- Lyautey, Louis Hubert Gonsalve
(1854–1934), stands in Casablanca. He was the first French Resident-General of Morocco from 1912 to 1925. During the First World War, he insisted on continuing the occupation of Morocco, regardless of the fact that France needed her resources most in Europe in the struggle against Germany and its allies. When Paris appointed Pétain in 1925 to crush a rebellion in the Rif Mountains, Lyautey felt passed over and he resigned.
- Cogné, Francois
(1876 – 1952) was a French sculptor.
Picture taken in 1989
The statue was first displayed at what in 1938 was Place Lyautey (now Muhammad V Square), and is now kept within the walls of the French consulate in Casablanca.