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  1. 28 juin — Wikipédia

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    28 mai 28 juillet Chronologies thématiques Croisades Ferroviaires Sports Disney Anarchisme Catholicisme Abréviations / Voir aussi (° 1852) = né en 1852 († 1885) = mort en 1885 a.s. = calendrier julien n.s. = calendrier grégorien Calendrier Calendrier perpétuel Liste de calendriers modifier Le 28 juin est le 179 e jour de l' année du calendrier grégorien , le 180 e en cas d' année ...

  2. COVID-19 pandemic in France - Wikipedia

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    On 28 August, France set a new record for the amount of new cases in a single 24-hour period with 7,379 new cases reported. With this in mind, Paris made it compulsory to wear face coverings in most public spaces. On 12 September, France recorded more than 10,000 new cases in a single 24-hour period for the first time.

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  4. 28 Juin - Wikipedia

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    The 28t o Juin is the 179t day o the year (180t in lowp years) in the Gregorian Calendar, wi 186 days tae come.

  5. Alphonse Juin - Wikipedia

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    Alphonse Pierre Juin (16 December 1888 – 27 January 1967) was a senior French Army general who became Marshal of France.A graduate of the École Spéciale Militaire class of 1912, he served in Morocco in 1914 in command of native troops.

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    • 1912 – 1962
  6. 1852 in France - Wikipedia

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    28 May - Eugène Burnouf, orientalist (born 1801) 22 July - Auguste de Marmont, general, nobleman and marshal (born 1774) 26 July - Jean-Jacques Feuchère, sculptor (born 1807) Full date unknown. Jacques Bernard Hombron, naval surgeon and naturalist (born 1798) References

  7. June Days uprising - Wikipedia

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    The June Days uprising (French: les journées de Juin) was an uprising staged by French workers from 22 to 26 June 1848. It was in response to plans to close the National Workshops, created by the Second Republic in order to provide work and a minimal source of income for the unemployed.

  8. French Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    The 1927 race at Montlhéry was won by Frenchman Robert Benoist in a Delage. 1929 saw a brief return to Le Mans, which was won by William Grover-Williams in a Bugatti; this was the man who had won the first ever Monaco Grand Prix earlier in the year; Grover-Williams had also won the 1928 race in a Bugatti at the 17-mile (28 km) Saint-Gaudens ...

  9. June Rebellion - Wikipedia

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    The June 1832 Rebellion or the Paris Uprising of 1832 (French: Insurrection républicaine à Paris en juin 1832) was an anti-monarchist insurrection of Parisian republicans on 5 and 6 June 1832.

  10. Armistice of 22 June 1940 - Wikipedia

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    Given the military situation that France was in, Huntziger had "no choice" but to accede to the armistice terms. The cease-fire went into effect at 00:35 on 25 June 1940, more than two days later, only after another armistice was signed between France and Italy, the main German ally in Europe.

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