What laws governed children working in France in 1850-1900?
there where no laws for specific cases of child labor until hte ilo intervene in France in 1999
The part of France that was temporarily unoccupied. Vichy France - When France surrendered, it agreed to occupation by the Germans. The Germans allowed part of France to be under their control but still governed by the Frence people. Their seat of government was located at Vichy France, thus the name.
The question/statement 'Ca marche dans la France' means It's working out in France [or How is it working out in France?]. In the word-by-word translation, the demonstrative pronoun 'ca' means 'that'. The verb 'marche' means '[he/she/it] does work out, is working out, works out'. The preposition 'dans' means 'in'. And the definite article 'la' means 'the'.
If you have been to St Martin is it technically France The tour guide said it was governed and owned by France french side?
France didn't split into two governments in WW2. The Nothern and coastal regions were occupied by the Nazis, and controlled by the German government. The part of France that was not occupied by the Germans (but did collaborate with them), called Vichy France (Vichy being the seat of the government), was governed by Petain.