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Moch, Jules, 1893-1985

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    • Jules Salvador
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    • Moch, Jules Salvador, 1893-
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    • found: La Russie des soviets, situation générale, 1925:title page (Jules Moch)
    • found: OCLC, 2002 Jul 31(usage: Jules Moch; Jules Salvador Moch)
    • found: Histoire du réarmement allemand depuis 1959, 1965:title page (Jules Moch)
    • found: Le Front populaire, grande espérance, 1971:title page (Jules Moch)
    • found: Wikipedia, June 2, 2015(Jules Moch; Jules Salvador Moch; born March 15, 1893 in Paris; died August 1, 1985 in Cabris of Alpes-Maritimes; French politician; Jules was born into a renowned French Jewish military family, the Son of Capt. Gaston Moch and grandson of Col. Jules Moch; as an engineer (polytechnicien) who took part in the X-Crise Group, he was a socialist member of Parliament for Drôme and then Hérault from 1928 to 1936 and from 1937 to 1940; he was Under-secretary of State in prime minister Léon Blum's office (1937) and became Minister of Public Works in 1938; during World War II Moch joined and helped organize the Paris underground; he also helped other French Resistance activities in France and participated in the Invasion of Normandy toward The Free French Liberation of France with The Allied Forces; post World War II, Moch was a member of the Consultative Assembly (1944) and of the two Constituent National Assemblies (1945-1946) and then of the National Assembly (1946-1958 and 1962-1967); he was eight times Minister during the Fourth Republic: Public works and Transportation (1945-1947), Interior (1947-1950), Defence (1950-1951); Jules Moch was deputy prime minister from 1949 to 1950, and he was France's delegate at the UN disarmament commission from 1951 to 1960)
    • found: BnF, June 2, 2015(Moch, Jules (1893-1985); French; male; born 1893-03-15, Paris; died 1985-07-31, Cabris (Alpes-Maritimes); polytechnicien, politician, Socialist MP and Minister for Public Works)
    • found: IdRef, June 2, 2015(Moch, Jules Salvador (1893-1985); other names: Moch, Jules; Haddock (pseudonym))
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