Jules Abadie

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Jules Abadie (12 August 1876 - 10 August 1953[1]) was a French politician and surgeon in Oran, French Algeria.

During the Second World War, he served as Commissioner of Justice in the Comité Français de Libération Nationale (CFLN) from June to September 1943 and as Commissioner of Education and Health from June to November.[2] Being a proponent of Henri Giraud, Abadie lost his functions after Giraud resigned the CFLN co-presidency in November 1943.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.academie-medecine.fr/detailMembre.cfm?langue=fr&idRub=19&idLigne=125667 (French)
  2. ^ Jacques Risse, Les professions médicales en politique (1875-2002) p160, 2004 (French)
Political offices
Preceded by
René Cassin
Commissioner of Justice
1943
Succeeded by
François de Menthon
Preceded by
René Cassin
Commissioner of Education
1943
Succeeded by
René Capitant
Preceded by
Commissioner of Health
1943
Succeeded by
François Billoux