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Theodore-Joseph Alberic-Marie Lefevre

Theodore-Joseph Alberic-Marie Lefevre, Belgian lawyer, politician. Decorated Legion of Honor. member Chamber Representants, 1946-1973; member Consultative Assembly Council of Europe, 1950-1959, Coal and Steel Assembly, 1952-1958, European Constitutional Assembly 1952 West European Union Assembly, 1954; Member armed resistance, resistance press, World World War World War II.

Background

  • Lefevre, Theodore-Joseph Alberic-Marie was born on January 17, 1914 in Ghent, Belgium. Son of Etienne and Marie (Rogman) Lefevre.

  • Education

    • Humanities anciennes, Institut St.-Lievin, Ghent. Doctor inris, State University (Ghent), 1937.

    Career

    • Barrister, Court of Appeal, Ghent, 1940-1973. Member Chamber Representants, 1946-1973. President Christian Social Party, 1950-1961.

      Member Consultative Assembly Council of Europe, 1950-1959, Coal and Steel Assembly, 1952-1958, European Constitutional Assembly 1952 West European Union Assembly, 1954. Minister state, Belgium, 1958-1973. President International Union Social Democrats, 1959.

      Prime minister charge economics coordination and science policy, Belgium, 1961-1965. Minister charge politics and science program, 1968.

    Works

    • Author articles on politics.

    Membership

    Member Chamber Representants, 1946-1973. Member Consultative Assembly Council of Europe, 1950-1959, Coal and Steel Assembly, 1952-1958, European Constitutional Assembly 1952 West European Union Assembly, 1954. Member armed resistance, resistance press, World World War World War II.

    Connections

    • Married Marie-Josee Billiaert, August 26, 1944. Children: Marie-Caroline, Etienne, Pascal.
    • father: Etienne Lefevre
    • mother: Marie (Rogman) Lefevre
    • spouse: Marie-Josee Billiaert
    • children: Marie-Caroline Lefevre
    • Etienne Lefevre
    • Pascal Lefevre
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    Born January 17, 1914
    Died September 18, 1973
    (aged 59)
    Nationality

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