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The fascinating daily life of the French

Certain expressions that have appeared over the centuries are in common use today. But are they still appropriate? In his book & 39; & 39; The fascinating daily life of the French & 39; & 39; Jean-Pierre Rorive tells us twenty-one centuries of anecdotes and customs, sometimes cruel, sometimes funny, which, from the Gauls to the present day, have marked the daily life of our country.
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Man of the Year 1894 - BD

In 1894 the biggest affair of the Third Republic broke out, the one that would tear apart the deputies, but also the whole of France, which was passionate about this story relayed as never before by the press: the Dreyfus Affair! Articles, speeches, debates, caricatures, all weapons are good to support his theses and discredit the opponent.
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Food during the New Nation - History

FoodMost Americans& 39; diets were based on cornmeal and pork or bacon Cornmeal was often made into corn pone, a coarse bread; or hominy, a type of porridge. Because of refrigeration problems, few had access to fresh meat, and many were suspicious of any meat that was not salted and preserved. All over the country, local game, like deer and buffalo, or even raccoon and squirrel, made their way to the dinner table, to supplement the pork, poultry and beef from the farm.
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Shaw II DD- 373 - History

Shaw II(DD-373: dp. 1,450; 1. 341& 39;4& 39;& 39;; b. 34& 39;8& 34;; dr. 17& 39;; s. 35k.; cpl. 204; a. 5 4& 39;& 39;, 12 21& 34; tt., 2 dct.; cl. Mahan)The second Shaw (DD-373) was laid down on 1 October 1934 at the United States Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa.; launched on 28 October 1935; sponsored by Miss Dorthy L.
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