Jules Marcel de Coppet
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Jules Marcel de Coppet (18 May 1881 in Paris – 31 August 1968 in Quiberville, France) was a French colonial administrator stationed in several countries in Africa before becoming governor-general of French West Africa.
Succeeding Jules Brévié, he became governor-general of French West Africa on September 27, 1936, and retained the position until July 14, 1938. Upon his departure, Léon Geismar took over for a few months until the arrival of Pierre Boisson.
- Jules Marcel de Coppet (1947). Madagascar (in French). Paris.