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These new pictures focussed on the familiar and commonplace objects that he had heard the men in his prison camp talking about as the things they missed most, hence associated with the sense of lost freedom: the cafe at the corner, the newspaper kiosk, the girls in doorways and windows along the street, the golden-crusted French bread they lacked, the cigarettes denied them.
In an anonymous interview with a French newspaper the financier told of spending several months with her.
In 1888 Alfred's brother Ludvig died while visiting Cannes and a French newspaper erroneously published Alfred's obituary.
The French newspaper Le Figaro described the young king as " the happiest and best-loved of all the rulers of the earth ".
In June 1836, French newspaper La Presse was the first to include paid advertising in its pages, allowing it to lower its price, extend its readership and increase its profitability and the formula was soon copied by all titles.
Metro ( Belgian newspaper ) ( Concentra ) is a major daily free newspaper in a Dutch and French edition.
Initially producing illustrations for Belgian Scouting magazines, in 1927 he began working for the conservative newspaper Le XXe Siècle, where he adopted the pen name " Hergé ", based upon the French pronunciation of " RG ", his initials reversed.
* In 2012, IKEA in France was accused by the independent newspaper Le Canard enchaîné and the investigative website Mediapart of spying on its employees and clients by illegally accessing French police records.
In June 1939, Franco-German relations were strained when the head of the French section of the Dienststelle Ribbentrop, Otto Abetz, was expelled from France following allegations that he had bribed two French newspaper editors to print pro-German articles.
The moderate tactics used by the CAM to obtain consideration of reform — petitions, newspaper editorials, and personal appeals to French officials — proved inadequate, and the tensions created in the CAM by the failure of the plan caused it to split.
* 1874 – François Coty, French perfume manufacturer and newspaper publisher, founder of the fascist league Solidarité Française ( d. 1934 )
* 1631 – Publication of La Gazette, first French newspaper.
Alfred Nobel had the unpleasant surprise of reading his own obituary, titled The merchant of death is dead, in a French newspaper.
In 1888, Nobel was astonished to read his own obituary, titled The merchant of death is dead, in a French newspaper.
The French newspaper Libération received a letter declaring:
The discovery was reported in Courrier de l ' Égypte, the official newspaper of the French expedition, in September: the anonymous reporter expressed a hope that the stone might one day be the key to deciphering hieroglyphs.
On January 1, the " take the time to smiley " promotion was launched in the French newspaper France Soir.
In the United States, as the hoax was revealed by Sokal, French philosopher Jacques Derrida was initially one of the favourite targets of discredit, particularly in newspaper coverage.
In 1920, the French newspaper L ´ Auto reported on a competition called " Les Trois Sports " with a 3 km run, 12 km bike, and a swim across the channel Marne.
* March 20 – The French newspaper L ' Express reveals that the French army tortures Algerian prisoners.
** La Gazette, the first French newspaper, was founded.
His many essays on Iran, published in the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera, only appeared in French in 1994 and then in English in 2005.

French and record
It truly relives another age for the inhabitants use carriages rather than autos and old British and French forts are left intact for tourists to visit and record.
* 2007 – Conventional-Train World Speed Record: a French TGV train on the LGV Est high speed line sets an official new world speed record.
* AZ ( label ), a French record label
In France, Claude François who re-invented himself as the king of French disco, released " La plus belle chose du monde ", a French version of the Bee Gees hit record, " Massachusetts ", which became a big hit in Canada and Europe and " Alexandrie Alexandra " was posthumously released on the day of his burial and became a worldwide hit.
Several French colonial towns of the Illinois Country, such as Kaskaskia, Cahokia and St. Philippe, Illinois were flooded and abandoned in the late 19th century, with a loss to the cultural record of their archeology.
* 1863 – Charles Pathé, French pioneer of film and record industries ( d. 1957 )
In 185 battles that France had fought over the past 800 years, their armies had won 132 times, lost 43 times and drawn only 10, giving the French military the best record of any country in Europe ".
The middle series ( plates 48 to 64 ) record the effects of the famine that hit Madrid in 1811 – 12, before the city was liberated from the French.
French Stéphane Mifsud holds the record for Static Apnea at 11 minutes and 35 seconds ( June 2009 ).
A French TGV holds the world speed record for the fastest wheeled train, having reached on 3 April 2007.
The Seawind, Perry, Lightwave production catamarans from Australia, The largest manufacturer of large multihulls is Fontaine-Pajot in France ( the much larger French trimarans of the ORMA racing circuit and round the world record attempts are included in this total ).
Swiss importers added a little artisanal circuit, with specific IC, for France L norm, tuner became multistandard, but VCR record French broadcasts, on air, in MESECAM, the tapes are played in black and white on SECAM players, and SECAM tapes played B / W in these modified tuner VCR.
Versailles was again the political center of France, full of buzz and rumors, with its population briefly peaking at 61, 686 in 1872, matching the record level of population reached on the eve of the French Revolution 83 years earlier.
Upon repair, rigid airship technology proved its potential in subsequent flights ( the second and third flights were on 17 October 1900 and 24 October 1900 ) beating the 6 m / s velocity record of the French airship La France by 3 m / s.
** Alain Mosconi, French swimmer, Olympic medalist and previous world record holder
** Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, French musician and record producer ( Daft Punk )
Marin followed the route that Céloron had mapped out four years earlier, but where Céloron had limited the record of French claims to the burial of lead plates, Marin constructed and garrisoned forts.
* Labels, a French record label created by Virgin Group, now a division of EMI Music France
In 1981, Marceau made her singing debut with French singer François Valéry on record " Dream in Blue ", written by Delanoë.
The task, originally given to Vasco da Gama's father, was finally offered to Vasco by Manuel I on the strength of his record of protecting Portuguese trading stations along the African Gold Coast from depredations by the French.
The Honda powered FW10 holds the race lap record for the original circuit when Mansell's team mate Keke Rosberg recorded a time of 1: 39. 914 during the 1985 French Grand Prix.
A record in worldwide shipping of Champagne ( including domestic French consumption ) of 327 million bottles was set in 1999 in anticipation of end of millennium celebrations, and a new record was set in 2007 at 338. 7 million bottles.
These French newspaper articles were read into the record of the Reichstag and were followed by a vote to increase military spending, all of which worked to the advantage of Zaharoff.

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