François Gaultier Dolls 1860-1899 French. In 1882 Francois eldest son Eugene joined him and the company name became Gaultier & Fils Aine by 1885 son Emile-Jules replaced his father and the name was changed to Gaultier Freres.
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French In India book. François Gautier was born in Paris
French In India book. François Gautier was born in Paris. In the early eighties, he began freelancing in India for different publications and finally ended-up being the correspondent in South Asia, for the Geneva-based Journal de Geneve . In 1993, he switched to Le Figaro, one of France’s leading newspapers for which he worked exclusively for eight years. He was also a regular columnist for Indian newspapers, initia François Gautier was born in Paris.
A prominent Hindutva activist, he makes allegations of a 'Hindu Holocaust' in medieval times and advocates Indigenous Aryan theories. He is also the founder of a private museum which seeks to portray Indian history in a nationalist manner. Gautier has been documented to have propagated fake news over multiple occasions.
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A closed mouth french bebe, her bisque head is without damage, including hairlines. She has a French wood & composition body which retains the original finish. Strung nice, so she can easily pose. Typical age related wear to joints, but overall in great condition. She does have a tiny chip on the right ear piercing area. Inside rim has some chipping as well, but I believe this was factory. She wears a gorgeous antique white eyelet and lace dress with sillk red ribbon trim. Lots of detail on this dress with tucks, lace and eyelet, all accented with the red ribbon.
François Gautier was political correspondent in South Asia for 10 years for Le Figaro, France’s largest daily. Francois practices basketball, jogging, cycling, tennis & badminton. François has written several books on India: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, a Guru of Joy (Hay House 2009), A History of India as it Happened (Har Anand, New Delhi, 2013), Apprendre à Souffler (Hachette Marabout, 2016).
François Gautier (born 1950) is a French political writer and journalist based in India, since 1971. Gautier is the founder of the Foundation for Advancement of Cultural Ties (FACT), an NGO dedicated to Indian history. He is also the founder of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Museum of Indian History in Pune which is a private museum that houses exhibits on.