Jean Baptiste Pascal Eugène Chiappe (prononcé [kjap ], né à Ajaccio le 3 mai 1878 et mort en Méditerranée le 27 novembre 1940, est un haut fonctionnaire et homme politique français.

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  • Jean Baptiste Pascal Eugène Chiappe (prononcé [kjap ], né à Ajaccio le 3 mai 1878 et mort en Méditerranée le 27 novembre 1940, est un haut fonctionnaire et homme politique français.
  • Jean Baptiste Pascal Eugène Chiappe (b. Ajaccio, 3 May 1878 d. 27 November 1940) was a high-ranking French civil servant.Chiappe was director of the Sûreté générale in the 1920s. He was subsequently given the post of Préfet de police in the 1930s, in which role he was very popular. His politics tended towards the right, and successive governments tried in vain to dislodge him. Finally, on 3 February 1934, Édouard Daladier, new president of the Conseil, recalled him from his post. The far-right leagues promptly organized a large demonstration of support on 6 February 1934, which rapidly degenerated into a riot against the republic and the government.This disturbance is referenced in Luis Buñuel's film Diary of a Chambermaid (1964). At the denouement of the film, right-wing protesters are seen chanting Vive Chiappe! outside the café owned by a sympathizer in Cherbourg. This was Buñuel's payback for Chiappe's role in banning the Buñuel-Dalí film L'Age d'Or (1930), when Chiappe was Prefect of Police for Paris.In autumn 1940, Chiappe was made high-commissioner of France in the Levant. The aircraft taking him to Lebanon was shot down by mistake by Italian planes taking part in the battle of Taranto. The pilot, Henri Guillaumet, the other members of the crew including Marcel Reine, and the two passengers, Chiappe and his leader of the cabinet, were killed.
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  • Jean Baptiste Pascal Eugène Chiappe (prononcé [kjap ], né à Ajaccio le 3 mai 1878 et mort en Méditerranée le 27 novembre 1940, est un haut fonctionnaire et homme politique français.
  • Jean Baptiste Pascal Eugène Chiappe (b. Ajaccio, 3 May 1878 d. 27 November 1940) was a high-ranking French civil servant.Chiappe was director of the Sûreté générale in the 1920s. He was subsequently given the post of Préfet de police in the 1930s, in which role he was very popular. His politics tended towards the right, and successive governments tried in vain to dislodge him. Finally, on 3 February 1934, Édouard Daladier, new president of the Conseil, recalled him from his post.
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