Category:Jean-Bedel Bokassa

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<nowiki>Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Жан-Бедел Бокаса; Jean Bedel Bokassa; ژان بدل بوکاسا; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Жан-Бедель Бокасса; 讓-巴都·卜卡薩; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; ज्याँ-बेडेल बोकासा; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Žans Bedels Bokasa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Жан-Бедел Бокаса; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Жан-Бедель Бокасса; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jan-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; جان بيدل بوكاسا; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Жан-Бедэль Бакаса; Жан-Бедел Бокаса; 让-贝德尔·博卡萨; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; ჟან ბედელ ბოკასა; ジャン=ベデル・ボカサ; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; جان بيدل بوكاسا; ז'אן-בדל בוקאסה; Ioannes Bédel Bokassa; 让-贝德尔·博卡萨; 让-贝德尔·博卡萨; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; 让-贝德尔·博卡萨; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Çean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; 장베델 보카사; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Žan-Bedel Bokasa; ฌ็อง-เบแดล บอกาซา; 让-贝德尔·博卡萨; 讓-巴都·卜卡薩; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Жан-Бэдэль Бакаса; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Жан-Бедель Бокасса; Ҷеан-Бедел Бокасса; ژان-بدل بکاسا; Jean Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Ժան Բեդել Բոկասա; ژان-بدل بوکاسا; 讓-巴都·博卡薩; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Ζαν-Μπεντέλ Μποκασά; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; politico, militare, imperatore e dittatore centrafricano; président (1966-1976) puis empereur (1976-1979) de Centrafrique; дыктатар Цэнтральна-Афрыканскай Рэспублікі; центральноафриканский государственный и военный деятель, президент ЦАР (1966-1976), император ЦАИ (1976-1979); zentralafrikanischer Militär, Politiker, Präsident und später Kaiser des Zentralafrikanischen Kaiserreiches; Nhà độc tài, Hoàng đế Đế quốc Trung Phi (1976 - 1979); ofițer și președinte al Republicii Centrafricane, declarat împărat; Centrālāfrikas Republikas valsts vadītājs; Κεντροαφρικανός αρχηγός κράτους; France siyaasa nira ŋun nyɛ doo; Orta Afrikalı siyasetçi (1921-1996); 中央アフリカ共和国の政治家; حاكم من فرنسا; zentralafrikanesche Militäroffizéier a Staatschef; Amanyɔni; środkowoafrykański dyktator, polityk i wojskowy, 2. prezydent Republiki Środkowoafrykańskiej (1966–1976) i cesarz Cesarstwa Środkowoafrykańskiego (1976–1979); افسر نظامی و دیکتاتور ضد کمونیست اهل جمهوری آفریقای مرکزی; politicus uit Centraal-Afrikaanse Republiek (1921–1996); dictador militar y después emperador centro africano derrocado en 1979; político centro-africano, 2.º presidente da República Centro-Africana; katonai vezető és politikus; keskiafrikkalainen poliitikko, myöhemmin maan ainoa keisari; 2nd president (1966–76) and emperor (r. 1976–79) of the Central African Republic; حاكم سابق في جمهورية أفريقيا الوسطى; prezident Středoafrické republiky; politiko franses; Jéan Bedel Bokassa; J B Bokassa; Jean-Bedel-Bokassa; Salah Eddine Ahmed Bokassa; Jean Bedel-Bokassa; Jean-Bédel-Bokassa; Bokassa; J B. Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jaan Bédel Bokassa; J.B. Bokassa; Emperador Bokassa I; J. B. Bokassa; Jean Bédel-Bokassa; Bokassa I; Jean Bedel Bokassa; Jaan Bedel Bokassa; Bokassa I of Central Africa; Salah Eddine Ahmed Bokassa; Jean Bédel Bokassa; Kaiser Bokassa I.; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Bokassa; Bokassa I; Bokassa I.; Salah Eddine Ahmed Bokassa; Kaiser Bokassa I.; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; ژان-بدیل بوکاسا; 博卡萨; 博卡萨一世; 卜卡薩; 讓-巴都·博卡薩; 让-巴都·博卡萨; Bokassa; ボカサ; ジャンベデル・ボカサ; ボカサ1世; Bokassa; Jean Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Bokassa I; Бокасса Жан-Бедель; Bokassa; Bokassa; Bokassa 1ma; Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Bokassa I.; Bokassa; Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean Bédel Bokassa; Jean Bedel Bokassa; Bokassa Ier; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean Bedel Bokassa; Salah ed-Din Ahmed Bokassa I; ज्यॉँ-बेडेल बोकासा; जीन-बेडेल बोकासा; सम्राट बोकासा पहिला; सलाह एद्दिन अहमद बोकासा; Bokassa; Bokassa; Jean Bédel Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean Bedel Bokassa; Бокасса Жан-Бедель; Бокасса I; Бокасса, Жан Бедель; Бокасса; Жан Бокасса; Бокасса, Жан-Бедель; Салах эд-Дин Ахмед Бокасса; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Bokasa; Bokassa; Salah Eddine Ahmed Bokassa; Bokassa I.; ฌอง เบเดล โบคัสซา; Bokassa; Bokassa I; Bokassa; Jean-bedel Bokassa; Bokassa; Jean Bedel Bokassa; Keiser Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Jean Bedel Bokassa; Bokassa; Jan Bedel Bokassa; Jan Pol Bokassa; 보카사 1세; 장 베델 보카사; Jean-bedel bokassa; Salah Edddine Ahmed Bokassa; Imperador Bokassa I; Bokassa; Jean Bedel Bokassa; Bokassa I; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Jean Bedel Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; Bokassa I of Central Africa; Salah Eddine Ahmed Bokassa; Jean-Bédel Bokassa; جان بيدل بيكاسا; جان بيديل بوكاسا; جان بادل بوكاسا; Bokassa; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Бокаса</nowiki>
Jean-Bedel Bokassa 
2nd president (1966–76) and emperor (r. 1976–79) of the Central African Republic
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Name in native language
  • Jean-Bedel Bokassa
Date of birth22 February 1921
Bobangui (French Equatorial Africa)
Date of death3 November 1996
Bangui
Manner of death
  • natural causes
Cause of death
Place of burial
  • Berengo's Palace
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Member of political party
  • Movement for the Social Evolution of Black Africa
Position held
  • President of the Central African Republic (1966–1979)
  • president for life (1972–1976)
  • Emperor of Central Africa (1976–1979)
Family
  • House of Bokassa
Child
  • Jean-Bédel Bokassa Jr.
  • Georges Bokassa
  • Jean-Serge Bokassa
  • Kiki Bokassa
  • Martine Bokassa
  • Jean Le Grand Bokassa
  • Marie Madeleine Bokassa
Spouse
  • Catherine Denguiadé (1964–)
  • Nguyễn Thị Huệ (1950s–)
  • Marie-Joëlle Aziza-Eboulia (1970–)
  • Astrid Elisabeth Van Erpe (1962–1967)
  • Alda Adriano Geday (1974–)
  • Gabriella Drimbo (1975–)
  • Marie-Reine Hassen (1976–)
  • Marie-Jeanne Nouganga
  • Annette Van Helst
  • Marguerite Green Boyanga
  • Éliane Mayanga
Relative
Award received
  • Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour
  • Grand Cross of the National Order of the Lion
  • Croix de guerre 1939–1945
  • Croix de guerre des théâtres d'opérations extérieures
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Wissam El Alaouite
  • Grand Cordon of the National Order of the Leopard
  • Knight of the Legion of Honour
  • Order of Merit
  • Order of recognition
  • Order of the Equatorial Star
  • Order of the Two Niles
  • Order of the Yugoslavian Great Star
  • National Order of Madagascar
  • Congolese Order of Merit
  • Order of Operation Bokassa
  • National Order of Merit
  • Croix du combattant volontaire 1939–1945
  • Croix du combattant volontaire de la Résistance
  • Commemorative medal for voluntary service in Free France
  • Indochina Campaign commemorative medal
  • Colonial Medal
  • Médaille commémorative de la guerre 1939–1945
  • National Order of Merit
  • Order of the Yugoslav Star
  • Order of Ouissam Alaouite
  • National Order of the Lion of Senegal
  • National Order of the Leopard
  • National Order of Chad
  • Order of Independence
  • Order of the National Flag
Signature
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Wikidata Q162708
ISNI: 0000000114542853
VIAF ID: 106042080
GND ID: 118661159
Library of Congress authority ID: n78025931
Bibliothèque nationale de France ID: 11892645n
IdRef ID: 026736284
Libraries Australia ID: 49785551
NL CR AUT ID: jx20091012004
National Library of Israel ID (old): 004668554
Nationale Thesaurus voor Auteursnamen ID: 114767319
NORAF ID: 90555722
NUKAT ID: n2003063819
NLP ID (old): a0000001186494
PLWABN ID: 9810649463705606
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007357404005171
FranceArchives agent ID: 18445501
IMDb ID: nm2546076
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English: Jean-Bédel Bokassa (1921–1996) was the leader of the Central African Republic from 1966 to 1979. Of this period, he served almost eleven years as president, and for almost three years he reigned as self-proclaimed Emperor of Central Africa, though the country was still a de facto military dictatorship.
Français : Jean-Bédel Bokassa (1921–1996) fut président de la République centrafricaine de 1966 à 1976 et empereur sous le nom de Bokassa Ier de 1976 à 1979.

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