Synonyms for monteil or Related words with monteil
Examples of "monteil"
From 2007, Vincent
has been the Music Director of the OSYJ 31, Youth Orchestra of Toulouse. Vincent
has been Music Director of the Opera Studio of the ONR since 2008, and Music Advisor to the ONR since 2011.
When the French explorer Parfait-Louis
visited Ouagadougou in 1891, hoping Wobogo would agree to a French protectorate, Wogobo refused to receive him.
was forced to make a hurried departure.
is a French surname. Notable people with the surname include:
is the name or part of the name of several communes in France:
", an article in the Encyclopædia Britannica, 11th Edition, Cambridge University Press, 1910-1911
(born 1964) is a French conductor. He was born in Angers.
was given charge of an expedition to discover its northern limits.
is a commune in the Cantal department in south-central France.
is a commune in the Haute-Loire department in south-central France.
was given charge of an expedition to discover where this line actually ran.
served in the French protectorate of Annam, now part of Vietnam, from 1886 to 1888.
Within 15 years, almost all the territory
had visited was firmly under colonial control.
reached Ségou on the upper Niger River on 14 December, the last outpost of the French in the Sudan.
-au-Vicomte is a commune in the Creuse department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in central France.
On 21 April 1781, "Andromaque" landed troops for the Siege of Pensacola, in the squadron under
tried without success to enter politics, and was involved in colonization of the south of Tunisia.
Pierre d'Aubusson was born in the castle of Le
-au-Vicomte, in the French department of Creuse), the fifth son of Jean d'Aubusson. His older brother Antoine had a brilliant career serving Charles VII and Louis XI, and the other three brothers became bishops.
French explorer Parfait-Louis
visited Sokoto in 1891 and noted that the Caliph was at war with the Emir of Argungu, defeating Argungu the next year.
claimed that Fulani power was tottering because of the war and the accession of the unpopular Caliph Abderrahman dan Abi Bakar.
The successful expedition across West Africa impressed the statesman Théophile Delcassé, who took
to meet the President of France, Sadi Carnot on 4 May 1893. Carnot wanted
to undertake an expedition to Fashoda on the upper Nile, but on 30 May Delcassé sent him to the French Congo to reinforce Haut-Oubangui (now the Central African Republic) against Belgian intrusions.
also found little evidence of the presence claimed in the region by the British Royal Niger Company, apart from a few commercial depots in Gwandu.
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