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Maurice Gabolde (27 August 1891, Castres – 14 January 1972, Barcelona) was a French jurist and politician. During World War II, he served as minister of Justice in the Vichy regime.

After the War he was sentenced to death by France for collaborationism; but had already escaped from the Sigmaringen enclave to Spain before the fall of the Vichy government in exile.[1]


  1. ^ "GABOLDE (Maurice)" in Dictionnaire de Biographie Française , J.Richardot (in French)
Political offices
Preceded by
Joseph Barthélemy
Minister of Justice
Succeeded by
René Cassin