Thiers, Louis-Adolphe
Thiers, Louis-Adolphe
French statesman and historian, first president of the Third French Republic (1797-1877)

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  • Thiers,Louis Adolphe — Thiers (tē ĕrʹ), Louis Adolphe. 1797 1877. French politician and historian who was the first president (1871 1873) of the republic formed after the fall of Napoleon III. * * * …   Universalium

  • Thiers, Louis-Adolphe — (1797 1877)    statesman, journalist, historian    Born in Marseille, Louis Adolphe Thiers was an attorney in Aix en Provence before coming to Paris, where he frequented literary circles. There, he contributed to a journal, La Constitution, and… …   France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

  • Thiers, (Louis-) Adolphe — (18 abr. 1797, Marsella, Francia–3 sep. 1877, Saint Germain en Laye, cerca de París). Político e historiador francés. Se trasladó a París en 1821 como periodista y cofundó el periódico opositor Le National en 1830. En la Revolución de julio apoyó …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Thiers, (Louis-) Adolphe — born April 18, 1797, Marseille, France died Sept. 3, 1877, Saint Germain en Laye, near Paris French politician and historian. He went to Paris in 1821 as a journalist and cofounded the opposition newspaper National in 1830. In the July Revolution …   Universalium

  • THIERS, LOUIS ADOLPHE —    French statesman and historian, born at Marseilles, of parents in poor circumstances; studied law at Aix, became acquainted with Mignet the historian; went with him to Paris, and took to journalism; published in 1827 his History of the French… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

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  • Louis-Adolphe Thiers —     Louis Adolphe Thiers     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Louis Adolphe Thiers     French statesman and historian, first president of the Third French Republic, b. at Marseilles, 16 April, 1797; d. at Paris, 3 Sept., 1877. Established at Paris in… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • Louis Adolphe Cochery — (August 26, 1819 ndash;October 13, 1900) was a French politician and journalist.BiographyBorn in Paris, he studied Law and soon after soon entered politics, joining the staff of the Ministry of Justice after the revolution of February 1848. From… …   Wikipedia

  • Adolphe Thiers — Louis Adolphe Thiers President of the French Republic Co Prince of Andorra In office was Chief of Executive Power from 17 February to 30 August 1871 …   Wikipedia

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