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|Born||3 September 1870|
|Died||12 September 1937(aged 67)|
|Political party||Social and Radical Left|
|Radical-Socialist Party (1910-1928)|
Henry Franklin-Bouillon (3 September 1870 - 12 September 1937) was a French politician.
Franklin-Bouillon was born in Jersey. He was a member of the right wing of the Radical-Socialist Party who was hostile to communism and socialism, and favourable to the right-wing National Bloc and its successors. He met Mustafa Kemal Atatürk in Ankara in 1921 and they became close friends.
Franklin-Bouillon died, aged 67, in Paris.
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