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Défense De La France
... Défense de la France is the name given to a group of the French Resistance during the Second World War ... Essentially developed in the Northern Zone, Défense de la France distinguishes itself by an activity centred on the distribution of a clandestine newspaper created in August 1941 by a group of Parisian students, of ... The niece of Charles de Gaulle, Genevièvea, known later under the name of Geneviève de Gaulle-Anthonioz was part of the founding group of the movement ...
Société De L'audiovisuel Extérieur De La France
... Société de l'audiovisuel extérieur de la France (SAEF) or Audiovisuel extérieur de la France (AEF), formerly France Monde is a holding company ... The three targets of this reform measure are Radio France Internationale (RFI), France 24, and TV5Monde ... On 20 February 2008, Alain de Pouzilhac was appointed to the preside over the group by French President Nicolas Sarkozy, charged with merging RFI with France ...
Émile Faguet
... Auguste Émile Faguet ( 17 December 1847, La Roche-sur-Yon, Vendée – 7 June 1916, Paris) was a French author and literary critic ... Faguet was born at La Roche-sur-Yon, and educated at the École normale supérieure in Paris ... After teaching for some time in La Rochelle and Bordeaux, he returned to Paris to act as assistant professor of poetry in the university ...
Paul Coste-Floret - Government Roles
... Ministre de la Guerre in the government of Paul Ramadier (22 January – 22 October 1947) Ministre de la France d'Outre-mer in the government of Robert Schuman (1) (24 November 1947 – 26 ...
Réunion Franc - Banknotes
... The Banque de la Réunion introduced notes for 5, 10, 25, 100 and 500 francs between 1873 and 1876 ... In 1917, the Banque de la Réunion issued emergency small change notes for 5 and 10 centimes. 50 centimes, 1 and 2 francs notes, first under the auspices of Vichy France, then of the Free French ...

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    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)