Jan Malypetr

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Jan Malypetr (21 December 1873 in Klobuky, Kingdom of Bohemia – 27 September 1947 in Slaný) was a Czechoslovakian politician.

Jan Malypetr

A member of the Agrarian Party, he was Minister of Interior, and Chairman of the Chamber of Deputies from 17 December 1925 to 29 October 1932 and from 5 November 1935 to 1939.

Additionally, he served three terms as prime minister of Czechoslovakia:

  • 29 October 1932 – 14 February 1934
  • 14 February 1934 – 4 June 1935
  • 4 June 1935 – 5 November 1935

His grandson is author Jiří Stránský.

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Preceded by
František Udržal
Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia
1932–1935
Succeeded by
Milan Hodža