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Raymond Poincaré ( Bar-le-Duc, 20 de agosto de 1860 - París, 15 de octubre de 1934) fue un político francés, presidente de la República durante la Primera Guerra Mundial y primer ministro de Francia en tres ocasiones: entre 1912 y 1913; entre 1922 y 1924, y entre 1926 y 1929, primo del matemático y científico Henri Poincaré . Índice 1 Primeros años
Raymond Poincaré Político francés (Bar-le-Duc, Lorena, 1860 - París, 1934). Este prestigioso abogado representó en el Parlamento de la Tercera República a su departamento natal del Mosa, primero en el Congreso (1887) y luego en el Senado (1903).
Trained in law, Poincaré was elected deputy in 1887 and served in the cabinets of Dupuy and Ribot. In 1902, he co-founded the Democratic Republican Alliance, the most important centre-right party under the Third Republic, becoming Prime Minister in 1912 and serving as President of the Republic from 1913 to 1920.
Raymond Poincaré. Político francés, Presidente de la República durante la Primera Guerra Mundial y Primer Ministro de Francia en tres ocasiones: entre 1912 y 1913; entre 1922 y 1924, y entre 1926 y 1929, primo del matemático y científico Henri Poincaré . Sumario 1 Síntesis biográfica 1.1 Presidente de Francia (1913-1920) 1.2 Últimos años 2 Fuentes
- 15 de octubre de 1934París, Francia
- Paul Deschanel
- Armand Fallières
- Early Years
- PoincarÉ Becomes Prime Minister, Then President
- The Treaty of Versailles and German Reparations
- The Financial Crisis of 1926
- Final Years
Raymond Poincaré was born in Bar-le-Duc, France, on August 20, 1860. He studied law at the University of Pairs, was admitted to the bar in 1882 and went on to practice law in Paris. In 1887, Poincaré was elected deputy for the French district of Meuse and began his career in politics. He rose to cabinet-level positions in succeeding years, includin...
Poincaré returned to national prominence when he became prime minister in January 1912. In this most powerful position in France, he proved to be a strong leader and foreign minister. To everyone’s surprise, however, the following year he decided to run for the presidency, a relatively less powerful office, and he was elected to the post in January...
Poincaré soon found himself in serious disagreement with Clemenceau over the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, which was signed in June 1919 and defined the terms of peace following World War I. Poincaré felt strongly that Germany should be subjected to heavy reparations and assume responsibility for starting the war. Although American and British...
Poincaré was not out of office long. In 1926, amidst a serious economic crisis in France, Poincaré was once again asked to form a government and assume the role of prime minister. He moved quickly and forcefully to handle the financial situation by cutting government spending, increasing interest rates, introducing new taxes and stabilizing the val...
On November 7, 1928, under attack from the Radical-Socialist Party, Poincaré was forced to resign. He acted swiftly to form a new ministry within the week, marking his final term as prime minister. Citing ill health, Poincaré left office in July 1929, and subsequently refused the offer of yet another term as prime minister in 1930. Poincaré died in...
Raymond Poincaré, (born August 20, 1860, Bar-le-Duc, France—died October 15, 1934, Paris), French statesman who as prime minister in 1912 largely determined the policy that led to France’s involvement in World War I, during which he served as president of the Third Republic. The son of an engineer, he was educated at the École Polytechnique.
Raymond Poincaré Político francés Nació el 20 de agosto de 1860 en Bar-le-Duc, Meuse. Cursó estudios en la Universidad de París y fue diputado en 1887. Republicano derechista que tuvo a su cargo las carteras de Educación y de Hacienda en varios gabinetes a partir de 1893, hasta que fue nombrado presidente del Consejo en 1912-1913.
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