A resident of the small French village of Charmoy discovered mysterious messages written in English on the walls of his house. After years of research, he discovered that the messages were written by US soldiers 100 years ago during World War I.
French Interior Minister Gérard Collomb has said that a third of terrorists have “psychological issues”. But some psychiatrists are quick to point out that there is no clear link between mental illness and terrorism.
On August 19, 1942, more than 6,000 men landed in Normandy as Allied forces launched a raid on the French port of Dieppe. But the poorly prepared operation would fail, with deadly consequences. FRANCE 24 looks back at the Dieppe Raid, 75 years on.
“If I ever come back” tells the tragic story of Louise Pikovsky, a French schoolgirl who was deported and died at Auschwitz. Using long-forgotten letters Louise wrote to her teacher, a FRANCE 24 reporter spent months researching the life of the “French…