João Tamagnini Barbosa

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João Tamagnini Barbosa
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Minister for the Colonies
In office
11 December 1917 15 May 1918
Prime Minister Sidónio Pais
Preceded by Ernesto Jardim de Vilhena
Succeeded by Alexandre José de Vasconcelos e Sá
Minister for War
In office
11 May 1918 15 May 1918
Prime Minister Sidónio Pais
Preceded by Sidónio Pais
Succeeded by Amílcar Abreu Mota
Minister for Interior
In office
15 May 1918 9 October 1918
Prime Minister Sidónio Pais
Preceded by Henrique Forbes Bessa
Succeeded by António Bernardino de Sousa Ferreira
Minister for Finance
In office
9 October 1918 23 December 1918
Prime Minister Sidónio Pais (October 9, 1918December 14, 1918)
João do Canto e Castro (14 December 191823 December 1918)
Preceded by Francisco Xavier Esteves
Succeeded by Ventura Malheiro Reimão
69th Prime Minister of Portugal
(15th of the Republic)
In office
23 December 1918 27 January 1919
President João do Canto e Castro
Preceded by João do Canto e Castro (interim)
Sidónio Pais (effective)
Succeeded by José Relvas
Minister for Interior
In office
23 December 1918 27 January 1919
Prime Minister Himself
Preceded by António Bernardino de Sousa Ferreira
Succeeded by José Relvas
Personal details
Born(1883-12-30)30 December 1883
Portuguese Macau
Died 15 December 1948(1948-12-15) (aged 64)
Portugal
Political party Republican Centrist Party
later National Republican Party
("Sidonist Party")
Spouse(s) Maria Luísa da Cunha e Silva
Children Maria Helena, Luís Artuir
Occupation Army officer (Brigadier)
and engineer

João Tamagnini de Sousa Barbosa (30 December 1883 15 December 1948), commonly known as João Tamagnini Barbosa (Portuguese pronunciation:  [ʒuˈɐ̃w̃ tamaˈɲini bɐɾˈbɔzɐ] ), or Tamagnini Barbosa, was a Portuguese military officer and politician of the Portuguese First Republic (1910–1926). He served as Minister of Interior, Colonies and Finances during the period known as "New Republic", after the coup d'état of the National Republican Party ("Sidonist Party") and the semi-dictatorial government of President/Prime Minister Sidónio Pais, followed by a brief participation in the provisional government of João do Canto e Castro after the assassination of Sidónio Pais.

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Preceded by
Manuel da Conceição Afonso
President of Benfica
19471949
Succeeded by
Mário de Gusmão Madeira