• Chris Cook
  • John Paxton


Turham Pasha was Prime Minister from 1918–20. S. Delvin, 1920 and in Dec 20 H. Prishtina was P.M. for a few days. P. Evangheli, July–Dec 21; X. Ypi, Dec 21–Dec 22. A. Zogu (later King Zog) Dec 22–Feb 24; S. Verlaci, Feb 24–June 24; F. Noli, Jun–Dec 24; K. Kotta, Dec 24–Mar 30.


Prime Minister Foreign Minister European Politics British Prime Minister Provisional Government 
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