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  1. Henry John Temple, vizconde de Palmerston KG GCB PC, también conocido como Lord Palmerston o simplemente como Henry Temple ( Westminster, 20 de octubre de 1784-Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire, 18 de octubre de 1865), fue un político británico que ocupó el cargo de primer ministro del Reino Unido a mediados del siglo XIX durante dos ocasiones (1...

  2. 1 de abr. de 2024 · Lord Palmerston, English Whig-Liberal statesman whose long career, including many years as British foreign secretary (1830–34, 1835–41, and 1846–51) and prime minister (1855–58 and 1859–65), made him a symbol of British nationalism. He was the dominant political personality of mid-Victorian Britain.

  3. Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, KG, GCB, PC, FRS (20 October 1784 – 18 October 1865), known as Lord Palmerston, was a British statesman and politician who was twice prime minister of the United Kingdom in the mid-19th century.

  4. Lord Palmerston (Henry John Temple, tercer vizconde de Palmerston; Londres, 1784 - Brocket Hall, Reino Unido, 1865) Político británico. Tras acceder al Parlamento en 1807, ocupó su primera cartera (como ministro de Guerra) en 1809.

  5. Palmerston was a leading figure in foreign policy at the height of Britains imperial ambitions for almost thirty years, and handled many great international crises at the time. So much so, many argue that Palmerston was one of the greatest Foreign Secretaries of all time.

  6. His popularity as “the most English minister who ever governed England” was such that Russell did not dare dismiss him until December 1851, when Palmerston, to stand well with the ruler of France, approved the coup d’etat by which President Bonaparte overthrew the constitution of the Second Republic.

  7. About The Viscount Palmerston. Lord Palmerston might have been the first truly popular British Prime Minister. Famous for his patriotism and unwavering commitment to protecting British interests, Palmerston was Prime Minister twice (1855-58, 1859-65).