de Gaulle


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n de Gaulle 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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On Charles de Gaulle The Nation.
How Charles de Gaulle 's story became a collective fairy tale that the French have agreed to believe in.
3 women barred from France for refusing to remove veils at Charles de Gaulle .
Reporter's Notebook: Remembering De Gaulle 's Speech 70 Years Later.
At the beginning of his essay "Liberators", Robert M Adams refers to an assassination attempt against de Gaulle .
How Charles de Gaulle's story became a collective fairy tale that the French have agreed to believe in.
Strikes at a French deicing fluid factory led to a shortage that grounded planes at Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport as the rest of Europe's transportation system slowly dug out of snow drifts.
Two traffic-snarling construction projects along Gen de Gaulle Drive in Algiers are nearing completion as workers aim to finish widening the roadway and improving drainage by midsummer.
"The facts may prove me wrong," Charles de Gaulle one day declared to his Finance Minister, Antoine Pinay, "but history will prove me right".
Chula, a 30-pound Shetland sheepdog and veteran traveler, walks on a leash in the lobby of the TGV station at the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, France AP photo.
The French aircraft carrier 'Charles De Gaulle' is seen on the quay of the naval base in Toulon, France on March 18.
Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport (XDT).
Charles de Gaulle Airport Seven locations in Terminal 1, Schengen Area, Post-Security Paris, France.
BP 20101 Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport Roissy-en-France, 95711, France.