Party affiliation: Socialist Party
Secretary-General of French Federation of Youth Clubs and Arts Centres, 1970-1975. Departmental Councillor for Metz Canton, elected 1973. Chairman of Socialist Group of Departmental Council for Moselle, elected 1973.
Deputy for Moselle, 1978-1981. Representative at Assembly of European Communities, 1978-1979. Member of National Assembly delegation to European Communities, 1979.
Socialist Party National Delegate for the Elderly, 1980. Minister for War Veterans, 1981. Deputy for Moselle, re-elected 1981-1983, 1986 and 1988.
Minister for War Veterans, resigned Parliamentary mandate on entry to Ministerial Office, 1983. Town Councillor for Metz, 1983. Secretary of State to Minister of Defence, with responsibility for War Veterans, under Mauroy Government, 1983.
Secretary of State to Minister of Defence, with responsibility for War Veterans and War Victims (under Fabius Government), 1984-1986. Chairman of National Committee for Commemoration of 70th Anniversary of Battle of Verdun, 'Verdun 1986’, 1986. Philosophy teacher (retired).
War service with Free French Forces in Tunisia and in 1st French Army (de Lattre).
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L’Education populaire ou la vraie révolution, 1977.
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- Georgette Lapointe
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