People from Marseille

Desiree Clary

Bernardine Eugenie Desiree Clary (8 November 1777 – 17 December 1860), was Queen of Sweden and Norway as the consort of King Charles XIV John , a French General and founder of the House of Bernadotte , mother of Oscar I , and one-time fiancee of Napoleon Bonaparte . She officially changed her name to Desideria , which she did not use herself. [1]

August Alphonse Derbes

August Alphonse Derbes (May 8, 1818, Marseille – January 27, 1894, Marseille) was a French professor of naturalist , zoologist and botanist at the University of Marseilles who studied reproduction of sea ​​urchins and algae . [1]Derbès Was the first scientist to observe the fertilization of an egg in an animal When He detailed the process of forming an envelope around the gamete During sea urchin reproduction process has now Known to be… read more »

Pierre Demours

Pierre Demours (1702 – June 26, 1795) was a French physician, zoologist and translator. Biography Demours was born in Marseilles ; his father was a pharmacist. He is not convinced with his son, [1] Antoine-Pierre Demours (1762-1836), also a renowned eye specialist and author.

Edmond Demolins

Edmond Demolins (1852-1907) was a French pedagogue . Life and work Edmond Demolins was born in 1852 in Marseille . He became a disciple of Pierre Guillaume Frederic le Play . He formed a small group of students Paul de Rousiers that puts in the Play ‘s salon every Monday in the 1870s. [1] The Program of Government and Social Organization Based on Comparative Observation of the Various Peoples (1881) was… read more »

Henri Deluy

Henri Deluy (Born April 25, 1931 Marseille is a French poet . [1] When Deluy was thirteen growing up in Aix-en-Provence he feels some of his poems to the local poet Blaise Cendrars . She answered by correcting some grammatical errors which served to Deluy. Five years later he interrupted his studies and hitchhiked England where he supported himself doing fruit-picking. He then decided to go to Sweden but while traveling through… read more »

Louis Blancard

Louis Blancard (September 22, 1831, Marseille – October 27, 1902, Marseille, aged 71) was a 19th-century French archivist and numismatist. He was elected a member of the Academy of Marseille on April 18, 1861 [1] of which he would be perpetual secretary from 1889 until his death in 1902. [2]

Marcel Bleibtreu

Marcel Bleibtreu (August 26, 1918 – December 25, 2001) was a French trotskyist activist and theorist. Bleibtreu was born during his family’s refuge in Marseille from wartime bombing, Marcel Bleibtreu became a radical thinker as a child. After studies at the Condorcet high school, he studied medicine in Paris, and graduated in 1947. He joined the Bolshevik Leninist Group, the Trotskyist organization, in September… read more »

Georges Blond

Georges Blond ( Jean-Marie Hoedick , July 11, 1906 in Marseille – March 16, 1989 in Paris), was a French writer. A prolific writer of mostly history but also other topics including fiction, Blond was also involved in far right political activity.

Louis Botinelly

Louis Botinelly (26 January 1883 – 28 March 1962) was a French sculptor. Biography Personal life Botinelly was born on January 2, 1883 in Digne-les-Bains, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France. He died on March 26, 1962 in Marseille.

Paul Boulet

Paul Marie Maurice Boulet (September 8, 1893, Marseille – July 27, 1982) was a French Christian Democrat politician. Paul Boulet was born in Marseille and raised in Beziers and Montpellier . He studied medicine at the University of Montpellier . He served in the French Army during the First World War , initially as a stretcher-bearer and later as a medical officer. He was captured late in the war and held as a prisoner of war… read more »