1967 in France


1967 in France

"See also:"
1966 in France,
other events of 1967,
1968 in France.

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Events from the year 1967 in France.

Events

*5 March - Legislative Election held.
*12 March - Legislative Election held.
*19 March - A referendum in French Somaliland favors the connection to France.
*29 March - The first French nuclear submarine, "Le Redoutable", is launched.
*6 April - Georges Pompidou begins to form the next French government.
*24 July - During an official state visit to Canada, President Charles de Gaulle declares to a crowd of over 100,000 in Montreal: "Vive le Québec libre!" (Long live free Quebec!).
*29 July - Georges Bidault moves to Belgium where he receives political asylum.
*24 September - Cantonales Elections held.
*1 October - Cantonales Elections held.
*27 October - Charles De Gaulle vetoes British entry into the European Economic Community again.
*17 November - Author Regis Debray is sentenced to 30 years imprisonment in Bolivia.
*11 December - The Concorde aircraft is unveiled in Toulouse.

Arts and Literature

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*29 June - Tour de France begins.
*23 July - Tour de France ends, won by Roger Pingeon.

Births

January to March

*25 January - David Ginola, soccer player.
*24 February - Jean-Charles Gicquel, high jumper.
*2 March - Thierry Lacroix, rugby union player.
*6 March - Hervé Piccirillo, soccer referee.
*7 March - Jean-Pierre Barda, pop star and actor.
*17 March - Nathalie Marquay, beauty queen.
*24 March - Philippe d'Encausse, pole vaulter.
*24 March - Thierry Jarnet, jockey.
*28 March - Christophe Brunet, judoka.
*29 March - Nathalie Cardone, actress and singer.

April to June

*3 April - Mathieu Kassovitz, director, screenwriter, producer and actor.
*10 April - Bernard Pascual, soccer player.
*19 April - Philippe Saint-André, rugby union player.
*22 April - Valéry Grancher, Internet-based artist, performer, theorist, curator and lecturer.
*24 April - Lionel Pérez, soccer player.
*1 May - Nicolas Jean-Prost, ski jumper.
*11 May - Patricia Chauvet, alpine skier.
*22 May - Christophe Gagliano, judoka.
*31 May - Sandrine Bonnaire, actress.
*1 June - Olivier Delaître, tennis player.
*21 June - Pierre Omidyar, entrepreneur and philanthropist/economist.
*26 June - Benoît Hamon, politician and MEP

July to September

*1 July - Jean-Claude Colotti, cyclist.
*8 July - Stéphane Belmondo, jazz trumpeter and flugelhornist.
*14 July - Valérie Pécresse, politician.
*16 July - Christophe Rocancourt, impostor and con artist.
*10 August - Jean-Guy Wallemme, soccer player, manager.
*15 August - Frédéric Nihous, politician.
*31 August - Stéphane Haccoun, boxer.
*2 September - Fabrice Divert, soccer player.
*3 September - Hubert Fournier, soccer player.
*13 September - Franck Monnet, singer-songwriter.
*19 September - Philippe Raschke, soccer player.
*26 September - Éric Roy, soccer player.

October to December

*7 October - Fabrice Moreau, soccer player.
*13 October - Jean-Luc Dogon, soccer player.
*15 November - François Ozon, film director and screenwriter.
*23 November - Christophe Cocard, soccer player.
*5 December - Luc Jacquet, film director.
*10 December - Daniel Dutuel, soccer player.
*23 December - Carla Bruni, songwriter, singer and former model, third wife of French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

Full date unknown

*Stéphane Allagnon, film director and screenwriter.
*Stéphane Bertrand, bassist and composer.
*Fabien Cousteau, aquatic filmmaker and oceanographic explorer.
*Hervé Cuillandre, novelist and photographer.
*Olivier Dahan, film director and screenwriter.
*Isabelle Dinoire, first person to undergo a partial face transplant.
*Benoît Lecomte, long distance swimmer.
*Frédéric Lepied, computer engineer.
*Quentin Meillassoux, philosopher.
*Sandrine Veysset, film director.

Deaths

January to June

*26 January - Eugène Le Moult, naturalist and entomologist (b.1882).
*27 January - Alphonse Juin, Marshal of France (b.1888).
*19 April - Julien Peridier, electrical engineer and astronomer (b.1882).
*21 April - André-Louis Danjon, astronomer (b.1890).
*26 April - Jean Alexandre Barré, neurologist (b.1880).
*26 June - Françoise Dorléac, actress (b.1942).

July to December

*28 July - Paul Rassinier, pacifist, political activist and author (b.1906).
*1 August - Jacques Suzanne, painter, artist and explorer (b.1880).
*12 August - Antoine Gilles Menier, businessman and municipal politician (b.1904).
*27 August - Henri-Georges Adam, engraver and sculptor (b.1904).
*11 September - Georges Saillard, actor (b.1877).
*18 September - Marcel Rey-Golliet, boxer (b.1893).
*20 September - Henri Mulet, organist and composer (b.1878).
*9 October - André Maurois, author and man of letters (b.1885).
*14 October - Marcel Aymé, novelist and children's writer (b.1902).
*30 October - Julien Duvivier, film director (b.1896).
*6 November - Jean Dufay, astronomer (b.1896).

Full date unknown

*Pierre Albert-Birot, author (b.1876).
*Stéphane Boudin, interior designer (b.1888).
*André Giriat, rower and Olympic medallist (b.1905).
*Octave Denis Victor Guillonnet, painter (b.1872).
*Marguerite Huré, stained glass artist (b.1895).
*Marcelle Lalou, Tibetologist (b.1890).
*Paule Maurice, composer (b.1910).
*Théodore Eugène César Ruyssen, historian of philosophy and pacifist (b.1868).
*Georges Sadoul, journalist and cinema writer (b.1904).

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