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1 Root/Origin of Australia and France Jordi Nonne Sébastien Dumez
2 France Plan Evolution of the name France Big facts of the history of France French Culture
3 Evolution of the name France « Francia » birth certificate of the French Nation
4 The big facts of the history of France (1) the kingdom of Francs Colonization of France The Revolution and the empire World War
5 The big facts of the history of France (2) World War the constitution of the fifth republic First World WarSecond World War Number of victimes in France
6 French culture Tourist French-speaking communities Others : cinema, gastronomy
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