Michelin Green Guide French Atlantic Coast

Author: Michelin Travel &
Publisher: Michelin Travel Publications
ISBN: 9782067220539
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Short description: This new edition of the Green Guide French Atlantic Coast covers an area of very diverse landscapes, from the beach resort Biarritz and nearby Pyrenees Mountains, to Bordeaux and its surrounding estuary, through the ...

Poitou Charentes And The Atlantic Coast Rough Guides Snapshot France Includes Poitiers La Rochelle Le De R Cognac Bordeaux And The Wineries

Author: Rough Guides Snapshot
Publisher: Rough Guides UK
ISBN: 1409362930
Size: 75.62 MB
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Work and study in France Further contacts > EU citizens are able to work in
France on the same basis as a French citizen. This means that you don't have to
apply for a residence or work permit except in very rare cases — contact your
nearest French consulate for further information (see Entry requirements). The
criteria for working in France if you're not an EU citizen are strict: your would-be
employer needs authorisation to hire you and you'll need to qualify for one of
several specific ...

Lonely Planet Atlantic Coast

Author: Lonely Planet
Publisher: Lonely Planet
ISBN: 1743212259
Size: 78.57 MB
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This guide is the result of research by dedicated authors and local experts who immersed themselves in the Atlantic Coast, finding unique experiences, and sharing practical and honest advice, so you come away informed and amazed.

The French Atlantic

Author: Bill Marshall
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
ISBN: 1846310512
Size: 14.89 MB
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and here France had the advantage of large sources of salt in Brittany and north
of the Gironde, as well as importations from Cadiz in Spain, which enjoyed a
trade link with French Atlantic ports. Huge quantities were involved, as 2.5 tons of
salt were needed per 1000 cod.22 In September terre-neuvas and graviers
would return to France, and at the same time local residents, having fished
offshore, on the 'French coast' and on the Banks, would settle their accounts with
the armateurs ...

Buried Treasures Of The Atlantic Coast

Author: W. C. Jameson
Publisher: august house
ISBN: 9780874834840
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After sailing far to the north of the British-held Bahama Islands, the Dupre finally
sighted the American coast around North Carolina. Always on the lookout for
hostile ships, the French vessel followed the coastline northward to its
predetermined Virginia destination, Smith Island, one of many islets east of the
long, narrow peninsula that separates the Atlantic Ocean from the Chesapeake
Bay. Months earlier, Lafayette arranged for the Dupre to anchor just 128 Buried
Treasures of the ...

French Colonial Louisiana And The Atlantic World

Author: Bradley G. Bond
Publisher: LSU Press
ISBN: 9780807130353
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Indeed, at its inception, the new colony became a stake in an international
battlefield. In 1712, the Peace of Utrecht, which squashed Louis XIVs expansive
ambitions in Europe and which reinforced England's superior position there,
allowed England to take possession of Newfoundland and Acadia and thus to
control most of the Atlantic coast of North America. For France, Cape Breton
Island suddenly became its only passage to the Canadian interior from the
Atlantic. In the aftermath ...

Global Atlas Of Marine Fisheries

Author: Daniel Pauly
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610916263
Size: 18.79 MB
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bEcologie et Santé F rance has the third highest marine catch in Europe (Daurès
et al. 2011) and an old fishing culture (particularly along its Atlantic coast; figure 1
). However, there is no system in place to record all fisheries withdrawals from the
French EEZ. Rather, industrial landings are emphasized, and much of the small-
scalefishery catch remains outside the national recording system (Le Guilloux
and Pauly 2010), as are discards. The major component of the total catch
allocated ...

Hitler S Gateway To The Atlantic

Author: Lars Hellwinkel
Publisher: Seaforth Publishing
ISBN: 1848321996
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The occupation of the French Atlantic coast in the summer of 1940 was the
fulfilment of a long-cherished strategic dream for the German navy. For the first
time in German naval history it had direct access to the world's oceans. The much
promised 'Gateway to the Atlantic', which had been part of discussions about
improving the outlet situation, seemed to have been achieved, and had fallen into
the hands of the Kriegsmarine completely unexpectedly. From the strategic point
of view, ...