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    Children in a Spanish village. Spain, 1951

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    West German chancellor Konrad Adenauer arrives in Paris on his first visit in 1951. Paris, 1951

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    West German chancellor Konrad Adenauer lays a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier under the Arc de Triomphe. Paris, 1951

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    In April 1951, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was the first German statesman to visit Paris after the war. He conferred with Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman and Edouard Herriot. Adenauer and French High Commissioner in Germany, André Francois-Poncet, walking towards the Eiffel Tower.

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    In April 1951, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was the first German statesman to visit Paris after the war. He conferred with Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman and Edouard Herriot. Francois-Poncet and Chancellor Adenauer on the Champs-Elysees, in the background the Arc de Triomphe.

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    In April 1951, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was the first German statesman to visit Paris after the war. He conferred with Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman and Edouard Herriot. Chancellor Adenauer, Ambassador Hausenstein and High Commissioner Francois-Poncet in front of the Eiffel Tower. Paris, 1951

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    In April 1951, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was the first German statesman to visit Paris after the war. He conferred with Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman and Edouard Herriot. Chancellor Adenauer leaves the Elysee-Palace after his meeting with French President Auriol.

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    In April 1951, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer visited Paris as the first German statesman after the war. He conferred with Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman and Edouard Herriot.Robert Schuman beckoning to Jean Monnet and Walter Hallstein to join him and Konrad Adenauer.

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    In April 1951, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was the first German statesman to visit Paris after the war. He conferred with Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman and Edouard Herriot. Chancellor Adenauer and French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman leave the Foreign Ministry.

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    In April 1951, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer visited Paris as the first German statesman after the war. He conferred with Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman and Edouard Herriot. From left to right: Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman, Konrad Adenauer, Walter Hallstein.

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    In April 1951, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was the first German statesman to visit Paris after the war. He conferred with Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman and Edouard Herriot. Konrad Adenauer paying a courtesy call to Edouard Herriot, President of the National Assembly.

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    In April 1951, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was the first German statesman to visit Paris after the war. He conferred with Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman and Edouard Herriot. On a rainy afternoon, Chancellor Adenauer leaves the National Assembly after his visit to President Edouard Herriot.

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    Rene Meyer, President du Conseil, France.

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    Meyer,Rene,French Prime minister.

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    Georges Bidault,French Foreign Minister

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    French Prime Minister (President du Conseil) Pierre Mendes-France during a quiet moment in the garden of the Hotel Matignon, residence of French Prime Ministers. Paris, 1954

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    French Prime Minister (President du Conseil) Pierre Mendes-France during a quiet moment in the garden of the Hotel Matignon, residence of French Prime Ministers. Paris, 1954

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    French Prime minister (President du Conseil) Pierre Mendes-France. Paris, 1954

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    Pierre Mendes-France,French Prime Minister (President du Conseil) during an intermission of a meeting with collaborators outside Paris,1954.

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    Pierre Mendes-France, French Prime Minister (President du Conseil) taking a break from a meeting with collaborators outside Paris, 1954.

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    Pierre Mendes-France, French Prime Minister (President du Conseil) during a break of a meeting with collaborators outside Paris, 1954.

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    Consecration of priests in Notre Dame cathedral, Paris, 1954.

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    Consecration of priests in Notre Dame cathedral, Paris, 1954.

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    Unable to solve the Algerian crisis,the French govern- ment of Pierre Pflimlin resigned; on May 29th 1958 President Rene Coty asked General De Gaulle to form a new government.Consultations: The last foreign minister of the IVth Republic, Rene Pleven, leaves the Hotel Matignon.

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