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- émile Moreau a.k.a. Émile Moreau was a French playwright and screenwriter. In co-operation with Victorien Sardou, he wrote the plays Madame Sans-Gêne and Cleopatre.
- émile Moreau a.k.a. Émile Moreau was a Francophone Canadian politician of the Quebec Liberal Party. He was elected member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Lac-Saint-Jean and then Roberval, at the 15th, 16th and 18th Assemblies. He was also Legislative Councillor for Lauzon.
- born on (138 years ago) in Saint-Cyrille-de-Lessard, Quebec
- died on (56 years ago)
- émile Moreau a.k.a. Émile Moreau was Governor of the Banque de France from 1926 to 1930 and chairman of Paribas from 1931 to 1940. After retiring from his role as governor he took a job in a private bank. His contribution to the Poincare Stabilization helped the French Franc to gain credibility in the 1920s following the Russian Default post the Bolshevik Revolution. As pointed out in his memoirs, Emile Moreau took active measures to increase French influence in Eastern Europe. It was under his governorship that French Money Doctors were sent to Romania as advisors.
- born in (148 years ago)
- died in (66 years ago)
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