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Boselli was born in Savona, Liguria on June 8, 1838. Boselli was the first professor of science at the University of Rome prior to entering politics. He served for 51 years as a liberal rightist parliamentary deputy, and as a senator from 1921. Appointed Minister of Education in 1888, Boselli reorganised the Bank of Italy with his next portfolio, as Minister of the Treasury in 1899. He also served in Sidney Sonnino's 1906 government. In June 1916 he was a relatively undistinguished center-right politician and one of the oldest members of the Italian parliament, when he was appointed Prime Minister, following the collapse of the Salandra government as a result of military defeats. His government fell in October 1917 as a result of the Italian military defeat in the Caporetto. During Boselli's time as prime minister, a decree of August 1917 extended the principle of compulsory insurance against accidents to agricultural workers generally. He died in Rome on March 10, 1932, and was buried in Turin

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>Boselli was born in Savona, Liguria on June 8, 1838. >Boselli was the first professor of science at the University of Rome prior to entering politics. He served for 51 years as a liberal rightist parliamentary deputy, and as a senator from 1921. ⇒ボセッリは、1838年6月8日にリグリア州サボーナに生まれた。 ⇒ボセッリは、政界に入る前はローマ大学の科学の、最初の教授であった。彼は、自由主義の右派の代議員として、そのうち1921年からは上院議員として、51年間奉職した。 >Appointed Minister of Education in 1888, Boselli reorganised the Bank of Italy with his next portfolio, as Minister of the Treasury in 1899. He also served in Sidney Sonnino's 1906 government. ⇒ボセッリは1888年に文部大臣に任命され、1899年には財務大臣として、彼の自前のポートフォリオ論をもってイタリア銀行を再編成した。彼はまた、1906年のシドニー・ソンニーノの政府閣僚を勤めた。 >In June 1916 he was a relatively undistinguished center-right politician and one of the oldest members of the Italian parliament, when he was appointed Prime Minister, following the collapse of the Salandra government as a result of military defeats. His government fell in October 1917 as a result of the Italian military defeat in the Caporetto. ⇒1916年6月、彼は比較的目立たない中道右派の政治家で、イタリア議会で最年長メンバーの1人であった。そんな時、軍事的敗北の結果としてのサランドラ政権の崩壊を受け継ぐ形で首相に任命された。彼の政府も、カポレットでイタリアの軍事的敗北の結果として1917年10月に崩壊した。 >During Boselli's time as prime minister, a decree of August 1917 extended the principle of compulsory insurance against accidents to agricultural workers generally. >He died in Rome on March 10, 1932, and was buried in Turin ⇒ボセッリが首相であった時期、1917年8月の法令により、一般に農業労働者の事故に対する、強制保険の原則が広まった。 ⇒彼は、1932年3月10日、ローマで死去し、トリノに埋葬された。

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