GEORGES CLEMENCEAU, THE BIG-HEARTED TIGER
An episode from the series SECRETS OF HISTORY - PORTRAITS
Georges Clémenceau was an imminent statesman whose political career ran from the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century. He was the one who led France to victory in 1918.
This politician had a gift for words, was anticlerical and opposed the colonization.
He was close to the painter Claude Monet and celebrated the victory of 1918 in his gardens in Giverny.