Jules Ferry; 49th Prime Minister of France; In office 21 February 1883 – 6 April 1885: Preceded by: Armand Fallières: Succeeded by: Henri Brisson: In office
Jules Ferry, (born April 5, 1832, Saint-Dié, France—died March 17, 1893, Paris), French statesman of the early Third Republic, notable both for his anticlerical ...
Jules Ferry laws; Separation of the Churches and the State (1905) About-Picard law; Secularity and conspicuous religious symbols in schools; Face covering
Jules Ferry (1832-1893) On French Colonial Expansion (1884) Excerpts from the Original Electronic Text at the web site of the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
Ferry, Jules , 1832–93, French statesman. A member of the government of national defense established after the defeat of Emperor Napoleon
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The Lycée Jules-Ferry is a public secondary and higher education school located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. It is famous especially since it was used in ...
Jules François Camille Ferry (French: [ʒyl fɛʁi]; 5 April 1832 – 17 March 1893) was a French statesman and republican. He was a promoter of laicism and colonial ...