Charles de Gaulle

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French general and statesman who became very popular during World War II as the leader of the Free French forces in exile (1890-1970)

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He said a close leader of Altaf Hussain had mentioned the role played by French statesman Charles De Gaule.
Summary: Rabat - Because of the ongoing strike of Servisair employees, which started on October 14, Morocco's flag carrier (RAM) has redirected most of its flight for Orly to Charles de Gaule airport in Paris.
30am on the Sunday morning, landing at a wet Charles de Gaule with plenty of time to get into the city and find our hotel before the 1pm start.
Situated in gently rolling countryside about 20 miles east of Paris, and within easy access of Charles De Gaule airport, the resort boasts its own rail terminal, seven Disney-themed hotels, and six extraordinary parks.
Even after Ireland's moral victory in Paris he found himself rushing to Charles de Gaule airport straight after the match to catch a connection back to London where he was a Saracens replacement for a match against Wasps the following day.