Minister of Overseas France
Jack of the Minister of Overseas France

The Minister of Overseas France ("Ministre de l’Outre-Mer", formerly "Minister of Overseas France and her Colonies") is a cabinet member in the Government of France responsible for overseeing French overseas departments and territories (such as the département d'outre-mer).

The position is currently held by Brice Hortefeux, who is also the Minister of the Interior. Since the ministry is a dual one, matters pertaining specifically to Overseas France cabinet portfolio are in part delegated to a Secretary of State for Overseas France, Marie-Luce Penchard.

Minister of Overseas France (1894 to present)

  • 20 March 1894 – 30 May 1894 : Ernest Boulanger
  • 30 May 1894 – 26 January 1895 : Théophile Delcassé
  • 26 January 1895 – 1 November 1895 : Émile Chautemps
  • 4 November 1895 – 29 April 1896 : Pierre-Paul Guieysse
  • 29 April 1896 – 31 May 1898 : André Lebon
  • 31 May 1898 – 28 June 1898 : Gabriel Hanotaux
  • 28 June 1898 – 1 November 1898 : Georges Trouillot
  • 1 November 1898 – 22 June 1899 : Antoine Guillain
  • 22 June 1899 – 7 June 1902 : Albert Decrais
  • 7 June 1902 – 24 January 1905 : Gaston Doumergue
  • 24 January 1905 – 14 March 1906 : Étienne Clémentel
  • 14 March 1906 – 25 October 1906 : Georges Leygues
  • 25 October 1906 – 24 July 1909 : Raphaël Milliès-Lacroix
  • 24 July 1909 – 3 November 1910 : Georges Trouillot
  • 3 November 1910 – 2 March 1911 : Jean Morel
  • 2 March 1911 – 27 June 1911 : Adolphe Messimy
  • 27 June 1911 – 12 January 1913 : Albert Lebrun
  • 12 January 1913 – 21 January 1913 : René Besnard
  • 21 January 1913 – 9 December 1913 : Jean Morel
  • 9 December 1913 – 9 June 1914 : Albert Lebrun
  • 9 June 1914 – 13 June 1914 : Maurice Maunoury
  • 13 June 1914 – 26 August 1914 : Maurice Raynaud
  • 26 August 1914 – 20 March 1917 : Gaston Doumergue
  • 20 March 1917 – 12 September 1917 : André Maginot
  • 12 September 1917 – 16 November 1917 : René Besnard
  • 16 November 1917 – 20 January 1920 : Henry Simon
  • 20 January 1920 – 29 March 1924 : Albert Sarraut
  • 29 March 1924 – 14 June 1924 : Jean Fabry
  • 14 June 1924 – 17 April 1925 : Édouard Daladier
  • 17 April 1925 – 29 October 1925 : André Hesse
  • 29 October 1925 – 19 July 1926 : Léon Perrier
  • 19 July 1926 – 23 July 1926 : Adrien Dariac
  • 23 July 1926 – 6 November 1928 : Léon Perrier
  • 11 November 1928 – 3 November 1929 : André Maginot
  • 3 November 1929 – 21 February 1930 : François Piétri
  • 21 February 1930 – 2 March 1930 : Lucien Lamoureux
  • 2 March 1930 – 13 December 1930 : François Piétri
  • 13 December 1930 – 27 January 1931 : Théodore Steeg
  • 27 January 1931 – 20 February 1932 : Paul Reynaud
  • 20 February 1932 – 3 June 1932 : Louis de Chappedelaine
  • 3 June 1932 – 6 September 1933 : Albert Sarraut
  • 6 September 1933 – 26 October 1933 : Albert Dalimier
  • 26 October 1933 – 26 November 1933 : François Piétri
  • 26 November 1933 – 9 January 1934 : Albert Dalimier
  • 9 January 1934 – 30 January 1934 : Lucien Lamoureux
  • 30 January 1934 – 9 February 1934 : Henry de Jouvenel
  • 9 February 1934 – 13 October 1934 : Pierre Laval
  • 13 October 1934 – 24 January 1936 : Louis Rollin
  • 24 January 1936 – 4 June 1936 : Jacques Stern
  • 4 June 1936 – 18 January 1938 : Marius Moutet
  • 18 January 1938 – 13 March 1938 : Théodore Steeg
  • 13 March 1938 – 10 April 1938 : Marius Moutet
  • 10 April 1938 – 18 May 1940 : Georges Mandel
  • 18 May 1940 – 16 June 1940 : Louis Rollin
  • 16 June 1940 – 12 July 1940 : Albert Rivière
  • 12 July 1940 – 6 September 1940 : Henry Lémery
  • 6 September 1940 – 18 April 1942 : Charles Platon
  • 18 April 1942 – 26 March 1943 : Jules Brévié
  • 26 March 1943 – 20 August 1944 : Henri Bléhaut
  • 24 September 1941 – 28 July, 194 : René Pleven (Commissaire)
  • 28 July 1942 – 17 October 1942 : Hervé Alphand (Commissaire)
  • 17 October 1942 – 10 September 1944 : René Pleven (Commissaire)
  • 10 September 1944 – 16 November 1944 : René Pleven
  • 16 November 1944 – 21 November 1945 : Paul Giacobbi
  • 21 November 1945 – 26 January 1946 : Jacques Soustelle
  • 26 January 1946 – 23 December 1946 : Marius Moutet
  • 23 December 1946 – 22 January 1947 : Auguste Laurent
  • 22 January 1947 – 22 October 1947 : Marius Moutet
  • 22 October 1947 – 29 October 1949 : Paul Coste-Floret
  • 29 October 1949 – 3 July 1950 : Jean Letourneau
  • 3 July 1950 – 12 July 1950 : Paul Coste-Floret
  • 12 July 1950 – 11 August 1951 : François Mitterrand
  • 11 August 1951 – 8 March 1952 : Louis Jacquinot
  • 8 March 1952 – 8 January 1953 : Pierre Pflimlin
  • 8 January 1953 – 19 June 1954 : Louis Jacquinot
  • 19 June 1954 – 20 January 1955 : Robert Buron
  • 20 January 1955 – 23 February 1955 : Jean-Jacques Juglas
  • 23 February 1955 – 1 February 1956 : Pierre-Henri Teitgen
  • 1 February 1956 – 13 June 1957 : Gaston Defferre
  • 13 June 1957 – 14 May 1958 : Gérard Jaquet
  • 14 May 1958 – 9 June 1958 : André Colin
  • 9 June 1958 – 8 January 1959 : Bernard Cornut-Gentille
  • 5 February 1960 – 24 August 1961 : Robert Lecourt
  • 24 August 1961 – 8 January 1966 : Louis Jacquinot
  • 8 January 1966 – 30 May 1968 : Pierre Billotte
  • 30 May 1968 – 10 July 1968 : Joël Le Theule
  • 25 February 1971 – 7 July, 1972 : Pierre Messmer
  • 2 April 1973 – 27 February 1974 : Bernard Stasi
  • 20 March 1986 – 10 May 1988 : Bernard Pons
  • 23 June 1988 – 29 March 1993 : Louis Le Pensec
  • 29 March 1993 – 18 May 1995 : Dominique Perben
  • 18 May 1995 – 7 November 1995 : Jean-Jacques de Peretti
  • 7 May 2002 – 2 June 2005 : Brigitte Girardin
  • 2 June 2005 – 26 March 2007 : François Baroin
  • 26 March 2007 – 19 June 2007 : Hervé Mariton
  • 19 June 2007 – 23 June 2009: Michèle Alliot-Marie
  • 23 June 2009 – incumbent: Brice Hortefeux

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