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Dr. Georges Clemenceau (1841-1929) in the exercise of his Ministry. Drawing by A. Barrere (1877-1931) in Fantasio n°5 of October 1, 1906 - caricature in butcher with knife and apron bloodstain of one who was still minister of the interior before becoming president of the Council on October 25, 1906 - he who himself defined himself as the “first of the cops” is often described as “the first murderer of France”.
TREATY OF VERSAILLES, 1919 (b/w photo) 1919
French Premier Clemenceau addressing the German Delegates prior to delivering the peace treaty at the Trianon Palace Hotel, Versailles, France
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