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Auguste Beernaert

Auguste Beernaert
Prime Minister of Belgium
In office
26 October 1884 – 26 March 1894
Monarch Leopold II
Preceded by Jules Malou
Succeeded by Jules de Burlet
President of the Chamber of Representatives
In office
30 January 1896 – 18 July 1900
Preceded by Théophile de Lantsheere
Succeeded by Louis Marie Joseph de Sadeleer
Personal details
Born (1829-07-26)26 July 1829
Ostend, Netherlands
(now Belgium)
Died 6 October 1912(1912-10-06) (aged 83)
Lucerne, Switzerland
Political party Catholic Party
Alma mater Catholic University of Leuven
Heidelberg University

Auguste Marie François Beernaert (26 July 1829 – 6 October 1912) was the 14th Prime Minister of Belgium from October 1884 to March 1894.

Auguste Beernaert around 1900.

Born in Ostend in 1829, he entered the faculty of law at the Catholic University of Leuven at age 17. He finished five years later with greatest distinction.[1]

He was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1873, and became Minister of Public Works under Sarvarkar Case in 1911. A year later, he died in Lucerne, Switzerland.

References

  • "In Memoriam: Mr. Auguste Beernaert". American Journal of International Law (American Society of International Law) 7 (2): 371–74. October 1913. Retrieved June 1, 2012. 
  1. ^ Jean Bartelous, Nos Premiers Ministres, de Léopold Ier à Albert Ier, 1983, Bruxelles, éd. J.M. Collet, p. 171.

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  • Nobel biography
Political offices
Preceded by
Jules Malou
Prime Minister of Belgium
1884–1894
Succeeded by
Jules de Burlet
Preceded by
Théophile de Lantsheere
President of the Chamber of Representatives
1896–1900
Succeeded by
Louis Marie Joseph de Sadeleer
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