Raymond Guyot

Raymond Guyot (November 17, 1903 - April 17, 1986) was a French politician, leader of the French Communist Party.

Guyot was born in Auxerre. He joined the party in 1921, and was elected a member of its Central Committee seven years later. From 1935 to 1943 he was a high-ranking member of the Presidium of the Communist International for Youth and was general secretary of the Executive Committee for a period.

He was a member of the Politbureau of the Communist Party of France from 1945 to 1972. He was also deputy to the National Assembly from 1937–40 and 1946–58, and was made a senator in 1959. He died in Paris, aged 82. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Lefevre, Georges, 1892-
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