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René Mayer, French prime minister

René Mayer (1895-1972) was a French Radical politician of the Fourth Republic who served briefly as Prime Minister during 1953. This image has been released into the public domain by the copyright holder, its copyright has expired, or it is ineligible for copyright. ... This image has been released into the public domain by the copyright holder, its copyright has expired, or it is ineligible for copyright. ... 1895 was a common year starting on Tuesday (see link for calendar). ... 1972 was a leap year that started on a Saturday. ... The Radical Party (Parti Radical or Républicains Radicaux et Radicaux-Socialistes, Radical Republicans and Radical Socialists), was a major French political party of the early to mid 20th century, originally considered radical due to its anti-clericalism. ... The Fourth Republic existed in France between 1946 and 1958. ... 1953 is a common year starting on Thursday. ...


Mayer's Ministry, 8 January - 28 June 1953

  • René Mayer - President of the Council
  • Henri Queuille - Vice President of the Council
  • Georges Bidault - Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • René Pleven - Minister of National Defense and Armed Forces
  • Charles Brune - Minister of the Interior
  • Maurice Bourgès-Maunoury - Minister of Finance
  • Robert Buron - Minister of Economic Affairs
  • Jean Moreau - Minister of Budget
  • Jean-Marie Louvel - Minister of Industry and Energy
  • Paul Bacon - Minister of Labour and Social Security
  • Léon Martinaud-Deplat - Minister of Justice
  • André Marie - Minister of National Education
  • Henri Bergasse - Minister of Veterans and War Victims
  • Camille Laurens - Minister of Agriculture
  • Louis Jacquinot - Minister of Overseas France
  • André Morice - Minister of Public Works, Transport, and Tourism
  • Paul Ribeyre - Minister of Public Health and Population
  • Pierre Courant - Minister of Reconstruction and Town Planning
  • Roger Duchet - Minister of Posts
  • Paul Ribeyre - Minister of Commerce
  • Jean Letourneau - Minister of Relations with Partner States
  • Édouard Bonnefous - Minister of State
  • Paul Coste-Floret - Minister of State

Changes January 8 is the 8th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. ... This article is in need of attention. ... 1953 is a common year starting on Thursday. ... Queuilles First Government, 11 September 1948 - 28 October 1949 Henri Queuille - President of the Council and Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs André Marie - Vice President of the Council and Minister of Justice Robert Schuman - Minister of Foreign Affairs Paul Ramadier - Minister of National Defense Jules Moch - Minister of... Georges Bidault, French statesman Georges-Augustin Bidault (October 5, 1899 - January 27, 1983) was a French politician and active in the French Resistance and Organisation de lArmée Secrète (OAS). ... René Pleven, French prime minister René Pleven (April 1901 - January 13, 1993) was a notable French politician of the Fourth Republic. ... Paul Bacon (born 1st November 1907 in Paris, died on 6th December 1999) was a French politician. ... Louis Jacquinot (16 September 1898, Gondrecourt-le-Château (Meuse) - 14 June 1993, Paris) was a French lawyer and politician, chief of Prime Minister Raymond Poincarés office. ...


February 11 is the 42nd day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. ... 1953 is a common year starting on Thursday. ...

Preceded by:
(none)
Minister of Public Works and Transport
1944–1945
Succeeded by:
Jules Moch
Preceded by:
Robert Schuman
Minister of Finance
1947–1948
Succeeded by:
Paul Reynaud
Preceded by:
Jules Moch
Minister of Economic Affairs
1947–1948
Preceded by:
Pierre-Henri Teitgen
Minister of National Defence
1948
Succeeded by:
Paul Ramadier
Preceded by:
Robert Lecourt
Minister of Justice
1949–1951
Succeeded by:
Edgar Faure
Preceded by:
Guy Mollet and René Pleven
Deputy Prime Minister of France
1951–1952
Succeeded by:
Henri Queuille
Preceded by:
Maurice Petsche
Minister of Finance
1951–1951
Succeeded by:
Edgar Faure
Minister of Economic Affairs
1951–1952
Succeeded by:
Robert Buron
Preceded by:
Antoine Pinay
Prime Minister of France
1953
Succeeded by:
Joseph Laniel


Jules Moch , a French politician, was born in Paris on March 15, 1893 and died on August 1, 1985 in Cabris (Alpes-Maritimes). ... For the German composer, see Robert Schumann Robert Schuman in 1958, receiving Karlspreis in the city of Aachen Robert Schuman (29 June 1886-4 September 1963) was a noted German-born French politician who is regarded as one of the founders of the European Union. ... The Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry (Ministre de lEconomie, des Finances et de lIndustrie), or Minister of Finances for short, is one of the most prominent positions in the cabinet of France after the Prime Minister. ... Reynauds Government, 21 March - 16 June 1940 Paul Reynaud - President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs Camille Chautemps - Vice President of the Council Édouard Daladier - Minister of National Defense and War Raoul Dautry - Minister of Armaments Henri Roy - Minister of the Interior Lucien Lamoureux - Minister of Finance... Jules Moch , a French politician, was born in Paris on March 15, 1893 and died on August 1, 1985 in Cabris (Alpes-Maritimes). ... The Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry (Ministre de lEconomie, des Finances et de lIndustrie), or Minister of Finances for short, is one of the most prominent positions in the cabinet of France after the Prime Minister. ... Pierre-Henri Teitgen was born in Rennes on May 29th, 1908 and died on April, 6th 1997 in Paris . ... Categories: French government | Stub ... Categories: Stub | 1888 births | 1961 deaths | Prime ministers of France ... Categories: French government | Stub ... Edgar Faure, French statesman Edgar Faure (August 18, 1908 - March 30, 1988) was a French statesman. ... Guy Mollet Guy Mollet (31 December 1905 - 3 October 1975), French politician, was born in Flers, in Normandy, the son of a textile worker. ... René Pleven, French prime minister René Pleven (April 1901 - January 13, 1993) was a notable French politician of the Fourth Republic. ... Queuilles First Government, 11 September 1948 - 28 October 1949 Henri Queuille - President of the Council and Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs André Marie - Vice President of the Council and Minister of Justice Robert Schuman - Minister of Foreign Affairs Paul Ramadier - Minister of National Defense Jules Moch - Minister of... The Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry (Ministre de lEconomie, des Finances et de lIndustrie), or Minister of Finances for short, is one of the most prominent positions in the cabinet of France after the Prime Minister. ... Edgar Faure, French statesman Edgar Faure (August 18, 1908 - March 30, 1988) was a French statesman. ... The Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry (Ministre de lEconomie, des Finances et de lIndustrie), or Minister of Finances for short, is one of the most prominent positions in the cabinet of France after the Prime Minister. ... Categories: Stub | 1891 births | 1994 deaths | Prime ministers of France | Centenarians ... The Prime Minister of France (Premier ministre de la France) is the functional head of the Cabinet of France. ... Laniels Ministry, 28 June 1953 - 19 June 1954 Joseph Laniel - President of the Council Henri Queuille - Vice President of the Council Paul Reynaud - Vice President of the Council Pierre-Henri Teitgen - Vice President of the Council Georges Bidault - Minister of Foreign Affairs René Pleven - Minister of National Defense and...


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