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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Both Daladier and Chamberlain returned home to jubilant welcoming crowds who believed the threat of war had passed.
Gorunuse gore Chamberlain ve Daladier ikili oynuyordu (83) ama yine de bu Sovyet Hukumeti'nin--Almanya ile ticari konularla ilgili gorusmelere baslasa da--Ingiltere ve Fransa ile ittifak arayisini surdurmesine engel olmadi.
Masonry, carpentry, roofing, coated necessary to repair the roof and the north faade of a communal building at 64 Boulevard Edouard Daladier in the town of Orange.
Returning to politics, Martin characterizes Edouard "The Hesitant" Daladier as an astute French statesman who correctly understood the threat of Nazi Germany, but remained a step behind in terms of domestic war preparations, hampered as a coalition politician and an ineffective diplomat.
Bodon effectively illustrates how Petain and the Vichy labeled Gamelin, Daladier, and Blum as the politicians and military leaders responsible for the "great defeat" of France in 1940 by the Nazis.
It may be fashionable to belittle the "lessons of Munich," when Neville Chamberlain and Edouard Daladier appeased Hitler, deferring to his claims on Czechoslovakia.
By 1938 in Munich, this 'spirit of Locarno' has been confirmed in practice when French President Daladier and British PM Chamberlain (Atlantic Europe) jointly paid a visit to Germany and gave concessions--practically a free hand--to Hitler and Mussolini (Central Europe) on gains in Eastern Europe.
Le 26 novembre 1938, a Paris, lors d'une seance a l'Academie des sciences morales et politiques, Raoul Dandurand est accueilli par le ministre des Affaires etrangeres, Georges Bonnet, du gouvernement Daladier, dont on connait les affinites religieuses (55), et celebre <<les relations intellectuelles entre le Canada et la France>>.
Diana Betancourth-Giraldo (1,2) *, Dagoberto Oyola-Lozano (2), Humberto Bustos-Rodriguez (2), Yebrail Rojas-Martinez (2), Daladier Granada-Ramirez (2)
A repeat of the infamous agreement between Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Edouard Daladier and Neville Chamberlain, in which the Sudetenland, a province belonging to Czechoslovakia though inhabited by Germans, was turned over to Nazi Germany, leaving democratic little Czechoslovakia defenseless.
The most notable prisoners included Edouard Daladier, France's prime minister until his resignation in March 1940.