Georges Vanier Canadian diplomat

Georges Vanier is a 78 years old Canadian diplomat from Montreal, Quebec. Georges Vanier was born on April 23, 1888 (died on March 05, 1967, he was 78 years old) in Montreal, Quebec.

Georges Vanier



Major-General Georges-Philéas Vanier PC DSO MC CD was a Canadian soldier and diplomat who served as Governor General of Canada the 19th since Canadian Confederation. Vanier was born and educated in Quebec and after earning a university degree in law served in the Canadian army during the First World War; on the European battlefields he lost a limb but was commended for his actions with a number of decorations from the King.
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Is Georges Vanier still alive?

No, he died on 03/05/1967, 55 years ago. He was 78 years old when he died. He died in Ottawa



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He had two children, Thérèse (91) and Jean (90, Canadian humanitarian) . When his first child, Thérèse Vanier, was born, Georges Vanier was 34 years old.

Awards (14)

Awarded honorary doctorate at the Laval University in 1946 , awarded King George V Silver Jubilee Medal , awarded Victory Medal , awarded Legion of Honour , awarded Legion of Merit ,


He graduated from Université Laval, Université De Montréal and Université De Montréal Faculty Of Law

What was Georges's zodiac sign?

Georges Vanier zodiac sign was taurus.

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