L'histoire veut qu'au debut du 20 e siecle, le Marechal Lyautey
, alors resident francais au Maroc, suscite un fort mouvement migratoire vers Casablanca.
Two French colonial military figures enforced this process: Marshals Joseph Gallieni and Hubert Lyautey
. In 1899, building on 20 years of colonial campaign experiences, they established the first principles of expeditionary operations later integrated into operational culture.
At this point, the French military governor Hubert Lyautey
(1854-1934) took control of the situation.
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.
Naval Air Activities, Port Lyautey
. Morocco; VU-10, NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; VU-3, MCAS El Toro, Calif.; VU-7, NAAS Miramar, Calif., and NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, with Det B, NAS Agana, Guam; and the VU Unit at NAS Pensacola, Fla.
A French General, Lyautey
, writes of his experience with de Foucauld, "A hovel this hermitage!
Kind, arrogant, energetic yet reflective, Lyautey
's character is complex; a maverick in an army of bureaucrats, Lyautey
was a perceptive strategist who clearly understood the political dimensions of colonial warfare and the value of continuing public support for overseas expansion.
Cet apres-midi, Said, un chauffeur de taxi, plus de la trentaine embarquent deux clientes du Morocco Mall a destination du Lycee Lyautey
. Les 2 clients descendent au lycee Lyautey
et l'un veut poursuivre son chemin jusqu'a Casa voyageurs.
One of the best ways to understand it is to describe the career of one of the greatest French colonial administrators, Marshal Lyautey
, France's first Resident General in Morocco.
Born in Lorraine (1866); as young army officer he saw considerable colonial service; took part in Marchand's epic expedition to the Nile at Fashoda (Kodok) (1898); saw service in Morocco under Lyautey
(1908-1914); returned to France and was promoted general of brigade (1914); at the outset of World War I, he won distinction at Charleroi (August 21-22); promoted to general of division (1915); commanded the 5th Division in Gen.