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  • 2018
    • Police evacuate the Sorbonne

    • 03 May 1968
    • 03 May 2018
    • On 3 May 1968, the police forcibly removed 500 students occupying the Sorbonne. A violent confrontation between the police and demonstrators marked the beginning of a historic episode of student and worker agitation.
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    • The Cannes Film Festival is an international film festival founded in 1946.
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    • Cannes Film Festival
    • 09 May 2018
    • 08 May 2018
    • Birth of the State of Israel

    • 14 May 1948
    • 14 May 2018
    • The Jewish state was officially founded on 14 May 1948 as the State of Israel in the area of Mandatory Palestine, as specified by the 1947 Partition Plan, and proclaimed by David Ben Gourion, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine.
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    • Soviet troops withdrew from Afghanistan between 15 May 1988 and 15 February 1989, bringing the war to an end.
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    • The Soviets pull out of Afghanistan
    • 15 May 1988
    • 15 May 2018
    • France Open - Roland-Garros Tennis Tournament

    • 22 May 2018
    • The French Tennis Open is a tennis tournament played on clay courts since 1925. Organised by the French Tennis Federation (FFT) it is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments.
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    • The French sailor, Eric Tabarly (1931-1998) disappears at sea off the Welsh coast. He influenced generations of French sailors, founded a French style of offshore racing by taking many young crew members on board his yacht.
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    • The French navigator, Eric Tabarly, goes missing at sea off
    • 13 June 1998
    • 13 June 2018
    • World Football Cup

    • 13 June 2014
    • 14 June 2018
    • The international football competition takes place every four years. Founded in 1928, all the football federations recognised by the FIFA can take part.
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    • The 24-hour Le Mans race is a 24-hour car race that takes place on a road track south of Le Mans in June. The race started in 1923 and has been part of the world endurance championship since 2012.
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    • 24-Hour Le Mans car race
    • 16 June 2018
    • First Aix en Provence Festival

    • 04 July 1948
    • 04 July 2018
    • The opera and classical music festival held in Aix-en-Provence every summer is one of the major European musical lyric events. In Aix, the operas of Mozart are often given pride of place.
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    • The Tour de France is a cycling competition by stages founded in 1903 by two journalists, Henri Desgrange and Géo Lefèvre, of the magazine "L'Auto". It takes place in July every year and includes a time trial as well as stages in the Pyrénées and the Alps.
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    • The "Tour de France" cycling race
    • 07 July 2018
    • Birth of Leonard Bernstein

    • 25 August 1918
    • 25 August 2018
    • The American composer, conductor and pianist Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) wrote the score of the celebrated musical "West Side Story" and was Director of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra for 11 years.
    • The Chilean government was overthrown by a military coup backed by the United States. President Salvador Allende committed suicide in the Moneda presidential palace which was under attack by the army. Augusto Pinochet seized power.
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    • Coup d'État in Chile
    • 11 September 1973
    • 11 September 2018
    • Death of American actor Paul Newman

    • 26 September 2008
    • 26 September 2018
    • Paul Newman(1925-2008) worked with some of the greatest directors, from Alfred Hitchcock to John Huston, Robert Altman, Martin Scorsese and the Coen brothers. He opposed the Vietnam War and was a militant supporter of civil rights.
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    • The Israeli-Arab Yom Kippur war set Israel against a coalition led by Egypt and Syria from 6 to 24 October 1973.
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    • Declaration of the Yom Kippur War in Israel
    • 06 October 1973
    • 06 October 2018
    • Death of Edith Piaf

    • 10 October 1963
    • 10 October 2018
    • Edith Piaf was a French music-hall and variety singer, considered to be the archetype of the French-style singer. She was without a doubt the best known singer in history. She was also a stage and screen actress.
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    • Standing on the Olympic medal podium, sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their fists and bowed their heads as the US national anthem was played, to protest against the oppression of Black Americans.
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    • The raised fist of Afro-American athletes at the Mexico Olympics
    • 16 October 1968
    • 16 October 2018
    • Death of Jean Marais

    • 08 November 1998
    • 08 November 2018
    • Jean Marais (1913-1998), was a French actor, stage director, writer, painter, sculptor and potter. In his films, he was one of the few actors who did their stunts themselves. In 1993, Jean Marais was awarded a Honorary César film award for his career.
    • The signing of the Armistice, ending the First World War between the German Reich and the Entente powers, in a railway carriage at Compiègne.
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    • End of World War One
    • 11 November 1918
    • 11 November 2018
    • Disappearance of Alain Colas

    • 16 November 1978
    • 16 November 2018
    • The French skipper Alain Colas (1943-1978) disappeared near the Azores when competing in the first Route du Rhum. Despite searches, neither the skipper nor his trimaran "Manureva" were ever found.
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    • 26 April 1917
    • 26 April 2018
    • Birth of architect Ieoh Ming Pei

    • The US architect of Chinese origin was notably the designer of the Pyramid du Louvre
    • 26 April 1935
    • 26 April 2018
    • Television's official beginnings in France

    • In the first French television tests, a conference with actress Béatrice Bretty was aired from 20:15 to 20:30 from a Radio-PTT Vision studio at 103 rue de Grenelle in Paris.
    • 26 April 1986
    • 26 April 2018
    • The Chernobyl disaster

    • An explosion destroyed one of the four reactors of the nuclear power plant at Chernobyl (Ukraine), which had been in service since 1977. It caused 15,000 deaths, and the radioactive fallout affected a large part of Europe.
    • 27 April 1958
    • 27 April 2018
    • Birth of Arielle Dombasle

    • Born Arielle Laure Maxime Sonnery de Fromental, Arielle Dombasle is a French stage and screen actress, singer, director and scriptwriter, born on 27 Avril 1958 in Norwich, Connecticut, USA.
    • 27 April 1967
    • 27 April 2018
    • The founding of "Elf", the French oil company

    • The brandname stands for “Essences and Lubricants of France”. In 2000, Elf was taken over by Total to form TotalFinaElf. The Elf name is now a brand of lubricants.
    • 27 April 1992
    • 27 April 2018
    • The third Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

    • Following the secessions of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Macedonia, and the dismantling of the former Yugoslavia (1946-1991), a new Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was created, comprising Serbia and Montenegro.
    • 24 April 2005
    • 27 April 2018
    • First flight for the Airbus A-380

    • The A-380 programme, which cost €12bn to develop, was launched in the mid-nineties. The first flight takes place on 24th Apr 2005. It is currently the biggest civilian passenger plane in service.
    • 27 April 2006
    • 27 April 2018
    • ina.fr is launched

    • With "Archives for All" (Archives pour Tous), the French National Archive Institute (INA) puts more than 10,000 hours of programmes online for the general public. 5,000 hours are added every year and is extended to thematic websites and special offers.
    • 27 April 2007
    • 27 April 2018
    • Death of Mstislav Rostropovitch

    • Mstislav Leopoldovitch Rostropovitch (1927-2007), a Russian cello player and orchestra conductor, is a major figure of the 20th century. A brilliant performer and sponsor of numerous contemporary works, he was also a politically committed musician.
    • 27 April 2018
    • Paris Fair

    • The "Foire de Paris" is a commercial fair organised in Paris since 1904.
    • 28 April 1943
    • 28 April 2018
    • Birth of Jacques Dutronc

    • Jacques Dutronc (1943) became a singer in 1966 with a hit number entitled "Et moi, et moi, et moi". He began to work with Jacques Lanzmann, producing a number of great successes. In 1973 began a career as an actor. He is married to singer Françoise Hardy.
    • 28 April 1945
    • 28 April 2018
    • Release of prisoners from the Dachau concentration camp

    • Dachau was the first concentration camp set up by the Nazis under Himmler. It is estimated that as many as 150,000 people died in Dachau.
    • 28 April 1992
    • 28 April 2018
    • Mudjahideens seize Kabul

    • After the withdrawal of the Soviet troops, the civil war among the Mujahideen factions continued. Commander Massud took Kabul and became minister of defence.
    • 29 April 1945
    • 29 April 2018
    • French women voted for the first time

    • On 29 April 1945, as the war against Germany was coming to an end, French women were entitled to vote for the first time, in municipal elections.
    • 29 April 1968
    • 29 April 2018
    • Airing of first episode of "Les Shadoks"

    • Broadcast on ORTF's second channel in black and white at 8:30 p.m., this radically new and sardonic cartoon series, created by Jacques Rouxel with the voice of actor Claude Piéplu, divided French viewers, who either loved or hated it.
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