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us: Pridi Banomyong


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  • Variants

    • us: Banomyong, Pridi
    • us: Phanomyong, Prīdī
    • us: Pradit Manutham, Lūang
    • us: Panomyong, Pridi
    • us: Pridi Phanomyong
    • us: Pridi Panomyong
    • us: Praditmanūtham, Lūang
    • us: Pradist Manudharm, Lūang
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1900-05-11
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1983-05-02
    • Birth Place

        Thā Wā Sukrī (Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand)
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        tha
    • Associated Language

        eng
    • Associated Language

        fre
    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Thailand--Politics and government
          (lcsh) Economics
        • Occupation

            Prime ministers
        • Sources

          • found: His Du sort des sociétés de ... 1927.
          • found: Vichitvong Na Pombhejara. Pridi Banomyong and the making of Thailand's modern history, 1982?: t.p. (Pridi Banomyong) data from India (d. 1983)
          • found: Prīdī Phanomyong, 1983: t.p. (Prīdī Phanomyong) p. 19, etc. (b. 11 Phrưtsaphākhom 2443; d. 2 Phrưtsaphākhom 2526)
          • found: Lūang Praditmanūtham, 1984, t.p. (Lūang Praditmanūtham)
          • found: ʻUthai Sinthusān. Sārānukrom Thai, 1973-1979: v. 14, p. 2627 (Prīdī Phanomyong, 7th Thai prime minister, from 3/24/46-8/21/46; b. 5 Phrưtsaphākhom 2443; Tambon Thā Wā Sukrī, ʻAmphœ̄ Krung Kao, ʻAyutthayā [Thailand]; high-level degree in economics and Doctorat en droit summa cum laude from France; judge in Ministry of Justice (1926); ʻAmmāt Trī Lūang Praditmanūtham (1932); civilian leader of bloodless coup changing absolute monarchy to democracy (1932); exiled and repatriated (1933); minister of interior (1934); minister of treasury (1938); acting regent (1941); prime minister (1946); forced to resign following mysterious death of King Anan Mahidon; special envoy to various countries for developing friendly relations; fled Thailand following a coup against admin. of Lūang Thamrongnāwāsawat and took up residence in Communist China (1949); currently resides in France)
          • found: The king of the White Elephant, 1999: t.p. (Pridi Banomyong) p. 106, etc. (1900-1983; b. 11 May 1900; d. 2 May 1983)
          • found: National economic policy of Luang Pradist Manudharm, 1999: t.p. (Luang Pradist Manudharm)
        • LC Classification

          • PL4209.P69
        • Change Notes

          • 1982-01-26: new
          • 2016-09-13: revised
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