Aristide Briand


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Aristide Briand
Date and place of birth
28/03/1862 in Nantes (France)
Date and place of death
07/03/1932 in Paris (France)
Offices held
Co-founder of the French Socialist Party (1901)
Member of the French National Assembly (1902–1932)
Minister of Public Instruction and Worship (1906)
Minister of Justice and Worship (1907–1908; 1912–1914)
Foreign Minister (1915–1917; 1921–1922; 1925–1932)
Prime Minister (1909–1911; 1915–1917; 1921–1922; 1929)
Principal architect of the ‘Kellogg–Briand’ Pact for the renunciation of war (1928)
Author of a memorandum on the creation of a European Union (1930)