'Emile Ollivier', c1890. Olivier Emile Ollivier (1825 -1913) was a French statesman. Starting as an avid republican opposed to Emperor Napoleon III, he pushed the Emperor toward liberal reforms and in turn came increasingly into Napoleon's grip. He entered the cabinet and was the prime minister when Napoleon fell. After a photograph of Benque and Co. From Cassell's History of England, Vol. VI. by John Cassell. [A. W. Cowan, Cassell & Company Limited, London, Paris, Melbourne, c1890]
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