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Francais Gallery

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Choose from 39 pictures in our Francais collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


WW2 poster, A tous les francais, General de Gaulle Featured Print

WW2 poster, A tous les francais, General de Gaulle

WW2 poster, A tous les francais (To all French people), from General de Gaulle, based in Liverpool during the Second World War. France has lost a battle, but France has not lost the war. Vive la France! Date: circa 1940

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Onslow Auctions Limited

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Emprunt de la Liberation. On souscrit ?a Banque d'Alsace Emprunt de la Liberation. On souscrit ?�a Banque d'Alsace Featured Print

Emprunt de la Liberation. On souscrit ?a Banque d'Alsace Emprunt de la Liberation. On souscrit ?�a Banque d'Alsace

Emprunt de la Liberation. On souscrit a la Banque d'Alsace et de Lorraine. Entree des Francais a Strasbourg. The French army entering the city of Strasbourg. The Strasbourg Cathedral is to the left in the background. Strasbourg was the capital of Alsace-Lorraine. After the Franco-Prussian War Napolean III agreed to return Strasbourg to Germany in the Peace of Frankfurt of 1871. The cathedral itself had been damaged through the centuries by different wars and peoples. It was totally renovated in the late 19th century after the Franco-Prussian War and it was returned to France as part of the peace settlement along with Alsace and Lorraine. Date 1918. Emprunt de la Liberation. On souscrit ?�a Banque d'Alsace et de Lorraine. Entree des Francais ?�trasbourg. The French army entering the city of Strasbourg. The Strasbourg Cathedral is to the left in the background. Strasbourg was the capital of Alsace-Lorraine. After the Franco-Prussian War Napolean III agreed to return Strasbourg to Germany in the Peace of Frankfurt of 1871. The cathedral itself had been damaged through the centuries by different wars and peoples. It was totally renovated in the late 19th century after the Franco-Prussian War and it was returned to France as part of the peace settlement along with Alsace and Lorraine. Date 1918

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

Pour que la France soit victorieuse! Souscrivez au 4eme empr Featured Print

Pour que la France soit victorieuse! Souscrivez au 4eme empr

Pour que la France soit victorieuse! Souscrivez au 4eme emprunt de la defense nationale. Credit francais. The imperial eagle, which is representative of the Central Powers, and the Gallic cock, a symbol of France, facing each other on a battlefield. Date 1918. Pour que la France soit victorieuse! Souscrivez au 4eme emprunt de la defense nationale. Credit francais. The imperial eagle, which is representative of the Central Powers, and the Gallic cock, a symbol of France, facing each other on a battlefield. Date 1918

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress