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Maurice Schumann

Maurice Schumann
Maurice Schumann (1969)
French Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
President Georges Pompidou
Prime Minister Jacques Chaban-Delmas
Pierre Messmer
Preceded by Michel Debré
Succeeded by André Bettencourt
Personal details
Born (1911-04-10)10 April 1911
Paris, France
Died 9 February 1998(1998-02-09) (aged 86)
Paris, France
Nationality French
Alma mater University of Paris
Religion Catholicism

Maurice Schumann (10 April 1911 in Paris – 9 February 1998 in Paris) was a French politician, journalist, writer, and hero of the Popular Republican Movement.

The son of an Alsatian Jewish father and Roman Catholic mother, he studied at the Lycée Janson de Sailly and the Lycée Henri-IV. He converted to his mother's faith in 1937. He once said of France's fate when suffering the Allied bombing raids, ‘….and now we are reduced to the most atrocious fate: to be killed without killing back, to be killed by friends without being able to kill our enemies’.

During a meeting of the foreign ministers of the European Community in 1969, he stated France's conditions for Britain joining the community on its third application, i.e. questions of agricultural finance had to be settled first.

External links

  • Interview about the French nuclear program for the WGBH series, War and Peace in the Nuclear Age
Government offices
Preceded by
Gaston Palewski
Minister of Scientific Research and Atomic and Space Questions
Succeeded by
Christian de La Malène
Political offices
Preceded by
Jean-Marcel Jeanneney
Minister of Social Affairs
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Michel Debré
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Succeeded by
André Bettencourt
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