Charles De Gaulle (poet)

Charles De Gaulle (poet)

Charles Jules-Joseph de Gaulle (January 31, 1837 – January 1, 1880) was a French writer who was a pioneer of Pan-Celticism and the bardic revival. He is also known as Charlez Vro-C'hall, the Breton language version of his name. He was the uncle of General de Gaulle.

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Charles De Gaulle (poet) - General De Gaulle's 1969 Speech
... In January 1969, General deGaulle attempted to use his uncle's reputation in Brittany by declaiming the second quatrain of his uncle's poem Da Varsez Breiz (the lines above) during a speech at ... DeGaulle's use of the poem led to a severe adverse reaction from his audience who drowned out much of the rest of his speech ...

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