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  1. Pierre Mendès France fue un político francés, que ocupó el cargo de primer ministro de Francia, entre 18 de junio de 1954 y el 23 de febrero de 1955, además de otros diversos cargos a lo largo de su carrera política. Tuvo una gran importancia en la convulsa vida política francesa entre los años 1930 y los años 1980, especialmente durante la IV República francesa y la V República francesa, y marcó con su impronta el desarrollo de la vida política francesa incluso hasta la ...

    • Pierre Isaac Isidore Mendès France
    • Edgar Faure
    • Joseph Laniel
    • 11 de enero de 1907, París
  2. Pierre Mendès France [1], parfois surnommé PMF, est un homme d'État français, né le 11 janvier 1907 à Paris et mort le 18 octobre 1982 dans la même ville. Il s'initie à la vie politique dès 1924 dans les mouvements étudiants d'opposition à l'extrême droite.

  3. 7 de ene. de 2023 · premier of France. Pierre Mendès-France, (born Jan. 11, 1907, Paris, Fr.—died Oct. 18, 1982, Paris), French socialist statesman and premier (June 1954–February 1955) whose negotiations ended French involvement in the Indochina War. He was distinguished for his efforts to invigorate the Fourth Republic and the Radical Party.

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    Mendès France was born on 11 January 1907 in Paris, the son of a textile merchant from Limoges. He was descended from Portuguese Jews who settled in France in the 16th century. He studied at the École des sciences politiques and the Faculty of Law of Paris, graduating with a doctorate in law and becoming the youngest member of the Paris bar associa...

    In 1932, Mendès France was elected member of the Chamber of Deputies for the Eure department; he was the Assembly's youngest member. His ability was recognized at once, and in 1938 the government of Léon Blum appointed him Under Secretary of State for Finance. After the surrender of France to Nazi Germany in World War II, he fled to French North Af...

    In 1947, after democratic French politics resumed under the Fourth Republic, Mendès France was re-elected to the National Assembly. He first tried to form a government in June 1953, but was unable to gain the numbers in the Assembly. From 1950 he had been a consistent opponent of French colonialism, and by 1954 France was becoming hopelessly embroi...

    Like most of the French left, Mendès France opposed de Gaulle's seizure of power in May 1958, when the mounting crisis in Algeria brought about a breakdown in the Fourth Republic system and the creation of a Fifth Republic. He led the Union of Democratic Forces, an anti-Gaullist group, but in the November 1958 elections he lost his seat in the Asse...

    Changes 1. 14 August 1954 – Emmanuel Temple succeeds Koenig as Minister of National Defense and Armed Forces. Maurice Bourgès-Maunoury succeeds Chaban-Delmas as interim Minister of Public Works, Transport, and Tourism. Eugène Claudius-Petitsucceeds Lemaire as interim Minister of Reconstruction and Housing. 2. 3 September 1954 – Jean Masson succeeds...

    National honours

    1. Commander of the Legion of Honour 2. Croix de Guerre 1939–1945 3. Resistance Medal

    Foreign honours

    1. Belgium: Grand Officer of the Order of Leopold (Belgium) 2. Morocco: Grand Cordon of the Order of Ouissam Alaouite 3. Monaco: Gran Cross of the Order of Saint-Charles 4. Tunisia: Grand Cordon of the Order of Glory (Tunisia)

    Aussaresses, Paul. The Battle of the Casbah: Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in Algeria, 1955–1957. (New York: Enigma Books, 2010) ISBN 978-1-929631-30-8.
    De Tarr, Francis. The French Radical Party: From Herriot to Mendès-France(Greenwood, 1980).
    Lacouture, Jean. Pierre Mendes France (English ed. 1984), scholarly biography. online
    Alexander Werth, The Strange History of Pierre Mendès France and the Great Conflict over French North Africa. Barrie. London 1957 online
    • Pierre Isaac Isidore Mendès France, 11 January 1907, Paris, France
    • René Coty
  4. Pierre Mendès-France. Político francés (París, 1907-1982). Este economista y abogado de gran precocidad fue diputado radical-socialista desde los veinticinco años. A los treinta y uno entró en el gobierno de Léon Blum como subsecretario del Tesoro (1938).

  5. La Universidad Pierre Mendès France de Grenoble, llamada así en el honor del escritor Pierre Mendès France, fue una universidad francesa que se creó en 1970. Su campus principal fue el de Grenoble, aunque más tardíamente se creó también el de Valence. Sus enseñanzas giraban fundamentalmente sobre las Ciencias humanas y sociales, la Economía y el Derecho. Se sumaron a estas materias algunas disciplinas científicas, sobre todo la Informática. El UPMF tiene una tradición ...