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See Theme-based collection Ina MEDIAPRO / Theme History - MAJOR EVENTS - MAY 68 (1)

1968, a year of protest worldwide

This collection offers an overview of protests all over the world in 1968, country by country. It shows the various origins and points of convergence in eastern and western countries as well as in the developing countries.

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9-11, THE ATTACKS OF 11 SEPTEMBER 2001

This collection covers the terrorist attacks now known as 9-11 and their consequences. On Tuesday, September 11, 2001 two commercial aircraft were hijacked and driven into the Twin Towers of New York's World Trade Center. A third plane crashed into the Pentagon and a fourth in Pennsylvania.

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CALENDAR

Anniversaries, events, calendar - this collection features a selection of events and multimedia content classified by year, month and date.

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CHILE : COUP D'ETAT SEPTEMBER 11, 1973

The coup d'état on September 11, 1973 in Chile, organised by General Augusto Pinochet, put an end to the Socialist government of Salvador Allende. The collection focuses on the causes and consequences.

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EVENTS OF THE 20TH CENTURY

This theme-based collection covers the major scientific and technological events in the 20th century, but also those that affected social and political life and the arts. The collection in no way claims to be comprehensive and is added to regularly. The origins of the rights involved are all clearly indicated.

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FOUNDING OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL

A collection on Zionism, the first kibbutzes, the declaration of independence made by David Ben Gourion on May 14, 1948 and the gradual development of the country until 1967.

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LARZAC 1971-1981

In 1971, the French govenrment decided to increase the area taken up by the military camp on the Larzac plateau in central France. Over 100 farmers threatened with expulsion used non-violent tactics to fight the expropriations. Their struggle lasted ten years until the project was withdrawn when François Mitterrand was elected President.

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MAY 68

This collection contains all the customary footage on May 68 in Paris - student demonstrations, clashes with police, barricades at night and huge processions - but also, and more surprising, footage from the French regions: occupied factories, debates in university amphitheatres, city and rural workers demonstrating side by side.

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