|Born||15 December 1938|
Pointe-Noire, French Equatorial Africa
|Died||16 July 1999 (aged 60)|
Alfred Raoul (15 December 1938 – 16 July 1999) was President of the Republic of the Congo from 5 September 1968 to 1 January 1969, and the Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo from August 1968 to December 1969.
He was married to Émilienne Raoul.
He did his secondary studies at the Victor-Augagneur igh school in Pointe-Noire, and left the Congo in 1959 to join the army.
- Congo (Brazzaville), World Statesmen.org
- "Commémoration : la République se souvient du général Alfred Raoul | adiac-congo.com : toute l'actualité du Bassin du Congo". www.adiac-congo.com. Retrieved 2021-08-25.