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Wincenty Witos

Wincenty Witos
Prime Minister of Poland
13th Prime Minister of the Second Republic of Poland
In office
10 May 1926 – 14 May 1926
President Stanisław Wojciechowski
Preceded by Aleksander Skrzyński
Succeeded by Kazimierz Bartel
Prime Minister of Poland
10th Prime Minister of the Second Republic of Poland
In office
18 May 1923 – 19 December 1923
President Stanisław Wojciechowski
Preceded by Władysław Sikorski
Succeeded by Władysław Grabski
Prime Minister of Poland
5th Prime Minister of the Second Republic of Poland
In office
24 July 1920 – 19 September 1921
President Józef Piłsudski (Chief of State)
Preceded by Władysław Grabski
Succeeded by Antoni Ponikowski
Personal details
Born 22 January 1874
Wierzchosławice, then Austro-Hungary, now Poland
Died 31 October 1945
Kraków, Poland
Political party Polish People's Party "Piast"
Profession Farmer

Wincenty Witos (Polish pronunciation: ; 22 January 1874 - 31 October 1945) was a prominent member of the Polish People's Party (PSL) from 1895, and leader of its "Piast" faction from 1913.

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