Author: Diane de Vignemont

Nearly 200 years after his death, Napoleon remains an ever-present source of fascination and controversy. Ridley Scott’s biopic, starring American actor Joaquin Phoenix in […]
She learned her scales between Paris, New York City, and Vermont, composed more than 250 pieces played by the world’s greatest orchestras, and spent […]
80 Years of France-Amérique
Where could you have once danced to accordion music, met fellow French comrades-in-arms, and even bumped into Marlene Dietrich, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Jean Gabin? […]
80 Years of France-Amérique
In 1942, the American sculptor signed up for the Marine Corps, only to see his application rejected. Instead, he participated in World War II […]
Eighty years after Pierre Laval created the Milice Française, a plaque in Manhattan commemorating the man behind the Vél’ d’Hiv Roundup and France’s collaboration […]

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