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  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle (nasci 22 nuvembre 1890 – deçadi 9 nuvembre 1970 âl age de 90), en común nelle França abreve ca Général de Gaulle (Jénéral de Gaulle), era un lider militár et l'omme del état francès. Â prior delle 2de guerre mondiale era conocido comme le tacticien et l'avocate de utilisació des forces armoires et avioniques. Nel temp delle 2de guerre mondiale prant la range de jénéral de brigade et antè devenive le lider del gouvernement de França Livre nell'éxile.
  • Charles de Gaulle est un militaire et homme politique gaulois. « Les Français sont tous dévots ! » ~ Un historien révisionniste à propos des citations de Charles de Gaulle « Quel beau nez ! » ~ Cléopâtre à propos de l'appendice nasal de Charles de Gaulle « Pousse toi ducon ! » ~ Un rameur à propos du Charles de Gaulle qui se traine toujours « La France n'est pas un pays pauvre, elle est un pauvre pays » ~ Charles de Gaulle à propos de la France
  • Charles de Gaulle was a French officer who was kept prisoner in the Dusterstadt prison. He managed to escape in 1916 along with Indiana Jones but was caught soon after. → This article is a stub. You can help us by adding to it. Check out the talk page for hints on what needs to be done.
  • 1890-1970. President 1958-69. Survived 1968 rebellion. Known as "L'homme du 18 juin" because it was on this day in 1940 that he broadcast on the BBC to France, calling for continued resistance to the German conquerors. Unfortunately in the emotion caused by the fall of France, no recording was made and his speech has since got mixed up with a poster he had put up round London (in French) calling for Frenchies in London to contact him.
  • The son of a minor aristocrat, de Gaulle was raised as a strict Catholic, and studied at Saint-Cyr, a military school founded by Napoleon.
  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle (22 November 1890 – 9 November 1970) was a French general and statesman who led the Free French Forces during World War II and later founded the French Fifth Republic and served as its first President. Without question, de Gaulle is the most influential military and political leader in the post-war history of France.
  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle tai Général de Gaulle, (22. marraskuuta 1890 Lille – 9. marraskuuta 1970) oli ranskalainen kenraali ja poliitikko.
  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle ( or ; ; 22 November 1890 – 9 November 1970) was a French general and statesman who led the Free French Forces during World War II. He later founded the French Fifth Republic in 1958 and served as its first president from 1959 to 1969.
  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle (November 22, 1890 – November 9, 1970) was a French general and statesman who led the Free French Forces during World War II. He later founded the French Fifth Republic in 1958 and served as its first president from 1959 to 1969.
  • Charles De Gaulle became France's greatest military leader since Asterix by getting himself captured in the First World War. Standing at three metres high, De Gaulle was never included in any escape committee or tunnelling unit. His height ruled him out from everything and this exclusion may explain my De Gaulle would later turn out to be an awkward bastard for allies and foes alike. In 1944, in the midst of the Battle of the Bulge, de Gaulle is thought to have said Please don't eat it to his future wife. It was spring, and in Paris.
  • 200px|left|thumb|Persona Verda Flado de De Gaulle Charles de Gaulle estis Charles, kiu naskiĝis en Gaulle. Plej kutime konata kiel "le grand Charles" (la granda Karlo) pro lia rimarkinda altstatureco, estis franca militisto kaj statuo. Li estis dejune nutrata de la verkoj de Maurice Barrès Henri Bergson kaj Charles Péguy, kvankam tiu stranga nutrado, li survivis. Ekde sia dekkvina jaro li revis iĝi generalon, kaj iam savi Francion! En 1891 james Joyce verkis poemon pri la morto de Charles de Gaulle.
  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle (French: [ʃaʁl də ɡol] ( listen); 22 November 1890 – 9 November 1970) was a French general, resistant, writer and politician. He was the leader of Free France (1940–44) and the head of the Provisional Government of the French Republic (1944–46). In 1958, he founded the Fifth Republic and was elected as the 18th President of France, until his resignation in 1969. He was the dominant figure of France during the later Cold War era. De Gaulle was accused of putting French national interests ahead of the rest of the world. Nationalism can be bad.
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  • 1940-06-18
  • 1944-08-20
  • 1958-06-01
  • 1958-06-12
  • 1959-01-08
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  • 2
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Birth Date
  • 1890-11-22
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  • Leader of the Free French
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death place
  • Colombey-les-Deux-Églises, France
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  • Fallout
  • Hitler's War
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  • Discurso de De Gaulle.ogg
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Name
  • Charles de Gaulle
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  • 225
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  • *Charles de Gaulle - Étoile, infrastructure de Paris . *Charles de Gaulle, infrastructure de Castelnau-le-Lez .
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  • Portrait of de Gaulle during World War II
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Character Name
  • Charles de Gaulle
President
Party
Birth Place
  • Lille, France
Title
Cause of Death
  • Aneurysm of the aorta
term end
  • 16
  • 1944-07-03
  • 1946-01-20
  • 1959-01-08
  • 1959-01-09
  • 1969-04-28
death date
  • 1970-11-09
Rank
Allegiance
Battles
Description
  • Speech by Charles de Gaulle after the liberation of Paris, August 1944.
Minister
Successor
Before
Religion
Years
  • 1810
  • 1940
  • 1944
  • 1951
  • 1958
  • 1959
  • 19581965
After
Affiliations
State
  • collapsed
Profession
  • Officer
Children
Occupation
  • Military leader, Politician
  • Military, Politician
Order
Gender
  • Male
Death
  • 1970
  • 1970-11-09
Birth name
  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle
Signature
  • Charles de Gaulle Signature 2.svg
Birth
  • 1890
  • 1890-11-22
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Predecessor
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  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle (nasci 22 nuvembre 1890 – deçadi 9 nuvembre 1970 âl age de 90), en común nelle França abreve ca Général de Gaulle (Jénéral de Gaulle), era un lider militár et l'omme del état francès. Â prior delle 2de guerre mondiale era conocido comme le tacticien et l'avocate de utilisació des forces armoires et avioniques. Nel temp delle 2de guerre mondiale prant la range de jénéral de brigade et antè devenive le lider del gouvernement de França Livre nell'éxile.
  • Charles de Gaulle est un militaire et homme politique gaulois. « Les Français sont tous dévots ! » ~ Un historien révisionniste à propos des citations de Charles de Gaulle « Quel beau nez ! » ~ Cléopâtre à propos de l'appendice nasal de Charles de Gaulle « Pousse toi ducon ! » ~ Un rameur à propos du Charles de Gaulle qui se traine toujours « La France n'est pas un pays pauvre, elle est un pauvre pays » ~ Charles de Gaulle à propos de la France
  • Charles de Gaulle was a French officer who was kept prisoner in the Dusterstadt prison. He managed to escape in 1916 along with Indiana Jones but was caught soon after. → This article is a stub. You can help us by adding to it. Check out the talk page for hints on what needs to be done.
  • 1890-1970. President 1958-69. Survived 1968 rebellion. Known as "L'homme du 18 juin" because it was on this day in 1940 that he broadcast on the BBC to France, calling for continued resistance to the German conquerors. Unfortunately in the emotion caused by the fall of France, no recording was made and his speech has since got mixed up with a poster he had put up round London (in French) calling for Frenchies in London to contact him.
  • Charles De Gaulle became France's greatest military leader since Asterix by getting himself captured in the First World War. Standing at three metres high, De Gaulle was never included in any escape committee or tunnelling unit. His height ruled him out from everything and this exclusion may explain my De Gaulle would later turn out to be an awkward bastard for allies and foes alike. In 1940 France fell to the Germans and everyone thought the war was over. De Gaulle decided otherwise and against all his instincts, fled to England to sleep on Winston Churchill's couch at Number 10. Not wishing to have the enormous Frenchman lurking around the house, Churchill bunged De Gaulle a few white five pound notes and told him to get on with creating the Free French. Misunderstanding as this a call to set up a dance troupe, De Gaulle found other accommodation where he planned to surrender Britain to Hitler in exchange for France. In 1944, in the midst of the Battle of the Bulge, de Gaulle is thought to have said Please don't eat it to his future wife. It was spring, and in Paris. Legend has it that de Gaulle is an avid D&D player who regularly plays a druid who likes to hug trees. He has denied the allegation, claiming that D&D is a dirty American invention and deserves to die, even though he has been caught on tape dressing up as a D&D druid. Some French people have expressed their disappointment in de Gaulle's misrepresentation of Gallic culture, and they have since then been silenced by the de facto dictator. At the moment, nothing can prove the legend is true but the very fact that De Gaulle's uncle Panoramix was himself a druid is more than we need to propagate these rumors ! Adding to the de Gaulle mythos is the mostly unsubstantiated but perhaps proven fact that in the year 1943 he invented Egg cups in order to better enjoy his afternoon eggs.
  • The son of a minor aristocrat, de Gaulle was raised as a strict Catholic, and studied at Saint-Cyr, a military school founded by Napoleon.
  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle (November 22, 1890 – November 9, 1970) was a French general and statesman who led the Free French Forces during World War II. He later founded the French Fifth Republic in 1958 and served as its first president from 1959 to 1969. Immensely patriotic, de Gaulle and his supporters held the view, known as Gaullism, that France should continue to see itself as a major power and should not rely on other countries, such as the United States, for its national security and prosperity. Often criticized for his "Politics of Grandeur", de Gaulle oversaw the development of French atomic weapons and promoted a foreign policy independent of American and British influences. During his term, de Gaulle also faced controversy and political opposition from Anarchists, Communists and Socialists, as well as from the far right. Despite having been re-elected as president in 1965, in May 1968, he appeared likely to lose power amidst widespread protests by students and workers, but survived the crisis. However, de Gaulle resigned in 1969 after losing a referendum in which he proposed more decentralization. De Gaulle is widely considered to be the most influential leader in modern French history. During the Peace Walker Incident in 1974, French ornithologist Cécile Cosima Caminades recalled de Gaulle's presidency while discussing her home country with Big Boss, while data analyst Mei Ling quoted him to Solid Snake, during the Shadow Moses Incident in 2005.
  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle (22 November 1890 – 9 November 1970) was a French general and statesman who led the Free French Forces during World War II and later founded the French Fifth Republic and served as its first President. Without question, de Gaulle is the most influential military and political leader in the post-war history of France.
  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle ( or ; ; 22 November 1890 – 9 November 1970) was a French general and statesman who led the Free French Forces during World War II. He later founded the French Fifth Republic in 1958 and served as its first president from 1959 to 1969. De Gaulle came to the fore in the interwar army as a proponent of mobile armoured divisions. During World War II, he attained the rank of brigadier general (retained throughout his life). From London and later Africa, de Gaulle created and led the opposition to the French Vichy regime which was pro-German. He organized the Free French Forces with French soldiers who had escaped to in Britain. De Gaulle gradually gained control of nearly all overseas French colonies. By the time of the Allied invasion of France in 1944 he was heading what amounted to a French government in exile. From the very beginning, de Gaulle insisted that France be treated as a great power by the other Allies, despite her initial defeat. His promotion of French national interests led to confrontations with Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt, as did his refusal to participate in the D-Day landings in June 1944. Nevertheless, he participated in the liberation of Paris and secured for France a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council in 1945. After the war ended, de Gaulle became prime minister in the French Provisional Government, resigning in 1946 because of political conflicts. He founded his own political party, the Rally of the French People- Rassemblement du Peuple Francais, (RPF) in 1947. When the Algerian war crisis was ripping apart the Fourth Republic, the Assembly brought him back to power as President of the Council of Ministers during the May 1958 crisis. De Gaulle led the writing of a new constitution founding the Fifth Republic, and was elected President of France. Gaullism, de Gaulle's foreign policy strategy as president, asserted that France is a major power and should not rely on other countries, such as the United States, for its national security and prosperity. Often criticized for his "Politics of Grandeur", de Gaulle oversaw the development of French atomic weapons and promoted a foreign policy independent of "Anglo Saxon" (American and British) influences. He withdrew France from NATO military command—although remaining a member of the Western alliance—and twice vetoed Britain's entry into the European Community. In May 1968, he appeared likely to lose power amidst widespread protests by students and workers, but survived the crisis with an increased majority in the Assembly. However, de Gaulle resigned in 1969 after losing a referendum in which he proposed more decentralization. He became the most influential French leader since Napoleon.
  • 200px|left|thumb|Persona Verda Flado de De Gaulle Charles de Gaulle estis Charles, kiu naskiĝis en Gaulle. Plej kutime konata kiel "le grand Charles" (la granda Karlo) pro lia rimarkinda altstatureco, estis franca militisto kaj statuo. Li estis dejune nutrata de la verkoj de Maurice Barrès Henri Bergson kaj Charles Péguy, kvankam tiu stranga nutrado, li survivis. Ekde sia dekkvina jaro li revis iĝi generalon, kaj iam savi Francion! Li partoprenis kiel kapitano je la unua mondmilito. Kaptite, li provis dufoje fuĝi, sed lia alta staturo lin perfidis! Oni rakontas, ke en ia okazo, li duele batalis pro la belaj okuloj de pola grafino. Kiam ekis la Dua mondmilito li estis ŝtatsekretario al milito kaj fuĝis al Anglio. Li rekonkeris Francion kaj iĝis ĝian estron. Sub lia regado Francio elpaŝis el la milita organizo NATO, ĉar Francio provizis sin per propra atombomboforto. En 1891 james Joyce verkis poemon pri la morto de Charles de Gaulle.
  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle tai Général de Gaulle, (22. marraskuuta 1890 Lille – 9. marraskuuta 1970) oli ranskalainen kenraali ja poliitikko.
  • Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle (French: [ʃaʁl də ɡol] ( listen); 22 November 1890 – 9 November 1970) was a French general, resistant, writer and politician. He was the leader of Free France (1940–44) and the head of the Provisional Government of the French Republic (1944–46). In 1958, he founded the Fifth Republic and was elected as the 18th President of France, until his resignation in 1969. He was the dominant figure of France during the later Cold War era. De Gaulle was accused of putting French national interests ahead of the rest of the world. Nationalism can be bad. [De Gaulle] sanctioned the development of nuclear weapons, withdrew France from NATO and vetoed the entry of Britain into the Common Market. He also granted independence to Algeria in the face of strong opposition at home and from French settlers in Algeria. In May 1968, violent demonstrations by university students shook de Gaulle's government. A general strike followed, paralysing France and jeopardising the Fifth Republic. De Gaulle held elections and the country rallied to him, ending the crisis. In April 1969, De Gaulle resigned the presidency after losing a referendum on a reform proposal.
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