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Pierre Mendes France contemplating.

Pierre Mendes France contemplating.
Pierre Mendes France contemplating.
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Pierre Mendes France contemplating.
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Pierre Mendes France contemplating.
Pierre Mendes France contemplating.
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Pierre Mendes France was a French politician who served as President of the Council of Ministers for eight months from 1954 to 1955. He represented the Radical Party, and his government had the support of the Communist party. His main priority was ending the war in Indochina, which had already cost 92,000 dead, 114,000 wounded and 28,000 captured. At the Geneva Conference of 1954 he negotiated a deal that gave the Viet Minh control of Vietnam north of the seventeenth parallel, and allowed him to pull out all French forces. However, the United States subsequently provided large-scale financial, military and economic support to South Vietnam. He was born on 11 January 1907 and died on 18 October 1982. Pierre Mendes France, French, politician, portrait, close up, man, people, contemplating, 1971,
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SizeText 6.6" x 4.8"

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