Michel Albert Jean Joseph Ybarnégaray, né le 16 octobre 1883 à Uhart-Cize (Basses-Pyrénées) et mort le 25 avril 1956 à Paris, est un homme politique français.

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  • Michel Albert Jean Joseph Ybarnégaray, né le 16 octobre 1883 à Uhart-Cize (Basses-Pyrénées) et mort le 25 avril 1956 à Paris, est un homme politique français.
  • Michel Albert Jean Joseph Ibarnegarai (Uharte Garazi, 1883ko urriaren 16 - Paris, 1956ko apirilaren 25) euskal herritar politikaria eta Euskal Pilotaren Nazioarteko Federakuntzaren sortzailea izan zen. Eusko abertzaletasunaren aurkaria, antikomunista eta faxista izan zen hitzez eta ekintzez.
  • Michel Albert Jean Joseph Ybarnégaray (16 October 1883–25 April 1956) was a French politician and founder of the International Association for Basque Pelota.Jean Ybarnegaray was born in Uhart-Cize, Department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques—then called Basses Pyrénées—in the Northern Basque Country. He studied law at the Sorbonne and Bordeaux University and practised as a lawyer. He was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in April 1914.On the outbreak of the First World War he was recalled to service. He was wounded and discharged from the army with the Légion d'honneur, returning to the Chamber of Deputies where he criticised the Nivelle Offensive of 1917, the armistice of 1918, and the Treaty of Versailles. A member of the Republican Federation, Ybarnegaray joined the French Social Party of Colonel de La Rocque in 1938. He was served as Minister of State in Paul Reynaud's government from 10 May 1940. He served in the first Vichy government, as Minister of State in the first government of Marshal Philippe Pétain, and as Minister for Veterans and the Family in the second Pétain government. He resigned his office on 6 September 1940.Ybarnegaray had undertaken Resistance activities—assisting escapees in crossing the Pyrenees, for which he was arrested in 1943, and detained in Plansee in Tyrol. Although he was sentenced post-war to loss of civil rights, his resistance activities resulted in the sentence being suspended.He died in Paris on 25 April 1956.
  • Michel Albert Jean Joseph Ybarnegaray (Uhart-Cize, 16 oktober 1883 – Parijs, 25 april 1956) was een Franse politicus en oprichter van het Franse Internationale Federatie voor Baskische Pelota (Fédération française et internationale de pelote basque).
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  • Michel Albert Jean Joseph Ybarnégaray, né le 16 octobre 1883 à Uhart-Cize (Basses-Pyrénées) et mort le 25 avril 1956 à Paris, est un homme politique français.
  • Michel Albert Jean Joseph Ibarnegarai (Uharte Garazi, 1883ko urriaren 16 - Paris, 1956ko apirilaren 25) euskal herritar politikaria eta Euskal Pilotaren Nazioarteko Federakuntzaren sortzailea izan zen. Eusko abertzaletasunaren aurkaria, antikomunista eta faxista izan zen hitzez eta ekintzez.
  • Michel Albert Jean Joseph Ybarnegaray (Uhart-Cize, 16 oktober 1883 – Parijs, 25 april 1956) was een Franse politicus en oprichter van het Franse Internationale Federatie voor Baskische Pelota (Fédération française et internationale de pelote basque).
  • Michel Albert Jean Joseph Ybarnégaray (16 October 1883–25 April 1956) was a French politician and founder of the International Association for Basque Pelota.Jean Ybarnegaray was born in Uhart-Cize, Department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques—then called Basses Pyrénées—in the Northern Basque Country. He studied law at the Sorbonne and Bordeaux University and practised as a lawyer. He was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in April 1914.On the outbreak of the First World War he was recalled to service.
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