• 79th Infantry Division, which included the 304th Engineer Regiment, and departed France on 18 May.
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  • Absent from Monaco during most of the final years of his reign, he and his wife lived on their estate in France.
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  • Although the majority of the shows have been held in North America, four – in 1980, 1989, 2001 and 2011 – have been held in France.
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  • An attempt to escape, however, proved fruitless, and succeeded only in getting Marguerite sent back to France.
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  • As a patriot and the daughter of commoners, she was seen as one prototype of the low-born volunteers (the soldats de l'an II) who had victoriously fought for revolutionary France in 1802 and as such could be claimed by the Republicans.
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  • As a result of the treaty, France received Carinthia, Carniola, and the Adriatic ports, while Galicia was given to the Poles, the Salzburg area of the Tyrol went to the Bavarians, and Russia was ceded the district of Tarnopol.
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  • At the Battle of Brienne, on 20 January 1814, Napoleon had inflicted a tactical and strategic defeat on him, stopping his headlong progress along the Marne river into France.
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  • Both Frances and Elsie claimed to have taken the fifth photograph.
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  • British territories in the Pacific acquired independence between 1970 (Fiji) and 1980 (Vanuatu), the latter's independence having been delayed due to political conflict between English and French-speaking communities, as the islands had been jointly administered as a condominium with France.
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  • By its terms, Francis and Charles would each abandon their various conflicting claims and restore the status quo of 1538; the Emperor would relinquish his claim to the Duchy of Burgundy and the King of France would do the same for the Kingdom of Naples, as well as renouncing his claims as suzerain of Flanders and Artois.
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  • During Madagascar's First Republic, France heavily influenced Madagascar's economic planning and policy and served as its key trading partner.
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  • Final moments of the footage, not shown by France 2, September 30, 2000, courtesy of YouTube, accessed 18 September 2010.
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  • Following a remarkable 24-22 Six Nations win against France in Paris on 11 March 2012, the team is again ranked fourth in the world as of 12 March 2012.
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  • From 11 June until September 1944 the Spitfire-equipped No. 453 Squadron RAAF was often based at forward airfields in France and it and Australian light bomber and heavy bomber squadrons supported the liberation of France.
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  • His ideas resulted from his exposure to republicanism and social activism in France through the middle part of the 19th. century.
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  • However, the sector is in crisis due to falling prices, controversy and the importation of cheap meat; despite a resurgence following the Mad Cow scares of the 1990s, the consumption of horse meat has fallen sharply, although the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region remains the largest consumer of horse meat in France.
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  • In 1544 Henry had agreed to attack France together with Emperor Charles V, and English forces captured Boulogne at great cost in September, but soon England was left in the lurch after Charles had achieved his objectives and brokered a separate peace.
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  • In 1977, France and Qatar signed an agreement which garnered France another 24 AMX-30s sold, which would rise to 54 when Qatar ordered 30 AMX-30B2s in 1987.
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  • In France the action was greeted with celebration, and it became the only naval battle commemorated on the Arc de Triomphe.
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  • In May 1920 Princess Matoika took on board the bodies of ten female nurses and over 400 soldiers who died while on duty in France during the war.
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  • In order to prevent similar German attacks in the future, France later built a massive series of fortifications along the German border known as the Maginot Line.
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  • In spite of the overwhelming British victory in the climactic battle, the campaign has sometimes been considered a strategic success for France.
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  • In the 1870s, the construction of ironclads ceased for a while in France as the Jeune Ecole school of naval thought took prominence, suggesting that torpedo boats and unarmored cruisers would be the future of warships.
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  • In the final group game against host-nation South Africa in which Henry came on as a second-half substitute, France lost 2–1 and were eliminated from the tournament.
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  • James fled to France once more, departing from Kinsale, never to return to any of his former kingdoms.
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  • Marie-Louise died in Bazoches-sur-le-Betz on January 18, 1948, without leaving any descendants, and was buried in Montreuil, France.
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