Pierre Chevalier


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Chevalier, Pierre

 

Dates of birth and death unknown. French officer and historian.

At the beginning of the War of Liberation of the Ukrainian People of 1648–54, Chevalier was a secretary at the French embassy in Poland. Chevalier’s works contain valuable information about the history and ethnography of the Ukraine in the mid-17th century and describe the principal military and political events of the period from 1648 to 1652.

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Istoriia viiny kozakiv proty Pol’shi. Kiev, 1960.
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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"Terra Incognita" (2002) marked the beginning of the filmmaker's happy, if brief, relationship with the Franco-German television channel Arte, specifically its Fiction unit--which from 1991-2003 was run by Pierre Chevalier.
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Pierre Chevalier, president of France's screenwriting commission and one of three newcomers to the Oscar panel this year, says, "The Oscars count very much; they are on a par with the Cannes Film Festival in terms of giving a film worldwide exposure, and it's a great shame that France has not been among the winners more often.