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Aristide Briand

Aristide Briand (; 28 March 1862 – 7 March 1932) was a French statesman who served eleven terms as Prime Minister of France during the French Third Republic and was a co-laureate of the 1926 Nobel Peace Prize.

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Lord Chancellor Of France - Ministers of Justice, 1790-1944
14 March 25 ... October 1906 Edmond Guyot-Dessaigne 25 October 31 ... December 1907 Aristide Briand 4 January 24 ... July 1909 Louis Barthou 24 July 3 ... November 1910 Théodore Girard 3 November ...
Ministry Of Foreign And European Affairs (France) - Minister of Foreign Affairs (1791–2007)
... Delcassé 26 August 13 ... October 1915 René Viviani 13 October 29 ... October 1915 Aristide Briand 29 October 20 ... March 1917 Alexandre Ribot 20 March 23 ... October 1917 ...
Ministry Of Justice (France) - Former Ministers of Justice - Third Republic
... François Edmond Guyot Dessaigne, 1906–07 Aristide Briand, 1908–09 Louis Barthou, 1909–10 Théodore Girard, 1910–11 Antoine Perrier, March–June, 1911 Jean Cruppi, 1911 ...
List Of Prime Ministers Of France - French Third Republic (1870–1940) - Presidents of The Council of Ministers
... Georges Clemenceau 25 ... October 24 ... July 1909 Radical Socialist Party IX Aristide Briand 24 ... July 2 ... March 1911 Republican-Socialist Party 2 Ernest Monis • 2 March 27 ... June 1911 Radical ...
Aristide Briand - Governments - Briand's Eleventh Government, 29 July – 3 November 1929
... Aristide Briand – President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs Paul Painlevé – Minister of War André Tardieu – Minister of the Interior Henry Chéron – Minister of Finance ...

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    A country grows in history not only because of the heroism of its troops on the field of battle, it grows also when it turns to justice and to right for the conservation of its interests.
    Aristide Briand (1862–1932)

    We shall prepare the coffee of reconciliation through the filter of justice. Through reconciliation, streams of tears will come to our eyes.
    —Jean-Bertrand Aristide (b. 1953)