Athanasios Miaoulis

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Athanasios Miaoulis

Athanasios Miaoulis (Greek: Αθανάσιος Μιαούλης, 1815 – 7 June 1867) was a Prime Minister of Greece. Born in Hydra in 1815 the son of the famous Greek admiral Andreas Miaoulis, from whom he learned his navigation skills. Moreover, Athanasios learned much about naval affairs from reading the letters of Phillip Ioannou. He finished military school in Munich and served as an officer in the Greek Navy. He became an adjutant of King Otto and in 1855 became Naval Minister. He served as Prime Minister of Greece from 13 November 1857 until 26 May 1862.[1] After Otto's deposition Miaoulis followed him in exile. He died in Paris, France on 7 June 1867.

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  1. ^ Koumoulides, John T. A.; Visvizē-Donta, Domna (1977). Greece in transition: essays in the history of modern Greece, 1821-1974. Zeno. p. 213. ISBN 978-0-7228-0013-3. Retrieved 13 December 2011. 
Preceded by
Dimitrios Voulgaris
Prime Minister of Greece
13 November 1857 - 26 May 1862
Succeeded by
Gennaios Kolokotronis