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Liberation of France


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France, Liberation of

France, Liberation of (1944–45)

THE DISCARDED LEADER: GENERAL HENRI GIRAUD AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE FRENCH COMMITTEE OF NATIONAL LIBERATION

Citizens, Squatters, and Asocials: The Right to Housing and the Politics of Difference in Post-Liberation France

MALRAUX, André (1901 - 1976), Compagnon de la Libération; Officier de la Légion d’Honneur; Author; Minister of State for Cultural Affairs, Fifth Republic of France, 1960–69

Agreement between France and Germany concerning the Liberation and Repatriation of Civilians and the Treatment of the Population in Occupied Territories, signed at Berne, 26 April 1918

Julian Jackson. Living in Arcadia: Homosexuality, Politics, and Morality in France from the Liberation to AIDS. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 2009. Pp. xiii, 321. $40.00

JACOB, François (1920 - 2013), Croix de la Libération; Grand-Croix de la Légion d’Honneur; biologist; Head of Cellular Genetics Unit, Pasteur Institute, 1960–91; Professor of Cellular Genetics, at the College of France, 1964–91

CASSIN, René (1887 - 1976), Grand Croix Légion d’Honneur; Compagnon de la Libération; Médaille Militaire; Croix de Guerre; Judge (formerly President), European Court of Human Rights; President, International Institute of Human Rights, Strasbourg; Member of the French Institute since 1947

Declaration modifying the Agreement of 10 September 1919 with regard to the Contributions to the Cost of Liberation of the Territories of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy between Belgium, the British Empire, China, Cuba, France, Greece, Italy, Japan, Panama, Portugal, Roumania, the Serb-Croat-Slovene State, Siam and the United States, opened for signature at Paris, signed 8 December 1919

Agreement relative to Contributions to the Cost of Liberation of the Territories of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy between Belgium, the British Empire, China, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, France, Greece, Italy, Japan, Nicaragua, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Siam and the United States, signed at St. Germain-en-Laye, 10 September 1919

 

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