BA MO( Prime Minister of Myanmar (Burma).)
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Biography BA MO
Born February 8, 1893 in Maubine. He studied at Cambridge University and the University of Bordeaux, got a Ph.D.. In late 1920 he returned to Burma, where he worked as a teacher and lawyer. In 1931, attracted attention by acting as a protector of the rebel leader Saya San. As the leader antiseparatistov participated in the Conference 'round table' in London. For the first election in 1936 created a party Sineta ( 'The poor'), which, however, has not received a significant number of votes. Due to a split in the camp of rival Ba Mo in 1937 became the first Prime Minister of Burma, after Britain granted her the right to limited self-government.
In 1939, Ba Mo was forced to cede his post at Co, then headed Block liberty (against the participation of Burma in World War II), and in 1940, was interned by the British authorities for anti-war propaganda. In 1942 escaped from prison, led by a puppet regime in the period of Japanese occupation. See. MYANMAR. As the supreme ruler ( 'adipadi') from 1943 to 1945, Ba Mo attempts to protect fellow citizens from lawless invaders, while at the same time supporting the invaders. Not supported Aung San plans to oppose the Japanese in 1945. After the Allied landings in Burma, fled to Japan, but the spring of 1946 received permission to return home. Ba Mo died in Rangoon, May 28, 1977.