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Poincare, Raymond



Autograph letter signed

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Special Price CHF950.00


Handwritten manuscript signed, twelve pages (lined paper), 8,75 x 13,5 inch, probably at the end of May 1921, in French, handwritten draft entitled "Chronique de la quinzaine" is a Memorandum with detailed comments on international politics, probably written under the impression of the referendum in Upper Silesia, and is a remarkable testimony of the French point of view on world affairs in the years after the First World War: with the general tenor, that England (and especially Prime Minister David Lloyd George) isn`t vigorously enough towards defeated Germany and shows little understanding for French concerns - particularly as France has had to bear the main burden of the war on the Allied side, followed by a detailed critical analysis of international relations with the demand for rapprochement of France and England to avoid a geopolitical disaster, written (with numerous corrections) and signed by Raymond Poincare in dark ink "Raymond Poincare", a few pages with mild stains, small tears to the lower edges, and a horizontal cut (pages 5-12) repaired on the reverse - otherwise in fine to good condition. Accompanied by a summary of the memorandum (in German).

Additional Information

SKU 6014518
Profession French statesman who served five times as Prime Minister, and as President from 1913 to 1920
Year of birth 1860
year of death 1934
Size in inch (1 inch = 2.5 cm) 8,75 x 13,5
Condition fine
Type of Autograph quotations / manuscripts
Special Price CHF950.00