PRIME MINISTER RAYMOND POINCARE (FRANCE) - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/17/1909 - HFSID 280948
RAYMOND POINCARÉ He signs a handwritten 1909 letter to a friend. Autograph Letter signed: "Poincaré, 3 pages (front and verso; integral leaf), 4½x7. Paris, 1909 July 17.
Sale Price $600.00
He signs a handwritten 1909 letter to a friend.
Autograph Letter signed: "Poincaré, 3 pages (front and verso; integral leaf), 4½x7. Paris, 1909 July 17. On personal letterhead bearing an address in the 16th Arrondissement, to an unnamed colleague ["Mon cher confrère"]. Pencil notations by the recipient on verso of p2. In French, untranslated, making arrangements for an upcoming meeting. Raymond Poincaré (1860-1934), French Premier and Foreign Minister in 1912, served as President of France from 1913-1920. After World War I, Poincaré called for harsh punishment of Germany and for adequate guarantees of French security. He regarded the Treaty of Versailles as too lenient. Poincare returned to power as Prime Minister in 1922, serving until 1924. He once again was brought back to power in 1926 and served as both Prime Minister and Minister of Finance. France enjoyed economic prosperity during this term of office and he was a popular leader until ill health forced him to resign in July 1929. Intersecting mailing folds. Fine condition.
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