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    France Informative Speech

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    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go to France? Try all the delicious foods see all the amazing sights. I’m going to tell you all about it. First I’m going to tell you about the geography of France. France is the largest country in western Europe. It is made up of high mountain ranges that separate it from Spain, Italy, and Switzerland. And it’s a large flat plain with several rivers. The rivers were mostly navigable (maneuverable or crossable) and they are also wide and deep enough to for ships to pass through. Most of France has a climate that is ideal for farming. France has very rich soil in their lowland for their crops so it’s easy to grow crops which also makes France an important food producer. France's official name is the French Republic. France has a semi-Presidential Republic. It has both a President and a Prime Minister. The semi-presidential system (refered to as semi-presidentialism) is a system of government in which a popularly elected fixed term president and along with a prime minister and that is responsible to the government of a state. The current president and prime minister is Francois Hollande and Manuel Valls. The French parliament is the government building. France’s first inhabitants are the French people that are the descendants of Gauls and Belgae, western…

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    Research Paper On France

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    own…which would be your second choice? France.” - Thomas Jefferson. One of the globes oldest nations with rich history and profound traditions, France has become a world renowned location for its unique fashion, art, cuisine, and architecture. France is the second largest country in Europe. Located between Germany and Spain, the country measures to be 212,935 square miles. France is mostly covered with flat plains and is punctuated with mountains and ridges. The climate in France is…

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    France, the country known for its art, love, and food. France has a broad history filled with war and peace. Since France is such a big country with much history, this essay will mainly focus on one city. The city is known as The City of Lights. If you cannot tell already, this essay will be about Paris, France. Paris is an ancient city founded in the 3rd century (300 BC to 201 BC) by the Parisii, a Celtic Gaul Tribe. Nothing much went on after the Parisii settled Paris until the Battle of…

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    Gilles Havard’s article “Protection” and “Unequal Alliance”: The French Conception of Sovereignty over Indians in New France describes the way Indigenous people living in New France were perceived by the French authorities, the degree of citizenship that Indigenous people were given, and how these concepts of sovereignty affected the Indigenous communities both positively and negatively. In France, citizens were considered “regnicoles” (Havard, 2013) – citizens who had the full breadth of the…

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    France Research Paper

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    France is a beautiful country. No wonder it’s 66.03 million people living there and 84.7 million tourists (per year) love it so much. There is amazing food, many prosperous cities, and lots of culture. France has an interesting history and many symbols representing what the French people stand for and believe in. The French people have a wide variety of delicious foods. For example, there are a bunch of famous soups. These include bouillabaisse/fish soup, soupe au potiron/pumpkin soup and…

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    How Did France Enter Ww2

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    France played a major role in WWII, whether it was trying to save all of Europe by not letting Nazi Germany invaded Poland without a consequence. Maybe it was their desire for a free France that made them create a resistance that inspired others to do it against the Nazis as well. Also, one of the greatest military operations in history took place in France in order to continue the liberation of Europe. France entered WWII in September 1939, when Nazi Germany invaded Poland and France…

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    French Revolution Identity

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    revolution, there were two main historical periods which I believe had a major impact on the development of French Identity, one positive, the other negative: the Hundred Years War (1337 -1453) and the Wars of Religion (1562-1598), representing respectively periods of external threat to and internal conflict in France. Examination of both periods reveals the driving force in each period of threat and conflict and the instinct of peoples, as Thiesse observes, to become more radical in beliefs and…

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    France’s history is one of the most complicated and richest history in the world, but its beauty always mesmerizes the history lover. In the 8th century, after the death of Charlemagne came the division of the empire as the valid Treaty of Verdun was made . The three parts are now approximately France, Germany, and Italy. From 885 to 886, Charles the Fat took over Paris, however, he was incapable to show up at the battle with the Viking, proving that he was unable to protect the people, later he…

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    The only thing better than writing was beautiful photos peppered throughout. It is remarkable how Sciolino has immersed herself in this community. He managed to break down cultural barriers to get into the history and lives of the characters that make this a unique path to life. Just up the road in Paris is a wonderful celebration of the history, life, culture and food. Sciolino has a captivating force to teach readers about Paris, while making us laugh (and even brought me to tears at times)…

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    France is located in the continent of Europe. In Europe, France is considered as the second largest country. It is geographically positioned in the northern region as well as the eastern and western hemispheres. It is the 43rd largest nation in the world. Paris is the capital city of France. The city is bounded by different countries of Andorra, Belgium, Luxembourg, German, Italy, Monaco, and Spain. (worldatlas, 20015) Historically, the French culture was influenced by Celtic and Gallo-Roman…

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