Commemorations begin on 80th anniversary of de Gaulle resistance broadcast | AFP

For the 80th anniversary of Charles de Gaulle’s Appeal of 18 June radio broadcast, Emmanuel Macron presides over a ceremony at the Mont Val茅rien Memorial near Paris, the main place of execution of resistance fighters and hostages during the Second World War. The French President is accompanied by Prime Minister 脡douard Philippe and Florence Parly, Minister of the Armed Forces. IMAGES

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Macron talks with ex-combatant on 80th anniversary of De Gaulle’s ‘Nazi resistance’ call | AFP

French president Emmanuel Macron talks with a former combatant, 80 years to the day after General De Gaulle launched, from London, his famous call to resist Nazi Germany. Macron is visiting the Museum of the Order of the Liberation in Paris. IMAGES

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Macron visits Liberation Museum to commemorate De Gaulle’s ‘Nazi resistance’ call | AFP

Eighty years after General de Gaulle’s famous call, on June 18, 1940, to continue the resistance against Nazi Germany, Emmanuel Macron begins a day of commemoration by going to the Order of the Liberation Museum in the H么tel des Invalides. The French President celebrates the anniversary in Paris, Suresnes and then London. IMAGES

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