Étienne Schmit

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Étienne Schmit (22 October 1889 – 19 December 1937) was a Luxembourgian politician and jurist. He served in the Chamber of Deputies, and in the governments of Pierre Prüm (1925–1926), Joseph Bech (1932–1937), and Pierre Dupong (1937). He died in office, when he was Minister for Transport. Schmit also sat in the communal council of Luxembourg City (1929–1931).

Political offices
Preceded by
Alphonse Neyens
Director-General for Finances
1925–1926
Succeeded by
Pierre Dupong
Preceded by
Albert Clemang
Minister for Public Works
1932–1937
Succeeded by
René Blum
Preceded by
Norbert Dumont
Minister for Justice
1936–1937
New title
Ministry created
Minister for Transport
1937