PRIME MINISTER GEORGES BIDAULT (FRANCE) - AUTOGRAPH 07/14/1953 - HFSID 265336
GEORGES BIDAULT. Signature: "Bidault14 juillet [July 14] 1953" as Ambassador to the United States, 5¼x3¼ printed card. A vocal critic of the Munich Agreement
Sale Price $63.00
GEORGES BIDAULT. Signature: "Bidault14 juillet [July 14] 1953" as Ambassador to the United States, 5¼x3¼ printed card. A vocal critic of the Munich Agreement (1938) and a leader of the French Resistance to German occupation during World War II, Bidault (1899-1983) joined DeGaulle's Cabinet after liberation. He later served as Prime Minister (1946, 1949-50) and Foreign Secretary (1944, 1947-48, 1953-54). After breaking with DeGaulle and advocating forcible resistance to Algerian independence, Bidault lived in exile in Brazil for five years (1963-1968). Slightly soiled. Pencil note (unknown hand) in lower left. Mounting tape remnant on verso (no show through). Overall, fine condition.
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