Jean Moreau

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Not to be confused with the general Jean Victor Marie Moreau.

Adrien Édouard Jean Moreau (July 31, 1888 - June 5, 1972) was a French politician.

Moreau was born in Paris. He belonged first to the Republican Party of Liberty (1945–1946), then to the Independent Republicans (1946–1955) and then to the National Centre of Independents and Peasants (1956–1958). He figured prominently amongst the organisers of the European Youth Campaign.[1] During 1953, he was France minister of Budget for a few months. He was mayor of Auxerre from 1941 to 1944 and from 1947 to 1971, and died there.