Tommaso Tittoni

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Tommaso Tittoni (16 November 1855 – 7 February 1931) was an Italian diplomat, politician and Knight of the Annunziata. He was Italy's foreign minister from 1903 until 1909, except for a five-month period. He also was interim prime minister for about two weeks in March 1905,[1] making him the shortest-serving prime minister in the history of Italy.

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Tommaso Tittoni
Prime Minister of Italy
In office
12 March 1905  28 March 1905
MonarchVictor Emmanuel III
Preceded byGiovanni Giolitti
Succeeded byAlessandro Fortis
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
23 June 1919  25 November 1919
Prime MinisterGiovanni Giolitti
Preceded bySidney Sonnino
Succeeded byVittorio Scialoja
In office
29 May 1906  11 December 1909
Prime MinisterGiovanni Giolitti
Preceded byFrancesco Guicciardini
Succeeded byFrancesco Guicciardini
In office
3 November 1903  24 December 1905
Prime MinisterGiovanni Giolitti
Alessandro Fortis
Preceded byGiulio Prinetti
Succeeded byAntonino Paternò Castello
President of the Italian Senate
In office
1 December 1919  21 January 1929
Preceded byAdeodato Bonasi
Succeeded byLuigi Federzoni
Personal details
Born(1855-11-16)16 November 1855
Rome, Papal States
Died7 February 1931(1931-02-07) (aged 75)
Rome, Kingdom of Italy
Political partyHistorical Right