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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Vincent Auriol
Head of State
27-Aug-1884 1-Jan-1966 President of France, 1947-54
Édouard Balladur
Head of State
2-May-1929   Prime Minister of France. 1993-95
Raymond Barre
Head of State
12-Apr-1924 23-Aug-2007 Prime Minister of France, 1976-81
Maurice Barrès
Novelist
19-Aug-1862 4-Dec-1923 Cult of the Self
Léon Blum
Head of State
9-Apr-1872 30-Mar-1950 Thrice Prime Minister of France
Jean-Louis Borloo
Politician
7-Apr-1951   French Environment Minister
Aimé Césaire
Poet
25-Jun-1913 17-Apr-2008 Return to My Native Land
Benjamin Constant
Politician
25-Oct-1767 8-Dec-1830 French political thinker
Edith Cresson
Head of State
27-Jan-1934   Prime Minister of France, 1991-92
François Fillon
Head of State
4-Mar-1954   Prime Minister of France, 2007-10
Robert Hersant
Publisher
30-Jan-1920 21-Apr-1996 Le Papivore
François Hollande
Politician
12-Aug-1954   President of France
Lionel Jospin
Head of State
12-Jul-1937   Prime Minister of France, 1997-2002
Pierre Lellouche
Government
3-May-1951   President of the NATO Assembly, 2004-06
Pierre Mauroy
Head of State
5-Jul-1928   Prime Minister of France, 1981-84
Pierre Messmer
Head of State
20-Mar-1916 29-Aug-2007 Prime Minister of France, 1972-74
Ségolène Royal
Politician
22-Sep-1953   French presidential candidate
Nicolas Sarkozy
Politician
28-Jan-1955   President of France, 2007-12
Léopold Senghor
Head of State
9-Oct-1906 20-Dec-2001 President of Senegal, 1960-80
Dominique Strauss-Kahn
Politician
25-Apr-1949   Chairman of the IMF, 2007-11


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