Paul Peytral

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Paul Louis Peytral
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Paul Peytral in 1914
Personal details
Born(1842-01-20)20 January 1842
Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France
Died30 November 1919(1919-11-30) (aged 77)
Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France
NationalityFrench
OccupationPolitician

Paul Peytral (January 20, 1842 – November 30, 1919) was a French politician of the French Third Republic.

Career[edit]

Paul Louis Peytral was born on 20 January 1842 in Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône. He was elected deputy for Bouches-du-Rhône on 4 September 1881 on the Radical Republican platform, and was reelected on 18 October 1885, 22 September 1889 and 20 October 1893 on the same platform.[1] Paul Peytral was Minister of Finance from April 3, 1888 to February 22, 1889 in the government of Charles Floquet.[2] Charles François Laurent was named chief of staff to Peytral in 1888.[3] Peytral was Minister of Finance from April 4 to December 3, 1893 in the government of Charles Dupuy.[2]

Peytral was a deputy until 15 January 1894, then served in the Senate of France from 1894 until his death.[1] He was Minister of Finance from June 26, 1898 to June 22, 1899 in the government of Henri Brisson. Paul Peytral was interior minister from 9–13 June 1914 in the government of Alexandre Ribot.[2] Paul Peytral died on 30 November 1919 in Marseille.[1]

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Sources[edit]

  • Colling, Alfred (1949), Société d'éditions économiques et financières (ed.), La Prodigieuse histoire de la Bourse, Paris
  • Fraboulet, Danièle (2007), Quand les patrons s'organisent: Stratégies et pratiques de l'UIMM 1901-1950 (in French), Presses Univ. Septentrion, ISBN 978-2-85939-994-8, retrieved 2017-10-17
  • Paul, Louis Peytral (in French), Assemblée nationale, retrieved 2017-10-17