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List of Third Republic ministers of the Pétain administration

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The following is a list of the French government ministers in the administration of Pétain under the Third Republic.

Title Office holder Party
Président du Conseil Philippe Pétain SE
Vice-Presidents of the Council Camille Chautemps (16 june - 12 juily)[1] RAD
Pierre Laval (starting 23 June 1940) SE
Ministers of State
Ministers of State Camille Chautemps RAD
Adrien Marquet (starting 23 June 1940) SE
Pierre Laval (starting 23 June 1940) SE
Ministers
Minister for Foreign Affairs Paul Baudoin SE
Minister of Finance and Commerce Yves Bouthillier SE
Minister of War Louis Colson [fr] SE
Ministre of National Defense Maxime Weygand SE
Guardian of the Seals, Minister of Justice Charles Frémicourt [fr] SE
Minister of National Education Albert Rivaud SE
Minister of the Interior Charles Pomaret [fr] USR
Adrien Marquet (starting 27 June 1940) SE
Minister of the Merchant and Military Marine François Darlan SE
Minister of Air Bertrand Pujo [fr] SE
Minister of Public Works and Information Ludovic-Oscar Frossard USR
Albert Chichery RAD
Minister of Transmissions André Février [fr] (starting 23 juin 1940) SFIO
Minister of the Colonies Albert Rivière SFIO
Minister of Labour and Public Health André Février SFIO
Charles Pomaret (starting 27 June 1940) USR
Minister for Veterans and the French Family Jean Ybarnegaray PSF
High Commissioner for French Propaganda Jean Prouvost (starting 19 June 1940) SE
Commissioners-General
Commissioner-General for Resupply Joseph Frédéric Bernard [fr] (starting 18 June 1940) SE
Commissionner-General for National Reconstruction Aimé Doumenc [fr] (starting 26 June 1940) SE
Under-Secretaries of State
Under-Secretary of State to the Office of the Council President Raphaël Alibert SE
Under-Secretary of State for Refugees Robert Schuman PDP

See also[edit]

  • Draft:Government of Vichy France
  • Fall of France
  • Maurice Papon
  • Service du travail obligatoire
  • Vichy France
  • Vichy 80
  • Vichy Holocaust collaboration timeline
  • Occupied France
  • Zone libre


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References[edit]

  1. "Anciens sénateurs IIIème République : CHAUTEMPS Camille" (in français).

Sources[edit]

  • Bernstein, Serge (2012). "Le gouvernement Pétain du 16 juin au 10 juillet 1940" [The Pétain government of 16 June to 10 July 1940]. In Pierre Allorant; Noëlline Castagnez-Ruggiu; Antoine Prost (dir.). Le moment 1940 : effondrement national et réalités locales : actes du colloque international d'Orléans, les 18 et 19 novembre 2010 [The 1940 moment: national collapse and local realities: Proceedings of the International Colloquy in Orléans, November 18–19 2010]. Cliopolis. Paris: Harmattan/Pepper. pp. 77–90. ISBN 978-2-296-96634-5. OCLC 795496243. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help) Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  • Prost, Antoine (2012). "La controverse juridique : 16 juin ou 10 juillet?" [The judicial conteroversy: 16 June or 10 July?]. In Pierre Allorant; Noëlline Castagnez; Antoine Prost (dir.). Le moment 1940 : effondrement national et réalités locales : actes du colloque international d'Orléans, les 18 et 19 novembre 2010 [The 1940 moment: national collapse and local realities: Proceedings of the International Colloquy in Orléans, November 18–19 2010]. Cliopolis. Paris: Harmattan/Pepper. pp. 91–99. ISBN 978-2-296-96634-5. OCLC 795496243. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help) Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png

Further reading[edit]

  • Diamond, Hanna, and Simon Kitson, eds. Vichy, resistance, liberation: new perspectives on wartime France (Bloomsbury, 2005).
  • Gordon, Bertram M. Historical Dictionary of World War II France: The Occupation, Vichy, and the Resistance, 1938-1946 (1998).
  • Jackson, Julian. France: The Dark Years, 1940-1944 (Oxford UP, 2004).
  • Paxton, Robert. Vichy France: Old Guard, New Order, 1940-1944 (Knopf, 1972). online

External links[edit]





fr:Gouvernement Philippe Pétain ru:Правительство маршала Петена



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