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Ministry of Overseas France

Flag of the Minister of Overseas France

The Ministry of Overseas France (French: "Ministère des Outre-mers") is a ministry in the Government of France, responsible for overseeing the Overseas departments and territories of France (such as the départements d'outre-mer and collectivités d'outre-mer). It was separated from the Ministry of the Navy in January 1893, and by a decree of 26 January 1946 its name was changed from the Ministry of the Colonies (ministère des Colonies) to the current Ministry of Overseas France (ministère de la France d'Outre-mer).

The minister position is currently held by George Pau-Langevin.

Minister of the Colonies (1894 to 1946)

Minister of Overseas France (1946 to present)

References

  • Robert Aldrich. Greater France: A History of French Overseas Expansion. Macmillan (1996) ISBN 0-312-16000-3 pp109-114
  • Rulers: France. Ministries, political parties, etc. from 1870: Overseas Ministers (Colonies), Rulers.org
  • Les Ministres de l'Outre-Mer sous la Vème République. Ministère de l'Outre-Mer outre-mer.gouv.fr.
  • L'administration centrale du Ministère de l'Outre-Mer: Ministère de l'Outre-Mer outre-mer.gouv.fr.
  • L'histoire du Ministère de l'Outre-Mer Ministère de l'Outre-Mer outre-mer.gouv.fr.

External links

  • Official Website in French


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