Charles Tillon (Rennes, July 3rd, 1897 - Marseilles, January 13rd, 1993) was a communist appointed French and member of the steering committee of the party. It taken share with the Resistance during the war. Excluded from PCF in 1952, it is reinstated five years later, before being again excluded after the Printemps from Prague.
BiographyMobilized in 1916 in the navy, it is one of the leaders of the mutiny of the Black Sea (June 26th 1919), and is condemned to five years of Bagne to the Morocco. Recipient of a handing-over of sorrow (1921), it adheres to the PCF and the CGTU and enters to the Central committee of the Party (1932). Deputy of Aubervilliers (1936).
After the dissolution of the PCF (September 1939), it returns in clandestinity and organizes the communist Résistance through the Francs-Tireurs and Partisans (Franc-tireurs and Partisans, June 1941) of which he is the chief of the national Military committee.
Communist elected official appointed of the Seine in 1945 and re-elected in 1951, he is member of the two constituent Assemblies in 1945 - 1946, then he sits at the National Assembly until in 1955. He is member of the Political office of PCF (1945 - 1952), and directing Mouvement of Peace. He is excluded from PCF in 1952 (Marty-Tillon business), reinstated in 1957, and excluded again in 1970 after having protested against the invasion of Czechoslovakia and having criticized Stalinist operation of PCF. In 1974, it is withdrawn in its native Brittany and settles with Bouëxière where it is devoted to the writing and painting. He dies in Marseilles the January 13rd 1993 and is buried with Rennes, with the cemetery of the East.
Minister for the Air of the Government Charles de Gaulle (1) (from September 10th, 1944 to November 21st, 1945)
- Minister for the Armament of the Government Charles de Gaulle (2) (from November 21st, 1945 to January 26th, 1946)
- Minister for the Armament of the Government Felix Gouin (from January 26th to June 24th, 1946)
- Minister for the Armament of the Government Georges Bidault (1) (from June 24th to December 16th, 1946)
- Minister for the Rebuilding and the Town planning of the Government Paul Ramadier (1) (from January 22nd to May 4th, 1947)
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