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Marguerite Lebrun (October 12, 1878 - October 25, 1947) was the wife of Albert Lebrun, whose was President of France from 1932 to 1940. She was a right wing activist and the founder of École des parents ("Parents School") in 1929, an education movement in France.
Marguerite Lebrun in February 1940.
Jeanne Emilie Marguerite Nivoit
October 12, 1878
|Died||October 25, 1947 (aged 69)|
|Known for||Spouse of the President of France 1932-1940|
Together Lebrun and her husband had two children: son Jean Lebrun and daughter Marie Lebrun. Jean Lebrun married Bernadette Marin, the daughter of a retired army captain, in the town hall in Rambouillet, France, on 17 October 1932.
She wrote God, Work, Family, and Fatherland in 1941.
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