Albert Thomas( Member of the French Parliament)
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Thomas Albert (1878 - 1932) - Member of the French Parliament, one of the leaders of the right wing of the French Socialist Party and the II International. With the onset of World War II, Albert Thomas became one of the most strident social-imperialists. May 22, 1915, Mr.. He is part of the Government of Clemenceau as Minister of Defense Supply. In 1916, Mr.. visited Russia presented the king. In 1917, Mr.. Albert Thomas again came together with other representatives of the II International, Henderson and Vandervelde in Petrograd in order to exert pressure on the then Socialist-Revolutionary and Menshevik Council towards the continuation of the war to a victorious end. Tom was in charge of the International Labor Office, the League of Nations, whose goal is a peaceful and painless ways to resolve conflicts between labor and capital, avoiding strikes, fighting, etc.