Definition of de Gaulle, Charles in English:

de Gaulle, Charles

Line breaks: Charles de Gaulle
Pronunciation: /də ˈɡəʊl
 
, də ɡol/
( 1890–1970), French general and statesman, head of government 1944-6, President 1959–69; full name Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle. A wartime organizer of the Free French movement, he is remembered particularly for his assertive foreign policy and for quelling the student uprisings and strikes of May 1968.

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