Synonyms for king_prajadhipok_rama or Related words with king_prajadhipok_rama

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Examples of "king_prajadhipok_rama"
King Vajiravudh died in 1925, and was succeeded by his younger brother King Prajadhipok (Rama VII).
In the reign of King Prajadhipok (Rama VII), he became a member of the Supreme Council of State of Siam, with his uncles, and his half-brother, including
While Mom Sangwan and her children were living in Switzerland, King Prajadhipok (Rama VII)) abdicated on 2 March 1935, relinquishing his right to appoint an heir to the throne.
Princess Induratana was the 9th child of Paribatra Sukhumbhand, Prince of Nakhonsawan and the 1st of Sombhand Paribatra na Ayudhaya (née Palakawong na Ayudhaya). She had 1 siblings younger brother Prince Sukhumabhinanda. as well as a haft-older brother and sister 8 person. She was titled Her Highness (พระวรวงศ์เธอ "Phra Worawong Thoe") in King Prajadhipok, Rama VII (1927).
In 1929, Lieutenant Colonel Luang Neramit Baijayonta designed the aircraft, which was named "Prajadhipok" after His Majesty King Prajadhipok (Rama VII). It was the second aircraft designed and built in Siam and the first Siamese designed and built fighter, now called Fighter Type 5.
The transition from absolute monarchy to constitutional democracy began when King Prajadhipok (Rama VII) agreed to a codified constitution to resolve the bloodless coup of 1932. The king signed a temporary charter on 27 June 1932 at 17:00, which began by announcing that "the highest power in the land belongs to all people."
Mom Rajawongse Adulakit was born on November 2, 1930, at Deves Palace. He was the second son of HSH Prince (Mom Chao) Nakkhatra Mangkala (later HH The Prince of Chantaburi II, son of Prince Kitiyakara Voralaksana, Prince of Chantaburi) and Mom Luang Bua Sanidvongs. His name was given by King Prajadhipok (Rama VII) of Siam. His name means "The great honorary".
Princess Bejaratana was born on 24 November 1925 in the Royal Grand Palace, Bangkok, the only child of King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) and Princess Suvadhana. Having seen his daughter only one time, the King died the following day. Her uncle, who became King Prajadhipok (Rama VII), performed the naming ceremony for the princess on 30 December.
On 1 April 1926, he became the Minister of Commerce and Transport, which were both included into the one ministry. After the Siamese Revolution, he usually did the royal duties and royal ceremonies represented his half-brother, King Prajadhipok (Rama VII), before his abdication.
Queen Saovabha Phongsri (; RTGS: Saowapha Phongsi (Pronunciation)) was an agnatic half-sister and queen of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) of Thailand, and mother of both King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) and King Prajadhipok (Rama VII). As in accordance with Thai royal tradition, King Vajiravudh later bestowed on his mother the title of "Queen Mother Sri Bajrindra" (; ).
Prince Naris served as Regent of Siam from 1934 to 1935, substituting for his nephew King Prajadhipok (Rama VII) who resided in England during the treatment of an eye condition. After Prajadhipok's definite abdication in 1935 and the choice of 9-year-old Ananda Mahidol as the new king, Naris declined the request to continue as regent, pointing to his old age.
Induratana Paribatra (; ; born February 2, 1922 –). She is the eldest daughter of Paribatra Sukhumbhand, Prince of Nakhonsawan and Sombhand Paribatra na Ayudhaya (née Palakawong na Ayudhaya). She was titled "Her Highness" in King Prajadhipok, Rama VII, but Induratana relinquished her royal titles to marry Somwang Sarasas and had three children.
Boon Rawd Brewery was the first to open in Thailand, and produces its beer under the brand name of Singha. It was founded in the early 1930s by Boonrawd Srethabutra, who had received the title of Phraya Bhirom Bhakdi from HM King Prajadhipok Rama VII. The brewery remains under the management of his descendants, who use Bhirom Bhakdi as their family name.
CU comprises nineteen faculties, a School of Agriculture, three colleges, ten institutes and two other schools. Its campus occupies a vast area in downtown Bangkok. Graduates customarily received their diplomas from the King of Thailand, a tradition begun by King Prajadhipok (Rama VII); King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX), the reigning monarch, has since delegated the responsibility to his daughter, Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, for health reasons.
Klai Kangwon Palace () was the primary summer royal residence of King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) of Thailand. It is in Hua Hin District in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. The palace was commissioned by King Prajadhipok (Rama VII) in 1926. Prince Itthithepsan Kritakara served as the architect and oversaw the construction, which was completed in 1933. The palace's main residence buildings are named Piam Suk, Pluk Kasem, Oep Prem, and Em Pridi.
The bridge was opened on 6 April 1932, by King Prajadhipok (Rama VII) in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Chakri Dynasty and the foundation of Bangkok, shortly before the Siamese Coup d'état on 24 June 1932. In English the bridge is commonly known as Memorial Bridge, however in Thai it is most commonly known as Phra Phuttayotfa Bridge (สะพานพระพุทธยอดฟ้า), after King Phutthayotfa Chulalok (Rama I), the first king of the Chakri Dynasty.
King Prajadhipok (Rama VII) who succeeded his brother in 1925, decided to completely overhaul the system and created instead three councils: The "Supreme Council of State of Siam" (, "aphiratthamontrisapha") (composed of five senior princes, equivalent to the former Council of State); The "Council of Secretaries" (, "senabodisapha") (former Council of Ministers); and the Privy Council of State. The role of the Privy Council was relegated to minor legislative affairs, while the Supreme Council became Prajadhipok's main body of advisors.
The year 1932 was the 151st year of the Rattanakosin Kingdom of Siam (now known as Thailand). It was the eighth year in the reign of King Prajadhipok (Rama VII), and is reckoned as year 2474 (1 January – 31 March) and 2475 (1 April – 31 December) in the Buddhist Era. The year is most notable in the history of Thailand as the year in which the abolition of absolute monarchy by the Khana Ratsadon took place, on 24 June.
In 1927, the Kingdom of Siam was under the absolutist rule of the House of Chakri, under King Prajadhipok, Rama VII. Under his reign, the nation experienced troubles stemming from an archaic government confronted with serious economic problems and threats from abroad, British Empire, and French Empire. The country was also experiencing a dramatic social change as the urban and middle classes of Bangkok were starting to grow, slowly demanding more rights from their government, criticizing it as ineffective. These changes were mostly led by men, civilians and military, who had graduated or travelled abroad. They wanted to transform Siam into a modern country along the lines of a Western democracy.
Born in 1892 as Thep Panthumasen (Thai: เทพ พันธุมเสน), Songsuradet was commissioned in the Royal Thai Army as an artillery lieutenant after graduating from the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy and furthering his studies in Germany where he studied at the engineer school. He returned to Thailand in 1915. From then on he was given many responsibilities, especially in the construction of railways. In 1932 he was given the title of Phraya Songsuradet by King Prajadhipok (Rama VII). He played a crucial role in the Revolution of 1932 and subsequently became an important member of the new Thai constitutional government.