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Margarita Thatcher

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Nativitas: 13 Octobris 1925; Grantham
Obitus: 8 Aprilis 2013; The Ritz London Hotel
Patria: Britanniarum Regnum
Nomen nativum: Margaret Hilda Roberts

Officium

Officium: Leader of the Opposition, President of the European Council, Primus minister, Leader of the Conservative Party, Secretary of State for Education, Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Pensions, Chancellor of the College of William & Mary, President of the European Council, Member of Parliament in the United Kingdom, Member of the House of Lords, Shadow Secretary of State for Education, Minister for the Civil Service, First Lord of the Treasury
Munus: Politicus, chemicus, Autobiographus, barrister, Causidicus

Familia

Genitores: Alfred Roberts;
Coniunx: Denis Thatcher
Proles: Carol Thatcher, Mark Thatcher

Memoria

Laurae: Member of the Order of Merit, Praemium Praesidis pro Libertate, Lady of the Garter, Fellow of the Royal Society, Order of the White Lion, Ronald Reagan Freedom Award
Sepultura: Royal Hospital Chelsea

Tabula geographica

Margarita Thatcher: insigne
Margarita Thatcher anno 1975 lucis ope picta

Margarita Thatcher (Anglice denuo Baroness Thatcher; nata Margaret Hilda Roberts in oppido Grantham Lincolniensis comitatus die 13 Octobris 1925; obiit Londinii die 8 Aprilis 2013), alumna Collegii de Somerville apud Oxonienses, fuit politica Anglica, dux Factionis Conservativae, et ab anno 1979 usque ad annum 1990 Prima Ministra Britanniarum Regni. A die 8 Octobris 1959 usque ad diem 9 Aprilis 1992 in Parlamento Britannico munere populi Finchley functa est.

Scripta[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1995 : The Path to Power. Londinii: Harper Collins [de rebus a se gestis]

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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