François Mitterrand

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Person.png François Mitterrand   WebsiteRdf-icon.png
(politician)
BornFrançois Maurice Adrien Marie Mitterrand
1916-10-26
Jarnac, France
Died1996-01-08 (Age 79)
Paris, France
Alma materUniversity of Paris, Free School of Political Studies
Children • Pascal
• Jean-Christophe
• Gilbert
• Mazarine
SpouseDanielle Gouze
PartyCross of Fire,  Democratic and Socialist Union of the Resistance,  Convention of Republican Institutions,  Socialist Party

Faisceau de licteur.svg President of the French Republic Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
21 May 1981 - 17 May 1995
Preceded byValery Giscard d'Estaing
Succeeded byJacques Chirac

Employment.png Co-Prince of Andorra Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
21 May 1981 - 17 May 1995
Preceded byValery Giscard d'Estaing
Succeeded byJacques Chirac

Employment.png First Secretary of the Socialist Party

In office
16 June 1971 - 24 January 1981
Succeeded byLionel Jospin

Employment.png Minister of Justice

In office
31 January 1956 - 12 June 1957

Employment.png Minister of the Interior

In office
19 June 1954 - 23 February 1955

Employment.png Minister-Delegate to the Council of Europe

In office
28 June 1953 - 4 September 1953

Employment.png Minister of State

In office
20 January 1952 - 28 February 1952

Employment.png Minister of Overseas France

In office
12 July 1950 - 15 August 1951

Employment.png Minister of Veterans and War Victims

In office
24 November 1947 - 19 July 1948

Employment.png Minister of Veterans and War Victims

In office
22 January 1947 - 21 October 1947

Connections

Brian Crozier states that François Mitterrand's closest confidant was François de Grossouvre, whom he brought along to Le Cercle.[1]

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