Roger Lalouette

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Roger Lalouette (born September 8, 1904 in Nantes , † May 17, 1980 in Versailles ) was a French ambassador .

Roger Lalouette, State Treaty 1955


In 1935 Lalouette was embassy secretary at the French embassy in Prague and married Marianne von Rumerskirch, (* July 12, 1913 in Baden ; † August 22, 2003)

On May 15, 1955, Lalouette was Deputy High Commissioner of Austria and co-signer of the Austrian State Treaty .

In 1956, Roger Lalouette was ambassador to Rabat when Hassan II ordered a De Havilland DH.114 for £ 54,000 with fittings for £ 14,000.

On November 6, 1958, Roger was accredited in Saigon . Charles de Gaulle was encouraged by Bửu Hội , a friend of Ngo Dinh Nhu, the brother of Ngô Đình Diệm , who lived in Paris , to convey to Lalouette a plan for the neutrality of Indochina .

On June 9, 1964, Roger Lalouette was accredited as ambassador in Prague for Czechoslovakia .


  • Who is who in Austria. Vienna 1951 (with picture)
  • Who's who in France 1959–1960. J. Lafitte, Paris 1959

Web links

Commons : Roger Lalouette  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Journal des débats politiques et littéraires
  2. ^ State treaty on the restoration of an independent and democratic Austria (Vienna, May 15, 1955) CVCE
  3. ^ Howard Jones: Death of a Generation: How the Assassinations of Diem and JFK Prolonged the Vietnam War. P. 311 ( limited preview in Google Book search)
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