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1940, from the abyss to hope (Max Gallo)

January 1940, a freezing winter sweeps across Europe. Since the crushing of Poland four months earlier, it has been a "funny war". Are we at war? And yet this France which refuses to "die for Danzig" and which cannot resign itself to a new bloody conflict is heading straight, like a drunken boat, towards the abyss, without paying attention to those, rare, who ring the bell. alarm.
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The Secret War of Wiretaps (A. Charret)

In the midst of the "Snowden" affair, and after the multiple revelations about the NSA & 39; s listening capabilities, this book seems timely. In a general context of intensification and diversification of the use of telecommunications in our daily life, it is thus interesting to wonder about the means available to States to wage the "war of wiretapping".
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First name Clémence: origin, history, etymology and meaning

Like its male counterpart, Clémence is, by virtue of its Latin etymology, “indulgent”. It has been in favor again since the 90s in circles sensitive to the great classics from antiquity. Feast on March 21.Origin and etymology of the first name Clémence Derived from the adjective clemens (good, indulgent), Clementia was the Roman goddess of forgiveness and thank you, represented with a hand extended forward.
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Marie-Madeleine in the West (Antiquity, early 20th century)

Mary Magdalene is one of the most popular New Testament characters and certainly the one that elicits the most fantasies as illustrated by the success of The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown. Its complex history and religious importance make it one of the major artistic themes which despite certain characteristic features show great diversity.
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Discover the Gallo-Roman Gers

The Gers is undoubtedly a magnificent department, famous for the products of its soil and its sweetness of life. But, heart of Gascony, it is also renowned for the qualities of courage of some of its representatives like the famous d & 39; Artagnan, character popularized by Alexandre Dumas, and native of Lupiac, died in the war in Holland under Louis XIV, mowed down by a cannonball.
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Sambre - BD

A major work by Yslaire, the first Sambre saga in 5 volumes was published between 1984 and 2003. 19 years for 5 volumes, this is quite exceptional in the field of comics and the followers of Sambre waited patiently for 7 years for the release. of the last Volume. Sambre is Balzac in comics, some have said, and it is not wrong.
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