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Who is Alexandre Millerand?
Alexandre Millerand was a French socialist politician. He was Prime Minister of France 20 January to 23 September 1920 and President of France from 23 September 1920 to 11 June 1924. His participation in Waldeck-Rousseau's cabinet at the start of the 20th century, alongside the marquis de Galliffet who had directed the repression of the 1871 Paris Commune, sparked a debate in the French Section of the Workers' International and in the Second International about the participation of socialists in "bourgeois governments".
- also known as 亚历山大·米勒兰; Мильеран, Александр
- born on (156 years ago) in 10th arrondissement
- nationality: France
- education: Lycée Louis-le-Grand
- profession: Politician
- died on (72 years ago) in Versailles
- buried in Passy Cemetery
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by Jay Robert Nash
But French president Alexandre Millerand commuted the sentence to life imprisonment. Daguebert ...
The Catholic Encyclopedia (1922)
Supplement. I- by Charles George Herbermann
Alexandre Millerand was appointed governor-general. This acquisition was confirmed by the Treaty of Versailles. In 1919-20 the administrative system was centralized ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1922)
Alexandre Millerand, who went to Strasbourg with extended powers, and the title of General Commissioner. Called in Jan. 1920 to the premiership of ...
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