Leon Frederic Mulatier Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, College of Montelimar, 1905. Student National Higher School Postal Service, Telegraphy and Telephony, 1920-1922.
Redacteur Ministry of Post Telegraphs Telephones, France, 1923, deputy chief bureau, 1924, chief bureau, 1933, deputy director, 1934. Director Telegraph and Radio-communications Services of France, 1935. Assistant secretary general International Telecommunications Union, United Nations, 1940-1950, secretary general from 1950.
Deputy director Postal, Telephone, Telegraph and Radio Services, Upper Silesia, 1920. Lectures, translated from German, National Higher School Postal, Telegraph and Telephone Service, Paris, 1926-1940. Chief French delegation Telegraphic Consultative Committee, Warsaw, Poland, 1936, Consultative Committee for Radiocommunications, Bucharest, Romania, 1937, Telecommunications Conference, Cairo, Egypt, 1938, Radio Broadcasting Conference, Montreux, Switzerland, 1946.
Participated in conferences at Moscow, The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 1946. Comite Consultatif International Telephonique, London, 1945, Montreux, 1946, secretary general, Brussels, 1948, Telephone and Telegraph Conference, Paris, 1949, Atlantic City Plenipotentiary Conference, 1947, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 1946, High frequency Broadcasting Conference, Florence and Rapallo, Italy, 1950. Administrative extraordinary Radio Conference Geneva, 1951.
Secretary general International Plenipotentiary Telecommunications Conference in Buenos Aires, 1952.
Married Francoise Henriette Germaine Lavielle, October 14, 1912. Children: Jeannette (Mistress Charles Debray), Gilles.
Grand Officer ordre national du Nicham Iftikar, Tunisie, Commander of White Lion (Czechoslovakia). Commander of Order of St. Charles (Monaco).