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  • Some of them are bound to go to far, as underneath every Rousseaunian, human nature-denying leftist lies an Evariste Gamelin: a violent idealist who just cannot wait to exact revenge on his enemies.

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  • There's some freaky iconography in those books of Gamelin.

    Jacques Gamelin (1738-1803)

  • "Liberty" by Glyn Maxwell is a play in verse that tells the story of Gamelin, a young magistrate whose ideals are tested while working for Robespierre after the French Revolution.

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  • Gamelin,” the poet makes the Reeve charge his companion with not very creditable behaviour towards his customers.

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  • He spent a week as guest of the French General Staff, and at the end boasted to Gamelin (apropos of ordering new equipment), "As for me, I get all I ask for."


  • On the one hand, the incompetence of Bazaine, Nivelle, Gamelin, Weygand; on the other, the astonishing, almost Pascalian insight and intelligence of certain rigid military figures, such as Lyautey, Galliéni, Leclerc and De Gaulle.

    French Army

  • We kept hoping that General Weygand, who had succeeded General Gamelin, would be able to stand on the Somme and on the Aisne, and if these failed, on the Loire.

    Close to the War

  • But Gamelin, the perfect guest, put all the officers at their ease.

    War With the Blinds Down

  • Gort has placed the British Expeditionary Force exactly where Gamelin wants it.

    War With the Blinds Down

  • A month ago in France they were telling me of a surprise visit Gamelin had made to a British Battalion headquarters up front.

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    down with,death to used as a part of a slogan in India an interjection

    May 22, 2009