Jules Develle

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Jules Develle (12 April 1845 - 30 October 1919) was a French politician.

Biography[edit]

He was born in Bar-le-Duc from Claude Charles Develle, insurance agent, and Anne Marguerite Rousselot.[1] He studied law and became a lawyer. He discovered his passion for political activity as Jules Grévy secretary. He was then appointed prefect but removed for reasons of political opinion (1877). He was 13 times French Ministry during the Third Republic including Minister of Justice and Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1893.

He died in Paris in 1919.

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This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the French Wikipedia.
Political offices
Preceded by
Pierre Gomot
Minister of Agriculture
1886–1887
Succeeded by
François Barbé
Preceded by
Léopold Faye
Minister of Agriculture
1890–1893
Succeeded by
Albert Viger
Preceded by
Léon Bourgeois
Minister of Justice
1893
Succeeded by
Léon Bourgeois
Preceded by
Alexandre Ribot
Minister of Foreign Affairs
1893
Succeeded by
Jean Casimir-Perier