no one worries too much for Raymond Poincaré when he leaves the hotel Matignon, in this July 29, 1929. President of the Republic from 1913 to 1920, several times minister under the Fourth Republic, the former senator of the Meuse has not shouted from the rooftops that he was leaving his post " for health reasons ". Had-he said, moreover, that the opinion would not necessarily believe as it seems that we are either accustomed to see the head change to the head of the government in these 1920s said to be " crazy ".
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