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Ne Vaṅʻʺ, Ūʺ, 1911-2002

LC control no.n 89268376
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingNe Vaṅʻʺ, Ūʺ, 1911-2002
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Variant(s)Ne Vaṅʻʺ, 1911-2002
Ne Win, 1911-2002
Ne Win, U, 1911-2002
Ūʺ Ne Vaṅʻʺ, 1911-2002
U Ne Win, 1911-2002
See alsoBurma. Prime Minister (1958-1960 : Ne Vaṅʻʺ)
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Burma. Prime Minister (1962-1974 : Ne Vaṅʻʺ)
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Birth date1911-05-24
Death date2002-12-05
Place of birthPaungale (Burma)
Place of deathRangoon (Burma)
Field of activityBurma--Politics and government
AffiliationBurma. Tapʻ ma toʻ
Profession or occupationPrime ministers
Prime ministers
Found in1981 khu nhacʻ catuttha ʼa krimʻ Pātī ññī lā khaṃ, 1981: p. 18 (Ūʺ Ne Vaṅʻʺ)
CD MARC bib., Oct. 1994 (LCCN 85-921728: hdg.: Ne Vaṅʻʺ, Ūʺ, 1911- ) (LCCN 80-928746: hdg.: Ne Win, U, 1911- )
BBC News for Dec. 5, 2002 (webpage) viewed June 26, 2003 (Ne Win has died at the age of 91; b. Shu Maung in Paungale, central Burma, May 24, 1911)
Wikipedia, viewed September 17, 2015 (Ne Win; Ne Vaṅʻʺ; born May 14, 1910 [birthday discrepancy]; was a politician; military leader; Prime Minister during 1958-1960 and 1962-1974; dead December 5, 2002 in Rangoon)
Associated languagebur