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Albert Viger (19 October 1843 – 8 July 1926) was a French politician of the Third French Republic. He served three times as minister of agriculture in the governments of Alexandre Ribot, Charles Dupuy, Jean Casimir-Perier, Léon Bourgeois and Henri Brisson. He served in the Senate of France and was a member of the Legion of Honour.[1][2]

Preceded by
Jules Develle
Minister of Agriculture of France
11 January 1893 – 26 January 1895
Succeeded by
Antoine Gadaud
Preceded by
Antoine Gadaud
Minister of Agriculture of France
1 November 1895 – 29 April 1896
Succeeded by
Jules Méline
Preceded by
Jules Méline
Minister of Agriculture of France
28 June 1898 – 22 June 1899
Succeeded by
Jean Dupuy

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Albert Viger". Assemblée nationale (in French). Retrieved 5 October 2016.
  2. ^ Uzanne, Joseph, ed. (1906), Figures contemporaines, tirées de l'album Mariani: soixante-dix-huit biographies, notices, autographes et portraits, gravés sur bois par A. Brauer, W. Lenders, P. Leyat, A. Prunaire et D. Quesnel (in French), 10, Paris: Librairie Henri Floury, pp. 278–280, retrieved 24 September 2011 "Mariani" was the chemist Angelo Mariani.

SourcesEdit

  • "Albert Viger", in Adolphe Robert and Gaston Cougny, Dictionnaire des parlementaires français (1789-1891), Bourloton, Paris, 1889 Edition details Wikisource