French Ambassador

Some articles on french ambassador, french, ambassador:

Protectorate Of Missions - Protectorates in The Far East - Treaties of T'ien-tsin
... On 24 October 1844, French ambassador Théodore de Lagrené secured further concessions which inaugurated a new era ... of Whampoa, which was signed on that date at Whampoa, speaks only of liberty for the French to settle in certain territory in the open ports, but at the ... Restoration is to be made to the French ambassador residing at Peking, who will transfer the property to the Christians of the localities concerned ...
French Ambassador To Turkey
... The French Ambassador to Turkey is the successor post to the French Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire ...
Pierre Brochand - Career
... United Nations in New York, 1985–1989 French Ambassador to Hungary, 1989–1993 French Ambassador in Israel, 1993–1995 Director General cultural, scientific and technical, 1995–1998 Diplomatic Adviser to the ...
Batavian Republic - Stages in The History of The New Republic - Struggle For A Constitution
... The end result looked much like the French Constitution of 1795 ... Republic Kingdom of Holland First French Empire United Kingdom of the Netherlands Modern History Netherlands in World War II Netherlands Topics Military History Colonial History Dutch ... The new French ambassador Charles-François Delacroix took the side of the radicals ...
List Of Sciences Po People - Politics & Government - World - France
... candidate Martine Aubry, former French Minister for Social Affairs, mayor of Lille (in French Martine Aubry) Jack Lang, former French Minister of Culture and Education Jean-Pierre Chevènement. 1946), ambassador of France to the USA (2002–present), French Permanent Representative to the United Nations (2000–2002) Pierre de Boisdeffre, French ambassador to Uruguay (1981 ...

Famous quotes containing the words ambassador and/or french:

    I would like to be the first ambassador to the United States from the United States.
    Barbara Mikulski (b. 1936)

    The French are a tremendously verbal race: they kill you with their assurances, their repetitions, their reasons, their platitudes, their formulae, their propositions, their solutions.
    Christina Stead (1902–1983)