Alfred Albert Martineau

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Alfred Albert Martineau ( 1857-1941) was a notable historian and colonial administrator in the French Colonial Empire. He wrote extensively on colonial affairs and the history of French colonial expansion, in particular a six-volume Histoire des colonies françaises et de l'expansion française dans le monde (1930-1934) co-authored with former French Foreign Minister Gabriel Hanotaux. Upon retirement from colonial service in 1921 he taught colonial history at the Collège de France until 1935.

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Government offices
Preceded by
Henri Noufflard
(Acting)
Governor of French Somaliland
28 March 1899–13 April 1900
Succeeded by
Gabriel Angoulvant
(Acting)
Preceded by
Pierre Pascal
Administrator of Mayotte
15 October 1902–1 June 1904
Succeeded by
Jules Martin
(Acting)
Preceded by
Léonce Lagarde
Governor of Gabon [1]
26 April 1907–20 January 1909
Succeeded by
Édouard Telle
(Acting)
Preceded by
Ernest Lévecque
Governor of French India
(1st term)

9 July 1910–July 1911
Succeeded by
Pierre Duprat
Preceded by
Pierre Duprat
Governor of French India
(2nd term)

November 1913–29 June 1918
Succeeded by
Louis Gerbinis

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Henige, David P. (1970). Colonial governors from the fifteenth century to the present: a comprehensive list. University of Texas: University of Wisconsin Press. p. 33.