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Charles De Gaulle (poet) - General De Gaulle's 1969 Speech
... In January 1969, General de Gaulle attempted to use his uncle's reputation in Brittany by declaiming the second quatrain of his uncle's poem Da Varsez Breiz (the lines ... De Gaulle's use of the poem led to a severe adverse reaction from his audience who drowned out much of the rest of his speech ...
Sport In Saint Pierre And Miquelon - History - Modern History
... sailors in the colony supported the Free French of General Charles de Gaulle ... The administrator of the colony, Gilbert de Bournat, sided with the Vichy regime ... De Gaulle decided to seize the archipelago, over the opposition of the United States ...
Allied Leaders Of World War II - French Third Republic (Until 1940) - Free French Forces (and Later Fighting France and Provisional Government of The French Republic)
... Charles de Gaulle was the leader of the Free French and as such head of the French government-in-exile following the Fall of France ... Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque was a leader of the Free French forces, and commanded forces both in Africa and in France ... Henri Giraud was de Gaulle's rival and the Western Allies' favourite ...
Moroccan–Turkish Relations - Europe - France
... When De Gaulle returned to power in 1958, he was able to consolidate most of the initiatives taken under the Fourth Republic, but was only able to make progress by drawing up, once again ... De Gaulle was able to set out his vision for the Third World, Africa and French influence in the wider world ... row between King Hassan II and General de Gaulle, which lasted till the exit of the latter from politics in 1969 ...
Geoffroy Chodron De Courcel
... Geoffroy Chodron de Courcel (11 September 1912, Tours - 9 December 1992, Paris), was a French diplomat ... He was Aide-de-camp to General Charles de Gaulle in 1940 and escaped to Britain with the General on 17 June 1940 with the help of General Edward Spears ... When de Gaulle established the Free French Forces in London, de Courcel was the first officer to join the movement ...

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    Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence.
    —Charles De Gaulle (1890–1970)