World War II. Camille Chautemps (second from the left, 1885-1971), French politician, making a speech about the birth anniversary of George Washington (1732-1799), first President of the United States, during a banquet organized at the American Club by the American people living in Paris. His speech also mentioned the efforts from France and the United States in order to keep on defending the civilization and progress of humanity. On his right : Ronald Campbell (1883-1953), British ambassador in France, and Georges Bonnet (1889-1973), French Minister for Justice. Paris (XVIth arrondissement), on February 22, 1940. Photograph from the collections of the French newspaper "Excelsior". © Excelsior - L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet
World War II. Camille Chautemps (second from the left, 1885-1971), French politician, making a speech about the birth anniversary of George Washington (1732-1799), first President of the United States, during a banquet organized at the American Club by the American people living in Paris. His speech also mentioned the efforts from France and the United States in order to keep on defending the civilization and progress of humanity. On his right : Ronald Campbell (1883-1953), British ambassador in France, and Georges Bonnet (1889-1973), French Minister for Justice. Paris (XVIth arrondissement), on February 22, 1940. Photograph from the collections of the French newspaper "Excelsior". © Excelsior - L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet

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