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The Trial of Klaus Barbie (1987)

The Trial of Klaus Barbie (1987)

May 11, 1987, the Rhone Assize Court begins the trial of Klaus Barbie. Klaus Barbie, SS officer of the SD (German counter-espionage services) arrived in France in June 1942. He who had already stood out in Russia for his qualities in the fight against insurgency, quickly became the head of the Gestapo Lyonnaise (February 1943).

All wars

All wars

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Capitulation of Japan (September 2, 1945)

Capitulation of Japan (September 2, 1945)

The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and 9 ultimately lead to the surrender of Japan. The official surrender, signed on board the American battleship Missouri in Tokyo Bay, on September 2, 1945, marks the end of World War II. Beginning on December 7, 1941 at Pearl Harbor, the War in the Pacific saw hundreds of thousands of fighters clash in the world's largest theater of operations, in both land and naval air warfare.

The aunt with good back

The aunt with good back

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Theater

Theater

Art at the theater. French comedy - History and famous people The Comédie Française was born over three centuries ago, with the motto "Simul et Singulis" - to be together and to be yourself - with a beehive and bees as its emblem. . Directed by Molière, all the activities and life of this troop were initially noted by La Grange (1635-1692), a faithful friend of Molière.

8th European History Days

8th European History Days

The 8th European History Days, devoted to "the history of Europe's relations with Islam, from Al Andalus to the present day" will take place on June 17 and 18 at the Sorbonne (Paris 17th) and will offer a program of more than 30 lectures on History, Art History and Geopolitics.