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Spaak, Paul-Henri, 1899-1972

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Personal name headingSpaak, Paul-Henri, 1899-1972
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Variant(s)Spaak, P.-H. (Paul-Henri), 1899-1972
Spaak, Paul Henri Charles, 1899-1972
Birth date18990125
Death date19720731
Place of birthSchaerbeek (Belgium)
Place of deathBraine-l'Alleud (Belgium)
AffiliationBelgium. Services du Premier ministre
Belgium. Services du Premier ministre
Belgium. Services du Premier ministre
United Nations. General Assembly
European Coal and Steel Community. Common Assembly
Council of Europe. Consultative Assembly
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Profession or occupationPoliticians Statesmen
Found inHis Discours de son excellence monsieur Paul-Henri Spaak le 28 septembre 1948, 1948.
His La pensée européenne et atlantique de Paul-Henri Spaak, 1980- : v. 1, t.p. (Paul-Henri Spaak) v. 1, cover (P.-H. Spaak)
Wikipedia, November 27, 2013 (Paul-Henri Spaak; Paul Henri Charles Spaak; born January 25, 1899 in Schaerbeek, Belgium; a Belgian Socialist politician and statesman, who served as Prime Minister of Belgium (May 15, 1938-February 22 1939, March 13, 1946-March 31, 1946 and March 20, 1947-August 11, 1949), as the first President of the United Nations General Assembly (1946-1957), as the first President of the Common Assembly of the European Coal and Steel Community (1952-1954), as the first President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, then called the Consultative Assembly (1949-1950), and as the second Secretary General of NATO (1957-1961); he received the Charlemagne Prize in 1957 and the 1978-1979 academic year at the College of Europe was named in his honour; in 1969, he published his memoirs in two volumes titled Combats inachevés (The Continuing Battle; literally, "unfinished fights"); he died July 31, 1972 in his home in Braine-l'Alleud)