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the tricolor flag of France. The national motto of France is liberté, egalité, fraternité.

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The French Tricolour.(French National). The three colours are occasionally taken to represent the three elements of the revolutionary motto, liberté (freedom: blue), égalité (equality: white), fraternité (brotherhood: red); this symbolism was referenced in Krzysztof Kieślowski's three colours film trilogy, for example.

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Flag of France.svg. The flag of Saint Barthélemy is the French tricolor. This is because Saint Barthélemy is a self-governing overseas collectivity of France. An unofficial flag of Saint-Barthélemy consisting of the island's coat of arms centered on a white field is also used on the island.

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October 13, 1946: The French Fourth Republic is founded when a new constitution is approved by popular vote.

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Canada's Provincial and Territorial Flag Stamps. Produced to celebrate Canada Day, July 1, 1979, this colourful sheet of stamp depicts the flags of the (then) 12 Provinces and Territories. Since then, Newfoundland and Labrador, here represented by the Union Jack (lower left), has its own new flag, and in 1999 the new territory of Nunavut was created.

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France had very strong Nationalism, or pride in ones country, This was a huge reason why France justified going to world war 1

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Thesis 1- France was one of the best absolutist because Louis XIV was long regarded as the best example of an absolutist in the 17th century. The way he ran his court was imitated throughout Europe. French culture, language, and manners reached into all levels of European society. French diplomacy and wars dominated the political affairs of Europe.

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Use Crayola® crayons, markers, or colored pencils to color the flag of France. Color the left stripe blue. Color (or leave) the middle stripe white, and color the right stripe red. Did you know? France is located in Western Europe. In protest of the king's absolute power, Parisians stormed the royal prison (Bastille) on July 14, 1789, thus setting off the French Revolution. Today, French people around the world celebrate that day with parades, flying the French flag, and singing "La ...

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