Théophile Berlier

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Théophile Berlier (1 February 1761 in Dijon – 12 September 1844 in Dijon) was a French jurist and politician, who was a member of the National Convention from 1792 until 1795. [1]

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  1. Thomas 1892, p. 335.

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