António de Oliveira Salazar

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Person.png António de Oliveira Salazar   WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(politician, economist)
Born1889-04-28
Vimieiro, Santa Comba Dão, Portugal
Died1970-07-27 (Age 81)
Lisbon, Portugal
Alma materUniversity of Coimbra
PartyAcademic Centre of Christian Democracy,  (Before 1930),  National Union,  (1930–1970)

Flag of Portuguese Prime-Minister.svg Prime Minister of Portugal Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
5 July 1932 - 25 September 1968

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In office
18 April 1951 - 21 July 1951

Employment.png Portugal/Minister of Defence

In office
13 April 1961 - 4 December 1962

Employment.png Portugal/Minister of War

In office
11 May 1936 - 6 September 1944

Employment.png Portugal/Minister of War

In office
5 July 1932 - 6 July 1932

Employment.png Portugal/Minister of Foreign Affairs Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
6 November 1936 - 4 February 1944

Employment.png Portugal/Minister of Finance

In office
28 April 1928 - 28 August 1940

Employment.png Portugal/Minister of Finance

In office
3 June 1926 - 19 June 1926

Employment.png Portugal/Minister of the Navy

In office
30 January 1939 - 2 February 1939

Employment.png Portugal/Minister of the Navy

In office
25 January 1936 - 5 February 1936

Employment.png Portugal/Minister of the Colonies

In office
3 November 1930 - 6 November 1930

Employment.png Portugal/Minister of the Colonies

In office
21 January 1930 - 20 July 1930

António de Oliveira Salazar became finance minister of Portugal after the Portuguese coup d'état of 28 May 1926. Later he became Portuguese Prime Minister and ruled the country for 36 years, promoting a conservative and nationalist ideology.


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