Jules Marcel de Coppet
This article needs additional citations for verification. (February 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
Jules Marcel de Coppet (born 18 May 1881 in Paris – died 1968 in Quiberville, France) was a French colonial administrator stationed in several countries in Africa before becoming governor-general of French West Africa.
Succeeding Jules Brévié, he became governor-general of French West Africa on September 27, 1936 and retained the position until July 14, 1938. Upon his departure, Léon Geismar took over for a few months until the arrival of Pierre Boisson.
- History of Benin
- List of colonial heads of Côte d'Ivoire
- List of colonial heads of French Sénégal
- List of colonial heads of Chad
- List of colonial governors of Dahomey
- List of colonial heads of Djibouti (French Somaliland)
- History of Madagascar
- Hommes et destins : dictionnaire biographique d'Outre-mer (in French). Paris: Académie des sciences d'outre-mer. 1981. p. 144. ISBN 2-900098-03-3.
- Alain Couturier (2006). Le Gouverneur et son miroir. Marcel de Coppet (1881-1968) (in French). Paris: L'Harmattan. p. 202. ISBN 2-296-01823-8.
- Jules Marcel de Coppet (1947). Madagascar (in French). Paris.