Daladier


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Daladier

?douard . 1884--1970, French radical socialist statesman; premier of France (1933; 1934; 1938--40) and signatory of the Munich Pact (1938)
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Opposition leaders accused Sarkozy of capitulating, comparing Merkel to 19th century German leader Otto von Bismarck and the French president to Edouard Daladier, who had signed the notorious Munich Accords to just appease Hitler in 1938.
At Schloss Itter in Austria, the Nazis interned most of their prominent French prisoners, including the last premier of the Third Republic, Eduard Daladier, and General Maurice Gamelin.
But the French Prime Minister Eduard Daladier mused after meeting her in 1939 that here was "an excessively ambitious young woman who would be ready to sacrifice every other country in the world so that she might remain Queen".
The strategic partnership between the Neville Chamberlain and Edouard Daladier governments in the spring of 1940 is a subject that usually does not get much attention, but an interesting account of that short-lived alliance can be found in this book.
This account also places the behaviour of Neville Chamberlain and the French Prime Minister Daladier in a better light than normal.
To be sure, Britain's Neville Chamberlain and France's Edouard Daladier signed a shameful treaty with Hitler and Mussolini in Munich.
Munich -- the 1938 meeting between Adolf Hitler, [euro][umlaut]douard Daladier, Neville Chamberlain, and Benito Mussolini -- is a frequent witness summoned to court by politicians trying to argue the case for foreign adventures.
But these bodies, Roosevelt, Hitler, Daladier, Stalin are dead.
On August 9, the same paper gave as examples of the 1938 "spirit of appeasement" the "fantasies of Chamberlain, Daladier and Pope Plus.
In hopes of avoiding war, British Prime Minister Chamberlain and French Premier Daladier decided to ignore threats against the Jews while seeking diplomatic compromise to achieve "peace in our time.
In hopes of avoiding war, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and French Premier Edouard Daladier decided to ignore threats against the Jews while seeking diplomatic compromise to achieve, as Chamberlain worded it, ``peace in our time.
For example, Neville Chamberlain gets high recognition in Great Britain (80%), Edouard Daladier is somewhat better known in France (45%), as Claus Graf von Stauffenberg is in Germany (65%).