Louis Marin (politician)

Louis Marin
Louis Marin (7 February 1871 – 23 May 1960) was a French politician who was Minister for the Liberated Regions in 1924, Minister of Pensions (Veteran Affairs) in 1926–28 and Minister of Health in 1934.wikipedia
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List of French Ministers of Veterans Affairs

Minister of PensionsMinister of Veterans and War VictimsMinister of Veteran Affairs
He was Minister of Pensions from 23 July 1926 to 11 November 1928 in the Poincaré cabinet.

Minister of Health (France)

Minister of HealthFrench Ministry of HealthHealth Minister
He was Minister of Health and Physical Education from 9 February 1934 to 8 November 1934 in the cabinet of Gaston Doumergue.

Frédéric François-Marsal

François-Marsal
Marin was Minister for the Liberated Regions from 29 March 1924 to 14 June 1924 in the third cabinet of Raymond Poincaré and the short-lived cabinet of Frédéric François-Marsal.

Minister of Liberated Regions (France)

Minister of Liberated RegionsMinister for Liberated RegionsMinister for the Liberated Regions
Louis Marin (politician) was Minister from 29 March 1924 to 14 June 1924 in the third cabinet of Raymond Poincaré and the ephemeral cabinet of Frédéric François-Marsal.

Gaston Doumergue

DoumerguePresident Gaston Doumergueautocratic right-wing government
He was Minister of Health and Physical Education from 9 February 1934 to 8 November 1934 in the cabinet of Gaston Doumergue.

Philippe Pétain

PétainMarshal PétainPetain
Marin refused to take part in the vote on 10 July 1940 that gave full powers to Marshal Philippe Pétain.

Franco-Prussian War

Franco-German WarWar of 1870Franco Prussian War
a small village in the part of Lorraine that remained French after the settlement of the Franco-Prussian War of 1870.

Nancy, France

NancyNancy, Meurthe-et-MoselleNancy (France)
He attended the Malgrange College, near Nancy, then studied in the Faculty of Law of Nancy before moving to Paris, where he settled in the Latin Quarter.

Latin Quarter, Paris

Latin QuarterQuartier LatinLatin Quarter of Paris
He attended the Malgrange College, near Nancy, then studied in the Faculty of Law of Nancy before moving to Paris, where he settled in the Latin Quarter.

Summer Palace

New Summer PalaceLongevity HillSummer Palace, an Imperial Garden in Beijing
Marin was present when the Summer Palace in Beijing was looted and burned.

Beijing

Beijing, ChinaPekingPeking, China
Marin was present when the Summer Palace in Beijing was looted and burned.

Anatolia

Asia MinorAsiatic TurkeyAnatolian Plateau
In 1902 he visited Spain and Portugal, and in 1903 visited Asia Minor.

Pierre Guillaume Frédéric le Play

Frédéric Le PlayFrederic Le PlayLe Play
In all his travels Marin wanted to apply the concepts of Pierre Guillaume Frédéric le Play and the Ecole d'économie sociale in studying societies.

Paul Broca

BrocaPierre Paul BrocaBroca (1878)
He became involved in the School of Anthropology that Paul Broca had established in 1876, and from 1923 was director of this school.

World War II

Second World WarwarWWII
He was reelected in the same constituency in each election up to World War II.

Nomeny

NoményLorraine-NoményNomenum
In 1910 he was elected to represent the canton of Nomény in the general council of Meurthe-et-Moselle.

Meurthe-et-Moselle

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In 1910 he was elected to represent the canton of Nomény in the general council of Meurthe-et-Moselle.

Raymond Poincaré

PoincaréRaymond PoincarePoincare
Marin was Minister for the Liberated Regions from 29 March 1924 to 14 June 1924 in the third cabinet of Raymond Poincaré and the short-lived cabinet of Frédéric François-Marsal.

Albert Oustric

Oustric Affair
In 1931 he chaired the commission of inquiry into the Oustric Affair.

French Resistance

ResistanceRésistanceresistant
He became involved with the French Resistance as a symbol of the Catholic Right Republicans, and was involved in various non-communists groups.

French Forces of the Interior

FFIForces Françaises de l'IntérieurFrench resistance
He became a captain of the French Forces of the Interior (Forces françaises de l'intérieur, FFI).

Charles de Gaulle

de GaulleGeneral de GaulleGénéral de Gaulle
General Charles de Gaulle offered him a position in the provisional government, but he declined.