Lyautey


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Lyautey

(French ljotɛ)
n
(Biography) Louis Hubert Gonzalve (lwi ybɛr ɡɔ̃zalv). 1854–1934, French marshal and colonial administrator; resident general in Morocco (1912–25)
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cleaning and maintenance of premises and windows for the benefit of the qgce of strasbourg for the aubert area of vincelles (adv), The liz district and the lyautey district.
Lyautey decide se separer ces nouveaux arrivants des europeens prealablement installes et dont le mode de vie est aux antipodes des leurs.
Torch: North Africa and the Allied Path to Victory scrutinizes the operation's five landings (Port Lyautey, Fedala, and Safi in Morocco, and Oran and Algiers in Algeria), as well as air and ground actions.
During his career, he served at Naval Receiving Station, Treasure Island, San Francisco; USS Thomas Jefferson (APA30); Naval Supply Depot, Clearfield, Utah; Naval Air Facility, Port Lyautey, French Morocco; Navy Finance Center, Cleveland, Ohio; USS Calvert (APA32); Office of the Comptroller of the Navy, Washington, D.
Lyautey set the conditions for integrating operational culture into irregular-warfare concepts.
At this point, the French military governor Hubert Lyautey (1854-1934) took control of the situation.
The third leg was an 1,100-mile, 20-hour flight to Craw Field at Port Lyautey (now Kenitra) in French Morocco.
The authors have chosen Generals Bugeaud of Algeria, Faidherbe of Senegal, Gallieni of Madagascar and Indo-China and Lyautey of Morocco to illustrate their thesis.
A French General, Lyautey, writes of his experience with de Foucauld, "A hovel this hermitage
L'Echo de Paris, the Revue Hebdomadaire, the works of Maurras, Psichari, Peguy, Marshal Foch, and Marshal Lyautey provide raw materials from which the author weaves a complex description of French attitudes that departs from interpretations that attribute the source of the Great War to the French desire to avenge the defeat of 1870-1871.
Critics claim its administrator, General Lyautey, created nouvelles villes in order to avoid contact with the natives, but his idea of building outside the medina walls saved places such as Fezel-Bali, now a UN World Heritage site, from certain destruction.
I was declared, Lyautey decided to send five battalions to the western front.