Famous People Named Georges
Take a look at famous people named Georges, such as Georges J.F. Kohler, Georges Bidault, and Georges Bizet.
Civil Servant, World Leader, Prime Minister / 1911 - 1974
After working as a teacher and a banker, Georges Pompidou served as Charles de Gaulle's prime minister for six years before he was elected president of France.
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profile name: Georges Seurat profile occupation: Painter
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profile name: Georges Braque profile occupation: Painter
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profile name: Georges Bizet profile occupation: Songwriter
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profile name: Georges Pompidou profile occupation: Civil Servant, World Leader, Prime Minister
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profile name: Georges de La Tour profile occupation: Painter
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profile name: Georges J.F. Köhler profile occupation: Physiologist
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