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Desmond Louis-Phillipe Aumange (5 January 1866 - 19 March 1931) was a French politician, statesman, businessman and political theorist active in the late 19th and early 20th century, and is regarded as one of the most influential and important French politicians in history. While his legacy is often tarnished by his participation in the Iron Revolution, his later opposition to Albertine policy and his strong opposition to both the Oktoberkreig, New Reign of Terror and various Baptistean policies have earned him praise in later generations of historians as the "voice of reason" and "glimmer of civility" within the Albertine regime. His public critiques of his own regime's policies eventually resulted in his death by throat-slitting in 1931 after having been declared an enemy of the state, and his body was burned in a mass grave along with other political dissidents and "enemies of the French Empire."