3 edition of France under Mitterrand found in the catalog.
France under Mitterrand
by Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service in [Washington, DC]
Written in English
|Statement||by Charlotte Phillips Preece|
|Series||Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1981-82, reel 7, fr. 1381|
|Contributions||Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
Mitterrand, the nephew of late socialist President François Mitterrand, wrote about sex trips in a novel, detailing paying "boys" for sex. At the time the book was printed, the publisher's official description of La Mauvaise Vie (The Bad Life) unabashedly said the main character "greatly resembles" Mitterrand. Now detractors are using. Biography. Pingeot is the daughter of former French president François Mitterrand and his mistress Anne is said to be named after the Bibliothèque Mazarine, the oldest library in France, because of her parents' love for existence of this daughter of president Mitterrand was long hidden from the press but was almost revealed by the French writer Jean-Edern : Mazarine Marie Pingeot, 18 December (age .
Under Mitterrand, the ostensibly ``Socialist'' France has become a free-market success story. The franc is solid, inflation has plunged - and there's not a communist minister in : William Echikson. François Maurice Mitterrand (fräNswä´ mōrēs´ mētəräN´), –96, French political leader, president of France, –Initially a supporter of Pétain's Vichy government during World War II, he joined the Resistance in Mitterrand served in the National Assembly (–58) and senate (–62). As head of a small left-of-center party, he held ministerial posts in many.
François Mitterrand, who has died a was President of France for 14 years, from to , longer than any other head of state in the five Republics since the Revolution of - . That Mitterrand could rule France for 14 years while undergoing cancer treatment - and keep it secret - is a measure of his hunger for power. In Mitterrand's case, power was also an aphrodisiac.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Contemporary French civilization, v. 8, nos. double issue, Fall/winter, English and French. An analysis of the differences between French and British politics, providing a survey of the French political scene under President Mitterrand, and arguing that France's political culture is so Read more.
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The fourteen years during which Mitterrand was at the helm ushered in fundamental change in many different domains, as France faced up to new challenges in an increasingly uncertain : Mairi Maclean. François Mitterrand, in full François-maurice-marie Mitterrand, (born Oct. 26,Jarnac, France—died Jan.
8,Paris), politician who served two terms (–95) as president of France, leading his country to closer political and economic integration with western Europe. The first socialist to hold the office, Mitterrand abandoned. François Mitterrand François Mitterrand was born in Charente, France in He studied Public Law and received his degree inand estab-lished his political roots on the French nationalist right.
On the outbreak of the Second World War He was drafted to the front lines, and was captured in and held as a German Size: KB. Mitterrand's affair with Pingeot was an open secret among reporters who covered his presidency, bound by an unwritten French code of respect for the private lives of public figures.
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It has had its own website since 19 Decemberand is often the only French newspaper easily obtainable in non-French-speaking : Jérôme Fenoglio. A considered look at the Mitterrand presidency as a whole, its place in French history, and the trends for the twenty-first century emerging under Chirac.
The fourteen years during which Mitterrand was at the helm ushered in fundamental change in many different domains, as France faced up to new. Under Mr. Mitterrand, France is governed by a group of steely-eyed, ambitious young technocrats who bear no resemblance whatsoever to the throngs of Author: Richard Bernstein.
François Maurice Adrien Marie Mitterrand was a French statesman who served as President of France from tothe longest time in office in French history. As First Secretary of the Socialist Party, he was the first left-winger to be elected President of France under the Fifth Republic.
France - France - Foreign policy: Meanwhile, some important successes were being scored in the field of foreign policy. For two decades after France had remained diplomatically isolated in Europe. Bismarck, to ward off potential French ideas of revenge, had shrewdly encouraged the republic’s governments to embark on colonial conquest overseas and had negotiated alliances with all those.
Under the Fourth Republic, in Decemberfrom the platform of the National Assembly, Raymond Dronne, former captain of the 2nd tank division, now a Gaullist deputy, had challenged François Mitterrand, then Minister of the Interior: “I do not reproach you for having successively worn the fleur de lys and the francisque d’honneur [honors.
The Bibliothèque Nationale de France is the national library of the French Republic. It was dedicated in by then-President François Mitterrand. There are 7 sites comprising the library in Paris, with the largest being in the 13th arrondissement. The Mitterrand doctrine (from French: Doctrine Mitterrand) was a policy established in by socialist French president François Mitterrand concerning Italian far-left terrorists who fled to France: those convicted for violent acts in Italy, but excluding "active, actual, bloody terrorism" during the "Years of Lead", would not be extradited to Italy.
Mitterrand based this oral promise. With France under Nazi occupation, Mr. Mitterrand initially sought to help the collaborationist Government of Marshal Petain in Vichy. He worked initially as. A newly published book detailing the activities of French President Francois Mitterrand before, during and after World War II has sent major shockwaves through the president’s Socialist Party.
François Mitterrand has 40 books on Goodreads with ratings. François Mitterrand’s most popular book is Lettres à Anne. The Bibliothèque nationale de France (French: [biblijɔtɛk nasjɔnal də fʁɑ̃s], "National Library of France"; BnF) is the national library of France, located in is the national repository of all that is published in France and also holds extensive historical on: Paris, France.This item is an 8" X 10 1/2",black and white press/wire photo of Francoise Mitterrand in the Soviet Union in The back of the photo has an original dated byline written in English and çois Maurice Adrien Marie Mitterrand (26 October – 8 January ) was the fourth President of France elected under the Fifth Republic, serving from until Price: $ When Mitterrand won power inthanks to the votes of disgruntled Gaullists under Jacques Chirac and the alliance with the Stalinist French Communist party, his dilettante approach to Author: Guardian Staff.