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July 09, 2012


Sandy Jamieson

Germany and France were at peace between 1870 and 1914 (41 years) and from 1918 to 1939 (20 years)- what's so special about 50 years? In Brittany they're still called "Les Boche"

Lindsay Jenkins

Important viewing: the treaty of Elysee (1963) is the foundation for everything the EU has done since. The Franco-German alliance is the powerhouse driving the EU forward. That France is by far the weaker partner becomes more obvious by the day, so where will it end?

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