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                  Municipality of Jerusalem (Israel)]
  Israeli city flag Adopted 13 Nov 1958 (de facto)
     

Map of Jerusalem
Map of 1947
UN Partition Plan
Historical Jerusalem Maps

c.4000 BC                  Earliest settlements at present-day Jerusalem.
c.1010 BC - 586 BC         Capital of Kingdom of Israel (from c.931 BC Judah only); era
                             of the First Jewish Temple.
c.612 BC - 539 BC          Part of Babylonian Empire. 
586 BC                     Kingdom of Judah and first Temple destroyed by Babylonia.
539 BC - 332 BC            Part of the Persian (Achaemenid) Empire.
332 BC - 301 BC            Part of Greek Empire of Alexander "the Great"
301 BC - 200 BC            Part of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt.
200 BC - 116 BC            Part of the Seleucid Empire.
167 BC - 160 BC            Maccabees (Maqabim) revolt against Seleucid rule.
167 BC - 6 AD              Capital of Kingdom of Judea.

 4 BC - 395 AD             Part of the Roman Empire.
66 AD - 73 AD              First Jewish revolt (Romans retake Jerusalem and the
                             Second Temple is destroyed Aug 70).
131 AD                     Jerusalem renamed
Aelia Capitolina.
17 Jan 395                 Part of the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire.
May 614 - 628              Sasanian occupation (614-617 Jewish autonomy granted under
                             Nehemiah Ben Hushiel Ben Ephraim Ben Yosef [d.617]).
Apr 637                    Muslim conquest (Dome of the Rock inaugurated 691).
15 Jul 1099 - 31 Jul 1291  Part of Christian Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem (fall of
                             Jerusalem 2 Oct 1187 [retaken 17 Mar 1229] and
                             4 Aug 1244)

1171 - 1263                Part of the Ayyubid Sultanate.
1263 - 1516                Part of the Mameluke (Mamluk) Sultanate of Egypt.

24 Aug 1516 - 1917         Part of the Ottoman Empire.
1827                       Ottoman administration created mütasarrifiya of Jerusalem.
Dec 1831 - Jan 1841        Egyptian occupation of Jerusalem.
1863                       Municipality of Jerusalem
10 Dec 1917 -  1 Jul 1920  British military occupation.
 1 Jul 1920 - 14 May 1948  Part of British mandate of Palestine.

29 Nov 1947                United Nations partition plan calls for Jerusalem and its                              environs (Corpus Separatum) to be an international zone
                             administered by UN Trusteeship Council.
14 May 1948                Israeli forces occupy West Jerusalem (New City) and part of Mount
                             Scopus, while Arab/Jordanian forces occupy East Jerusalem and
                             the Old City.
28 May 1948                Jewish Quarter in the Old City surrenders to Arab forces.
 7 Oct 1948 -  5 Jun 1967  Cease-fire agreement creates a UN demilitarized No-Man's Land                              between Arab east Jerusalem and Israeli west Jerusalem.
 
3 Apr 1949                Israeli - Jordanian armistice, Jerusalem is divided East to West
                             along the Nov 1948 cease-fire lines. with several No Man's Land
                             areas between them and two demilitarized zones.
13 Dec 1949                (West) Jerusalem proclaimed Israel's capital (enacted 23 Jan 1950).

24 Apr 1950                Jordan annexes East Jerusalem.

27 Jul 1953                King Hussein of Jordan declares (East) Jerusalem to be the alternative
                             capital of Jordan.
 7 Jun 1967                Israel occupies East Jerusalem and the Old City.

28 Jun 1967                East Jerusalem is incorporated into the Israeli municipality of                              Jerusalem and the city limits are expanded.
30 Jul 1980                East Jerusalem is formally annexed by Israel.


Governor of Jerusalem
1848 - 1863                Ahmad Agha Fadhelaldin Agha

                             al-Asali Duzdar
Mayors
1863 - 1867                Abdul al-Rahman Effendi Taha
                             al-Dajani al-Dawudi (1st time)
1867                       Rafadulo (Dimitri) Astiriyadis
                             (1st time)
1869                       Abdul al-Rahman Effendi Taha
                             al-Dajani al-Dawudi (2nd time)
1869                       Musa Faidallah al-Alami
1869                       Abdul al-Salam ibn Abdul Su'ud
1870 - 1876                Yusuf Diya Pasha al-Khalidi         (b. 1829 - d. 1906)
                             (1st time)  
1876                       Abdul al-Qadir al-Khalidi Abu Huda
1876                       Umar al-Husseini
1876                       Abdul al-Salam Pasha al-Husseini
1877                       Shahada Faidallah al-Alami
1877 - 1878                Rafadulo (Dimitri) Astiriyadis
                             (2nd time)
Apr 1878 - Oct 1879        Yusuf Diya Pasha al-Khalidi         (s.a.)
                             (2nd time)    
1879                       Salim Shakir al-Husseini
1879 - 1881                Musa Faidi al-Alami                 (d. 1881)
1882 - Oct 1897            Hussein Salim Pasha al-Husseini     (b. 1846 - d. 1908)
1898 - 1899                Yasin Effendi al-Khalidi
1899 - 1907                Yusuf Diya'uddin al-Khalidi         (b. 1829 - d. 1907)
1907 - 1909                Faidi al-Alami                      (b. 1865 - d. 1924)
1909 -  9 Dec 1917         Hussein Bey al-Husseini             (b. 18.. - d. 1918)
 9 Dec 1917 - 27 Dec 1917  Bill Borton                         (b. 1870 - d. 1938)  Mil
                             (British military governor)
28 Dec 1917 -  1 Jul 1920  Sir Ronald Storrs                   (b. 1881 - d. 1955)  Mil
                             (British military governor)
1917 - 1918                Aref al-Dajani                      (b. 1856 - d. 1930)
Mar 1918 - Apr 1920        Musa Kazim al-Husseini              (b. 1853 - d. 1934)
1920 - 1934                Raghib al-Nashashibi                (b. 1881 - d. 1951)  HDW
1934 - Aug 1937            Hussein Fakhri al-Khalidi           (b. 1895 - d. 1966)  HI
Aug 1937 -  1 Oct 1938     Daniel Auster (1st time)(acting)    (b. 1893 - d. 1962)  TK
 1 Oct 1938 - 24 Aug 1944  Mustafa al-Khalidi                  (d. 1944)            HDW
Aug 1944 - Jul 1945        Daniel Auster (2nd time)(acting)    (s.a.)               TK
Jul 1945 - 1946            George Henry Webster                (b. 1887 - d. 1955)  Non-party
                            (chairman of municipal commission)
1946 - Jun 1947            John Hilton                                              Non-party
                            (chairman of municipal commission)
Jun 1947 - Apr 1948        Richard Massie Graves              
(b. 1880 - d. 1960)  Non-party
                            (chairman of municipal commission)
Apr 1948 - 28 May 1948     Jerusalem Municipal Council
                            (Jewish quarter; in dissidence)
- of East Jerusalem -

13 May 1948 - Oct 1948     Abdullah al-Tall                    (b. 1918 - d. 1973)  Mil
                            (Jordanian military governor)
Oct 1948 - 1950            Anwar al-Khatib                     (b. 1911 - d. 1993)  Non-party
1950 - Sep 1951            Aref al-Aref (1st time)             (b. 1891 - d. 1973)  Non-party
Oct 1951 - Mar 1952        Hanna Atallah                                            Non-party
Mar 1952 - 1955            Omar Wa'ari                                              Non-party
1955                       Aref al-Aref (2nd time)             (s.a.)               Non-party
1955 - Jan 1957            Municipal Committee
Jan 1957 - 28 Jun 1967     Ruhi al-Khatib                      (b. 1914 - d. 1994)  Non-party
 7 Jun 1967 - 28 Jun 1967  Shlomo "Chich" Lahat                (b. 1927 - d. 2014)  Mil
                            (Israeli military governor)
1967 -  2 Jan 1999         Amin al-Majaj (acting to Jun 1995)  (b. 1921 - d. 1999)  PLO
                            (titular PLO mayor)
1996 - 16 Sep 2008         Jamil Othman Nasser                 (b. 1945 - d. 2008)  PLO
                            (governor of Jerusalem district)
 8 May 1996 - 31 May 2001  Faisal Abdul Qader al-Husseini      (b. 1940 - d. 2001)  Fatah/PLO

                            (holder of East Jerusalem portfolio, Palestinian Authority)
1999 -                     Zaki al-Ghul                        (b. 1926)            PLO
                            (titular PLO mayor)
31 May 2001 - 29 Mar 2006  Sari Nusseibeh
                     (b. 1949)            Fatah/PLO
                            (holder of East Jerusalem portfolio, Palestinian Authority)
29 Mar 2006 - 29 May 2006  Khaled Abu Arafa                    (b. 1961)            Hamas
                            (minister for Jerusalem Affairs, Palestinian Authority)
29 May 2006 - 14 Jun 2007  Mahmoud Tota                                             Hamas
                            (minister for Jerusalem Affairs, Palestinian Authority)
 2 Sep 2007 -  1 Jul 2009  Hatem Abdel Qader                   (b. 196.)            Fatah/PLO
                            (special adviser to prime minister on Jerusalem
                             Affairs, Palestinian Authority to 19 May 2009;
                             from 19 May 2009 minister for Jerusalem Affairs)

 1 Jul 2009 - 16 May 2012  Salam Fayyad                        (b. 1952)            TWP

                            (acting minister of Jerusalem Affairs,
Palestinian Authority)
16 May 2012 -              Adnan Ghaleb al-Husayni             (b. 1947)            PLO

                            (minister of Jerusalem Affairs, Palestinian Authority)
- West (from 28 Jun 1967, Greater) Jerusalem -

Dec 1947 - Jan 1949        Dov Joseph (Bernard Joseph)         (b. 1899 - d. 1980)  Mil
                             (head of Jerusalem Emergency Committee to 1 Aug 1948,
                             then military governor of Occupied Area of Jerusalem)
Jan 1949 - 1950            Daniel Auster (3rd time)            (s.a.)               TK
1950 - 1952                Shlomo Zalman Shragai               (b. 1899 - d. 1995)  HP
1952 - Apr 1955            Yitzhak Kariv                       (b. 1902 - d. 1999)  MR
1955 -  1 Nov 1959         Gershon Agron                       (b. 1894 - d. 1959)  Mapai
Nov 1959 - Nov 1965        Mordecai Ish-Shalom                 (b. 1902 - d. 1991)  Mapai
Nov 1965 - Nov 1993        Theodor "Teddy" Kollek              (b. 1911 - d. 2007)  Rafi/Avoda
Nov 1993 - 17 Feb 2003     Ehud Olmert                         (b. 1945)            Lik
17 Feb 2003 -  3 Dec 2008  Uri Lupolianski                     (b. 1951)            DT
                             (acting to Jun 2003)
 3 Dec 2008 -              Nir Barkat                          (b. 1959)            TY

Israeli Party abbreviations: Avoda = Mifleget HaAvoda HaYisraelit (Israeli Labor Party, center-left, social-democratic, labor Zionist est.23 Jan 1968); DT = Degel HaTorah (Banner of the Torah, Jewish religious conservative, split from Agudat Yisrael, est.1988); Lik = HaLikud (The Consolidation, conservative, nationalist, as a coalition 1973-1988 led by Herut; a party from 1988); TY = Yerushalayim Tatzli'ah (Jerusalem Will Succeed, moderate, est.2003); Mil = Military; 
- Former Jewish parties: H = Herut (Freedom Movement, secular conservative, right-wing nationalist, revisionist Zionist, 15 Jun 1948-1988, merged into Lik); Mapai = Mifleget Poalei Eretz Yisrael (Workers' Party of the Land of Israel, socialist, left-wing, 1930-23 Jan 1968, merged into Avoda); MR = Mizrachi (Merkaz Ruhani [Religious Centre] Party, religious Zionist, 1902-1956, merged with HP into Mafdal); Rafi = Reshimat Poalei Yisrael (Israeli Workers List, social democratic, center-left, 14 Jul 1965 - 23 Jan 1968, merged into Avoda); TK = HaTzionim HaKlaliym (General Zionists, center-right Zionist, liberal, 1922-8 May 1961, merged into Liberal Party); HP = Hapoel HaMizrachi (Mizrachi Workers, religious Zionist, 1922-1956, merged with MR into Mafdal)

Palestinian
Party abbreviations: Fatah = Harakat al-Tahrar al-Filistini (Liberation Movement of Palestine, Palestinian nationalist, social-democratic, secular, est.1965); Hamas = Harakat al-Muqawamah al-Islamiyyah (Islamic Resistance Movement, islamic fundamentalist, est.1987); PLO = Munazzamat at-Tahrir al-Filastiniyyah (Palestinian Liberation Organization, umbrella group for Palestinian liberation movements, includes Fatah, est.1964); TWP = al-Tariq al-Thalith (The Third Way, centrist, est.2005)
- Former Arab parties: HDW = Hazb al-defa al Watany (National Defense Party, Arab Palestinian pro-independence, Dec 1934-1949?); HI = Hizb-al-Islah (Reform Party, pro-Arab self-government, anti-Zionist, 23 Jun 1935-1 Oct 1937)


No Man's Land

[Flag of UNO]

Headquarters: Government House (Jerusalem)   UNTSO Force: 374 (2017)

29 May 1948                UNTSO created by UN Security Council.
 7 Oct 1948                Neutral Zone around Government House in Jerusalem
                             transferred to UNTSO protection.
 5 - 6 Jun 1967            Jordanian forces occupy Government House.
 5 Jun 1967                Israel occupies the Jerusalem Neutral Zone.

Chiefs of Staff United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO)
11 Jun 1948 - Jul 1948     Count Thord C. Bonde (Sweden)       (b. 1900 - d. 1969)
Jul 1948 - Sep 1948        Aage Lundström (Sweden)             (b. 1890 - d. 1975)
Sep 1948 - Jun 1953        William E. Riley (U.S.)             (b. 1897 - d. 1970)
Jun 1953 - Aug 1954        Vagn Bennike (Denmark)              (b. 1888 - d. 1970)
Aug 1954 - Nov 1956        Eedeson Louis Millard Burns         (b. 1897 - d. 1985)
                             (Canada)
Nov 1956 - Mar 1958        Byron V. Leary (U.S.)(acting)       (b. 1916 - d. 2016)
Mar 1958 - Jul 1960        Carl C. von Horn (Sweden)(1st time) (b. 1903 - d. 1989)
Jul 1960 - 31 Dec 1960     Robert W. Richert (U.S.) (acting)   (b. 1912 - d. 1995)
 1 Jan 1961 - 31 May 1963  Karl C. von Horn (Sweden)(2nd time) (s.a.)
 1 Jun 1963 - 31 Jul 1970  Odd Bull (Norway)                   (b. 1907 - d. 1991)
 1 Aug 1970 - 31 Oct 1973  Ensio P.H. Siilasvuo (Finland)      (b. 1922 - d. 2001)
 1 Nov 1973 - 31 Mar 1974  Richard W. Bunworth (Ireland)
                             (acting)

 1 Jun 1974 - Aug 1975     Bengt Liljestrand (Sweden)          (b. 1919 - d. 2000)
Aug 1975 - Dec 1975        Keith Desmond Howard (Australia)    (b. 1920 - d. 2010)
                             (acting) 

Jan 1976 - Apr 1978        Emmanuel A. Erskine (Ghana)         (b. 1937)
                             (1st time)
Apr 1978 - Jun 1979        William Callaghan (Ireland)         (b. 1921 - d. 2015)
                             (1st time)(acting)
Jun 1979 - 31 Jan 1980     Olof Forsgren (Sweden) (acting) 
 1 Feb 1980 - Feb 1981     Erkki Rainer Kaira (Finland)        (b. 1926 - d. 1991)
Feb 1981 - May 1986        Emmanuel A. Erskine (Ghana)         (s.a.)
                             (2nd time) 
May 1986 - Jun 1987        William Callaghan (Ireland)         (s.a.)
                             (2nd time)
Jun 1987 - Oct 1990        Martin Olav Vadset (Norway)         (b. 1930)
Oct 1990 - Oct 1992        Hans Christensen (Finland)          (b. 1942)
Oct 1992 - Dec 1993        Krishna Narayan Singh Thapa (Nepal) (b. 1939)
Dec 1993 - Apr 1994        John Fisher (New Zealand)
Apr 1994 - Jun 1995        Luc Bujold (Canada)(acting)
Jun 1995 - Sep 1995        Jaakko Taneli Oksanen (Finland)     (b. 1948)
 1 Oct 1995 - 31 Mar 1998  Rufus Modupe Kupolati (Nigeria)     (b. 19.. - d. 2005)
 1 Apr 1998 - 31 Mar 2000  Timothy Roger Ford (Australia)      (b. 1945)
 1 Apr 2000 - Mar 2002     Franco Ganguzza (Italy)             (b. 1943) 
Apr 2002 - 30 Sep 2004     Carl A. Dodd (Ireland)
 2 Oct 2004 - 30 Nov 2006  Clive Lilley (New Zealand)          (b. 1953)
 1 Dec 2006 - 15 Jan 2009  Ian Campbell Gordon (Australia)     (b. 1952)
20 Jan 2009 - Feb 2011     Robert Mood (Norway)                (b. 1958)
25 Mar 2011 - 30 Jun 2013  Juha Kilpiä (Finland)               (b. 1953)
 1 Jul 2013 - 31 Jul 2015  Michael Finn (Ireland)              (b. 1953)
 1 Aug 2015 - 19 Oct 2017  Arthur David Gawn (New Zealand)     (b. 1958)
19 Oct 2017 -             
Kristin Lund (f) (Norway)           (b. 1958)



French National Domain in the Holy Land
(French Territories in Jerusalem)

[France]
Map of French Domain
in the Holy Land
Headquarters: French
 Consulate in Jerusalem
(5 rue Paul Émile Botta)

18 Feb 1536                King Francis I of France signs the Treaty of Capitulations with
                             Ottoman Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent. The treaty, followed by
                             others, gives the France the protection of Christian holy places
                             of the Ottoman Empire (protection was expanded in 1740 both
                             individually and collectively to cover all the members of the
                             clergy adhering to the Latin (Catholic) rite settled in the Levant.
 1 Nov 1856               
Church of Saint Anne (Église Sainte-Anne), located in the Old City
                             of Jerusalem, close to the Lion's Gate near the presumed site
                             of the Pool of Bethesda, is given to France by Ottoman Sultan
                            
Abdülmecid I following the Crimean War (Domaine National Français
                             en Terre Sainte
), National Domain of France in Holy Land.
25 Feb 1873                Site of Abbey of Abou Gosh (Abbaye Sainte-Marie de la Résurrection
                             d'Abu Gosh
),
today located in Israeli territory, is given to France
                             by Ottoman Sultan 
Abdülaziz I. The Monastery is founded in 1900.
1875                       Monastery of Eleona (
Monastère de l'Eléona)(also called Church of
                             Pater Noster
[Église du Pater Noster]), located on Mount of
                             Olives in (East) Jerusalem and purchased in Nov 1856 by Héloïse-
                             Aurélie
, princesse de La Tour d'Auvergne (convent opened 15 Oct 1874
                             above cave of teaching of Pater Noster), is donated to France.

13 Jul 1878                Article 62 of the Treaty of Berlin (between U.K., Austria-Hungary,
                             France, Germany, Italy, Russia, and the Ottoman Empire) states "The
                             rights possessed by France are expressly reserved, and it is well
                             understood that no alterations can be made in the status quo in the
                             Holy Places" (ratified 28 Aug 1878).
20 Jan 1886               
Tombs of the Kings (Tombeau des Rois), actually the tomb of Queen
                             Helena (Heleni HaMalka) of Adiabene
(which was bought by the Péreire
                             family 23 Apr 1874)
located by Saladin Street in (East) Jerusalem
                             near the
Damascus Gate, is donated to France.
 
8 Nov 1901                By Mytilene Agreement, the Ottoman Sultan acknowledges the legal
                             existence of all schools and institutions that depended on France
                             in the Holy Land.

 1 Oct 1914               
Ottoman Empire abolishes all capitulations, commercial and
                             institutional treaties granting Allied (French) citizens individual
                             and religious freedom (announced 8 Sep 1914).
21 Oct 1914 - Oct 1918     French Consulate in Jerusalem closes during to World War I. French
                             interests left under the protection of the Consul of Spain, Antonio
                             Plácido de la Cierva y Lewit, conde de Ballobar (b. 1885 - d. 1971).
25 Apr 1920                At San Remo Conference France recognizes British mandate over Palestine
                             understanding that "nothing shall be done which may prejudice the
                             civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities", 
                             effectively ending the French religious protectorate over "Latin"
                             Christian communities in the Holy Land (confirmed by the Treaty of
                             Lausanne 24 Jul 1923, effective 6 Aug 1924).
Jul 1940
 - 28 May 1941     Consul-general loyal to "Vichy" France.
23 Jul 1941 - 1945        
Consuls-general loyal to the Free French.
 6 Sep 1948 - 31 Jan 1949 
Chauvel-Fischer letters, Israel recognizes France's status quo and
                             ownership over various "national estates" in Jerusalem and Abu Gosh.
                             (France de facto recognizes the State of Israel on 12 Jan 1949 and
                             recognizes it de jure 21 May 1949).
Dec 1997                   Laboulaye-Middein accord with the Palestinian Authority allows France
                             to continue protecting Catholic French or French origin Catholic
                             institutions that depend on it in the Palestinian territories.

French Consuls in Jerusalem

29 Dec 1842 - 1844         Gabriel Marie Jean Benoit, comte   (b. 1792 - d. 1866)
                             de Lantivy de Kerveno

 1 Dec 1844 - 11 Dec 1845 
Edmond de Barrère (1st time)       (b. 1819 - d. 1908)
                             (manager)
11 Dec 1845 - 1848?       
Joseph Marie Hélouis-Jorelle       (b. 1796 - d. 1867)
14 Apr 1848 - Jul 1855     Paul Émile Botta                   (b. 1802 - d. 1870)
 
                            
(consul general from 13 May 1855)
Aug 1851 - May 1852        Alphonse Henri Séraphin Lequeux
                             (manager)
26 May 1852 - 1855        
Jacques Alfred Chatry de La Fosse  (b. 1807 - d. 1893)
                             (not installed)
15 Jun 1855 - 1871         Edmond de Barrère (2nd time)       (s.a.)
                            
(acting)
May 1857 - May 1858       
Paul Joseph Gérardy-Saintine       (b. 1798 - d. 1865)
                             (manager)
 1 Oct 1868 - 17 Feb 1872  Joseph Adam Sienkiewicz (manager)  (b. 1836 - d. 1898)

 
1 Apr 1870 - 16 Jun 1874  Gustave Laffon (manager)           (b. 1835 - d. 1906)
 3 Jul 1871 - 1873         Louis Ernest Crampon               (b. 1829 - d. 19..)

                            
(not installed)
29 Nov 1874 - 1881         Salvator Patrimonio                (b. 1836 - d. 1915)  

 1 Apr 1881 - 15 May 1883  Aimé Adrien Langlais               (b. 1840 - d. 1883)  
29 May 1883 - 1884         Charles Ferdinand Destrées         (b. 1834 - d. 1904)  
31 Dec 1884 - 1885         Lucien Illuminé Monge              (b. 1835 - d. 1898)
18 Jun 1885 - 1893         Charles Fortuné Louis Alexandre    (b. 1844 - d. 1898)
                             Ledoulx

Consuls-general in Jerusalem (title Consuls Généraux de France à Jérusalem)
1893 - 1898                Charles Fortuné Louis Alexandre    (s.a.)
                             Ledoulx

27 Jan
1898 - 1901         Pierre Jean Baptiste Ernest Auzépy (b. 1856 - d. 1910)
10 Aug 1901 - 1902         Pierre Honoré Marius Daumas        (b. 1843 - d. 19..)
28 Aug 1902 - 1904         Auguste Boppe (acting)             (b. 1862 - d. 1921)
28 Dec 1904 - 1908         Alexandre Georges Outrey           (b. 1847 - d. 1931)
1908 - 21 Oct 1914         Georges Félix Gueyraud             (b. 1857 - d. 1936)
21 Oct 1914 - Oct 1918     Vacant
Oct 1918 - 1919            Pierre Marie André Durieux         (b. 1884 - d. 1947)
                            (consul, delegate of High Commissioner of France
                             in Syria-Palestine to British High Command)
 1 Jun 1919 - 1924         Louis Joseph Henri
Rais            (b. 1868 - d. 1948)
20 Jan 1924 - 1925         François Gustave Gaston Maugras    (b. 1884 - d. 1965) 
                             (acting)

31 Dec 1925 - 1928         Léon Alphonse Doire                (b. 1868 - d. 19..)
 
2 Oct 1928 - 1937         Jacques d'Aumale                   (b. 1886 - d. 1978) 
                            
(acting to 1934)
 1 Dec 1937 - 28 May 1941  Amédée Outrey (acting)             (b. 1892 - d. 1962)
                             (de facto from
5 Jul 1940)
28 May 1941 - 23 Jul 1941  Vacant

23 Jul 1941 - 1942        
Henri Zimmermann (acting)
                            (vice consul and provisional delegate of
Free France)
12 May 1942 - 1946         Marie Félix Elie Guy du
Chaylard   (b. 1879 - d. 1955)
                            (consul-general and delegate of Free France)
1946 - 23 Jun 1952        
René Neuville                      (b. 1899 - d. 1952)
 3 Jul 1952 - 1954         Bertrand Edmond Rochereau de La    (b. 1903 - d. 1987)
                             Sablière

22 Feb 1955 - 1957         Marcel Marie Augustin Laforge      (b. 1895 - d. 19..)
24 Dec 1957 - 1959         André Brozen-Favereau              (b. 1907 - d. 1989)
20 Jan 1960 - 1963         Christian Marcotte de Sainte-Marie (b. 1902 - d. 1985)
16 Apr 1963 - 1966         Lucien Pierre Lemoine            
26 May 1966 - 1970         Christian Fouache d'Halloy         (b. 1905 - d. 2003)
22 Jun 1970 - 1975         Paul Antoine René Henry            (b. 1917)
13 Dec 1975 - 1978         Pierre Henri Daniel Bitard         (b. 1924)
1978 - 1982                Bernard Jean Marie Lopinot         (b. 1923)
 1 Sep 1982 - 1986         Jean François Guéguinou            (b. 1941)
1986 - 1988                Jean–Claude Cousseran              (b. 1944)
1988 - 1991                Gilles d'Humières                  (b. 1943)   
15 Oct 1991 - 1995         Jean Wladimirovitch de Gliniasty   (b. 1948)
 3 Jan 1996 - 1999         Stanislas François Jean Lefebvre   (b. 1946)
                             de Laboulaye
12 Oct 1999 - 2002         Denis Pietton                      (b. 1956 - d. 2015)
30 Aug 2002 - 2005         Régis Koetschet                    (b. 1949)
31 May 2005 - 2009         Alain Rémy                         (b. 1952)
29 Apr 2009 - 2013         Frédéric Desagneaux                (b. 1957)
 4 Jul 2013 - 2016         Hervé Magro                        (b. 1960)
21 Jun 2016 -              Pierre Cochard                     (b. 1962)







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