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Charles de Gaulle, the irascible giant whose personality is forever associated with the politics of his era, established himself as the head of the French government-in-exile, operating first from London and then from Algiers. The scenario was radically altered on June 6, 1944, when the largest armada in history successfully established a bulkhead on the beaches of Normandy. Paris rose in rebellion even before the Allied armies arrived, and on August 26, 1944, Charles de Gaulle entered the capital as head of the government.
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Identifiable styles include the neoclassical First Empire, with its strong lines often accented with a simple curve—the rage during Napoleon’s reign; and Second Empire, which occurred during Napoleon III’s reign, a reinterpretation of classicism in an ornate mood. During this period, Paris became a city of wide boulevards courtesy of Baron Georges-Eugène Haussmann (1809–91), commissioned by Napoleon III in 1852 to redesign the city. Haussmann lined the boulevards with simple six-story apartment blocks, such as elongated 18thcentury town houses with continuous balconies wrapping around the third and sixth floors and mansard roofs with dormer windows.