Today the annual ceremony in memory of Charles de Gaulle's call to arms on June 18th 1940.

    On that occasion two students of our school read texts in front of a large audience: veterans,  military officials, the lord mayor, members of an organisation for the remembrance of the Resistance Movement and many anonymous people who think this movement played a role that should be remembered. 

    Eléa and Nathan were asked to read as they were the departmental winners of the National Competition on the Resistance and Deportation.

    Let's congratulate them here because they spoke with seriousness, gravity and eloquence and took part in the competition with great commitment.

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