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    France (officially know as the French Republic) is a country in the West of Europe and a member of the European Union. It is the neighbour of Spain, Andorra, Monaco, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and Belgium. It has access to the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea and to the Channel.



    As a male, France is often seen wearing cliché French clothes such as a striped jersey, red scarf, and beret. (A beret is the weird [usually black] floppy hat, with a little puff on the top) But you'll never see a French person wearing these three things at the same time. Also, the beret that most French people wear is not the one you usually see on France, but instead a slightly different one, the Basque beret. France is the strongest of the SPQR countries, they are short-legged and their height is the same as that of Spain.
    As a woman, they're often shown wearing a black coat with a matching wide-brimmed hat. Their issues were also represented with a military suit of commanders of the First French Empire. They are almost always seen wearing a black dress and a paracel.

    Their body can be all white, but also sometimes the left arm can be blue and the right one red; due to the flags' stripes.


    France is often shown as a very sensible and romantic person. They also rebelled more because of the protest march as one of the "gilet jaune" the French Revolution and May 68. They are tired that everyone associates them with the white flag because of World War II while they won many other battles. This cliché is not very old, it dates back to when they refused to support the United States in the Iraq war, which annoyed the United States who began making fun of France for surrendering during World War II; they even changed the name of French fries to freedom fries (even if French fries aren't from France, but in Belgium).

    They are often sad but hide it and are rarely satisfied with what they got.

    They are often seen complaining, but it's because of their strong ability to want equality everywhere due to wanting to better themselves because the guilt of past experiences (the French revolution) but they are also very proud of themselves. France often takes a break to go on strike when something displeases them, but since many things annoy France, things don't really move for them.

    They are pretty proud of their knowledge and are always ready to talk about their culture. Some are saying they are egocentric, while France says "It's not our fault if we have such a beautiful land, culture, and cuisine."

    France is attached to their "Sécurité Sociale" (social security) (most of the medical cost are paid by it), free public schools and five weeks of paid leave, but at the same time, it costs a lot of money (that's why the public debts reach 100% of the GDP).


    • Cooking
    • Art
    • Football
    • Exploring

    France is into football, like Spain, and is very proud of their two victories in 1998 and 2018, tennis, pentaquin and bicycling (Tour de France). France loves cooking and food, especially baguettes (bread in general), cheese and wine which they're really proud of. But they are tired of everyone giving them credit for the invention of French fries (Belgian) and croissant (ustrian). They have really good food like the quiche Lorraine, the Boeuf Bourguignon, and the crêpe! [1][2]

    Some say France loves smoking cigarettes, although they're trying to give it up as they want to make a good impression and become healthier.

    France has a weird obsession for frogs and snails (they eat so many snails now it's a protected species). They also dearly love their Gallic Rooster, an unofficial national symbol of France as a nation.

    They are also interested in art!

    Flag meaning

    Color, meaning HEX RGB
    Blue and Red are the traditional colours of Paris. Blue is identified with Saint Martin #0055A4 0, 85, 164
    White had long featured prominently on French flags and is described as the "ancient French colour" by Lafayette #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
    Red with Saint Deni #EF4135 239, 65, 53

    The blue and the red are the colors of Paris, the white the color of nobility. They surround the white to show the power of the people on the aristocratic. This flag was adopted in 1794 and inspired by the three colored cockades. It is called "Le Drapeau Tricolore", literally traduced by "The three-colored flag".

    Origin of languages

    French is a Romance language of the Indo-European family. It descended from the Vulgar Latin of the Roman Empire, as did all Romance languages. French evolved from Gallo-Romance, the Latin spoken in Gaul, and more specifically in Northern Gaul.

    Others symbols

    France has many other important symbols like their anthem "La Marseillaise", which talks about killing enemies (sometimes they wonder if it not a little too violent). This song was written in 1792 by Rouget de Lisle, not for the French Revolution but for war declared by the king on the Austrian Empire. It was originally a song for the soldiers and called "Chant de Guerre pour l'armée du Rhin" ("war song for the Rhine Army"). This song was picked up during the Republican soldiers during the insurrection of the Tuilerie in august 1792 coming from Marseille, that is why it is now called "La Marseillaise". It became so popular that it was chosen to be the national anthem in 1795.

    The Gallic rooster (initially used by the Gallic as you can guess), because they wanted their majestic bird and everyone was already using the eagle. The rooster is the king of the barn, it yells very loudly to show how wonderful and proud they are (not such a surprise France chose them).

    Marianne, the allegory of the French Republic, a woman wearing a Phrygian cap with a tricolor cockade. It's not them in the painting "La liberté Guidant le people" but Liberty's allegory!

    The motto "Liberty, Equality, Brotherhood" which resumes France's values (even if they are far from reaching it).

    France celebrates their national day on July 14th, but does the data relating to the storming of the Bastille of the Festival of the Federation? France themselves doesn't know.


    • The most popular of them is "L'Hexagone" ("The Hexagon") because of the geography of the country, the borders fit in a hexagon (it doesn't work if you include the overseas territory).
    • And the other nicknames is Franks


    France comes from the Latin "Francia", which means "land of the Franks".

    Origin of languages

    When Gaul was conquered by the Romans in the 2nd and 1st centuries BC, the Gaulish language (which was a Celtic language) came under attack-hence the true meaning of a Romance language as “to speak in Roman fashion.”




    Celtic Gaul


    Roman Gaul


    Kingdom of France


    First Republic



    First French Empire


    July Monarchy


    Second Republic



    Second French Empire


    Third Republic

    The Third Republic started after the defeat of the French army under Napoleon III which was beaten by Prussia the 2 September 1870 in the battle of Sedan. Under the Third Republic was implemented the obligatory, free and secular school until 12 years old (mostly to teach the love of motherland and the desire of revenge on Prussia). It re-establish the Masculin universal suffrage who existed already in the Second Republic but disappeared under the Second Empire, the right to join a union and the freedom of the press.

    Dreyfus affair

    In 1894 the captain Dreyfus is accused of selling military information to the German Empire, but they were innocent, the fact is that we accuse them because they were a Jew and there was huge antisemitism maintain since centuries. Dreyfus was downgraded and imprisoned, and the debate between the ones who were supporting the innocence of the man, names the "Dreyfusard", and the ones who were accusing him, named the "Anti-Dreyfusard", divided the whole country. The true traitor was founded, it was the major Ferdinand Walsin Esterhazy, and judged in 1897 but the army didn't want to lose face so the real culprit was declared innocent.

    In 1998 the author Emile Zola wrote an open letter published in the journal "L'Aurore" named "J'accuse...!" which rekindled the discussion. Dreyfus finally received the presidential pardon and was reintegrated in the army as a major in 1906. This event which marked the Third Republic resulted in the law of secularism which separates the Church from the state and the freedom of religion.

    First World War

    There was tension in Europe, every country knew the war was not that far to happens. The 28 June, in 1914, the murder of the Austro-Hungarian heir Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo by a Serbian student cause the war: the Empire of Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. The Shifting of alliances engages many countries in the war, on France's side (at the beginning): United Kingdom, Serbia, Russia, on France's enemy side: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, and the Ottoman Empire.

    Germany arrived in France by passing through Belgium but get stopped during the battle of the Marne in September 1914, after that Belgium declared war on Germany. Trench warfare started in 1915, the same year Italy change to join France and its allies.

    During February 1916 Germany start a massive offensive at Verdun which cost a lot to French and British on the front. To try to relieve Verdun the Triple Entente start the 1rst July starts the "Bataille de la Somme" which is deadlier than Verdun (700 000 deaths on both sides) without any side being able to win territory. Verdun will be a victory for the Triple Entente while the other won't have a winner.

    In 1917, Russia left the war because of the communist revolution. Lenine got the power and removed the country from the war with the Treaty of Brest Litovsk. The same year, the United States joined France and United Kingdom side, under the excuse that Germans asking a submarine full of citizens, while the real reason was France and United Kingdom owned a lot of money to the USA and so the country was afraid of never seeing its money back if they lose.

    The interwar period


    Second World War

    France and UK warned Third Reich that if they invades Poland, they would enter the war. Third Reich had ignored the warning and stepped into Poland on the first of September of the year 1939. The Allies decided first to drill the frontier but then decided to stay behind the Maginot Line, because of the fear of a warlike WW1, counting on Belgium to resist. They waited for 8 months, from September 1939 to May 1939, it's the "phony war". But with the USSR giving supplies to Third Reich, the Allies blocks became inefficient and Third Reich passed by Belgium and then arrived in the North of France. Allies were cornered at Dunkerque and many soldiers were saved by the operation dynamo. France was defeated in five weeks, it the debacle. France changed its government (Paul Reynaud was replaced by the Marshall Petain) and signed the Armistice. Being no longer in the fight with the Allies.

    Vichy France


    Provisional Government of the French Republic

    After the liberation, the country is at the edge of a civil war. During this period French try to punish in their own ways, there were around 20 000 women were shaved and humiliated by the peer for having relation with the enemy and around 10,000 people were executed without judgment. To avoid more death the government organized many courts of justice and the "Résistancialisme" saying that only the government and a few French collaborated with Nazis, all the rest of France was part of the Resistance. Every document concerning Vichy was classified defense so no Historian could prove the contrary. (still on work)

    Fourth Republic


    First Indochina War

    The First Indochina War (also known as the French Indochina War), which lasted from December 19, 1946, to August 1, 1954, was a major conflict in the Asian region known as Indochina, which consisted of modern nations in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, the war was fought by France ( the long-time colonial ruler of Indochina), and the Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Lao Communist rebel forces. The First Indochina War ended with a French defeat after a French army surrendered to the Vietnamese rebels in the Battle of Dien Bien Phu in 1954.

    France began their conquest of Indochina in 1859, and by 1885, they controlled most of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. The Vietnamese resistance to French rule continued and stopped in the decades between the French invasion and the beginning of WWII, in 1940, Japan invaded Indochina and defeated the French, a Vietnamese resistance movement fought the Japanese occupation, and after Japan's defeat in 1945, the Vietnamese resistance was hoping for independence from the returning French.

    After Japan surrendered in the autumn of 1945, British forces occupied southern Vietnam, while Chinese national forces disarmed the Japanese in northern Vietnam. After the French forces returned to control Indochina, they quickly clashed with the Vietnamese resistance forces, and the conflict grew to include all Indochina French, the war eventually reached its climax in 1954 with the Battle of Dien Bien Phu, in which the communists defeated the Vietnamese army and forced the surrender of nearly 12,000 French soldiers, this defeat led the French to negotiations that resulted in a peace treaty that led to the independence of Cambodia and Laos and the eventual division of Vietnam into two independent states, usually referred to as South Vietnam and North Vietnam.

    Algerian War of Independence

    WARNING: This section talks about a sensitive topic!

    Algeria wanted their independence since France was treating the natives as inferiors to the Europeans but France didn't want to let them have their independence because it was mainly a settlement colony and it had a lot of resources to take. In 1945 the riots of Setif for independence were repressed by the French government.

    On November, 1st 1954, started the Algerian war of independence which was at this moment a part of the colonial Empire, marked by the 30 attacks of the "Red All Saints days". They sent their army to fight Algerian National Liberation Front who's was using guerrilla warfare since the fight was imbalanced. At first, France refused to recognize it as a war because they know what the other countries and especially the UN would think about this colonial war.

    In 1955 France insured emergency situation in Algeria which gave more right of the police, but the situation got worse in 1957 with the battle of Alger because the soldiers got all the rights to get information (as torture).

    French forces (which increased to 500,000 troops) managed to regain control but only through brutal measures. The ferocity of the fighting sapped the political will of the French to continue the conflict.

    Fifth Republic


    After the Algerian War of Independence

    The fifth Republic succeeded in the Fourth Republic on October 4th, 1958. It reinforced the power of the president (this change was encouraged by Charles de Gaulles) and established the direct universal suffrage for the president. The Algerian War was one of the causes since it created a crisis that the Fourth Republic couldn't handle anymore. In 1959 Charles de Gaulle declared that the Algerians had the right to determine their own future, despite terrorist acts by French Algerians opposed to independence and an attempted coup in France by elements of the French army. An agreement was signed in 1962, France lost their colony and Algeria became independent.

    Lobster War

    From 1960, France had lost almost all of its colonies on the Africa and, consequently, lost maritime areas where it explored and dominated fishing. This put the French with stock of lobsters in check. In 1961, some groups of French fishermen who were operating very profitably off the coast of Mauritania decided to extend their search to the other side of the Atlantic Ocean. They settled on a spot off the coast of Brazil at which lobsters are found on submerged ledges at depths of 250–650 feet (76–198 m). However, since local fishermen complained that large boats were coming from France to catch lobster off the state of Pernambuco, Brazilian Admiral Arnoldo Toscano ordered two corvettes to sail to the area of the French fishing boats. Seeing that the fishermen's claim was justifiable, the captain of the Brazilian vessel then demanded for the French boats to recede to deeper water and to leave the continental shelf to smaller Brazilian vessels. The situation became very tense once the French rejected that demand and radioed a message asking for the French government to send a destroyer to accompany the lobster boats, which prompted the Brazilian government to put its many ships on a state of alert. On the same day, the Brazilian navy considered the French approach an act of hostility: “France's attitude is unacceptable and our government will not back down." At the time, Brazil then gave France 48 hours to withdraw all French boats, but as they refused to leave the area, the Brazilian Navy seized the French ship Cassiopée off the Brazilian coast. Later, both nations were considering whether to go to war over the lobsters.

    To resolve this conflict, a diplomatic dispute was opened. Brazil claimed that lobsters were in the country's exclusive economic zone, while France relied on the Geneva Convention, which established guidelines for high-seas fishing, even though none of the two countries had signed such a convention. During the negotiations to establish a form of modus vivendi on the crustacean, France argued that the lobster moved from one side to the other by jumping and, therefore, should be considered a fish and not a resource on the continental shelf.

    In a cynical manner, the Brazilian representative argued that this was a bad argument because:

    ❝ “By analogy, if a lobster is a fish because it moves by jumping, then the kangaroo is a bird.❞

    Brazil's about France's argument

    The Conflict ended with diplomatic talks and the interference of the United States and the UN sought to end the imminent conflict. An agreement was then made between the two countries, allowing the exploitation of lobster by French ships, in limited quantity and time, sharing the profits. Another consequence was the expansion of Brazil's territorial waters, in order to avoid other conflicts of this nature. Finally, the conflict of interests was resolved in the field of diplomacy.

    Organizations and Affiliations 




    France is a democratic republic that has the particularity to have some aspect from the parliamentary system and presidential system at the same time.

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    File:1612px-France Flag Map.svg.png
    France is the third biggest country in Europe, it's the total area is amount 643 801 km² (including overseas territory). This country has been centralized during the XII century so the power is concentrated in the capital, Paris. The country is divided into regions, which are divided into departments. Regions (mainland France only):
    • Hauts-de-France
    • Grand Est
    • Ile-de-France
    • Normandy
    • Brittany
    • Pays de la Loire
    • Centre Val de Loire
    • Bourgogne-Franche-Comté
    • Nouvelle-Aquitaine
    • Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
    • Occitanie
    • Provence-Alpes-Côtes d'Azur
    • Corse

    Oversea territories

    France is not only composed of the Hexagone, but it also has many overseas regions (which as different degrees of autonomy from France) such as Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Réunion, Mayotte. These are like the other regions but can benefit from special laws.

    There are also overseas collectivities (they have a semi-autonomous status) such as French Polynesia (it has a great degree of autonomy since it has its own president), Wallis and Futuna, Saint Martin, Saint Barthélemy and Saint Pierre and Miquelon.




    This may hold controversial or used for their historical relations (Specially European countries towards current Western countries due former European colonies).
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    Former Friends


    Former Enemies

    • Iroquois Confederacy - Ha! How you get killed by my Niblings was great! I HATE you since i first meet you! And one more things, the Residential Schools that my Childs put some of your peoples in was okay.

    Past Versions


    United Kingdom

    The love story started when they were colonizing many countries, this resulted in them marrying and having a child, Canada. However, they broke up later, when Canada was young and the UK has to raise their child alone, France seems to have a strong relationship with the United Kingdom because of what they went through together (alliance during the first and the second World Wars). It can be stormy when it's about Jersey and Guernsey, and they often argue about it.


    ❝ I never thought I could get on with Germany, but I learned to know them, they can be really nice when they get work out of their head.❞

    France's thoughts about Germany

    When Germany was the Holy Roman Empire and France was the Kingdom of France, they had a child (Switzerland). However, when both countries became Prussia and the French Empires, both were confronted and highly listed. When Prussia became the German Empire, both tried to reestablish their relations through the "Peace through strength". In addition, it was in the Belle Époque where a romance began to be born between the two, despite political problems, and even tried to comfort each other numerous times, which, the United Kingdom disliked. In fact, they had another child (Belgium). Unfortunately, at the beginning of WWI, France and Germany returned to distrust each other because of foreign support. Germany is France's friend and they care a lot for each other, tho they were close enough to have a child, the European Union who is charged to keep peace and cohesion in Europe.


    ❝ For the moment I tolerate this little Rosbeef, but i don't think we will ever completely drop our little rivalry.❞

    France's thoughts about England

    Do not confuse the United Kingdom with England. England and France have always hated each other and won't miss an occasion to make fun of each other. France nicknames England "Rosbeef" referred by the color of their army and the joke that there is no sun in England so when English people try to tan they get a sunburn instead. While England calls France "Froggies" referred to the fact France likes to eat frog's legs. But even with these difficulties and their past (the Hundred Year War's), they have tried to improve their relationships.


    ❝ My close friend, we've shared a very long history and such a strong old friendship, i love your whiskey and landscapes!❞

    France's thoughts about Scotland

    Their friendship date back to the 13th century, mainly because of the fact they both hated England, with the Auld Alliance: if one of them was attacked by England, the other had to help them. Apart from that, they helped each other during numerous battles. France loves Scotland's whiskey and landscapes.


    France is fascinated by Japan thanks to the manga and anime which were massively imported in the '80s and '90s and still very popular. This fascination is on both side, Japan keeps a very romantic and sophisticated image of France.[3][4]. France is still at ease with the manji, which has a good meaning in Japan, but reminds dark times to most of the countries of Europe.

    South Korea

    Maintain traditional friendly and cooperative relations in various fields including politics, economy, society, and culture. In the late Joseon Dynasty, the Joseon government suppressed Catholics, including French missionaries, and it became a diplomatic issue, and under the pretext of this, the French army and the Korean army clashed (Byeongin Yangyo). The issue of returning stolen cultural assets remains unsolved. During the Korean War, they sent troops to South Korea as a member of the UN forces.


    France and Belgium love making fun of each other, there is a debate between them about how to say 70, 80, and 90 (French is one the official language of Belgium, not the only one). But despite this, they still like each other. France and Belgium treat each other well. Since they are family. But France has their moments, and sometimes gets upset at Belgium for no reason. And yes, if you've heard the dumb jokes about fries, Belgium and France debate about who made them.

    United States

    France and Spain helped the United States to win the war of Independence and gave them Lady Liberty to celebrate their victory. The United States was a precious help during the first and second World Wars, with the Allies they freed France from the German occupation.

    The two countries used to have good relations until France used their veto power against the decision of United States to declare war to Iraq in 2003 which surprised, not in a good sense, so they after that started anti-French propaganda (we can date the beginning of the surrender cliché to this period). The two countries still cooperating, but there is always tension between them.


    Canada is France's child, and France loves them very dearly. The two of them have a lot of parent-child outings, all the while speaking French of course, but the language developed in different ways for them which sometimes brought confusion and misunderstanding, but they also found each other's accent very funny. France is somewhat over-protective of Canada since they deeply regret how they abandoned Canada, even if it was a long time ago (France gave up Nouvelle-France [aka Canada] to Britain, little by little).

    European Union

    EU is France's child, and France cares about they deeply and expects they'll be able to keep peace in Europe.


    They're their sibling, but it's very complicated between them for a long time for many reasons (not only historical, but actual disagreement between the two governments). They always have been rivals in terms of art in every form (painting, food, etc.).

    Considering Italy is more a of a parent than a sibling, France usually sees Italy as their parent-figure, like the other European Latin countries, due to the strong influence of the Roman Empire.


    ❝ They can't hide their delicious raclette from me, ha ha! But they're too cute so i won't harm them anyway❞

    France's thoughts about Switzerland

    France is absolutely crazy about Switzerland's raclette and chocolate, Switzerland can't eat one of these without hearing France coming, they share their love of skiing. France cares a lot about them and really protective of them, even if they know that Switzerland is far from inoffensive.


    ❝ My sibling! We had a very turbulent relationship in the past, but now we're good and they're a great person to chat with about fashion!❞

    France's thoughts about Spain

    Spain is France's sibling, they like Spain's music. They often talk about how the USA can be unbearable when they started making jokes about them, but they still love them anyway because they're still a little child to them. In the past, they had a turbulent relationship, but that has been put aside by them for a long time. In addition, Spain feels very grateful for the French cultural influence that their sibling gave them. Both countries have supported each other to overcome internal problems. France and Spain have shared a historic enmity with the United Kingdom and also share a deep grudge against England and its nearby dependent territories (Jersey, Guernsey and Gibraltar). In addition to supporting Celtic nations against England (Scotland and Ireland). The two enjoyed bullying Italy in the past when they were young. Sometimes, they're excited to see Spain so happy. The bilateral relations between Spain and France are excellent. Its main content is given by the area related to the European Union, in which the two countries share common positions on many issues and in which framework there are frequent contacts between the authorities of both. France and Spain often discuss their hobbies. For example, Spain likes Warner Bros. and Nintendo while France likes Disney and SEGA. Basically, Spain and France are represented as twin siblings with different tastes. Both countries are responsible for the defense and care of Andorra.


    France helps Malaysia to be fully developed. Two of Malaysia's submarines built in Spain and France shipyard. France even gives grants and scholarships to Malaysian students if they want to study there. Both of their relationships mainly towards security and defense.


    ❝ They're a really close friend, throughout history we've held many agreements and treaties, i believe our relationship will remain as successful as it is!❞

    France's thoughts about Luxembourg

    France considers Luxembourg a good and close friend, the relationship between them has seen several conventions and treaties, they're now pursuing constructive dialogues on major European issues, whether with respect to the fight against climate disruption, the resources provided to the EU or the reform of the Schengen Area, along with their supporting for the strengthening of bilateral and cross-border cooperation with them in order to promote the balanced development of their regions. [5][6]


    Even if their relationships didn't start well (they fought in 1839 and 1940), they are now getting well. France really loves to travel to Thailand's territory (but sometimes it make Thailand a little tired).

    Mexico and Haiti

    ❝ Oui oui oui, i know that the only thing you think about is in the European conquest, even though you haven't lived it, and in drugs as a good African country that you are. But then don't complain if we begin to discriminate against you nowadays.❞

    France's thoughts about Mexico, Haiti and Latin America in general


    The relationship between these two is perhaps the strangest that France has with any other Latin American country. The two countries have a partnership relationship and at the same time, a certain degree of enmity and dislike for each other. Their enmity can be traced back to the Lobster war which resulted in a new source of stress for France and a new target for Brazil's jokes. The two countries often cooperate in the search for a sustainable future, however there always seems to be a certain tension in the decisions they both make. France seems to see Brazil as someone with great potential but who awakens it and is often not careless about the environment, especially when talking about the Amazon forest. Brazil, on the other hand, often seems to see France as a thorn in its side and does not have much respect for its independence. In the end, despite not being able to stand each other, they are often forced to cooperate with each other.


    ❝ I hate Algeria. I tried my best to show them that I had really changed, but nobody listened. What's wrong with them?! 58 years have passed since i left their lands, but they're still recalling our black past, what happened in the past is over, they must know that war has never been a good thing, what happens in those wars is always terrible, I hope they'll understand that and stop thinking i went back to look at them as a colony. But, honestly, it has been a long time since it mattered whether or not we had relations with them.❞

    France's thoughts about Algeria

    This relationship is really weird and complicated, it's not healthy or good at all, they try to avoid meeting each other, but this often happens. France tries to show their Adopted Childs that they have changed and is no longer interested in colonialism as they was before, but Algeria seems to be unconvinced. Many won't be surprised if they see them quarreling over the "Black" past that happened between them because this often happens, sometimes because of their Adoptedchild's claim that their Adoptedparent stole lots of them valuable property -such as the skulls of the martyrs- from their lands during the war between them -Algeria says that the most of the properties in the French museums are actually owned by them, they're still debating about that-. France can't deny that they really was an awful Adoptedparent to them, but at the same time they claim they can't apologize for everything they had done to them, or else they'll have to return many of their valuable properties of Algerian origin and many other things that will cost them immense wealth. Currently, there are doubts from the Algeria that France returned to look at them as a French colony, that's due to their constant interference in their internal and external issues, but France denied all these doubts and accusations, later, lots of evidence emerged proved that this suspicion is true, they also denied them and stated that they were forged and news media tricks to set them up. There's no reliable news about this matter, as the rumors made the matter worse, that suspicion persists so far. At first, the relations witnessed a slight development after France gave back all the skulls of the martyrs to Algeria, soon it experienced a sudden degeneration after French President Macron declared that France would abstain from apologizing for their crimes and that the two countries should focus on the future and strengthen the current relations between them instead, along with their insult to Islam and Muslims, which led to Algeria's boycott of French products, as well as other Muslim and/or Arab countries.

    Western Sahara

    ❝ I'm not an obstacle to peace in their case, they just don't want to understand my purpose. I believe they're not independent of Morocco, even thought i don't like them, i find their decision logically if we take a closer look at the history between them, Western Sahara is part of Morocco, they must accept this fact and stop acting like children.❞

    France's thoughts about Western Sahara

    France believes that the decisions of Morocco and their attitudes towards Western Sahara makes sense and in their place, that annoyed Western Sahara and made them take a bad idea about them, they find their reaction more like a "childish actions"', so they tried to make them understand their point of view, believing they're right, Western Sahara didn't want to behave like an adult, according to France's statement, currently, their relationship isn't good at all, they no longer talk to each other.





    Overseas regions

    Overseas Teritories


    • Gothic art originated in France in the 12th century and then spread throughout Western Europe.
    • In 2018, France was visited by 93 million people, which is why it became the leader in the number of foreign tourists.
    • The first perfumes appeared in France in the 17th century.
    • In 1829, the Frenchman Louis Braille developed a raised dot font for the blind. In addition, being a talented musician, Braille, based on the same principles, developed musical notation for the blind to teach them music. It was thanks to this man that blind children were able to receive a full education.
    These are not factual, and more about what the Countryhumans community think.
    • France is depicted in a lot of drawings with the stereotypical baguette, wine, and croissant.
    • France is often shown to resolve any conflict by striking (if it's inside of the country) or by surrendering (if it's external aggression).
    • France is the most visited country in the world, before Spain.
    • Similar to the case of Portugal and Spain, French fans don't consider Latin Africa as "family" of France. This is also due, if viewed from the real political perspective, to which France is a European country and is "the West". Therefore, relations with the rest of the European countries, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United States will always be more important than with any Latin African country. Latin African countries tend to be more linked to "the Middle East".
      • France is sometimes blamed for being the country responsible for slavery in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This is a serious mistake since it was Belgium that colonized that African area (what was the "Belgian Congo").


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