Maurice Grimaud, né le 11 novembre 1913 à Annonay (Ardèche) et mort à Paris le 16 juillet 2009, était un haut fonctionnaire français. Il fut notamment préfet de Police de Paris lors des événements de Mai 68.

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  • Maurice Grimaud, né le 11 novembre 1913 à Annonay (Ardèche) et mort à Paris le 16 juillet 2009, était un haut fonctionnaire français. Il fut notamment préfet de Police de Paris lors des événements de Mai 68.
  • Maurice Grimaud (11 November 1913 - 16 July 2009) was the French Prefect of Police, or police chief, of the city of Paris during the May 1968 general strikes and student uprisings. He is credited with avoiding an escalation of violence and bloodshed during May 1968 unrest.Grimaud was born in Annonay, Ardèche, on 11 November 1913. He originally studied literature. Grimaud began his career in civil service with the French colonial administration of Morocco in Rabat. He later worked in both Algeria and Germany. Grimaud also worked as a local governor and aide to then-French Interior Minister François Mitterrand.
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  • Maurice Grimaud, né le 11 novembre 1913 à Annonay (Ardèche) et mort à Paris le 16 juillet 2009, était un haut fonctionnaire français. Il fut notamment préfet de Police de Paris lors des événements de Mai 68.
  • Maurice Grimaud (11 November 1913 - 16 July 2009) was the French Prefect of Police, or police chief, of the city of Paris during the May 1968 general strikes and student uprisings. He is credited with avoiding an escalation of violence and bloodshed during May 1968 unrest.Grimaud was born in Annonay, Ardèche, on 11 November 1913. He originally studied literature. Grimaud began his career in civil service with the French colonial administration of Morocco in Rabat.
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