Bidault

Bidault

(French bido)
n
(Biography) Georges (ʒɔːrʒ). 1899–1983, French statesman; prime minister (1946, 1949–50). His opposition to Algerian independence led him to support the OAS: he was charged with treason (1963) and fled abroad
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Out of this capital about fifty thousand came to them by the will of the widow Bidault, Madame Saillard's mother.
The fine large rooms still retained certain sculptured marble mantel-pieces and ceilings, worthy of Versailles, together with the old furniture of the widow Bidault.
Besides this ecclesiastic, who was a friend of the late Madame Bidault, a paternal uncle of Madame Saillard, an old paper-dealer retired from business ever since the year II.
Monsieur Bidault began this business in the year II.
Elisabeth had long felt sure that her uncle Bidault, otherwise called Gigonnet, was rich and handled vast sums of money.
My uncle Bidault and Monsieur Gobseck helped in him 1814," thought she.
in the part of the country where your grandfather and your great-uncle Bidault belong, in the arrondissement of the deputy who wants to resign.
George Bidault, a former French Prime Minister, once remarked that 'good or bad fortune of a nation depends on three factors: its constitution, the way the constitution is made to work and the respect it inspires'.
En 1950 el primer ministro Bidault lo destituyo de su cargo de Alto Comisionado de la Energia Atomica francesa por su militancia comunista, y unos meses mas tarde tambien fue expulsada su esposa Irene de la Comision de Energia Atomica.
Upon being asked by an exultant Bidault to proclaim that the Republic had been restored, de Gaulle famously replied, 'the Republic never ceased to exist'.
22) Eran declaraciones del ministro de Exteriores galo, Georges Bidault, despues de conocerse el fusilamiento de Cristino Garcia Granda, un heroe de la resistencia francesa que, de manera clandestina, se habia internado en Espana para dirigir la Agrupacion Guerrillera de Madrid.
Henri Laugier, Georges Bidault, ministro das Relacoes Exteriores (de setembro de 1944 a janeiro de 1946) e Jean Maugue, sub-diretor da Direction d'Amerique, sao os tres profesores.