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Roger Seydoux

Roger Seydoux, French government official.

Background

  • Seydoux, Roger was born on March 28, 1908 in Paris, France. Son of Jacques and Mathilde (de Clausonne) Seydoux.

  • Education

    • Free School Political Sciences, Paris.

    Career

    • Assistant to financial attache of French Embassy in London, 1931-1932. Assistant director to resident general of France in Morocco, 1934-1935. Secretary-general, later director School Political Sciences, 1936-1943.

      Head cabinet of Mr. Leon Blum (Minister of Foreign Affairs), months, 1946-1947. Counselor of Embassy in charge of Consulate General of France in New York City, since November 1950. Member Executive Board United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization since December 1948 (delegate to general confs., 1945-1950, assistant secretary-general French delegate, 1945-1949).

      Secretary French delegate, Montreaux Conference, 1935. Assistant secretary-general United Nations Conference, San Francisco, 1945.

    Membership

    Clubs: Cercle de L’Union (Paris).

    Connections

    • Married Jacqueline Doll, 1944. Children: Eric, Pierre.
    • father: Jacques Seydoux
    • mother: Mathilde (de Clausonne) Seydoux
    • spouse: Jacqueline Doll
    • children: Eric Seydoux
    • Pierre Seydoux
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    Born March 28, 1908
    Died July 3, 1985
    (aged 77)
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