Théodore Aubert

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Théodore Aubert (8 September 1878, Geneva – 19 January 1963) was a Swiss lawyer and writer.

As a lawyer, he defended the White émigré Maurice Conradi who assassinated the Soviet envoy to Switzerland Vatslav Vorovsky in 1923. Aubert founded the International Entente Against the Third International in 1924.

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