Maurice Broods of Murville
Maurice Broods of Murville , born with Rheims the January 24th 1907 and died in Paris the December 24th 1999, was a Politician French, protesting, Prime Minister for 11 months of 1968 with 1969 under the presidency of the general de Gaulle.
Received with the contest of the tax inspectorate in 1930, he becomes director of Finances external of the Régime of Vichy in September 1940, and sits for this reason at the armistice council of Wiesbaden.
In March 1943, after the American unloading in North Africa, it leaves for Algiers, via the Spain, where had sent it Jean Jardin, principal private secretary of Pierre Laval, to have a man with him in the other camp the tax inspector having received an official passport of the Vichy government, Charles de Gaulle would have declared: “Broods passed the Pyrenees in sleeping. ” It is put at the service of the general Henri Giraud.
In February 1945, he becomes member of GPRF (Provisional government of the French Republic) with the row of Ambassadeur near the Italian government.
At the time it return to the capacity of the general de Gaulle, he becomes Foreign Minister, station which he preserves until the rehandling which immediately follows May 68 where he replaces with Finances Michel Debré keeping this station only little time: well quickly after the elections, he becomes a Prime Minister of transition, to replace Georges Pompidou. With only 15 ministers, he was Prime Minister for the the most restricted government of Ve Republique, record only equalized by the Gouvernement Francois Fillon.
It is buried with the Cimetière of Montparnasse (the 18th division).
- June 1st 1958 - May 31st 1968: Foreign Minister.
- May 31st 1968 - July 10th 1968: Minister for the economy and finances
- July 10th 1968 - June 20th 1969: Prime Minister (Gouvernement Maurice Broods of Murville)
- 1968 and 1973 - 1986: deputy UDR then RPR of Paris.
- 1973 - 1978: chair commission of the Foreign affairs of the National Assembly.
- 1986 - 1995: senator of Paris.
- a foreign politics, 1958-1969 (1971)
- Le Monde opposite (1989)
Quotation extracted the book a foreign politics 1959-1969
- “ the will, it is that to be oneself the craftsman of its destiny - as much as one can it, and one can it well more than it commonly is not believed. It is to let itself some impose neither of the inside, neither of the outside, nor quite simply by the incident of the day. It is to practice a deliberated policy, precisely desired, which one lays down oneself. To let itself impose its policy, it is besides to be assured to collect, of each action, the only disadvantages. ”
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