Compiegne Forest

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  • Compiègne Forest — The Compiègne Forest is a forest in Picardie, France, located near the town of Compiègne. The area of the forest is 144.85 km². Armistices of 1918 and 1940 A railway track in the forest was the site of two armistices* The treaty between the… …   Wikipedia

  • Compiègne — Town hall …   Wikipedia

  • Forest of Compiègne — Coordinates: 49°25′39″N 02°54′23″E / 49.4275°N 2.90639°E / 49.4275; 2.90639 …   Wikipedia

  • Compiegne — Compiègne Compiègne La place de l Hôtel de ville Détail …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Forest Yeo-Thomas — Forest Frederick Edward Yeo Thomas, né le 17 juin 1901 à Londres et mort le 26 février 1964 à Paris, fut l un des agents secrets britannique du Special Operations Executive (SOE) pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale les plus… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Forest Frederick Edward Yeo-Thomas — Forest Yeo Thomas Buste de Forest Frederick Edward Yeo Thomas à la mairie du 16e arrondissement de Paris Forest Yeo Thomas (17 juin 1901 26 février 1964) fut un agent secret britannique du Special Opera …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Compiègne — /kawonn pyen yeu/, n. a city in N France, on the Oise River: nearby were signed the armistices between the Allies and Germany 1918, and between Germany and France 1940. 40,720. * * * ▪ France       town, Oise département, Picardy région, northern …   Universalium

  • Forest of Halatte — The Forest of Halatte (Forêt d Halatte) in Picardie is one of the largest remaining blocks of natural old growth forest in France. Situated in the département of Oise near Senlis and Pont Sainte Maxence, it currently embraces 43 square kilometers …   Wikipedia

  • Château de Compiègne — The Château de Compiègne seen from the garden …   Wikipedia

  • Armistice with France (Second Compiègne) — The Second Armistice at Compiègne was signed at 18:50 on 22 June 1940 near Compiègne, in the department of Oise, between Nazi Germany and France. Following the decisive German victory in the Battle of France (10 May–21 June 1940), it established… …   Wikipedia

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