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Les huguenots: the firts refugees

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The plight of refugees is a crisis of our era, but these were the first immigrants to be called refugees…

📌 Saturday 28th September 2019 ⏰ 3pm-4pm 🌍 Alliance Française Cambridge – 60 Hills Road, CB2 1LA 💷 FREE – No booking required! Arrive early!

A Talk by Christopher Johnson

Christopher Johnson studied French & German at Cambridge in the mid-1970s and, after a brief spell as a language teacher, worked for over 30 years in banking & investment, including 22 years with a French bank. Separately, he lived in France for 8 years, where he was a voluntary mentor to small businesses and is still a Councillor in a town which was once a Huguenot stronghold and scene of a summit meeting between Queen Catherine de’ Medici and the future King Henri IV.

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