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Théodore Drouhet (April 4, 1817 October 18, 1904) was Governor General for Inde française in the Second French Colonial Empire under Third Republic.

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Government offices
Preceded by
Léonce Laugier
Gouverneur Général de l'Inde française
1881 October 1884
Succeeded by
Étienne Richaud