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Nu, U, 1907-1995

LC control no.n 50053601
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPL3988.N8
Personal name headingNu, U, 1907-1995
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Variant(s)U Nu, 1907-1995
Nu, Sa khaṅʻ, 1907-1995
Sa khaṅʻ Nu, 1907-1995
Nu, Thakin, 1907-1995
Thakin Nu, 1907-1995
Nu, U Maung, 1907-1995
U Maung Nu, 1907-1995
See alsoBurma. Prime Minister (1948-1956 : Nu)
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Burma. Prime Minister (1957-1958 : Nu)
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Burma. Prime Minister (1960-1962 : Nu)
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Birth date1907-05-25
Death date1995-02-14
Place of birthMyaungmya (Burma)
Place of deathRangoon (Burma)
Profession or occupationPoliticians
Special noteNot the same as: Nu, Ūʺ [LCCN: nb2006002666] Indian Muslim.
Found inThe people win through, 1952: t.p. (U Nu) p. i (Prime Minister of the Union of Burma)
Towards peace and democracy, 1949: t.p. (Thakin Nu)
Buddhism, 1983: t.p. (U Maung Nu, former prime minister of Burma)
Ṅāʺ nhacʻ rāsī Ba mā Praññʻ, 1941-1945, 2010: t.p. (Ūʺ Nu) p. 245 (Sa khaṅʻ Nu) p. [257] (b. May 25, 1907) p. [260] (d. Feb. 14, 1995)
Encyclopaedia Britannica Website, March 12, 2011: U Nu p. (U Nu, formerly Thakin Nu (born May 25, 1907, Wakema, Myaungmya District, Burma [Myanmar]-died Feb. 14, 1995, Yangon), Burmese independence leader and prime minister of Myanmar (formerly Burma) from 1948 to 1958 and from 1960 to 1962. U Nu was educated at the University of Rangoon (Yangon), from which he received his B.A. degree in 1929. For some years headmaster of the National High School in Pantanaw, he returned to the university in 1934 to study law, becoming president of the Student Union of Rangoon and joining student political movements)
Wikipedia, Mar. 12, 2011 (U Nu; b. 1907; d. 1995; was a leading Burmese nationalist and political figure of the 20th century. A devout Theravada Buddhist, U Nu had long been the popular spiritual leader of his country; was also an accomplished novelist and playwright)
Wikipedia, July 19, 2017 (U Nu; the first Prime Minister of Burma; on January 4, 1948 to June 12, 1956; February 28, 1957 to October 28, 1958; April 4, 1960 to March 2, 1962)
Associated languagebur eng