2 CV: "La Deuche" - Read more about it here:  http://frenchgirlinseattle.blogspot.com/2011/09/la-deux-chevaux-2-cv-french-legend.html

2 CV: "La Deuche" - Read more about it here: http://frenchgirlinseattle.blogspot.com/2011/09/la-deux-chevaux-2-cv-french-legend.html

Lady at the Paris Exhibition by Luis Jiménez Aranda, 1889 France, Meadows Museum

Lady at the Paris Exhibition by Luis Jiménez Aranda, 1889 France, Meadows Museum

A French man weeps as the Nazis march into Paris, June 14, 1940, beginning a four-year occupation of the 'City of Light.'

A French man weeps as the Nazis march into Paris, June 14, 1940, beginning a four-year occupation of the 'City of Light.'

Two French boys watch military convoys go their their destroyed city (St. Lo, 1944)

Two French boys watch military convoys go their their destroyed city (St. Lo, 1944)

A soldier stands protectively over a frightened French family during a German sniper attack. The sniper attacked while French General Charles DeGaulle was taking a tour of city following its liberation by Allies after uprising of the French Forces of the Interior (F.F.I.) 25 August 1944

A soldier stands protectively over a frightened French family during a German sniper attack. The sniper attacked while French General Charles DeGaulle was taking a tour of city following its liberation by Allies after uprising of the French Forces of the Interior (F.F.I.) 25 August 1944

CHARLES DE GAULLE       Leader of the Free French "To all Frenchmen" : De Gaulle exhorting the French to resist to the German occupation  De Gaulle strongly denounced the French government's decision to seek armistice with the Nazis and set about building the Free French Forces from the soldiers and officers deployed outside France or who had fled France with him. On 18 June, de Gaulle delivered a famous radio address via the BBC Radio service. Although the British cabinet initially…

CHARLES DE GAULLE Leader of the Free French "To all Frenchmen" : De Gaulle exhorting the French to resist to the German occupation De Gaulle strongly denounced the French government's decision to seek armistice with the Nazis and set about building the Free French Forces from the soldiers and officers deployed outside France or who had fled France with him. On 18 June, de Gaulle delivered a famous radio address via the BBC Radio service. Although the British cabinet initially…

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