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  • 75th anniversary of the liberation of Bruyères

    Mid-October was celebrated the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Bruyères by the 100/442nd Regimental Combat team (RCT), American infantry unit, in the presence of Ed Case, Congressman, and Kirk Caldwell, Honolulu Mayor, and Guillaume Maman, Honorary Consul of France in Hawaii, who travelled to Bruyères for this occasion.

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  • Malakoff’s French Heritage Day

    Come celebrate California’s French heritage and step back in time at Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park! Friends of North Bloomfield & Malakoff Diggins, California State Parks, French Consulate in San Francisco, and EFSAC (French education in the Sacramento area) invite you to come to a special day of French-themed family fun to commemorate the French heritage of the park.

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  • En Alaska, on parle aussi français à l’école maintenant!

    On Sept. 19, the Consul General of France in San Francisco, Emmanuel Lebrun-Damiens, attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the first French/English Dual Language Immersion program at O’Malley Elementary School in Anchorage, Alaska...

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  • Malakoff Diggins: a French town in California

    For the European Heritage Days, the Consulate General of France in San Francisco partnered with Friends of North Bloomfield and Malakoff Diggins to celebrate the French history of this place...

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  • A look back at the July 14th festivities in San Francisco

    As every year, the traditional flag-raising ceremony at San Francisco City Hall kicked off the July 14 festivities. Mayor of San Francisco, London Breed, accompanied by the Chief of Protocol of the State of California and the City and County of San Francisco Charlotte Shultz...

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  • The French Legion of Honour Awarded to 3 U.S. World War II Veterans

    On Thursday, July 11, French Consul General in San Francisco Emmanuel Lebrun Damiens had the privilege to confer three American veterans with France’s highest honour - Knight in the National Order of the Legion of Honor - in recognition of their courageous and heroic acts in France during World War II.

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