrea · Ioannes Lanza · Marcus Minghetti · Augustinus Depretis · Benedictus Cairoli · Augustinus Depretis · Benedictus Cairoli · Augustinus Depretis · Franciscus Crispi · Antonius di Rudinì · Ioannes Giolitti · Franciscus Crispi · Antonius di Rudinì · Ludovicus Pelloux · Iosephus Saracco · Iosephus Zanardelli · Ioannes Giolitti · Thomas Tittoni · Alexander Fortis · Sidney Sonnino · Ioannes Giolitti · Sidney Sonnino · Ludovicus Luzzatti · Ioannes Giolitti · Antonius Salandra · Paulus Boselli · Victorius Emanuel Orlando · Franciscus Saverius Nitti · Ioannes Giolitti · Ivanoe Bonomi · Ludovicus Facta · Benitus Mussolini · Petrus Badoglio · Ivanoe Bonomi · Ferruccius Parri · Alcides De Gasperi
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