François Mitterrand

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Person.png François Mitterrand   WebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-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
Member ofLe Siècle
PartyCross of Fire,  Democratic and Socialist Union of the Resistance,  Convention of Republican Institutions,  Socialist Party

Employment.png President of the French Republic

In office
21 May 1981 - 17 May 1995
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 France/Minister of Justice

In office
31 January 1956 - 12 June 1957

Employment.png France/Minister of the Interior Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
19 June 1954 - 23 February 1955

Employment.png France/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 France/Minister of Veterans and War Victims

In office
24 November 1947 - 19 July 1948

Employment.png France/Minister of Veterans and War Victims

In office
22 January 1947 - 21 October 1947

François Mitterrand

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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