Michalakopoulos, Andreas

ALSO APPEARS IN THE ARCHIVE AS: Mich., An. [Michalakopoulos, Andreas]

Andreas Michalakopoulos (1875-1938) was born in Patras (Peloponnese, Greece) and studied Law in Athens, France and Germany. He was involved in politics and was elected Member of Parliament, initially in 1911 with the Liberals’ Party, thereafter forming his own political party in 1924. He served as minister for the national economy, for agriculture, for finance and for military affairs, and was twice appointed minister for foreign affairs (1926, 1929, in the governments of Zaimis and Venizelos, respectively), Deputy Prime Minister of the Zaimis government (1928) and Prime Minister of Greece during 1924-1925.