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Georges Eugène Benjamin Clemenceau (/ (1849–1922), in New York City. She was the daughter of William Kelly Plummer and wife Harriet A. Taylor. The Clemenceaus had three children together before the marriage ended in a contentious divorce. The Life of Georges Clemenceau 1841–1929, (London: Hamilton, 1976) Jackson, J. Hampden. Children: Michel Clemenceau. Georges Clemenceau, byname The Tiger, French Le Tigre, (born September 28, 1841, Mouilleron-en-Pareds, France—died November 24, 1929, Paris), statesman and journalist who was a dominant figure in the French Third Republic and, as premier (1917–20), a major contributor to the Allied victory in World War I and a framer of the postwar Treaty of Versailles.

(2) Georges Clemenceau, L'Homme Libre (2nd August 1914) The hour of grave resolutions has come: it is a question, for France, of life or death. There, on the other side of the Rhine, is a strong and great nation that has the right to live, but not to crush all independent life in Europe. Russia has the choice of suicide or resistance. May 22, 2015 · Georges Clemenceau was appointed Minister of Home Affairs in March 1906. Just seven months later he was appointed French Prime Minister. In a country where the life-span of a government might be very short, Georges Clemenceau’s government lasted for two and three-quarter years, the second longest in the history of the Third Republic.