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    Sentences forCharles de Gaulle

    • General Charles de Gaulle led a huge and emotional crowd down the Champs Élysées towards Notre Dame de Paris, and made a rousing speech from the Hôtel de Ville.Paris-Wikipedia
    • On the way to the summit, Kennedy stopped in Paris to meet French President Charles de Gaulle, who advised him to ignore Khrushchev's abrasive style.John F. Kennedy-Wikipedia
    • On 18 June 1940, French general Charles de Gaulle, in exile in London as the leader of the Free French, made a speech, broadcast by the BBC, urging the French people not to capitulate to the Nazis.BBC-Wikipedia
    • French general Charles de Gaulle was among those who praised the fierceness of the Greek resistance.Greece-Wikipedia
    • The prospect of EC membership became doubtful in 1963 when French President General Charles de Gaulle stated that France opposed Britain's accession, which ceased negotiations with all other candidate countries.Republic of Ireland-Wikipedia
    • Though reluctant to back an unelected government, Roosevelt recognized Charles de Gaulle's Provisional Government of the French Republic as the de facto government of France in July 1944.Franklin D. Roosevelt-Wikipedia

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