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Théodore Steeg


In office
13 December 1930 – 27 January 1931
Preceded by André Tardieu
Succeeded by Pierre Laval

Born 19 December 1868
Died 19 December 1950 (aged 82)
Political party None

Théodore Steeg (19 December 1868 in Libourne, Gironde – 19 December 1950 in Paris) was a French politician of the Third Republic, deputy of the Seine from 1906 to 1914 and senator of the same department from 1914 to 1940.

He was also former governor general of Algeria (1921-1925) and then resident general of Morocco (1925-1929). President of the Council (and simultaneously Minister of Colonies) of a conservative majority from 13 December 1930 to 27 January 1931, he held over his career a number of important ministerial offices, including Minister of Interior during World War I:

  1. Minister of Public Instruction and Beaux-Arts in Ernest Monis's cabinet (2 March 1911, 13 12 January)
  2. Minister of Interior in Raymond Poincaré's government (14 January 1912 - 21 January 1913)
  3. Minister of Public Instruction and Beaux-Arts in Aristide Briand's third and fourth cabinets (21 January - 21 March 1913)
  4. Minister of Public Instruction and Beaux-Arts in Alexandre Ribot's fifth cabinet (20 March - 1 September 1917)
  5. Minister of Interior in Paul Painlevé's cabinet (1 September - 16 November 1917).
  6. Minister of Interior in Alexandre Millerand's first and second cabinet & also in Georges Leygues's cabinet(20 January 1920 - 16 January 1921)
  7. Minister of Justice in Painlevé's second cabinet (17 April - 10 October 1925)
  8. Minister of Justice in Camille Chautemps's government (21 February - 1 March 1930)
  9. Minister of Colonies in his own cabinet (13 December 1930 - 27 January 1931)
  10. Minister of Colonies in Camille Chautemps's cabinet (18 January - 13 March 1938)

Steeg's Government, 13 December 1930 - 27 January 1931

Changes

  • 23 December 1930 - Maurice Dormann succeeds Thoumyre as Minister of Pensions.
Political offices
Preceded by
René Renoult
Minister of Justice
1925
Succeeded by
Anatole de Monzie
Preceded by
Lucien Hubert
Minister of Justice
1929–1930
Succeeded by
Raoul Péret
Preceded by
André Tardieu
Prime Ministers of France
1930–1931
Succeeded by
Pierre Laval
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