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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lot n 1: Maintenance and maintenance services of waterproofing roofs, Terraces and english courses of the buildings of the roissy-charles de gaulle site
Two special non-stop flights for the Christmas holiday period will operate between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Saint Martin - Juliana on 23 December 2017 and 6 January 2018.
FS Charles de Gaulle has been operating in the Arabian Gulf since Dec.
Charles De Gaulle has been operating in the Arabian Gulf since December 7 and conducting missions with US and coalition partners in the fight against Daesh.
The presence of 26 military aircraft aboard the Charles de Gaulle triples French forces in the region, adding to the 12 planes already stationed in the UAE and Jordan: six Rafale and six Mirage 2000 aircraft.
A message on the Easyjet website read: "Unfortunately, your aircraft is diverting to Charles de Gaulle due to a passenger welfare issue.
A further 15 Auto Bag Drop units will be rolled out later this year in Charles de Gaulle T2EJ2F and T2G.
There are many stories of the stormy relationship between De Gaulle and Winston Churchill, who once said: "The heaviest cross I had to bear during the wartime years was the cross of Lorraine" - the badge of the Free French.
The deployment of the marine battle group is due to be announced by President Francois Hollande when he gives his annual new year's speech to the armed forces onboard the Charles de Gaulle on January 14, according to the "Mer et Marine" news site.
En ese Instante en que los ojos del mundo estaban sobre el muy facil le hubiera sido permanecer solo junto a Charles de Gaulle.
In the Shadow of the General: Modern France and the Myth of de Gaulle, by Sudhir Hazareesingh.
Lufthansa will cancel around a hundred flights to and from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport over the next three days due to a strike by ground staff over cost cutting measures.
Martin (European Institute, Washington, DC) tackles all of these questions in his analysis of de Gaulle's foreign policy, arguing first that, while de Gaulle was not guided by anti-American hostility, the goal of countering US power became increasingly central to his policies during the 1960s.
This comes in addition to 19 weekly flights already offered by Air France between Newcastle and Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.
The General: Charles de Gaulle and the France He Saved.