Paul Marchandeau

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Paul Marchandeau (10 August 1882, Gaillac, Tarn – 31 May 1968, Paris) was a French politician. He was awarded the Croix de guerre and the Légion d'honneur, for his actions during World War I. From 1925 until 1942, he was the mayor of Reims. During the 1930s, he was, successively, French minister of finance, minister of the interior, minister of justice, and minister of the budget.

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