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  1. Henriette Caillaux, ex-Premier Joseph Caillaux's wife, acquitted in 1914 of murdering Editor Gaston Calmette of Le Figaro; in Département Sarthe, France. Campaigning against Caillaux, then Finance Minister, Calmette had printed a love letter Caillaux had written Henriette while he was still married to his first wife, and threatened to print more. Mme. Caillaux went to his office and shot him ...

  2. On March 16, 1914, Henriette Caillaux the second wife of former premier and Radical party leader Joseph Caillaux, one of the ablest, most flamboyant, and most controversial political figures of ...

  3. Gueydan, the mistress who later became his first wife (Henriette was his second). The letter contained evidence of political double-dealing on Joseph's part and ended with an embarrassingly amorous closing, "Ton Jo" ("Your Joey"). By reproducing this document, the editor Calmette added ridicule to his trumped-up outrage against Joseph Caillaux.

  4. 23/06/2020 · ‘When I fired the first shot, ... The shooter was Henriette Caillaux, the second wife of Joseph Caillaux, who had been the prime minister of France from June 1911 to January 1912.

  5. The shooter was Henriette Caillaux, the second wife of Joseph Caillaux, who had been the prime minister of France from June 1911 to January 1912. She believed her target, Gaston Calmette, the editor of Le Figaro, was about to expose the intimate secrets of her marriage. Venomous politics lay behind l’affaire Caillaux.

  6. Madame Caillaux had married her husband under morally questionable circumstances. Already married when she met Joseph, she became his mistress, then divorced her first husband in order to marry her lover. Joseph had married his first wife Berthe under virtually the same conditions, then abandoned her to marry Henriette. An

  7. 21/08/2015 · Joseph Caillaux’s first wife had previously been his mistress while married to someone else, and Henriette had followed in her footsteps. In the months leading up to the First World War, ...