French leader Charles de Gaulle in London after the French armistice with Germany. De Gaulle refused to accept the armistice and led the Free France resistance movement. London, Great Britain, June 25, 1940. — National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Md
France Liberation de Paris General de Gaulle Vintage Real Photo Postcard RPPC
Hiroo Onoda holds up the samurai sword that he kept with him during his years in the jungles of the Phillippines. He was sent to the Philippines late in 1944 to lead guerrilla warfare tactics against the Allied forces. After the unit was defeated by the U.S. military, a number of Japanese soldiers fled to the mountains where they remained in hiding.
Georges Pompidou Président 20 juin 1969 – 2 avril 1974
Preserved tattooed skin from Japan
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A strongman in the French army lifting a cannon overhead along with three of his comrades astride it, 1917.
World’s First Underwater Photo The first underwater camera system was developed by French scientist Louis Boutan in 1893.
1939 1945 Charles de Gaulle passant en revue des marins de la France libre. - Résistance dans l'Europe occupée par les nazis — Wikipédia