Peter Semmens

Peter Demarc Semmens
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Peter Semmens c. 1918
1st Chancellor of Jyau
In office
July 16th, 1919 – September 2nd, 1919
Succeeded byWinston Brisley
Governor of Jyau Province
In office
February 6th, 1910 – October 4th, 1917
Personal details
BornNovember 2, 1865
Gutaai, Jyau Province, Vitosium
DiedDecember 13th, 1926 (Age:61)
Granbier, Jyau
NationalityJyaueze
Political partyConservative Party
Height5 ft 5 in (165 cm)
Spouse(s)Maria Josiphia
Military service
AllegianceVitosium
Years of service1883-1893
RankGeneral

Peter Demarc Semmens was a Jyau-born Vitosium military figure, politician, and statesman who became the 1st Chancellor of Jyau upon the independence of Jyau in 1919. Prior to this role, he served as the Vitosium-appointed Governor of the Province of Jyau from 1910 until his removal by Prime Minister Rudolph Raymond, and also served in the Vitosium Armed Forces. He is widely considered to be one of the founding fathers of modern Jyau, being one of the most outspoken figures for independence and a proponent of the Hickling Act. However, he is known for his extremist views which led to unrest in the years leading up to independence, and he was quickly removed from his Chancellorship and replaced by Winston Brisley.

Early Life, Education, and Family

Military Career

Governor of Jyau

Chancellor of Jyau

Independence

Removal From Office

Later Years