Jacques de Mercy

Jacques de Mercy
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Official portrait, 1950
President of Fravina
In office
29 August 1949 – 1 January 1956
Vice PresidentJean-Baptiste Danton
Lucien LaClaire
Nicolas Martin
Théodore Tempête
Preceded byOffice established
Succeeded byNicolas Martin
General Secretary of Fravina
In office
29 August 1949 – 1 January 1956
Preceded byOffice established
Succeeded byNicolas Martin
Secretary of Northern Patriotism
In office
1 January 1956 – 8 January 1966
Preceded byCharles Rochambeau
Succeeded byOffice dissolved
Leader of the Socialist Party
In office
14 April 1954 – 26 September 1958
Preceded by Office established
Succeeded byLouis Bacque
Leader of the National Worker's Party
In office
24 June 1949 – 14 April 1954
Preceded byOffice established
Succeeded byOffice dissolved
Legislator of Fravina
In office
29 August 1949 – 15 February 1966
Grand General of the Fravina Army
In office
17 June 1949 – 1 January 1956
President Jacque de Mercy
Preceded byOffice established
Succeeded byRichard Vacquier
Grand General of the Rose Army
In office
13 May 1939 – 17 June 1949
Lieutenant Colonel of the Fravina Army
In office
11 December 1932 – 13 May 1939
Personal details
Born22 September 1894
Motierville, Fravina
Died15 February 1966
Port de Sang, Fravina
Cause of deathStroke
Political partyNational Worker's Party (1949-1954)
Socialist Party (1954-1966)
Spouse(s)Michelle Rose (m. 1921; died 1968)
Children
  • Lucas
  • Julian
RelativesDe Mercy family
Alma materSaint Valentine University
Military service
AllegianceFirst Republic of Fravina Fravina
 Fravi Roses
 Fravina
Branch/serviceFravi Army
Rose Army
Fravi Army
Years of service1914-1939 (Fravi Army)
1939-1949 (Rose Army)
1949-1956 (Fravi Army)
RankLieutenant colonel (Fravi Army)
Grand general (Rose Army)
Grand general (Fravi Army)
Battles/wars

Jacques Cartier de Mercy (22 September 1894 - 15 February 1966) was a Fravi politician and military leader who served as the 1st president and general secretary from 1949 to 1956. During the Second Civil War of Fravina, he served as the grand general in the Rose Army, most notable for his victory in the Siege of Fort d'Olivier.

He was the founder and patriarch of the De Mercy family of Fravina.

Early Life

Second Civil War (1939-1948)

Presidency (1949-1956)

Post-Presidency (1956-1966)

Personal Life