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Cocherel
(Commune d'Houlbec-Cocherel)
Eure

Haute-Normandie

Rue de l'Église de Cocherel

Aristide Briand

Nantes 1862 - Paris 1932
French statesman, Prime Minister of France (11 terms between 1909 and 1929)
(Wikipedia)
Émile Guillaume
Ferdinand Barbedienne Fondeur (Paris)
1932 ?

Cocherel /  Aristide Briand   Cocherel /  Aristide Briand

Description

Bronze plaque on a wall near Briand's tomb.

Inscription(s)

Signed: Emile Guillaume
f. barbedienne

Annotation

Briand 'discovered' Cocherel in 1908 and bought a house in the village. He was buried in Cocherel (Cne d'Houlbec-Cocherel - the river Eure divides the village of Cocherel in a part belonging to Houlbec and a part to Hardencourt). On the Hardencourt side of the river is a statue.

Sculptor

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Location (N 49°3'9" - E 1°20'24")

Item Code: frhn056; Photograph: 29 August 2011
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