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Yvon Delbos (7 May 1885 ‚Äď 15 November 1956) was a French Radical politician who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Popular Front governments of L√©on Blum and Camille Chautemps.

Delbos was born in Thonac, Dordogne, Aquitaine.

During the Spanish Civil War, he worked alongside his British counterpart Anthony Eden in fleshing out the policy of non-intervention.

Political offices
Preceded by
Anatole de Monzie
Minister of Public Instruction and Fine Arts
1925
Succeeded by
√Čdouard Daladier
Preceded by
Pierre √Čtienne Flandin
Minister of Foreign Affairs
1936‚Äď1938
Succeeded by
Joseph Paul-Boncour
Preceded by
Jean Zay
Minister of National Education
1939‚Äď1940
Succeeded by
Albert Sarraut
Preceded by
Albert Sarraut
Minister of National Education
1940
Succeeded by
Albert Rivaud
Preceded by
Guy Mollet, Augustin Laurent
Minister of State
with Marcel Roclore
1947
Succeeded by
‚ÄĒ
Preceded by
François Billoux
Interim Minister of National Defense
1947
Succeeded by
Pierre-Henri Teitgen
Preceded by
√Čdouard Depreux
Minister of National Education
1948
Succeeded by
Tony Revillon
Preceded by
Tony Revillon
Minister of National Education
1948‚Äď1950
Succeeded by
André Morice

Bibliography

  • Benoit Cazenave, Yvon Delbos, in Hier war das Ganze Europa, Stiftung Brandenburgische Gedenkst√§tte, Editions Metropol Verlag, Berlin 2004.
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