Charles de Gaulle on the differences between Great Britain and continental Europe

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Charles de Gaulle on the differences between Great Britain and continental Europe

Charles de Gaulle on the differences between Great Britain and continental Europe

Charles de Gaulle wondered about England’s entry into the common market. It highlights the character "island, maritime, and linked by its exchanges, its markets, its supply to the most diverse and often the most distant countries". He adds that "the nature, the structure and the economic situation which are peculiar to England differ profoundly from those of the continental countries."

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File : Brexit

Publication date : 14 January 1963

Reference:
I18331535
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Producteur: Radiodiffusion Télévision Française   -   Participant : Gaulle, Charles De
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Reference:I18331535

Credits:Participant : Gaulle, Charles De

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