Memories of October 70 (2010)". McClellan and Stewart, 1971.
Memories of October 70 (2010)". Jenish, D'Arcy, The Making of the October Crisis, Canada's Long Nightmare of Terrorism at the Hands of the FLQ. Doubleday Canada, 2018. Retrieved 2018-09-18. Weston, Lorne (1989). The flq: the life and times of a terrorist organization". Retrieved 2 April 2018. Origins of Terrorism.
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October Crisis - 1970 On October 5, 1970, British trade commissioner James Cross was kidnapped in his Westmount . In his office, Trudeau ministers Gerard Pelletier and Jean Marchand were weeping openly at the death of an old friend and colleague.
October Crisis - 1970 On October 5, 1970, British trade commissioner James Cross was kidnapped in his Westmount home by members of the terrorist group Front de liberation du Quebec (FLQ). The FLQ Manifesto called for non-democratic separation to be brought about by acts of terror. From 1963 to 1967, the FLQ planted 35 bombs; from 1968 to 1970 they planted over 50 bombs. Early in December 1970, police discovered the location of the kidnappers holding James Cross.
Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Gérard Pelletier, e. Against the Current: Selected Writings, 1939-1996 (1996).
The most dramatic event of Trudeau's first government was the October Crisis of 1970, which was precipitated by the kidnapping of British diplomat James Cross and Québec Cabinet minister Pierre Laporte by the terrorist Front de Libération du Québec (FLQ). In 1993, Trudeau published his book Memoirs, based on a five-part miniseries by the CBC, and in 1996 he published Against the Current, a collection of his writings from 1939 to 1996. Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Gérard Pelletier, e. Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Ron Graham, e. The Essential Trudeau (1999).
Book by Pelletier, Gerard). Gerard PELLETIER, Canadian journalist and politician. PELLETIER, Gerard was born on June 21, 1919 in Vietoriaville, PQ. Book by Pelletier, Gerard. 69758/?tag prabook0b-20. Years of choice, 1960-1968. FREE shipping on qualifying offers. 04509/?tag prabook0b-20. Son of Achille Pelletier and Leda Dufresne.
Although most of this book deals with the years between 1968 and 1984, Trudeau also talks about his life today. He brings you up to date on his travels with his sons ("the boys") and also deals with his opinions - at variance with those of Henry Kissinger - on trends in the modern world. A fascinating view from a major world statesman. He stood up to the domestic terrorism of the FLQ - and he makes no apologies here for his tough response to the October Crisis in 1970 - just as he stood up to the provincial premiers (including Rene Levesque) who he believed were blocking Canada's attempt to gain its own constitution ten years later.
Submitted by Matthew Ehre. n June 15, 2019 the strange fact was made public by Canada’s National Post that the entire 40 year CSIS dossier compiled on Canada’s most famous Prime Minister. n June 15, 2019 the strange fact was made public by Canada’s National Post that the entire 40 year CSIS dossier compiled on Canada’s most famous Prime Minister, Pierre Elliot Trudeau was destroyed by Canada’s spy agency in 1989.
His book is a fitting tribute to those who lost their lives, and an important contribution to the work of understanding the complexities . As a Frenchman, the author was very objective concerning the French involvement in the crisis. One person found this helpful.
His book is a fitting tribute to those who lost their lives, and an important contribution to the work of understanding the complexities of modern conflict.