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Raymond Poincaré

Data de nascimento: 20. Agosto 1860
Data de falecimento: 15. Outubro 1934

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Raymond Nicolas Landry Poincaré foi um político francês que serviu como 10º Presidente da França de 1913 a 1920, além de Primeiro-Ministro da França em três ocasiões diferentes: primeiro entre 1912 e 1913, depois a partir de 1922 até 1924 e por fim de 1926 a 1929.

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„Those of your fellow countrymen who believe that France dreams or has dreams of the political or economic annihilation of Germany are mistaken…no reasonable Frenchman has ever dreamt of annexing a parcel of German territory.“

—  Raymond Poincaré
Letter to British Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald (25 February 1924), quoted in Anthony Adamthwaite, Grandeur and Misery: France's Bid for Power in Europe 1914-1940 (London: Arnold, 1995), p. 101.

„The most powerful figure in French politics after the retirement of Clemenceau was ex-President Poincaré. He disliked the Treaty [of Versailles] intensely. For several years after the withdrawal of Clemenceau, the policy of France was dominated by this rather sinister little man. He represented the vindictive and arrogant mood of the governing classes in France immediately after her terrible sacrifices and her astounding victory. He directly and indirectly governed France for years. All the Premiers who followed after Clemenceau feared Poincaré. Millerand was his creature. Briand, who was all for the League and a policy of appeasement, was thwarted at every turn by the intrigues of Poincaré. Under his influence, which continued for years after his death, the League became not an instrument of peace and goodwill amongst all men, including Germans; it was converted into an organisation for establishing on a permanent footing the military and thereby the diplomatic supremacy of France. That policy completely discredited the League as a body whose decisions on disputes between nations might be trusted to be as impartial as those of any ordinary tribunal in any civilised country. The obligations entered into by the Allies as to disarmament were not fulfilled. British Ministers put up no fight against the betrayal of the League and the pledges as to disarmament. Hence the Nazi Revolution, which has for the time—maybe for a long time—destroyed the hopes of a new era of peaceful co-operation amongst free nations.“

—  Raymond Poincaré
About, David Lloyd George, The Truth about the Peace Treaties. Volume II (London: Victor Gollancz, 1938), p. 1410.

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