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  Gaillard Auditorium   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Gaillard's appeal was similar to Cab Calloway and Louis Jordan in that he presented a hip style with broad appeal (for example in his childrens' song "Down By The Station").
Gaillard appeared in the 1970s TV series Roots: The Next Generations and by the early 1980s he was touring the European jazz festival circuit, playing with such musicians as Arnette Cobb.
Gaillard Island is a dredge disposal island located in Mobile Bay approximately 12 miles south of downtown Mobile, Alabama.
www.wwwtln.com /finance/84/gaillard-auditorium.html   (630 words)

  
 DBLP: Felix Ulmer
Delphine Boucher, Philippe Gaillard, Felix Ulmer: Fourth order linear differential equations with imprimitive group.
Willi Geiselman, Felix Ulmer: Constructing a Third-Order Linear Differential Equation.
Michael F. Singer, Felix Ulmer: On a Third Order Differential Equation whose Differential Galois Group is the Simple Group of 168 Elements.
www.informatik.uni-trier.de /~ley/db/indices/a-tree/u/Ulmer:Felix.html   (261 words)

  
 1957, May 21. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
The cabinet of Guy Mollet was succeeded by a coalition government of Socialists and Radicals under Maurice Bourgès-Maunoury that carried through a 20 percent devaluation of the franc but suffered defeat (Sept. 30) over the Algerian issue.
After more than five weeks' delay, Félix Gaillard organized (Nov. 6) a combination of the center parties to form the twenty-third cabinet France had seen since the Second World War.
The war in North Africa, following the long struggle in Indochina, had placed a heavy strain on the French government's finances.
www.bartleby.com /67/2849.html   (172 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Slim Gaillard
MSN Encarta - Search Results - Slim Gaillard
Gaillard, Slim (1916–1991), American jazz singer, songwriter, actor, and musician.
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 1958, Jan. 30. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
The National Assembly passed an Algerian Reform Bill that failed to satisfy the Algerians.
The cabinet of Félix Gaillard was overthrown (again over the North African deadlock) and Pierre Pflimlin of the Mouvement Républicain Populaire headed a new cabinet on May 13.
Because they believed that Pflimlin would negotiate with the Front de Libération Nationale (FLN), a committee of public safety, headed by Brig.
www.bartleby.com /67/2850.html   (448 words)

  
 France's Nuclear Weapons - Origin of the Force de Frappe
In August Felix Gaillard was appointed Secretary of State for Atomic Energy (later to become Prime Minister and order France's first nuclear test).
The most outspoken proponent of nuclear weapons in the military, Col. Charles Aillert, became a general in 1956 and on 10 June 1958 was put in charge of the Commandement Interarmees des Armes Speciales (CIAS or Special Weapons Command).
On 11 April 1958 Felix Gaillard, the last Prime Minister of the Fourth Republic, signed an official order for the manufacture and testing of a nuclear device.
nuclearweaponarchive.org /France/FranceOrigin.html   (2855 words)

  
 Cliff/Birchall: France - the struggle goes on (The non-CP "left")
Between June 1957 and April 1958 two Radical prime ministers governed France; in this period the army got increasingly out of hand, torture was rife in Algeria, and Sakiet in Tunisia was bombed.
To the Federation, Radicalism offers a touch of middle-class respectability and appeals to nostalgia for the Popular Front; to Radical career politicians, like Félix Gaillard (prime minister at the time of Sakiet), the Federation offers a Parliamentary seat and Communist votes on the second ballot.
A more cautious treatment is required to deal with the PSU (Parti Socialiste Unifié), which took by far the best line of any of the official parties during the May events.
www.marxists.org /archive/cliff/works/1968/france/5-left.htm   (1491 words)

  
 05 Nov History: This Date
1957 Con la elección del radical socialista Félix Gaillard [05 Nov 1919 – 10 Jul 1970] como Président du Conseil, finaliza en Francia una crisis de Gobierno que duró 35 días, since the 30 September 1957 fall of the government of Maurice Bourgues-Maunoury [1914-1993].
Dans le gouvernement de Gaillard, qui conserve le portefeuille des finances, constitué le jour suivant, Jacques Chaban-Delmas est ministre de la Défense nationale.
Charles de Gaulle [22 Nov 1890 – 09 Nov 1970] would follow on 01 Jun 1958 and bring to an end the 4th Republic by having the constitution of the 5th Republic approved by 83% of the voters in a referendum on 28 September 1958.
www.safran-arts.com /42day/history/h4nov/h4nov05.html   (9201 words)

  
 Nuclear Weapons - France Nuclear Forces
To some extent, American aid also prevented France from turning towards the military application of nuclear energy.
A first five-year plan for the development of atomic energy prepared by Felix Gaillard, a member of the Pinay government (March 1952 to January 1953) was mainly intended to find a remedy for the French energy deficit.
The plan was to produce 50 kilos of plutonium a year which, in theory, would allow six to eight nuclear bombs to be produced.
www.globalsecurity.org /wmd/world/france/nuke.htm   (1532 words)

  
 Resumption of French nuclear tests in the Pacific
In response to all these very strong positions, the government of Georges Bidault appointed Francis Perrin to lead the AEC in April 1950 instead of Joliot-Curie.
In nuclear matters, the French did not receive from the Americans the same assistance as the English which allowed them to explode their H bomb.
The Prime Minister, Felix Gaillard, was already asserting France's independence of the Americans in negotiations concerning the stockpiling of nuclear weapons and the installation of launching ramps for Thor and Jupiter rockets.
www.globalsecurity.org /wmd/library/news/france/1488e.htm   (18721 words)

  
 The Christian Science Monitor | csmonitor.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Pepin was born in Bourg-en-Bresse, France, and began cooking at age 13 when he apprenticed at his parents' restaurant in nearby Lyon.
He trained in Paris at the Meurice restaurant and the Plaza Athenee before working as personal chef to Felix Gaillard, Pierre Pfimlin, and Charles de Gaulle.
In 1959, Pepin moved to the United States.
csmonitor.com /cgi-bin/durableRedirect.pl?/durable/2000/11/29/p16s1.htm   (1043 words)

  
 1958 LIFE Magazine Issues For Sale at 2Neat Magazines
Reform of Frenchie - teen-age gang leader turns good citizen.
French Premier Felix Gaillard falls to a bitter foe.
Collegiate spring spree fills the beaches at Fort Lauderdale.
www.2neatmagazines.com /life/1958.html   (5076 words)

  
 Chef's   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
He graduated soon afterwards to the splendid Meurice in Paris, and then worked at the famed Plaza-Athenee, where he trained under Lucien Diat.
Pepin was the personal chef to three French heads of state: Felix Gaillard, Pierre Pfimlin, and Charles de Gaulle.
Pepin went into the kitchen of New York's famed Le Pavillon,
home.comcast.net /~fraga/chefs.htm   (1857 words)

  
 Magic City Morning Star: November 5 - Today in History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
1530 - St Felix Flood ravages Dutch coast
1956 - Dutch Communist Party office of Felix Meritis seized
1957 - Felix Gaillard forms government in France
magic-city-news.com /article_501.shtml   (1643 words)

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