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With the birthrate stalled in the late Third Republic, people from a variety of political backgrounds had criticized what they saw as a loss of virility in France Buisson, , Jeune femme annamite achevant sa toilette. France, 19thth century. Simone Kaminker, later known as Simone Signoret, made a similar observation in the small Breton town of Saint-Gildas where she and her mother had taken refuge. Cabaret dancers, drawing by Dalsani. Recent scholars of tourism culture, including Rachid Amirou, Nelson N.
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The exhibitions will travel afterwards to Montreal and Sydney. A week after their arrival, she added: " I no longer can go out on the sidewalk without seeing the Germans pass. PixPerPage 4 8 12 16 20 40 80 Get the item you ordered or your money back. Naples, Italy - Old vintage erotic postcard. Media in category "Postcards of nude women" The following 22 files are in this category, out of 22 total. Marc Chesnel and Josette Mesplier-Pinet have addressed linkages between war and tourism in France but again the literature focuses more on memory tourism to wartime sites than tourism during a war Chesnel, and Mesplier-Pinet,
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