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Resources in Oliver
Here are some books that you may find useful during your studies. Search the Bennies catalogue Oliver for more, or browse the Non-fiction collection NFS..
Call Number: LEA 944 GAN
Publication Date: 2014
What is a baguette? How tall is the Eiffel Tower? What type of race is the Tour De France? Read this book to find out!
France : come on a journey of discovery by
Call Number: NFS 914.4 PIC
Publication Date: 2004
France in our world by
Call Number: LEA 944 DEL
Publication Date: 2013
Call Number: NFS 944 GAN
Publication Date: 2003
French president Emmanuel Macron lays a wreath at Arc de Triomphe, before the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Paris to commemorate the 99th anniversary of the end of World War One.
Armistice Day in France, where the dead of World War II are remembered with a ceremony during which the President and others lay wreaths at Paris' Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
For the first time, France and Germany have marked Armistice Day in a joint ceremony. Chancellor Angela Merkel joined President Nicolas Sarkozy in Paris Wednesday for the special commemoration to mark the end of World War I.
Armistice Day (Armistice de la Première Guerre mondiale) in France remembers those who died or were injured in World War I and other wars. It is generally a solemn occasion.
The Public holiday commemorates the Fête de la Victoire when the Armistice after World War I was signed on the 11 November 1918. Official ceremonies and military parades take place on the 11 November, in the same manner as Americans celebrate Veterans’ Day. Find out more below on World War I Armistice Day in France!