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Ādolfs Bļodnieks

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Ādolfs Bļodnieks

Ādolfs Bļodnieks (24 July 1889, Tukums - 21 March 1962, Brooklyn, NY) held the office of Prime Minister of Latvia from 24 March 1933 – 16 March 1934, for the New Farmers' Party.[1]

Published works

  • The Undefeated Nation. Speller & Sons, New York. 1960.


Political offices
Preceded by
Marģers Skujenieks
Prime Minister of Latvia
24 March 1933 – 16 March 1934
Succeeded by
Kārlis Ulmanis

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