French journalist, chemist, and politician who gained fame as the Prime Minister of France during the First World War. He also played an important role in the politics of the French Third Republic.
He was previously a leader of the anti-clerical "Radical" forces that fought against the Catholic Church in France and the Catholics in politics.
He went to Paris to study medicine in the early 1860s.
He was born to Sophie Eucharie Gautreau and Benjamin Clemenceau.
He was involved in the Treaty Versailles along with former US President Woodrow Wilson.