Lou Tseng-Tsiang

Lou Tseng-Tsiang (in the idiosyncratic Romanization that he used himself; simplified Chinese: 陆征祥; traditional Chinese: 陸徵祥; pinyin: Lu Zhengxiang; Wade–Giles: Lu Cheng-Hsiang; 12 June 1871 – 15 January 1949) was a Chinese diplomat and a Roman Catholic monk. He was twice Premier of the Republic of China and led his country's delegation at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919. He sometimes used the French name René Lou in earlier life, and his monastic name was Pierre-Célestin.

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1943.(On Elisabeth Leseur.) Allocution de Dom Lou, abbaye de Saint-André le samedi 10 août 1946 fête de Saint Laurent ...

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