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Général Raoul Salan, Général Edmond Jouhaud, Colonel Antoine Argoud, Georges Bidault, Jacques Soustelle, Joseph Ortiz, Capitaine Pierre Sergent - La Prison/L'Exil mp3 flac

Général Raoul Salan, Général Edmond Jouhaud, Colonel Antoine Argoud, Georges Bidault, Jacques Soustelle, Joseph Ortiz, Capitaine Pierre Sergent - La Prison/L'Exil mp3 flac

Performer: Général Raoul Salan
Title: La Prison/L'Exil
Style: Political
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Général Raoul Salan, Général Edmond Jouhaud, Colonel Antoine Argoud, Georges Bidault, Jacques Soustelle, Joseph Ortiz, Capitaine Pierre Sergent - La Prison/L'Exil mp3 flac


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Présentation Jean-Pax Mefret.

It was founded in Spain, on January 1961, by former officers, Pierre Lagaillarde (who led the 1960 Siege of Algiers), General Raoul Salan (who took part in the 1961 Algiers putsch or "Generals' Uprising") and Jean-Jacques Susini, along with other members of the French Army, including Yves Guérin-Sérac, and former members of the French Foreign Legion from. the First Indochina War (1946–54). In April 1962 the OAS leader, Raoul Salan was captured. Despite the OAS bombing campaign, the FLN remained resolute in its agreement to the ceasefire and on 17 June 1962 the OAS also began a ceasefire. The Algerian authority officially guaranteed the security of the remaining Europeans, but in early July 1962 occurred the Oran Massacre: hundreds of armed people came down to European areas of the city, attacking European civilians.

A La Prison B L'Exil. General Trees - World A Dance

Organisation armée secrète Jean-Jacques Susini Pierre Lagaillarde Raoul Salan Edmond Jouhaud Yves Godard (officier) Jean-Claude Perez (OAS) Front Algérie française Algérie française Front de libération nationale (Algérie) Barbouze Commandant Azzedine André Zeller Maurice Challe Putsch des généraux Jean-Pierre Chevènement Albert Dovecar 1er régiment étranger de parachutistes Légion étrangère Claude Piegts Joseph Katz Jean-Marie Bastien-Thiry Antoine Argoud Georges. Bidault Hélie de Saint Marc Jacques Soustelle Roger Degueldre Joseph Ortiz Pierre Chateau-Jobert Jacques Foccart.

Электронная книга "Mes campagnes (1792-1815) - Notes et correspondance du colonel d'artillerie Pion des Loches: mises en ordre et publiées par Maurice Chipon et Léonce Pingaud. Colonel Antoine-Augustin Pion des Loches. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Mes campagnes (1792-1815) - Notes et correspondance du colonel d'artillerie Pion des Loches: mises en ordre et publiées par Maurice Chipon et Léonce Pingaud.

Antoine Argoud (26 June 1914 – 10 June 2004) was a French Army officer specializing in counter-insurgency during the Algerian War of Independence. Argoud's opposition to Algerian independence from France resulted in his joining of the Organisation armée secrète (OAS) and support for its use of violence in opposition to this policy. On February 25, 1963, when Antoine Argoud was hiding in Munich after the failed August 22, 1962 assassination attempt on de Gaulle, he was kidnapped by French secret police CRS agents at the Eden-Wolff hotel, and smuggled to France à la Eichmann, where he was interrogated.

Alain de Sérigny is arrested. Joseph Ortiz’s FNF and General Lionel Chassin’s MP13 are dissolved. The government is shuffled once again: Jacques Soustelle, being too rigid, is excluded. He hands over the Ministry of Information to Louis Terrenoire, who leaves the RTF. The legionnaire Pierre Messmer is appointed Minister of Defense. Seething with indignation, General Raoul Salan issues a declaration denouncing the sympathizers (the porters of FLN suitcases ) and the new governmental policy. Pierre Messmer recalls Salan and confines him to Paris. In forcing Jacques Soustelle and Georges Bidault into exile, Charles de Gaulle gets rid of his main political rivals. At Rome, these rivals try to establish a National Council of Resistance, recalling by this name, that de Gaulle had not single-handedly saved France in 1944, and that their role had been as important as his.

Raoul Salan;Maurice Challe;Edmond Jouhaud;Andre Zeller. People: Raoul Salan, Maurice Challe, Edmond Jouhaud, Andre Zeller. Generals Meet De Gaulle. People: Raoul Salan, Pierre Guillaumat, Paul Ely. Rebel Generals. People: General Raoul Salan. General Raoul Salan Leaves Alger For Paris. April 26, 1961 A Few Days After The Putsch Of The Generals In Algiers. The Wife And The Daughter Of General Raoul Salan Under House Arrest. At Alger On May 1958. People: Jacques Soustelle, Raoul Salan, Massu. People: Raoul Salan, Jacques Soustelle, Massu. French Military Men Talking.

General Raoul Salan argued that he joined the coup without concerning himself with its technical planning, however it has always been considered a four-man coup d'état, as de Gaulle famously put it: "un quarteron de généraux en retraite" (a quartet of retired generals). The coup was to come in two phases: first, an assertion of control in French Algeria's major cities Algiers, Oran and Constantine followed by the seizure of Paris. The metropolitan operation would be led by Colonel Antoine Argoud, with French paratroopers descending on strategic airfields. On 22 April 1961, retired generals Raoul Salan, André Zeller, Maurice Challe and Edmond Jouhaud, helped by colonels Antoine Argoud, Jean Gardes, Joseph Ortiz and Jean-Jacques Susini (who would form the OAS terrorist group), took control of Algiers.

Tracklist

A La Prison
B L'Exil

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Présentation Jean-Pax Mefret