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  1. Doumergue was single when he was elected and became the first President of France to marry in office. Doumergue died at Aigues-Vives on 18 June, 1937 at the age of 73. Doumergue's First Ministry, 9 December 1913 – 9 June 1914. Gaston Doumergue – President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs; Joseph Noulens – Minister of War

  2. Gaston Doumergue, né le 1 er août 1863 à Aigues-Vives et mort le 18 juin 1937 dans la même ville, est un homme d'État français. Il est président de la République française du 13 juin 1924 au 13 juin 1931 .

  3. Gaston Doumergue: 2 9 de febrero de 1934 8 de noviembre de 1934 Partido Radical Socialista (Gobierno de Unidad Nacional) Pierre-Étienne Flandin: 1 8 de noviembre de 1934 1 de junio de 1935 Alianza Democrática: Fernand Bouisson: 1 de junio de 1935 7 de junio de 1935 Partido Republicano Socialista: Pierre Laval: 4 7 de junio de 1935 24 de enero ...

  4. Calvin Coolidge (born John Calvin Coolidge Jr.; / ˈ k uː l ɪ dʒ /; July 4, 1872 – January 5, 1933) was the 30th president of the United States from 1923 to 1929. . Born in Vermont, Coolidge was a Republican lawyer from New England who climbed up the ladder of Massachusetts state politics, becoming the state's 48th govern

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › GastonGaston - Wikipedia

    Gaston de Foix, Count of Candale (1448–1500), French nobleman; Gastón de Peralta (1510–1587), Spanish nobleman; Gaston Defferre (1910–1986), French politician; Gaston Doumergue (1863–1937), French politician and President; Gastón Etlis (born 1974), Argentinian tennis player; Gaston Eyskens (1905–1988), Belgian politician and Prime ...

  6. Gaston Doumergue (1863–1937) 13 June 1924 13 June 1931 7 years, 0 days Radical-Socialist and Radical Republican Party: The first Protestant President, he took a firm political stance against Germany and its resurgent nationalism. His seven-year term was marked by ministerial discontinuity. 14 Paul Doumer (1857–1932) 13 June 1931 7 May 1932 †

  7. Gaston Doumergue (1863-1937) 22 février 1923: 17 juin 1924: RAD: Ancien président du Conseil. Élu président de la République française le 13 juin 1924. 12: Justin de Selves (1848-1934) 19 juin 1924: 14 janvier 1927: PRDS, AD: Ancien ministre. 13: Paul Doumer (1857-1932) 14 janvier 1927: 11 juin 1931: Sans étiquette