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    4662-6
    Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), French politician.
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    3623-8
    Newspapers announcing the new government formed by Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), French Prime Minister. Paris, 1933.
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    3982 x 2912 pixels (1268 Ko)

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    80031-15
    World War II. Camille Chautemps (second from the left, 1885-1971), French politician, making a speech about the birth anniversary of George Washington (1732-1799), first President of the United States, during a banquet organized at the American Club by the American people living in Paris. His speech also mentioned the efforts from France and the United States in order to keep on defending the civilization and progress of humanity. On his right : Ronald Campbell (1883-1953), British ambassador in France, and Georges Bonnet (1889-1973), French Minister for Justice. Paris (XVIth arrondissement), on February 22, 1940. Photograph from the collections of the French newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7176 x 5390 pixels (3735 Ko)

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    22813-3
    Giuseppe Campari (1892-1933), Italian racing-car driver, winner of the A.C.F. Grand Prix, with an Alfa Romeo, congratulated by Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), French politician. Montlhéry (France), June 1933.
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    6022 x 4159 pixels (1774 Ko)

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    4612-5
    Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), French politician.
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    4525 x 4762 pixels (2319 Ko)

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    12947-3
    Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), French politician.
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    6260 x 4370 pixels (9626 Ko)

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    1119-14
    First Herriot Cabinet (June 14, 1924 - April 10, 1925). Sitting, from left to right: Camille Chautemps, René Renoult, Edouard Herriot, Etienne Clémentel, General Mollet and Victor Peytral. Standing: François-Albert, Bovier-Lapierre (behind), Eugène Raynaldy, Laurent-Eynac, Daladier, J.L. Dumesnil, Léon Meyer, Dalbiez, Justin Godart, de Moro-Giafferi, Henri Queuille and Pierre Robert.
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    6737 x 4606 pixels (3331 Ko)

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    1775-11
    First cabinet of Léon Blum, President of the council of ministers. From left to right : Vincent Auriol, Charles Spinasse, Camille Chautemps, Léon Blum, Paul Faure and Yvon Delbos, June 1936.
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    3741 x 2703 pixels (627 Ko)

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    80592-10
    World War II. From left to right : César Campinchi (1882-1941), French Naval Minister, Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), vice-president of the Council of ministers, and Edouard Daladier (1884-1970), French Minister of Defence, leaving the War cabinet. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on March 27, 1940. Photograph from the collections of the French newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7215 x 5376 pixels (5085 Ko)

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    80587-1
    World War II. End of a Cabinet meeting. From left to right : Hippolyte Ducos, Under-Secretary of State for Defence and War, Alfred Jules-Julien, Minister of the French post office and telecommunications service, Alphonse Rio, Minister of Merchant Navy, César Campinchi, French lawyer and Minister of Navy, Guy La Chambre, Minister of Air, Camille Chautemps, vice-president of the Council of Ministers, and Edouard Daladier, Prime Minister. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on November 18, 1939. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7180 x 5424 pixels (5230 Ko)

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    80928-9
    From left to right : Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), vice-president of the Council of Ministers, Edouard Herriot (1872-1957), President of the Chamber of Deputies, King Mohammed V of Morocco (1909-1961), Albert Lebrun (1871-1950), President of the French Republic, Jules Jeanneney (1864-1957), President of the Senate, Edouard Daladier (1884-1970), Prime Minister and Minister of Defence and War, Paul Reynaud (1878-1966), Minister of Finance, Emile Faure (1890-1940), President of the Paris City Council, Auguste Champetier de Ribes (1876-1947), Minister of War Veterans and Pensioners, Charles Pomaret (1897-1984), Minister of Employment, and Roger Langeron (1882-1966), prefect of police. Bastille Day parade on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on July 14, 1939. Photograph from the collections of the newspaper "Excelsior".
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    7191 x 5422 pixels (4341 Ko)

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    80032-29
    World War II. End of a Cabinet meeting. From left to right : Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), vice-president of the Council of Ministers, Edouard Daladier (1884-1970), Minister of Defence, and César Campinchi (1882-1941), French lawyer and Minister of the Navy. Paris, on April 1st, 1940.
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    7213 x 5403 pixels (5373 Ko)

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    3386-1
    Speech by Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), French politician, at the Chamber of Deputies. On the right : Edouard Herriot (1872-1957) presiding at the session. Paris, 1937-1938.
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    3877 x 2766 pixels (1262 Ko)

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    73875-19
    Emile Chautemps (on the right, 1850-1918), French doctor and politician, father of Camille Chautemps. 1914.
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    6683 x 4695 pixels (4886 Ko)

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    2224-5
    World War II. Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), French politician, during the cabinet crisis. Paris, March 1940.
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    3514 x 2641 pixels (659 Ko)

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    2221-13
    Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), French politician, and Anthony Eden, Count of Avon (1897-1977), English politician. Paris, Quai d'Orsay, 1939.
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    3231 x 2600 pixels (596 Ko)

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    14316-2
    "Le Choix" : on the benches of the French national assembly. From left to right : Eugène Lautier, Gaston Thomson, Georges Leygues, Louis Delsol. First row : Marcel Cachin, Léon Blum, Alexandre Varenne, Louis Malvy, Camille Chautemps, Edouard Daladier, Aristide Briand, Paul Painlevé, André Tardieu, André Maginot, Laurent Bonnevay, Jean Fabry. Second row : Jacques Doriot, J.L. Dumesnil, Laurent-Eynac, Edouard Herriot, Franklin-Bouillon, Louis Dumat, Louis Marin. Third row : André Berthon, Vincent Auriol, Adéodat Compère-Morel, Gratien Candace, Raoul Brandon, Blaise Diagne, Anatole de Monzie, Jean Hennessy, Georges Mandel, Ernest Pezet, Paul Reynaud, Georges Bonnefous, Pierre Taittinger). Satirical cartoon by Jean Pennès (known as Jehan Sennep (1894-1982). "Un mois chez les députés", n° spécial du "Rire", on January 31, 1931.
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    4239 x 2715 pixels (1143 Ko)

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    2221-12
    Anthony Eden, Count of Avon (1897-1977), English politician, and Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), French politician. Paris, 1939.
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    2076 x 2577 pixels (388 Ko)

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    11032-13
    The second cabinet of Albert Sarraut, 100th ministry of the French Third Republic. First and second rows, from left to right : Marcel Régnier, Franois Piétri, Yvon Delbos, Albert Sarraut, Georges Bonnet, Joseph Paul-Boncour, Marcel Déat, Camille Chautemps, Pierre-Etienne Flandin. Second on the top, on the left : Georges Mandel. Paris, Elysee Palace, January 1936.
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    3805 x 2897 pixels (725 Ko)

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    3837-4
    "After Schuschnigg or the new dream of Adolf". Satirical cartoon about Camille Chautemps, Adolf Hitler and Kurt von Schuschnigg, about the international policy after the Anschluss (1938).
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    3654 x 3043 pixels (1127 Ko)

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    881-8
    8th government of Aristide Briand (November 28, 1925 - March 1926). First row, from left to right: Périer, Laurent-Eynac, Pierre Laval, Paul Painlevé, Aristide Briand, Vincent, Durafour. Behind: Morel, Levasseur, Camille Chautemps, Bénazet, Renoult, Chauvinist, Georges Leygues, Ossola, Anatole de Monzie.
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    3758 x 2496 pixels (2027 Ko)

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    5043-4
    Camille Chautemps (1885-1963), French politician. France, circa 1930.
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    3748 x 5039 pixels (1695 Ko)

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