Pridi banomyong

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|Pridi Banomyong |
|ปรีดี พนมยงค์ |
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|7th |
|Prime Minister of Thailand |
|In office |
|March 24, 1946 – August 23, 1946 |
|Monarch |Ananda Mahidol, BhumibolAdulyadej |
|Preceded by |Khuang Abhaiwongse |
|Succeeded by |Thawal Thamrong Navaswadhi |
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|Born |May 11, 1900(1900-05-11) |
| |Ayutthaya,Thailand |
|Died |May 2, 1983 (aged 82) |
| |Paris, France |
|Nationality |Thai |
|Spouse(s) |Poonsuk Phanomyong |
|Signature |[pic]|

|Pridi Banomyong |
|Traditional Chinese |陳嘉祥 |
|Simplified Chinese |陳璋茂 |
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|Mandarin |
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|- Hanyu Pinyin |
|Chen Jiaxiang, Chen Zhangmou |
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|Min |
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|- Teochew Peng'im |
|Tan Giasiang, Tan Cangmou |
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Pridi Banomyong[1] (Thai: ปรีดี พนมยงค์; RTGS: Pridi Phanomyong; Chinese: 陳嘉祥 or 陳璋茂;[2] May 11, 1900 – May 2, 1983) was a highly-revered Thai politician. He was a former Prime Minister and Senior Statesman of Thailand, and was named one of the world's great personalities of the 20th century by UNESCO in 2000.|Contents |
|1 Family background |
|2 Biography |
|2.1 Early life |
|2.2 People's Party |
|2.3 Statesman |
|2.4 Free Thaimovement |
|2.5 Post-war years |
|2.6 Permanent exile |
|2.7 Legacy |
|3 Royal decorations |
|3.1 Foreign decorations |
|4 Further reading...
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