But anti-French sentiment
in Italy has deeper roots, and exists among both the elites and parts of the wider population.
government of (http://www.defense-aerospace.com/article-view/feature/18874/iraq%3A-is-us-slandering-france%3F.html) fomenting anti-French sentiment
in the American media.
Within a few years, anti-French sentiment
dominated the country, and the United States and Britain were quickly mending fences.
Congress cafeteria sold "freedom fries" amid a wave of anti-French sentiment
triggered by the France's opposition to the Iraq war.
Yeager suggests that this anti-French sentiment
is a primary goal of the poet of Richard, Coer de Lyon: "By incorporating English feelings against the French effort into the vocabulary of English devotional thinking about crusade, the poet joins a contemporary practice of anti-French sentiment
Instead, he talks of press-instigated, anti-French sentiment
in the UK.
However, after 1870, the effects of industrialization and urbanization made class relationships increasingly rigid and complex, and growing immigration, anti-French sentiment
, and debate over women's "proper" sphere made negotiating liberal collective identities ever more difficult.
"I can assure you that the decision did not come from any anti-French sentiment
Enraged anti-Catholic and anti-French sentiment
in Ontario blocked Riel from taking his seat in the House of Commons, and, in retaliation for his part in Scott's death and playing a part in the creation of the Provisional Government, Riel was banished to the United States in 1875 for five years.
The island has been part of France for 239 years, but anti-French sentiment
still runs deep.
swept through China following disruptions in the Olympic torch relay in Paris.
He had become an object of special veneration in Moscow because of his past achievements, his powerful intellect and unusual character, and this, together with the current decline in the popularity of Tsar Alexander's regime, which coincided with a surge in anti-French sentiment
and Russian patriotism, now made him the natural centre of opposition to the government.