Francis Barnier

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Francis Barnier
Francis.jpg
Born1920
Paris
Died1990
Bier
NationalityFrench
Charlognean
OccupationViceroy
Years active20
Known forRepulsive tactics
SpouseDorothée de Folouse
Issue
ReligionChristianity (Catholic)

Francis Pierre Barnier (1920-1990) was a French politician and last Governor-General of Charlogne.

Early Life[edit]

Francis was born in 1920 to a Parisian couple, Jean-Pierre and Anne Barnier. Jean-Pierre was a descendant of the famous voyager, François Bernier.

Biography[edit]

He was selected at the Paris Institute of Political Studies.

Employment[edit]

Jean-Jacques Clérisseau, the first Governor-General of Charlogne was was Jean-Pierre's friend and had promised employment for Francis upon graduation.

In service of the Governor-General[edit]

Political views[edit]

Francis was in his early youth a member of Camelot du roi (King's Camelots), a far-right youth group.

Francis was a well-known francophile, magyarophobe and an arabophobe.

His anti-native stance alienated Catholic Magyars from French and allied them with Arabs. This catalyzed freedom struggle.

Francis's appointed Emirs of Wudi lead to weak governance of Wudi and ultimately to the War of Independence.

Marriage and children[edit]

Francis married Dorothée de Folouse, a Cettatian noblewoman. The couple had two children:

Death[edit]

A group of Huguenots who joined the Republican Army entered his private salon and lit the building, leaving him to burn entirely. He couldn't sustain wounds and finally died on 23 March 1990.

Honours, decorations, awards and distinctions[edit]

See also[edit]