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GWR 102 La France - Operation
... La France was put to work on important expresses in order to fully evaluate it in operation, and worked turn and turn about with GWR 4-4-0 express locos such as the City class and Atbara class ... La France was withdrawn in October 1926 having achieved 728,031 miles ... In practice, La France did not provide any significant improvement in either performance or economy compared to No 171 Albion, Churchwards prototype 4-6-0 which was converted to a 4-4-2 specifically ...
La France (airship)
... The La France was a French Army airship launched by Charles Renard and Arthur Constantin Krebs in 1884 ... the first fully controlled free-flight with the La France ... On its seven flights in 1884 and 1885 the La France dirigible returned five times to its starting point ...
Louis Rougier - Selected Works
... La matérialisation de l'énergie essai sur la théorie de la relativité et sur la théorie des quanta ... La philosophie géométrique de Henri Poincaré ... Les paralogismes du rationalisme essai sur la théorie de la connaissance ...
Claude Paillat - Bibliography
... de l'Algérie (1958–1961) published by Presses de la Cité ... de l'Algérie (1954–1958)published by Presses de la Cité ... Dossier Secret de L'indochinepublished by Presses de la Cité ...
Tientsin Accord - Text of The Accord (original French)
... La France s’engage à respecter et à protéger contre toute agression d’une nation quelconque, et en toutes circonstances, les frontières méridi ... Céleste Empire, rassuré par les garanties formelles de bon voisinage qui lui sont données par la France, quant à l’intégrité et à la sécurité des frontières méridionales de la Chine, s ... de l’attitude conciliante du Gouvernement du Céleste Empire, et pour rendre hommage à la sagesse patriotique de Son Excellence Li-Hong-Chang, négociateur de cette convention, la ...

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