1931 in France
This page relates to the year 1931 Gregorian Calendrier.
- January 27th: Pierre Laval president of the Council, without the participation of the radicals (end in January 1932).
- March 28th: “Banking” the Marthe Hanau, founder of the Gazette of the Franc and the Nations , is condemned to two years of prison for swindle and breach of trust.
- April 8th: Marriage with the Palate from Orleans to Palermo of the heir to the prétendance orleanist with the throne to France. Henri of Orleans (1908-1999), “count de Paris”, marries Isabelle of Orleans and Bragance (1911-2003). A floor of royal and imperial highnesses representing the whole of European monarchies attend the event and of the thousands of French monarchists, in particular of French Action, made displacement.
- May 6th: Opening of the colonial Exposure of Vincennes, it will accommodate 34 million visitors.
- May 13rd: Paul Doumer President of the Republic, succeeds Gaston Doumergue (fine in 1932).
- June 14th: The Naufrage of the Saint-Philibert with the mouth of the the Loire makes 450 Victime S.
- June 20th: Hoover moratorium which proposes a one year adjournment for the war debts and repairs.
- the pay slip becomes obligatory.
- the active population is of 20,5 million (19,4 in 1946, 20,6 in 1968, 21,8 in 1975).
- the urban population exceeds the rural population for the first time (cities of more than 2000 inhabitants).
- First rail-car Renault on the network of State.
- the year 1931 in the world
- Chronology of France under the Third Republic (1918-1940)
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