joseph paul-boncour

Paul-Boncour

[pawl-bawn-koor]
noun
Joseph [zhaw-zef] , 1873–1972, French lawyer and statesman: premier 1932–33.
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joseph paul-boncour

French leftist politician who was minister of labour, of war, and of foreign affairs and, for four years, France's permanent representative to the League of Nations.

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