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* September 6 Georges Picquart, French general and Minister of War ( d. 1914 )
* Georges Picquart Minister of War
Georges Picquart in the uniform of General of DivisionMarie Georges Picquart ( Strasbourg, 6 September 1854 Amiens, 18 January 1914 ), was a French army officer and Minister of War.

Picquart and 1902
Of the three most notable champions of revision, Scheurer-Kestner had died ; Zola returned to France, where he died from an accident on 29 September 1902 ; Colonel Picquart, indignant at the amnesty, abandoned the appeal he had lodged against the decision of the board of inquiry — very much open to criticism — which had struck him from the lists, and left the army by way of protest.

Picquart and subsequently
Picquart was subsequently promoted to the rank of lieutenant-colonel on 6 April 1896.
General Picquart subsequently entered Georges Clemenceau's first cabinet as Minister of War.

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