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Cabinet of Leon Kozłowski

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Cabinet of Leon Kozłowski

Cabinet of Leon Kozłowski (Polish: Rząd Leona Kozłowskiego) - cabinet headed by Prime Minister Leon Kozłowski, appointed by President Ignacy Mościcki on May 15, 1934 and serving until its resignation on March 28, 1935.

  • Leon Kozłowski (BBWR) - Prime Minister
  • Józef Piłsudski - Minister of Military Affairs
  • Bronisław Piernacki (BBWR) - Minister of Internal Affairs
  • Józef Beck (BBWR) - Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Władysław Marian Zawadzki (BBWR) - Minister of the Treasury
  • Czesław Michałowski - Minister of Justice
  • Wacław Jędrzejewicz (BBWR) - Minister of Religions and Public Enlightenment
  • Bronisław Nakoniecznikow-Klukowski - Minister of Agriculture and Rural Reforms
  • Michał Butkiewicz - Minister of Connection
  • Emil Kaliński - Minister of Post
  • Henryk Floyar-Rajchman - Minister of Industry and Commerce
  • Jerzy Paciorkowski - Minister of Labor and Public Services
  • Changes:

  • June 16, 1934 - Prime Minister Kozłowski became Acting Minister of Internal Affairs in place on assassinated (on June 15) Piernacki
  • June 28, 1934 - Juliusz Poniatowski replaced Nakoniecznikow-Klukowski as Minister of Agrucilture
    Marian Zyndram-Kościałkowski became Minister of Internal Affairs
  • References

    Cabinet of Leon Kozłowski Wikipedia


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