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Dimitrios Maximos

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Dimitrios Maximos
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Prime Minister of Greece
In office
24 January 1947 – 29 August 1947
MonarchGeorge II
Preceded byKonstantinos Tsaldaris
Succeeded byKonstantinos Tsaldaris
Foreign Minister of Greece
In office
10 March 1933 – 3 March 1935
Preceded byNikolaos Mavroudis
Succeeded byPanagis Tsaldaris
Personal details
Born(1873-07-06)July 6, 1873
Patras, Greece
DiedOctober 17, 1955(1955-10-17) (aged 82)
Athens, Greece
NationalityGreek
Occupationbanker

Dimitrios E. Maximos (Greek: Δημήτριος Μάξιμος; 6 July 1873[1] – 17 October 1955) was a Greek banker and politician. He briefly served as Prime Minister of Greece after World War II.

Maximos was born on 6 July 1873 in Patras. He began his career in banking. Between 1933 and 1935, he became Foreign Minister of the government of Panagis Tsaldaris. He was Prime Minister of Greece in 1947. He died on 17 October 1955. His home in central Athens, the Maximos Mansion, serves since 1982 as the official seat of the Prime Minister of Greece.

References

Political offices
Preceded by
Nikolaos Mavroudis
Foreign Minister of Greece
1933–1935
Succeeded by
Panagis Tsaldaris
Preceded by
Panagis Tsaldaris
Foreign Minister of Greece
1935
Succeeded by
Ioannis Theotokis
Preceded by
Konstantinos Tsaldaris
Prime Minister of Greece
25 January – 29 August 1947
Succeeded by
Konstantinos Tsaldaris
  1. ^ Note: Greece officially adopted the Gregorian calendar on 16 February 1923 (which became 1 March). All dates prior to that, unless specifically denoted, are Old Style.
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