The Treaty of Verdun (843 AD) marks a key date in France's history, because one division of the treaty represents the approximate area of France as we know it today. However, according to Wikipedia in its formation definition, "... the traditional date is in 496 upon the baptism of Clovis I."
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France is a state or nation, according to historians, since 843 at the parting of the empire of Charles the Great.
Gabon became independent from France in 1960
France is a country. It is not a state within another nation, but a nation in itself.
France is a nation unto itself. It belongs to the European Union, financially.
Nation, they are the oldest ever nation in the world.
Tunisia became a narion after it took independence from France on March, 20, 1956.
Louis 14 fought a lots of war. The European nation thought that the France was powerful nation and they joined france.
the contry in between Spain and France is a tiny nation called andorra.
That nation is Andorra.
No. The oldest nation in Europe is San Marino. However, France was discovered first.
France as a nation is opposed to whaling.
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Typically, France is considered a nation as opposed to a nation-state since it was not formed by acts of nationalism. Rather it existed as an empire for centuries and is the surviving remnant of that empire.
yes Madagascar has an alliance with the nation of France
No, it is not.
Yes, France was the first nation to build its economy based on capitalism.
The nation of Spain is a nation whose name begins with an S and is south of France.
Switzerland is not located in France. It is a separate nation outside of France.
No France is a independent country. It belongs to the European Community which a supranational body composed by 27 European nation. So, France is a nation, not a region.