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  1. Jules Ferry. Jules Ferry ( Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, 1832 - 1893) fue un político francés, activista anticlerical y propulsor del colonialismo. La tache noire ( La mancha negra) (1887), obra de Albert Bettannier que describe artísticamente una lección de geografía de la época en que Jules Ferry fue ministro de Instrucción Pública.

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    Jules François Camille Ferry (French: [ʒyl fɛʁi]; 5 April 1832 – 17 March 1893) was a French statesman and republican philosopher. He was one of the leaders of the Moderate Republicans and served as Prime Minister of France from 1880 to 1881 and 1883 to 1885.

  3. Jules Ferry (Saint-Dié, Vosgos, 1832 - París, 1893) Político francés. Abogado y periodista de familia acomodada, participó activamente en la oposición republicana contra el Segundo Imperio: fue famoso su ataque contra las reformas urbanísticas del barón George Eugène Haussmann (Las cuentas fantásticas de Haussmann, 1868); y también denunció los abusos del régimen desde el escaño ...

  4. Jules Ferry. Político francés, activista anticlerical y propulsor del colonialismo, además de abogado y periodista. Participó activamente en la oposición republicana contra el Segundo Imperio francés. Síntesis Biográfica. Nació en Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, el 5 de abril de 1832 en una familia acomodada.

  5. Jules Ferry, French statesman of the early Third Republic, notable both for his anticlerical education policy and for his success in extending the French colonial empire. Ferry pursued his father’s profession of law and was called to the Paris bar in 1855. Soon, however, he made a name for himself

    • The Government of National Defense and The National Assembly
    • Architect of The Secular Republic
    • Jules Ferry Speech on Secularism, 1876
    • The New Imperialism
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    Despite his long opposition to the Second Empire, Ferry supported the imperial government by voting for war credits in July 1870, during the crisis leading to the Franco-Prussian War. When Parisian republicans reacted to news of the defeat of France at the Battle of Sedan (2 September 1870) by occupying the town hall and proclaiming a republic (4 September 1870), Ferry led one of the columns that converged on the town hall. He was immediately named to membership in the republican provisional government, the Government of National Defense. Ferry's outspokenness about the administration of the city of Paris resulted in his being named prefect of the Seine, the post that Haussmann had held. Ferry consequently served as mayor of Paris during the Prussian siege of the city, staying behind when Leon-Michel Gambetta (1838–1882) and other members of the National Defense escaped by hot air balloon. Ferry distinguished himself by organizing the National Guardof Paris, by work on the fortifica...

    Ferry was elected to the first Chamber of Deputies of the Third Republic in 1876, representing his hometown, Saint-Dié (Vosges), and he immediately assumed one of the most important roles in shaping the democratic and secular institutions of the republic. In that same year he married Eugénie Risler, a Protestant heiress whose family shared Ferry's background in textiles and republicanism (her grandfather was a member of the Constituent Assemblyof 1848). By this alliance, Ferry became the in-law of five other members of parliament, including both Charles-Thomas Floquet (1828–1896, a leading voice of radical republicanism) and Auguste Scheurer-Kestner (1833–1899, a leading voice of Alsatian émigrés). Ferry's long-time advocacy of universal, secular education resulted in his first appointment to the cabinet, as minister of education in 1879. He retained this position under three consecutive cabinets and chose to keep the portfolio for public instruction when he became prime minister hi...

    "I pronounce the words secular statewithout any trepidation, even though, for some of our honorable colleagues they would seem to have a certain radical, anarchist, or revolutionary flavor. Yet I am not saying anything new, revolutionary or anarchist when I maintain that the state must be secular, that the totality of society is necessarily represented by secular organizations. "What, exactly, is this principle? It is a doctrine that [the church] prides itself on having introduced to the world: the doctrine of the separation of temporal and spiritual power. Yes, Christianity introduced the doctrine of the separation of these two domains…. However, there is one reproach we could make against the church in this matter. After taking four or five centuries to introduce this doctrine, the church has then spent seven or eight centuries attacking it. (Applause on the left.) "Gentlemen, what was the key accomplishment, the major concern, the great passion and service of the French Revolutio...

    Ferry was detested in many conservative and Catholic circles for his laic laws, but the controversy that drove him from office and ended his career was entirely different: the "new imperialism" under which France rapidly expanded its colonial empire in the late nineteenth century. As prime minister in 1880, Ferry chose to be minister of foreign affairs, and this led him to the conclusion that France should rebuild its colonial empire, recovering some of the prestige lost in the Franco-Prussian War, and expanding both French culture and the French economy on a global basis. Ferry launched his program of imperial expansion in 1881 by sending an expeditionary force to Tunisia, and the success of French arms there led him to colonial ventures in Africa and Asia. Ferry's new imperialism included the French occupation of Senegal, Guinea, Dahomey, the Ivory Coast, and Gabon in sub-Saharan Africa; expanded roles in many islands, especially Madagascar and Tahiti; and the consolidation of the...

    Acomb, Evelyn Martha. The French Laic Laws, 1879–1889. New York, 1941. Reprint, New York, 1967. Gaillard, Jean-Michel. Jules Ferry.Paris, 1989. Guilhaume, Philippe. Jules Ferry.Paris, 1980. Pisani-Ferry, Fresnette. Jules Ferry et le partage du monde.Paris, 1962. Power, Thomas Francis, Jr. Jules Ferry and the Renaissance of French Imperialism.New York, 1944. Reprint, New York, 1966. Steven C. Hause

  6. Jules Ferry fue un político, abogado y periodista francés, que llegó a ser alcalde de París, contribuyó a fundar la Tercera República Francesa y participó en varios conflictos, como su ataque contra las reformas del Barón de Haussman en París, que convirtió la ciudad en la más moderna del mundo.

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