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Who is Armand Fallières?
Armand Fallières: Clément Armand Fallières was a French politician, president of the French republic from 1906 to 1913.
- also known as Armand Fallieres, Clément Armand Fallières
- born on (174 years ago) in Mézin
- nationality: France
- died on (84 years ago) in Lannes, Lot-et-Garonne
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Armand Fallières was elected £ January 17, 1906. The hostile eeling between Germany and France due to French extension in the Soudan was brought to a head in 1911 as a result of an outbreak of rebel tribesmen. active dispute arose, ...
Nelson's Encyclopaedia (1907)
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Clément Armand Fallières was elected president in 1906, and apparently, grows more popular yearly. The strained relations between the government and the Catholic Church culminated in 1905 in the act abroating the Concordat (q.v.).
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